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    Formula One world champion Max Verstappen has taken pole position for a third straight year at the Japanese Grand Prix, with Sergio Perez qualifying second to ensure a Red Bull front-row lockout

    Formula One world champion Max Verstappen has taken pole position for a third straight year at the Japanese Grand Prix, with Sergio Perez qualifying second to ensure a Red Bull front-row lockout


    McLaren's Lando Norris will start this afternoon's race in third place.

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     Other Motorsports News
     23 May: Indycar driver Scott McLaughlin admits the pressure to perform has compounded since becoming the second-ever Kiwi to clinch pole position ahead of Monday's Indy500
     21 May: The speed of Scott McLaughlin's transition to Indycars has surprised his father
     20 May: Supercar drivers Ryan Wood and Matthew Payne have finished eighth and ninth respectively in the second Perth SuperSprint race of the weekend
     19 May: Andre Heimgartner has qualified the best of the Kiwis in eighth for tonight's race ten of the Supercars Championship in Perth
     19 May: Kiwi driver Scott McLaughlin's qualified second fastest for tomorrow's fast 12 phase of qualifying at the Indianapolis Grand Prix
     19 May: Yet another milestone for reigning Formula One world champ Max Verstappen
     18 May: New Zealand rookie Ryan Wood has claimed a career-best...qualifying second on the grid for tonight's Supercars Perth Supersprint
     Top Stories

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    Crusaders skipper Codie Taylor is standing by his coach, but believes the hot-mic comments made towards a reporter were "unfortunate" More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    A city in South Korea is offering small apartments for $11 a month. Why isn't Australia doing the same? More...



     Today's News

    Rugby:
    Crusaders skipper Codie Taylor is standing by his coach, but believes the hot-mic comments made towards a reporter were "unfortunate" 13:47

    Law and Order:
    A 13-year-old's appeared in court in Dunedin charged with murder - over the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old yesterday 13:47

    Basketball:
    The coach-less New Zealand Breakers will begin their next Australian basketball league campaign in Perth 13:47

    Entertainment:
    Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce will reportedly reunite to watch this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix 13:36

    Rugby:
    Former Wallabies captain Michael Hooper's Olympics hopes are teetering after he was left out of the Australian men's sevens squad for the series finale in Madrid next weekend 13:27

    Tennis:
    BBC slammed for hiring Nick Kyrgios as Wimbledon commentator 13:07

    Law and Order:
    Auckland Police have arrested a pair - accusing them of removing license plates from a New Lynn car yard this morning 13:07

    Entertainment:
    Sean 'Diddy' Combs' music has been dumped by Peloton 13:06

    Rugby League:
    Teenage darts star Luke Littler admits he was motivated by his World Championship final loss in January, as he bounced back to win the Premier League title 12:57

    Entertainment:
    Jennifer Garner has posted a series of images showing her weeping at her daughter's graduation 12:36


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