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Highlanders beat Crusaders in lively derby
17 March 2018
The Highlanders make it three wins from three with a high-octane 25-17 win over the Super Rugby defending champion Crusaders in Dunedin.
John Boyega misses "everything" about London
The 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' actor regularly jets out of his hometown of London for filming but he really misses the British capital when he's way...
Warriors still undefeated after NRL win
The Warriors have downed Gold Coast 20-8 in Saturday's NRL clash in Auckland but believe they still have plenty of on-field improvements to make....
Mandy Moore never wanted a "big" engagement ring
The 'This Is Us' star was thrilled when her fiancé Taylor Goldsmith got down on one knee last year but she was adamant she wanted an understated piece of jewellery...
Selena Gomez was "so scared she might die" when she had her kidney transplant
The 'Heart Wants What It Wants' hitmaker admitted to her friend Francia Raisa - who gave her kidney to the singer - that she was worried the operation wouldn't go to plan...
Jennifer Lopez was once asked by a director to take her top off
The 'On The Floor' hitmaker recalls how she was once asked by a filmmaker to remove her shirt and expose her breasts but she flatly refused...
Queen Elizabeth has given her official blessing for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry
The 91-year-old monarch issued a formal declaration for the May wedding between the flame-haired royal and the 'Suits' actress to go ahead at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle...
Hall wins Winter Paralympics gold for NZ
Adam Hall ends New Zealand's Winter Paralympics campaign on a high by snaring gold in the standing slalom event....
Olton Enterprise newspaper criticised for removing gay husband from mother's obituary
The editor of a local newspaper is labelled a "bigot" after removing a reference to a man's husband in his mother's obituary because it did not align with his religious values....
Australian killed at Cambodian gun range was tourist, not military as local 'cover-up' suggests
The Australians involved in a deadly explosion at a shooting range west of Phnon Penh were tourists and not part of an official military training operation as local authorities suggest, according to various sources....
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