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NZ needs to 'buckle in' after Brexit

Brexit: NZ's economy is in for a rough period with the UK's EU exit shock a body-blow to the global outlook, a leading economist says.

Parker likely to be Joshua's next opponent

Britain's Anthony Joshua has retained his IBF heavyweight boxing crown and could now put it on the line against New Zealand's Joseph Parker.

Hosking backlash seems set to fail

Mike Hosking's opinionated style has sparked a backlash but TVNZ and its sponsors don't seem bothered, writes Mediawatch. (AUDIO)

Ko hits the lead in Arkansas

The New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has stormed into a tie for the lead after the second round of the latest LPGA event in Arkansas.

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Challenges for Navy women, US officer says

Things have improved greatly for women in the Navy, but there are still challenges, including getting more women into leadership roles, a visiting top American sailor says.

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Scottish independence poll 'likely'

Brexit: A new Scottish independence referendum is 'highly likely' and a poll shows the number of people who back breaking from the UK has spiked.

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Brexit's impact on NZ will be limited - PM

Brexit - The immediate effects are likely to be limited but New Zealand will seek a new trade deal with the UK, Prime Minister John Key says. (AUDIO)

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16yo with cancer and family moving to new home

A 16-year-old cancer sufferer and her family who have been living at Te Puea Marae in Mangere have moved into a new house. (VIDEO)

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Fiji's new SODELPA leader gives fresh coup apology

The new leader of the opposition SODELPA party says he has given a special apology to the women of Fiji for his part in the 1987 coups.

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Markets in turmoil after 'leave' win

Brexit - Global financial markets are erratic, with the pound hitting a 31-year low in its biggest fall on record. (AUDIO)

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'That sense of hope is not there'

Insight - The full impact of the Canterbury quakes on children and teenagers is still emerging, and mental health experts say more support is needed. (AUDIO)

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All Black gamble pays off

The gamble made by All Blacks coach Steve Hansen paid handsome dividends as his side completed a series sweep over Wales.