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  •   Home > News > National

    Confidence the Wellington Phoenix can hit the ground running when the A-League season resumes

    Confidence the Wellington Phoenix can hit the ground running when the A-League season resumes


    The competition restarts next Thursday with the Phoenix playing the first of 6 games in 24 days next Friday against Sydney FC.

    Utility Callan Elliot says everyone stayed in shape during their time apart ...

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     Other National News
     10 Aug: A Whangarei man who allegedly forced his way through a fence into a Covid-19 managed facility -- had a face-to-face conversation with a returning Kiwi
     10 Aug: A teenager is due in court today after a mass brawl in Wellington overnight Friday, where a person was stabbed and nine arrested
     10 Aug: Stars shooter Maia Wilson's relieved with her side's 46-45 win over the Magic in netball's ANZ Premiership after going into the final quarter three goals down in Hamilton
     10 Aug: Max Verstappen wins Formula One's Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone, Lewis Hamilton second
     10 Aug: A teenager is due in court following a violent fight on Wellington's party strip
     09 Aug: The Mainland Tactix have the edge in an entertaining ANZ Premiership match against the Northern Mystics in Auckland
     09 Aug: A teenager who was celebrating his girlfriend's birthday at a party in Kawhia, near Hamilton, is in hospital after a vehicle hit him and then allegedly drove off without stopping
     Top Stories

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    A mix of views after the Super Rugby Aotearoa incident which saw Crusaders prop Oli Jager spend a night in hospital More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    It might not be all bad for the South - when the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter closes More...



     Today's News

    Business:
    It might not be all bad for the South - when the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter closes 8:16

    Health & Safety:
    A mix of views after the Super Rugby Aotearoa incident which saw Crusaders prop Oli Jager spend a night in hospital 8:06

    Cricket:
    Ben Stokes will miss England's last two cricket tests against Pakistan for family reasons 7:56

    Law and Order:
    A Whangarei man who allegedly forced his way through a fence into a Covid-19 managed facility -- had a face-to-face conversation with a returning Kiwi 7:46

    Law and Order:
    A teenager is due in court today after a mass brawl in Wellington overnight Friday, where a person was stabbed and nine arrested 7:36

    Health & Safety:
    There's something in the water - and a new study points to intensive farming as the source of it 7:26

    Rugby League:
    The NRL will consider heavier sanctions for players and officials who breach the bubble, with Australian Rugby League chairman Peter V'landys warning they are putting all Queensland teams at risk 7:16

    Netball:
    Stars shooter Maia Wilson's relieved with her side's 46-45 win over the Magic in netball's ANZ Premiership after going into the final quarter three goals down in Hamilton 7:07

    Hamilton:
    Max Verstappen wins Formula One's Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone, Lewis Hamilton second 7:07

    Law and Order:
    A teenager is due in court following a violent fight on Wellington's party strip 7:06


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