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The Sunday News

The Sunday News leads with the All Blacks victory over South Africa, also on the front page is a report that former Auckland coach, Graham Henry, now with Wales is New Zealand's latest sporting millionaire. Matthew Ridge of Warriors rugby league team says his fellow team mates hate him.

Inside:

ENGLISH: A web site proclaiming Bill English for PM has nothing to do with him says his office.

POLE HOTEL - Scientists have started work on a $180 million 'resort hotel' at the South Pole, aimed at researchers, but anyone can stay in the Spartan accommodation if they have the money.

VIDEO REFEREE - The Springboks believe there should be video refereeing after two crucial decisions they believe were mistakes cost them the game.

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