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Japan head coach Jamie Joseph claimed that seeing Typhoon Hagibis destroy parts of the country inspired his team to battle harder for a quarter-final place at the Rugby World Cup.
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The boss of Sky TV has ruled out giving away any more Sky shares to secure other sports rights after sealing the Sanzaar rugby deal with a 5 percent shareholding in the pay TV network for NZ Rugby.
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There is more bad news for Labour and the Prime Minister, with the latest political poll.
The One News Colmar Brunton poll has National significantly ahead of Labour, and able to govern with just… Read more Video, Audio
The All Blacks will take on Ireland in this weekend's Rugby World Cup quarter-finals after Japan beat Scotland last night to qualify top of pool A and set up a showdown with South Africa.
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News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Sky Television has secured crucial rugby broadcast rights, in a move likely to shore up its sports war-chest after hemorrhaging cricket and the Rugby World Cup to rival Spark.
Sky will keep the… Read more Video, Audio
Student halls of residence will be bound by a mandatory code of practice following the death of a 19-year-old whose body lay undiscovered for weeks in his room at a Christchurch student hostel.
Two long-term contraceptives which currently cost hundreds of dollars will now be fully funded by the government - a change being described as 'life-changing' for some women.
Pharmac has announced it… Read more Video, Audio
Cabinet Minister Shane Jones has stumbled into a new faux pas - with photos emerging of him on holiday using a semi-automatic gun banned in New Zealand in the wake of the mosque attacks.
The New… Read more Video, Audio
Raetihi locals are worried their small central North Island settlement will turn into a ghost town if the lifeline State Highway 4 isn't fixed quickly.
The road has been shut off for most of the… Read more Video, Audio
Dunedin students say the flat party culture, has grown in response to Otago University acting as the fun police and clamping down on student pubs and bars.
But a leading preventive medicine… Read more Video, Audio
A man who acted as a lookout during a violent dairy robbery in Auckland has been sentenced to 14 years in jail.
Ngatama Kaienua never entered the dairy, but kept watch, as a teenager stabbed two shop… Read more Video, Audio
The premature anointing of Christopher Luxon as a National Party candidate could yet prove problematic for the party's leader Simon Bridges.
The former Air New Zealand boss has yet to get the formal… Read more Video, Audio
An Oncologist says New Zealand owes Southland man Blair Vining a debt of gratitude for the precious time he spent campaigning for a better health system.
Blair died on Friday morning. The father of… Read more Video, Audio
The government has proposed a raft of changes to building laws to make it easier for prefab homes to be produced on mass, in a bid to address the housing crisis.
The building and construction… Read more Video, Audio
The All Blacks will go 13 days without a Rugby World Cup match after World Rugby made the unprecedented decision to cancel their final pool game against Italy on Saturday as Japan braces for super… Read more Video, Audio
"I disappeared from Sonoda and nobody noticed," says RNZ In Depth journalist Max Towle in his piece on his experience at the Hall of Residence.
Canterbury University has launched an independent… Read more Video, Audio
Forestry Minister Shane Jones is considering reining in forestry conversions after a rural backlash.
He has also warned foreign-owned forestry companies - which make up nearly 75 percent of the… Read more Video, Audio
Spark has scored another point in the battle to become the home of New Zealand sport, by securing the rights to cricket played here.
Spark Sport has wrestled the rights to broadcast the Black Caps… Read more Video, Audio
As super typhoon Hagibis hits Japan, the upcoming All Blacks game against Italy has been cancelled.
On Thursday afternoon, World Rugby has made an unprecedented decision to cancel two Rugby World Cup… Read more Video, Audio
While there are many professional New Zealand rugby players and coaches plying their trade in Japan, there aren't many Kiwi teens like Warner Dearns doing it too. Read more Video, Audio
The Greater Wellington Regional Council is being urged to establish a blue belt to protect the region's entire coast.
The idea - similar to protections made by the city's green belt on land - is… Read more Video, Audio
The inner workings of a Mr Big undercover police operation have been laid bare to a jury in a High Court murder trial.
At the end of a three month undercover operation, David Lyttle admitted to… Read more Video, Audio