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Watch: New Brighton’s Burleigh legacy enters a new chapter

New Brighton’s Burleigh legacy entered a new chapter at the weekend. Scottish international Phil Burleigh returned to play for his boyhood club. When younger brother Matt came off the bench it marked the first time the two brothers had played together.

Cummings-Toone notches 100 games

New Brighton prop Nikos Cummings-Toone is looking at life after rugby.

Travel: A sense of calm prevails in Singapore

Known for its remarkable skyline and penchant for cleanliness, Singapore is so much more than a stopover city. Kate Preece reports,

From physio to super-sub on the NZ fistball team

Georgia Hollebon's various skills have given her a multi-faceted trip to Austria.

Hunt for phone scammer reaches dead end

An investigation into a con man who falsely said gangs would hurt victims' families if they did not pay up has come to a "screaming halt".

Councils calls for register to prevent legionnaires’

Local councils will lobby for annual testing of water cooling towers to prevent the spread of legionnaires' disease.

Board makes ‘rare move’ to stop liquor store opening

A community board has made a rare move in a bid to keep a controversial liquor store from opening in Philipstown.

Guide to your sporting weekend

All you need to know about senior club sport this weekend.

Watch: Experts back the push for East Lake’s inclusion into Red...

The East Lake Trust isn't taking rejection from Regenerate Christchurch lying down.

Identity of teen accused of killing Oliver Johnston remains secret

The identity of a teenager charged with murdering a 20-year-old man, whose body was found on a Canterbury lifestyle block after a two-day police hunt, will remain a secret for at least two more months.