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    A sense of unfinished business for All Blacks captain Sam Cane after his signature with New Zealand Rugby until 2025

    A sense of unfinished business for All Blacks captain Sam Cane after his signature with New Zealand Rugby until 2025


    The 29-year-old says being part of another successful World Cup squad was the key driver in his decision.



    Cane has a clause where he can take a sabbatical or play overseas for six months in 2024.

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    Business:
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    Health & Safety:
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    Law and Order:
    Police are remaining at a Christchurch property after the death of a 37-year-old woman in her Addington home on Saturday night 13:12

    Law and Order:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Law and Order:
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    Business:
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    Golf:
    Lydia Ko is reflecting on a solid but unspectacular start to her LPGA Tour season 10:42

    Law and Order:
    The US military has a problem with domestic violence. A culture of sexism and secrecy makes it harder to solve 10:22


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