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  •   Home > News > Environment

    The Hurricanes concede they'll still have multiple players absent for Super Rugby this weekend with Covid-19

    The Hurricanes concede they'll still have multiple players absent for Super Rugby this weekend with Covid-19


    The franchise is hoping their match against the Chiefs can be pushed back by a day until Sunday, to give them a better chance of fielding a team.

    After skipping last week's match against Moana Pasifika, assistant coach Chris Gibbes says some players will still be sidelined.



    Newstalk ZB understands the fixture has been moved to Sunday, switching with the Crusaders-Blues match to now be played on Saturday.

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     Today's News

    Cricket:
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    International:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Health & Safety:
    12 people are in hospital because of powdered fentanyl, which has been found for the first time in New Zealand 21:19

    International:
    Josh Green's incredible rise from Sydney's suburbs to the Dallas Mavericks shows no signs of slowing down 19:29

    Law and Order:
    Christchurch Police are promising a wide investigation after the shock murder of a woman walking home from work 18:59

    Rugby:
    The undefeated Black Ferns Ma won the women's Oceania rugby sevens title with a 26-5 win over Australia in Pukekohe 18:49

    Rugby League:
    Perth-based rugby league fans are set to get a rare taste of State of Origin tonight in game two 18:39

    Accident and Emergency:
    Police say the search for a swimmer missing at the South Island's Maruia falls will continue next week 18:09

    International:
    Disaster relief fund helps veterans access mental health support 17:59


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