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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    Athletics has become the first sport to introduce prize money at the Olympics - individual gold medallists at the Paris Games will pocket 84 thousand dollars

    Athletics has become the first sport to introduce prize money at the Olympics - individual gold medallists at the Paris Games will pocket 84 thousand dollars


    French police have tightened security around Paris Saint-Germain's stadium after the threat of attacks by Islamic State before the Champions League football quarter-final opening leg against Barcelona.



    South Sydney chief executive Blake Solly insists the NRL league club have not planned beyond coach Jason Demetriou, despite Australian test boss Mal Meninga being linked to take charge.

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     Today's News

    International:
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    Law and Order:
    Two men remain remain in a critical condition in hospital, after being found motionless in an Auckland pool 6:47

    Sailing:
    The New Zealand rowing team has clinched three medals from their first international regatta of the year at the latest World Cup in Switzerland 6:27

    Environment:
    Multiple fire crews put out a blaze at the back of a two-storey shop building in Auckland's Onehunga 21:56

    International:
    More than 670 people now feared dead following landslide in Papua New Guinea's highlands 21:36

    Environment:
    Emergency services are responding to a large fire at Onehunga in Auckland tonight 21:16

    Health & Safety:
    Second deadly fire in India kills six infants at children's hospital in Delhi 19:47

    Politics:
    Labour Party Leader Chris Hipkins says charter schools are the wrong way to address outlying students 18:57

    Tennis:
    The year's second tennis major - the French Open - gets underway tonight, with multiple major winners Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka squaring off in the first round 18:37

    Rugby:
    The Southern Steel are celebrating their second win of the ANZ Premiership netball season - leaping off the bottom of the ladder with a 47-43 win over the Mystics in Dunedin 18:27


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