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NZ media set protocols for court coverage of man accused of...

We shall, within the principle of open justice, limit any coverage of statements, that actively champion white supremacist or terrorist ideology, says the agreement.

New Zealand to bowl against Bangladesh as rain clears

With the first two days washed out, and a deep green wicket, both sides are playing four-seamers at the expense of a spinner.

Ruthless New Zealand look to win Test ‘whatever way possible’

The wicket is green and tailor-made for the early seamers, with New Zealand promising to continue with their short-ball tactic when it flattens out.

Ferrer in form but underdog Statham stuns Chung in Auckland

David "The Spaniard" Ferrer, former world number three is making a few appearances at his favourite ATP tournaments in 2019 starting with Auckland.

Sri Lanka fightback after shaky start in New Zealand

The veteran batsmen came together with Sri Lanka reeling on nine for three after a devastating opening spell from Black Caps' paceman Tim Southee at Wellington's Basin Reserve.

Sri Lanka rebuild after Southee’s triple strike

Southee claimed three wickets in his first two overs as the Black Caps' decision to bowl on a green Basin Reserve wicket after winning the toss paid immediate dividends.

Magnitude 6.1 quake rocks New Zealand

About 15,600 people felt the shaking, which most described as moderate or light.

All Blacks coach defends “overused” haka

The world champions perform the traditional Maori challenge before every Test match but former New Zealand prop Kees Meeuws said the foot-stomping, chest-thumping ritual had become too familiar.

‘Nice to be back’: NZ Prime Minister Ardern returns to capital...

The 38-year-old premier's pregnancy was seen by many as a symbol of progress for women in leadership roles as she became only the second elected leader to give birth in office.

Wellington power fault blacks out New Zealand’s parliament

Utility provider Wellington Electricity said on its website the outage had cut electricity to around 12,500 customers in the north of the city and it was working to fix the problem.

Cyclone wreaks havoc in Tonga’s capital, parliament flattened, homes wrecked

Kenna estimated around 40 percent of houses in the capital had suffered some damage, many with roofs blown off.

‘World’s loneliest bird’ Nigel dies in New Zealand

Nigel may have died just as the fake colony was having its desired effect, with Bell reporting that three gannets began visiting Mana in late December.

West Indies morale high at start of New Zealand series

The West Indies cricket team are seeking their first victory in New Zealand against the hosts since 1995.

Wisma Putra confirms 10 Malaysians affected by NZ blaze

Malaysian High Commission in Wellington says it is monitoring the condition of the victims and will render consular assistance accordingly.

Malaysian voted mayor in New Zealand town

Former journalist K Gurunathan beats five other candidates, including incumbent, says report.