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RUGBY: The All Blacks finished fourth in the World Cup, losing to South Africa this morning 22 – 18.

ELECTION: The first week of the campaign proper is nearly over with voters moving towards a centre-right. A Herald Digipoll put the left and right together with 57 seats.

RESCUE: Two Queenstown tourists were rescued today after their raft flipped and they floated 300 meters down the river.

SCHOOL: A School has been cleared of any wrongdoing after part of a class was trapped in the Waitakerai ranges by a flooded river.

ARREST: Two arrests have been made after the latest home invasion style attack.

FUNERAL: A funeral has been held for the Hastings security guard who was murdered last week.

CRASH: The EgyptAir 990 flight behaved like a roller-coaster before it crashed. The Black boxes have been recovered and radar suggests the plane may have broken up before hitting the sea.

AUSSIE VOTE: Polls show Aussies look set to reject a Republic in tomorrows historic referendum.


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