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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A potential first in New Zealand sport

    A potential first in New Zealand sport


    The Breakers have parted ways by mutual consent with guard Tai Webster, because he does not plan to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

    With vaccination needed to move around Australia for the start of the season across the Tasman, the club has agreed to release Webster.

    CEO Matt Walsh...

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     Today's News

    Soccer:
    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits they should never have let Atletico Madrid back into their Champions League football group tie in Spain 11:04

    Politics:
    The Education Minister says they don't plan to keep Auckland schools closed, for the rest of the year 11:04

    International:
    The Motonui epa were taken from New Zealand. It took decades of legal fighting to bring them home 11:04

    Rugby:
    Sam Whitelock will be the official tour captain for the All Blacks for their end of year tests 11:04

    Entertainment:
    Motley Crue star Vince Neil is recovering in hospital following a nasty fall off stage which left him with broken ribs 11:03

    Business:
    Consumers will be hurt if the Government doesn't act 10:44

    Entertainment:
    Adele is to appear in a TV special with Oprah Winfrey 10:33

    Rugby:
    South Africa have named two uncapped players in their 32-man squad for rugby tests against Wales, Scotland and England next month, but will be without first-five Morne Steyn 10:24

    Business:
    Christchurch might be free of Covid - but that's not stopping the financial fall out 10:14

    Business:
    The cost of beer is set to hit consumers in the back pocket 10:14


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