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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Several All Blacks have been released to play in this weekend's opening round of the Bunnings NPC

    Several All Blacks have been released to play in this weekend's opening round of the Bunnings NPC


    Hoskins Sotutu for Counties-Manukau, Tupou Vaa'i at Taranaki and Wellington duo Asafo Aumua and TJ Perenara have been granted leave to represent their provinces this weekend.

    Midfielder Braydon Ennor will not play for Canterbury as he continues his recovery from appendicitis.

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    Cricket:
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    Business:
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    Rugby:
    Disappointment for the North Harbour Hibiscus 10:45

    Business:
    Southern Response will pay three-thousand Canterbury quake claimants a share of 300-million-dollars 10:25

    International:
    Where are the men when it comes to women's safety? Four weigh in on cultural change 10:15

    Entertainment:
    Jennifer Aniston found shooting the 'Friends' reunion "brutal" 9:38

    Accident and Emergency:
    Firefighters are damping down at a transport yard in Southland after a lunchroom fire 9:25

    Entertainment:
    Nicole Kidman is a skilled gambler 9:08

    Health & Safety:
    Ashley Bloomfield says elimination is still the best approach to dealing with the more infectious Delta strain of Covid-19 8:55

    Entertainment:
    NeNe Leakes has had "good days and bad days" as she grieves for her late husband 8:38


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