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WHAT’S ON is the homepage for New Zealanders. At just one website you can catch up on the latest news, sport, business and weather information. Even watch some of the latest stories and interviews on video. Check out the constantly updated feature sections on home and garden trends, entertainment, technology and jobs. The TV sections can provide you with the latest information about your favourite TV programme or to find out what’s on TV this week.

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ONE Sport is New Zealand’s biggest sports website. It has the most comprehensive, up to date sports news, including rugby, cricket, netball, golf, motorsport, racing, tennis, rugby league, soccer and world sport. You can see the latest news, videos, results, statistics and live scoring. All produced by New Zealand’s leading online sports team. Check out your favourite sports on video streaming – visit

ONE Business
The ONE Business site is a pioneer in business video streaming. It has all the latest business news including market reports, commentary and brokerage – visit

For the complete weather picture, including forecasts, video, satellite pictures and featuring TV ONE’s Jim Hickey – visit

Home and Garden
The latest in home and garden trends, including landscaping, interior design, renovation and building news is available on the home and garden site – visit

Looking for a job? SEEK is New Zealand’s leading Internet employment site, offering a full range of career management tools, plus new jobs updated daily for New Zealand and Australia – visit

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