“MOTIVATION IS WHAT GOT YOU STARTED. HABIT IS WHAT KEEPS YOU GOING”
“THE SECRET TO SUCCESS IN THE GYM:  1. SHOW UP”
“DON’T ONLY TRAIN YOUR BODY.  TRAIN YOUR MIND NOT TO QUIT”
“THE ONLY BAD WORKOUT IS THE ONE THAT DIDN’T HAPPEN”
“REMEMBER WHY YOU STARTED”
“DON’T KEEP TELLING PEOPLE YOUR PLANS.  SHOW THEM YOUR RESULTS”
“IT’S A SLOW PROCESS, BUT QUITTING WON’T SPEED IT UP”
“USE THE 21/90 RULE  |  IT TAKES AT LEAST 21 DAYS TO BUILD A HABIT … AND AT LEAST 90 DAYS TO BUILD A LIFESTYLE”
“YOUR MIND WILL QUIT 100 TIMES BEFORE YOUR BODY EVER DOES”
“IF YOU’RE STRUGGLING … YOU’RE PROGRESSING”
“PROGRESS DEMANDS PATIENCE”
“LOOK IN THE MIRROR, THAT’S YOUR COMPETITION”
“IF YOU DON’T START TODAY, THEN WHAT MAKES YOU THINK YOU’LL START TOMORROW?”
STOP SAYING “TOMORROW”
“IF YOU AREN’T WILLING TO WORK FOR IT.  DON’T COMPLAIN ABOUT NOT HAVING IT”
“DON’T STOP WHEN YOU ARE TIRED … STOP WHEN YOU ARE DONE”
“YOU DON’T KNOW YOUR LIMITS UNTIL YOU PUSH YOURSELF PAST THEM”
“THEY WANNA SEE YOU DO WELL, BUT NEVER BETTER THAN THEM.  REMEMBER THAT”
“A 1 HOUR WORKOUT IS 4% OF YOUR DAY”
“NOTHING IS OVER UNTIL YOU STOP TRYING”
“YOU WILL NEVER ALWAYS BE MOTIVATED.  YOU HAVE TO LEARN TO BE DISCIPLINED”
“COMFORTABLE ISN’T GOING TO MAKE YOU BETTER”
“WHEN YOU LOSE ALL EXCUSES YOU WILL FIND RESULTS”
“THREE MONTHS FROM NOW, YOU WILL THANK YOURSELF”
“THE SECRET TO SUCCESS IN THE GYM: 1. SHOW UP”

Controversial Thames-Coromandel mayor Sandra Goudie to step down

Thames-Coromandel mayor Sandra Goudie, who refused to get the Covid-19 vaccine, is standing down at this year's local body election.

Casketeers pair's secret pain: 'We've never experienced grief like it'

For five years, Francis and Kaiora Tipene have been on our screens sharing their lives as funeral directors. Their hit show The Casketeers has not only captured the hearts of Kiwi viewers, but also taught ...

Budget 2022: 'Devastating' news that medicine needed for children with rare disorder won't be funded

Advocate recommends families move to Australia after missing out on funding for life-saving drugs to help their children with SMA, a rare genetic disorder.

Two dead after crashes at Kāpiti Coast and Hawke's Bay

A man has died and two people are injured following a single vehicle crash at Ōtaki on Kāpiti Coast.

Steven Joyce: A Govt spending inflationary spiral

OPINION: I think we all instinctively knew this Government and this Finance Minister were very big spenders. Rod Emmerson's cartoon on the front page of Thursday's pre-Budget Herald summed it up well ...

Diabetes and Me: Can I still eat carbohydrates?

What exactly are carbohydrates and why am I so scared of them, asks Megan Whelan in this week's Diabetes and Me. Turns out, they're not that scary after all.

Tauranga podiatrist deformed patients' feet, suspended from surgery, can continue practising

A podiatrist who operated on the feet of six patients, leaving them deformed and in chronic pain, is allowed to continue practising, but not as a podiatric surgeon.

Buying property with friends: Here's what you need to know

OPINION: Buying a house together is not like going out for dinner and splitting the bill. Significant transactions cost time, money and sometimes friendships.

What is monkeypox and where is it spreading?

European and American health authorities have identified a number of monkeypox cases in recent days, mostly in young men. It's a surprising outbreak of a disease that rarely appears outside Africa.Health officials around the world...

Russia-Ukraine war: Captive medic's bodycam shows first-hand horror of Mariupol

A celebrated Ukrainian medic recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no bigger than a thumbnail, smuggled out to the world in a tampon. Now she is in Russian hands, at a time when Mariupol has fallen .Yuliia Paievska is known...

Budget 2022: Health NZ to be country's biggest employer with 80,000 staff

Minister of Health Andrew Little has been explaining Budget spending to health leaders in Auckland this morning, outlining just how big the new Health NZ organisation will be.

Wellington mum 'trying to be Wonder Woman' injured son, repressed memory, sentenced to supervision

A busy stay-at-home mum who was trying to be "Wonder Woman" has admitted injuring her baby - but says she has no recollection of how she hurt him.Exactly what happened on the day the baby was injured in mid-May 2020 remains unclear...

Northland teen's aggravated robbery charge dropped as judge rules unlawful arrest

A 14-year-old has walked free from an armed robbery charge after a judge ruled police acted unlawfully by arresting him - and not in the "public interest" as they claimed. Police arrested the teen at his home last December, believing...

Norovirus cases in Hawke's Bay rise

Hawke's Bay has eight outbreaks of the highly infectious norovirus across the region.

White Fern Katey Martin wants to give back after final year impacted by concussion

Not wanting to risk another head knock played a part in White Fern Katey Martin's decision to retire before, not after, the Commonwealth Games.

'So much blood': Tornado sends debris and shattered glass into girl's bedroom

A shaken mother of three has recalled the horror of when the tornado which carved a path of destruction through Levin careered into her house - in the process leaving her eldest daughter bloodied and terrified.Numerous houses and...

Russia-Ukraine war: What might happen to Ukrainian prisoners of war?

Breaking its recent silence on prisoners of war, the Red Cross has said it registered "hundreds" of Ukrainian prisoners of war who left the giant Azovstal steel plant in the southern city of Mariupol after holding out in a weeks-long...

Australian teacher loses $550k to elaborate scam two months in the making

A family from NSW's Central Coast has been left reeling after scammers stole an eye-watering $550,000 (A$500,000) from them and then sent them death threats.Jody Bridges and her husband Corey have been working hard all their lives...

South Island ski fields primed and ready for season opening

The snow guns are primed and the forecast is promising with less than a month until South Island ski fields start opening.

Death of ex-All Black's mum ruled an accident

The coroner's report following the death of ex-All Black Andrew Hore's mother has been released, stating the 67-year-old died after falling from a farm vehicle. Suzanne Hore died on November 3, 2019 ...

What can you buy for under $875,000: The homes priced under First Home Buyer Grant

First-home buyers can now choose from nearly 1650 extra Auckland properties and still be eligible to receive a government cash contribution towards their deposit. That's according to property website ...

Rare prosecution: Ex-Auckland port CEO denies charges over worker's death

Former Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson has pleaded not guilty to two charges in relation to the death of a worker who was crushed under a container in 2020. The charges under the Health ...

Abortion doctor hits back at Republican lawmaker in tense exchange

A US abortion doctor turned the tables on a Republican lawmaker asking her about late-term abortions when she asked what he would do if his daughter was raped, in a tense exchange that highlights how polarised the US abortion rights...

Russia Ukraine war: 'Cancer-riddled' Putin surrounded by doctors, takes breaks for treatment, claims ex-British spy

Vladimir Putin is "cancer-riddled" and surrounded by doctors, and often takes breaks during meetings to undergo treatment, according to claims by a British ex-spy.Christopher Steele, who previously worked the Russia desk at MI6,...

The inheritance trap: What you'll be entitled to under new law

A new inheritance law, based on an extensive review by the Law Commission, could upset some adult Kiwis in the future. Jane Phare reports. Kiwis who have fallen out with a parent and are cut out of ...

Young and HIV-positive: Te Awa Mana's TikTok campaign and advocacy

Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air A young Waikato TikTok creator is using his popular platform to raise awareness of HIV infection as he comes to terms with his recent diagnosis.In a heartfelt TikTok video, Arapuni...

Weather: Wet start as clean-up begins in Levin following tornado

Tornado-damaged Levin is set for more wild weather today - 24 hours on from the surging winds which left a trail of destruction on Friday morning.A tornado ripped through the lower North Island town at 6.30am yesterday, downing...

'Do I scare them?': Skin lightening, racial justice and mayor Gurunathan

Outgoing mayor K Gurunathan on his life, and literally sacrificing skin tone for the chains.

Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick documentary: NZ on Air says global interest among reasons merits outweighed risks

New Zealand On Air has released funding proposal documents after controversy emerged about $200,000 going to a documentary on Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick.Producers hoped publicity around the movie be somehow controlled so media attention...

'Ask for help': Retiring business head Michael Barnett warns overwhelmed executives

Retiring Auckland Business Chamber CEO Michael Barnett takes High Tea with Jane Phare to reflect on 31 years at the helm, the highs and lows, the Covid-19 factor and why former National leader Simon Bridges ...

Two people die in Otaki, Meeanee crashes overnight

Two men have died on the roads in separate crashes overnight.The first crash was at Convent Road in Otaki, north of Wellington, about 1.15am when a car went off the road."Sadly, one person died at the scene and two other occupants...

Niall Williams scores 'emotional' double on comeback from neck injury for Black Ferns sevens

The sevens veteran scored twice after shedding a few tears before her comeback as both Kiwi teams finish day one unbeaten at the Toulouse Sevens.

Russia Ukraine war: Russian superyacht Amadea in Fiji - US in court battle

At Lautoka Harbour in the heart of Fiji's sugar cane region, five US federal agents boarded the Russian-owned Amadea, a luxurious superyacht the length of a football field."They want to take 20 crew and sail east!" the ship's captain...

Wining, dining and tramping behind rise in Wairarapa in hospitality revenues

In a remarkable rebound, spending in the wine-making region increased by a third last month from the same time before the pandemic.

Altar cross taken from central Auckland church in brazen theft

CCTV shows a person walking straight to the high altar of St Matthew-in-the-City Anglican church on Friday afternoon last week and walking off with the cross.

Mary Holm: Spread your money — but not that far

OPINION: Q: I recently sought some financial advice for an $800,000 investment from a fees-based adviser who did ask all the right questions. Her suggested portfolio covers all the asset classes ...

Monkeypox Australia: Victorian man in hospital with virus; another 'probable' case detected in NSW

A Victorian man is in hospital after being diagnosed with monkeypox, while another in NSW is also suspected of being infected with the virus.Victorian chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton said the man travelled from London, via...

Swashbuckling McCullum coaching all the way to the bank

OPINION: While we won't readily forgive McCullum should England tip over his compatriots, it's the way of the professional world.

Former US President George W Bush faces backlash over Iraq war gaffe

Former US President George W Bush is facing criticism after mistakenly describing the invasion of Iraq — which he led as commander in chief — as "brutal" and "wholly unjustified," before correcting himself to say he meant to refer...

What Budget 2022 means for Wellington: From social housing to transport woes

Wellington gained some wins in Budget 2022, but the city's big transport project is considered an ongoing risk - and the capital also missed out on money for new trains and access to a subsidy council tenants have long been lobbying...

'It was devastating': Witnesses tell of tragedy as toppled tree crushes woman

"Freakishly high winds" in Cambridge have been blamed for ripping a healthy oak tree from the ground and crushing an elderly woman – who tragically later died from her injuries. The woman was initially ...

Russia Ukraine war: NZ supports international call for war crimes accountability

New Zealand has joined international partners in calling for accountability for alleged Russian war crimes during its invasion of Ukraine. Ukraine has so far identified more than 10,000 possible war crimes committed by Russia.A...

Russia-Ukraine War: McDonald's leaving Russia - 'Living in Moscow is like travelling back to the Soviet era'

It was 1990, and the Soviet Union's penultimate summer. The only splashes of colour in the uniformly grey cityscape of Moscow were sun-bleached red flags that hung limply from facades, garish Soviet propaganda murals painted on the...

Kia Aroha College pupil dies while at school

A pupil at south Auckland's Kia Aroha College has died at school this morning and police say at this stage, the death is not suspicious.

Child abuse material found in home of man awaiting trial over alleged murder of 9yo girl

The man awaiting trial for the alleged murder of his partner's young daughter Charlise Mutten is facing new charges of firearm possession and child abuse material.Justin Stein was charged with the murder over the death of the 9-year-old...

Ex-spy's shocking claims about 'cancer-riddled' Putin

Vladimir Putin is "cancer-riddled" and surrounded by doctors, and often takes breaks during meetings to undergo treatment, according to claims by a British ex-spy. Christopher Steele, who previously ...

30 years on... The unveiling of a New Zealand sporting great

Thirty years ago Jeff Wilson was unveiled to the sporting world via a remarkable individual schoolboy rugby display on the outskirts of Invercargill. The rest is history.

Kāinga Ora tenant wins $5000 for landlord's inaction over nightmare neighbour

A state house tenant has been awarded $5000 after having to live next to a neighbour from hell who had rowdy parties, was abusive and urinated on the fence.The Auckland tenant took Kāinga Ora to the Tenancy Tribunal after lodging...

Singing from the same songsheet

One hundred years ago, Invercargill sought uplift from civic singalongs.

Claire Trevett: Will the Budget prove a bandaid for Labour's polling?

OPINION: As far as former Finance Minister Bill English was concerned, the only good Budget in a time of economic stress was a boring Budget. Barring those that drove people to online calculators ...

Your money questions answered: Is the Budget going to give me a chance to buy a house?

My boys are both in their early 20s and just climbing on to the bottom rung of the career/employment ladder. Wat do they get out of the Budget?

Back Issues: Feilding's mythic claim to the silver fern

To understand how the rugby club came to believe their club colours were black jerseys with silver ferns we need to look back to events of the time.

Northland teen cleared of aggravated robbery charge after judge rules unlawful arrest

Police arrested the teen at his home last December, believing he was part of a group of four - one of them allegedly armed with a gun - who robbed Young's Four Square in Whangārei a month earlier.

Coroner releases report into death of ex-All Black Andrew Hore's mother in farm accident

The coroner's report following the death of ex-All Black Andrew Hore's mother has been released, stating the 67-year-old died after falling from a farm vehicle. Suzanne Hore died on November 3, 2019, while helping her husband move...

Former Ports of Auckland CEO Tony Gibson pleads not guilty to charges over worker death

Former Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson has pleaded not guilty to two charges in relation to the death of a worker who was crushed under a container in 2020. The charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act are...

Local body elections 2022: Who's throwing their hat in the ring again in the Mackenzie

Find out which Mackenzie District councillors are standing again in this year's local body elections.

'Massive challenge': Māori All Blacks coach relishes plum tour fixtures against Ireland

It's been 12 years since they faced tier-one teams, beating Ireland and England, and coach Clayton McMillan says they have an important place in NZ's rugby landscape.

'The beginning of a great future': Waimate's white horse gets upgrade

Waimate's iconic white horse on the hill has received an upgrade worth half-million dollars and now includes picnic areas, plantings and panoramic views of the district.

Buffalo mass shooting: Relatives of the people massacred in Buffalo supermarket may heartfelt plea to Americans

Relatives of the 10 black people massacred in a Buffalo supermarket pleaded with the nation on Thursday (local time) to confront and stop racist violence, their agony pouring out in the tears of a 12-year-old child, hours after the...

Police stood down after alert at Wellington's Tawa College days after attack

Police say officers have now been stood down from a call out to Tawa College, after the school went into lockdown this morning.

Mike Munro: Mr Shrewd delivers the goods on Budget day

OPINION: Being the Minister of Finance in these fraught times is not for the faint-hearted. Consider for a moment Grant Robertson's Budget on Thursday, which could hardly have had a more foreboding ...

Easy ride to mental health

When Al Best heads out on the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride (DGR) tomorrow he'll be alongside more than 900 bikers across Aotearoa New Zealand who have raised over $80,000 towards men's health this year. And he'll be riding a new...

Man dead after crash at Ōtaki, two others taken to hospital

Two others taken to hospital after the car is believed to have gone off the road after 1am on Saturday.

Taranaki gang associate's synthetic cannabis dealing leads to death

Synthetic cannabis that was sold by a gang associate to help keep his household afloat killed one person and hospitalised another. But Tereapii Mataio wasn't criminally responsible for the death of his buyer nor the harm it had...

Woman trapped under fallen tree in Cambridge dies

Police have confirmed the woman who was trapped under a tree in Cambridge has died in hospital.

Dashing charmer with a dark side: Von Tempsky sign gives way to history

It was the Hamilton pharmacist against the celebrated soldier. The pharmacist won.

Mum 'trying to be Wonder Woman' repressed memory of injuring her son

A busy stay-at-home mum who was trying to be "Wonder Woman" has admitted injuring her baby - but says she has no recollection of how she hurt him. Exactly what happened on the day the baby was injured ...

Teacher's pet case: Babysitter tells Chris Dawson murder trial she was treated like 'sex slave'

Warning: Graphic content In Australia, a teenager who moved into Chris Dawson's home after his wife's disappearance has claimed during his murder trial she was subject to "daily" domestic violence and he once ripped off the G-string...

Armed police presence in Riccarton area after man robbed at gunpoint in Christchurch

Armed police were called to the Riccarton area in Christchurch about 7.30pm this evening after reports a man had been threatened at gunpoint and had his vehicle stolen. The man was not injured. The vehicle and its occupants were...

Te Papa's new art installation The Silvering opens to the public

Hundreds of helium balloons, some venetian blind string, and scavenged plants and objects from around Te Papa make up the museum's newest art installation.'The Silvering' consists of more than 400 silver zero-shaped balloons and...

Former US President Donald Trump pays $110K fine, must submit paperwork to end contempt

Former US President Donald Trump has paid the $110,000 in fines he racked up after being held in contempt of court for being slow to respond to a civil subpoena issued by New York's attorney general.Trump paid the fine Thursday...

Senior prison officer under investigation after inmate's arm broken

A prison officer who broke the arm of an inmate who had just bashed his colleague is under investigation by Auckland police, the Herald can reveal. The incident happened on a day of violence at Mt Eden ...

Former US President George W Bush mistakenly condemns invasion of Iraq

Former US President George W Bush has mistakenly condemned the "wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq".Speaking at the George W Bush Presidential Centre about the war in Ukraine , the former president argued it was a lack...

Herald morning quiz: May 21

Test your brains with the Herald's morning quiz. Be sure to check back on nzherald.co.nz for the afternoon quiz. To challenge yourself with more quizzes, CLICK HERE.

A man of exile and mystery: The life of a German author who wandered Ponsonby's streets

Steve Braunias on the life of a German author who wandered the streets of Ponsonby. T here was always so much going on with Volker Pilgrim, with his ideas and his superstitions and his habit of slipping ...

Elon Musk accused of sexual misconduct by SpaceX flight attendant

Elon Musk, the world's richest person, has been accused of exposing himself to a SpaceX flight attendant, rubbing her leg without consent, and offering to buy her a horse in exchange for an erotic massage.The claims were published...

Taranaki teen suffers brain injury in attack with metal drink bottle

A teen was sitting at the beach watching the ships out at sea when, in an unprovoked attack, a man struck him around the head with a metal drink bottle, causing him a brain injury. The 14-year-old was at Bell Block beach, in New...

Market couple set out new stall for life on road

A Nelson couple are packing up their home and business and giving tiny living a go - by travelling around the country in a pair of housebuses.

Lotto heartbreak: When the champagne stops flowing - the cost of winning big

Many of us like to imagine striking it rich in Lotto, living out the rest of our days with not so much as a care in the world, and trusting all our worries are far behind us. But as the old adage goes: ...

Steve Braunias tracks down the backside of publicity

Defamation! It's the worst word in journalism, its greatest fear, its lurking menace that can strike when you least expect it and take you to the cleaners, to the edge of sanity, to a very bad place indeed ...

Covid 19 coronavirus: Fear palpable as virus takes hold in North Korea

On a recent nighttime visit to a drugstore, a double-masked Kim Jong Un lamented the slow delivery of medicine. Separately, the North Korean leader's lieutenants have quarantined hundreds of thousands of suspected Covid-19 patients...

14-yo armed robbery suspect walks free after police botch arrest

A 14-year-old has walked free from an armed robbery charge after a judge ruled police acted unlawfully by arresting him - and not in the "public interest" as they claimed. Police arrested the teen at ...

'They all knew': Teacher nicknamed 'Bummer Bond' abused boys for 40 years

For 40 years, David Bond taught maths, coached rugby and indecently assaulted boys. His employer fielded complaints years before his offending was exposed.

Black Caps hit by Covid-19 cases ahead of first match of England cricket tour

Frontline batsman Henry Nicholls among the trio who go into five days of hotel isolation, as day one against Sussex is rained off.

Damage to roads, powerlines after tornado rips through Levin

A woman who was trapped under a tree in Cambridge earlier today has died at the hospital, police say.

Budget 2022: Housing investment 'a small, good thing that may help'

The Salvation Army says housing boosts in the Budget will help some people stuck in the 'catastrophe', but they do not stretch far enough to properly address housing inequality.

Obituary: Anne Rachael Sayers, QSM 1929 - 2022

Her life experiences ranged from helping wounded soldiers evacuated from Dunkirk to teaching the future Māori Queen first aid and nursing children with intellectual disabilities.

Budget 2022: Te Pāti Māori slams Te Matatini kapa haka festival funding

Te Pāti Māori say the "crumbs" in the Budget for Te Matatini compared to ballet and the orchestra show "second class treatment" of Māori arts. Budget 2022, revealed yesterday, included $1.1 billion for Māori-focused...

Central Auckland church's altar cross stolen in brazen theft

A vintage cross has been stolen from the St Matthew-in-the-City Anglican church in central Auckland.In a social media post, Reverend Helen Jacobi posted images of the high altar cross and CCTV images showing a person carrying it.CCTV...

Eight great Renee Zellweger movies (and where you can watch them right now)

From the nefarious Roxy Hart to the lovelorn Bridget Jones and the optimistic Dorothy Boyd, the Texan has created some memorable characters.

Prison justice: Guard allegedly broke inmate's arm after colleague's brutal bashing

A prison officer who broke the arm of an inmate who had just bashed his colleague is under investigation by Auckland police, the Herald can reveal.The incident happened on a day of violence at Mt Eden remand prison on February 3,...

Inland Revenue takes flak over surge in overdue taxes

Unpaid PAYE and KiwiSaver payments have nearly doubled in the past five years, and levels of overdue GST have nearly tripled over the period, Inland Revenue figures show. A Weekend Herald analysis ...

Levin tornado: Government puts $100k into relief fund

After a tornado hit Levin, the government will put $100,000 into a mayoral relief fund to help with the recovery.

Afghanistan Taliban order women television presenters to cover their faces

Afghanistan's Taliban rulers ordered all female presenters on TV channels to cover their faces on air, the country's biggest media outlet said Thursday.The order came in a statement from the Taliban's Virtue and Vice Ministry, tasked...

Covid-19 update: 17 further deaths, 7800 cases reported in New Zealand

There have been another 7800 new community cases of Covid-19 and another 17 deaths with the virus reported by the Ministry of Health today.

Russia-Ukraine War: Russians begin to turn on President Vladimir Putin

From the start, Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine has faced a string of humiliating setbacks – and as the war continues to stall, more and more Russians are turning on their leader.In a nation where public defiance of the government...

Teen killer's appeal raises broader issues of increasing number of people found unfit for trial

New Zealand Law Society President Tiana Epati says the number of people found unfit to stand trial over the last ten years has gone from 94 in 2012 to 195 in 2021.

Victorian man in hospital with monkeypox; another 'probable' case detected in NSW

A Victorian man is in hospital after being diagnosed with monkeypox, while another in NSW is also suspected of being infected with the virus. Victorian chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton said the man ...
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Afghanistan's female TV presenters must cover their faces, say Taliban

The Taliban have ordered female Afghan TV presenters and other women on screen to cover their faces while on air.

Russian soldier pleads guilty in Ukraine war crimes trial

It is the first war crimes trial in Ukraine since the war with Russia started almost three months ago.

Super Rugby Pacific: Clinical Crusaders destroy Fijian Drua

Crusaders 61Drua 3 Christchurch turned on a crisp evening far removed from Fiji’s tropical climate and the Crusaders showed the Drua no warmth as their expected mismatch played to script on Friday night. A week on from their…

Djokovic set to meet Nadal in quarter-finals at Roland Garros

Defending champion Novak Djokovic and 13-times winnner Rafael Nadal are on a quarter-final collision course at the French Open following the release of the draw.

Phoenix stalwart hangs up his boots

Countless shoulder dislocations and being away from home for the best part of two years have led to stalwart Phoenix defender Louis Fenton calling time on his professional football career.

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022: New Zealand announce 18-strong athletics team

An 18-strong New Zealand athletics team has been named for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games that includes eight throwers.Giving it a heave, be it with a hammer, a discus, a shot or a spear, is in vogue and Tom Walsh and Julia Ratcliffe…

My Food Bag profit jumps to $20m

My Food Bag said it delivered more than 18 million meals across the year, and saw its profit jump more than eightfold.

Golf: Tiger Woods tells camera operator to back off during frustrating round at PGA Championship

An altercation with a television camera operator has highlighted the depths of frustration felt by Tiger Woods after a disappointing opening round at the PGA Championship golf tournament. Woods, in just his second competitive start…

Rugby Direct podcast: The Blues star who could be the All Blacks' missing link

On this week’s edition of Rugby Direct, Elliott Smith and special guest Christopher Reive from the New Zealand Herald break down the weekend of rugby that was from Super Rugby Pacific, as the Kiwi sides went five-nil over their Australian…

Black Caps pumped to face off against old skipper McCullum

Brendon McCullum will be a “massive asset” in the English dressing room, according to Black Caps batter Henry Nicholls.

Cook Islands deputy PM reinstated despite charges

The suspension of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Cook Islands has been lifted ahead of the general election, despite theft and fraud-related charges.

Low unemployment but Taranaki takes a hit from rising living costs

The latest economic snapshot of Taranaki shows the province has not been left unscathed by the cost of living crisis.

Russia-Ukraine war: Captive medic's bodycam shows first-hand horror of Mariupol

A celebrated Ukrainian medic recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no bigger than a thumbnail, smuggled out to the world in a tampon. Now she is in Russian hands, at a time when Mariupol has fallen .Yuliia Paievska is known…

Today's sports news: What you need to know

In today’s sports news – Nweke remaining on sidelines, Williamson leaving IPL to become a dad again and Broad and Anderson back for England.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Fear palpable as virus takes hold in North Korea

On a recent nighttime visit to a drugstore, a double-masked Kim Jong Un lamented the slow delivery of medicine. Separately, the North Korean leader’s lieutenants have quarantined hundreds of thousands of suspected Covid-19 patients…

Company results: Ryman Healthcare, My Food Bag, Asset Plus and Oceania reveal financials

Ryman Healthcare profit up 64pc Ryman Healthcare’s profit shot up 64 per cent after big revaluation gains and the business announced $205 million plans for Rolleston and a new $350m Melbourne village.The biggest listed retirement…

Focus: Hunt for the cheapest groceries

Watch the video full story above With New Zealand in the thick of a cost-of-living crisis, there’s been plenty of chat about food prices.So when it comes to some of the essential grocery items, who’s offering the best deal? Focus…

Australian company to offer free charging for electric vehicles in New Zealand

A new competitor is entering the country’s electric vehicle charging network, promising free charging and hoping to shake up the existing monopoly.

Today's sports news: What you need to know

In today’s sports news – Ferns prep for Comm Games locked in, Nix player to face Barcelona, NZ Cricket pays compensation to PCB and women to officiate at Football World Cup.

Horse racing: Double Delight Derby chance despite missing lead up

Harness Jewels star Double Delight is still rated a chance to make next week’s Northern Trotting Derby even after missing the obvious lead-up at Alexandra Park on Friday.The last-start Northern Oaks winner was fancied to give our…

Russia Ukraine war: Russian superyacht Amadea in Fiji – US in court battle

At Lautoka Harbour in the heart of Fiji’s sugar cane region, five US federal agents boarded the Russian-owned Amadea, a luxurious superyacht the length of a football field.”They want to take 20 crew and sail east!” the ship’s captain…

Horror as undefeated boxer Musa Yamak dies in the middle of a fight

Undefeated boxing star Musa Yamak has died in the ring in the middle of a fight.The Turkish fighter collapsed in shocking scenes during a fight in Munich on Sunday.The fight was streamed to a live audience.The 38-year-old died…

Higher sales help build more positive outlook for Sanford

Seafood company Sanford’s recovery from the pandemic continues to gain momentum, with its underlying profit almost doubling.

NZ stocks teeter on bear market after big drop on Wall St

New Zealand share prices opened lower after another big drop on Wall Street, with the local index edging closer towards bear market territory.By late morning, the S&P/NZX50 index had dropped 179 points or 1.6 per cent to 11,080.US…

New CEO for Heartland Bank

Heartland Bank has poached a new chief executive from insurer Westpac Life.Leanne Lazarus will start in the role on August 1 leaving her position as chief executive and executive director of Westpac Life.Westpac Banking Corporation…

Ryman Healthcare profit up 64 per cent, retirement giant makes $692.9m in full-year result

Ryman Healthcare’s profit shot up 64 per cent after big revaluation gains and the business announced $205 million plans for Rolleston and a new $350m Melbourne village.The biggest listed retirement village owner and operator on…

Teacher's pet case: Babysitter tells Chris Dawson murder trial she was treated like 'sex slave'

Warning: Graphic content In Australia, a teenager who moved into Chris Dawson’s home after his wife’s disappearance has claimed during his murder trial she was subject to “daily” domestic violence and he once ripped off the G-string…

Elon Musk accused of sexual misconduct by SpaceX flight attendant

Elon Musk, the world’s richest person, has been accused of exposing himself to a SpaceX flight attendant, rubbing her leg without consent, and offering to buy her a horse in exchange for an erotic massage.The claims were published…

Australian teacher loses $550k to elaborate scam two months in the making

A family from NSW’s Central Coast has been left reeling after scammers stole an eye-watering $550,000 (A$500,000) from them and then sent them death threats.Jody Bridges and her husband Corey have been working hard all their lives…

Oceans are hotter, higher and more acidic, climate report warns

The world’s oceans in 2021 grew to their warmest and most acidic levels on record, the World Meteorological Organisation said.

Black Ferns forced to tweak Pacific Four squad

The Black Ferns have been forced to make three changes to their squad for next month’s Pacific Four Series against Australia, the US and Canada.

Commerce Commission signals appeal over record $2.2m Vodafone fine

Vodafone NZ is being taken back to court over the record fine imposed after it misled customers with its broadband advertising campaign.

Fund manager fees reducing benefits to investors – FMA study

Value for money is hard to find when it comes to the fees paid by investors to fund managers.

Taupō Legal Corner: Can I date my workmate?

We spend a large portion of our lives at work. It’s therefore inevitable that in-between water cooler chats or serving customers, sparks between colleagues – or even between managers and employees – can fly.But is this legal?The…

Warriors grant Matt Lodge immediate release

Warriors prop Matt Lodge is leaving the club immediately after being granted a release from the rest of his contract.

Swimming: Former pop star Cody Simpson set to lose world championship spot

Olympic star Kyle Chalmers is set to crush Cody Simpson’s dream of swimming for Australia — and the extraordinary situation has been clouded by reports of a love triangle involving Aussie queen of the pool Emma McKeon.Chalmers,…

Golf: Donald Trump urges PGA Tour golfers to sign up for Saudi Arabia's LIV Series

Former US President Donald Trump accused the PGA Tour of taking advantage of players and fans “for many years” on the same day that the Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series suffered the resignation of Greg Norman’s right-hand…

Russia Ukraine war: 'Cancer-riddled' Putin surrounded by doctors, takes breaks for treatment, claims ex-British spy

Vladimir Putin is “cancer-riddled” and surrounded by doctors, and often takes breaks during meetings to undergo treatment, according to claims by a British ex-spy.Christopher Steele, who previously worked the Russia desk at MI6,…

Oceania aged care provider sees full year growth with $61.1m net profit

Retirement living and aged care provider Oceania says it has seen strong profit growth over the past year reflecting strong sales and resales of units, and increases in fees and charges.

What makes a 'fit and proper' real estate agent?

The Real Estate Authority is working on guidelines for what makes a ‘fit and proper’ agent and seeking public feedback to ensure they are clear and comprehensive.

Buffalo mass shooting: Relatives of the people massacred in Buffalo supermarket may heartfelt plea to Americans

Relatives of the 10 black people massacred in a Buffalo supermarket pleaded with the nation on Thursday (local time) to confront and stop racist violence, their agony pouring out in the tears of a 12-year-old child, hours after the…

NZ exporters unlikely to capitalise on US infant formula shortage

The severe shortage of baby formula in the United States could provide an opportunity for New Zealand exporters to test the waters there, but the window of opportunity will likely be short-lived.

Russia-Ukraine War: McDonald's leaving Russia – 'Living in Moscow is like travelling back to the Soviet era'

It was 1990, and the Soviet Union’s penultimate summer. The only splashes of colour in the uniformly grey cityscape of Moscow were sun-bleached red flags that hung limply from facades, garish Soviet propaganda murals painted on the…

Throwers dominate athletics team for Commonwealth Games

Champion throwers headline the New Zealand athletics team selected for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

My Food Bag lifts annual profit by 18 per cent, pays dividend

My Food Bag said tight cost management allowed the meal kit company to mitigate the impact of a number of macro-economic challenges and deliver an 18.1 per cent lift in operating earnings to $34.2 million for the March year.The…

Russia Ukraine war: NZ supports international call for war crimes accountability

New Zealand has joined international partners in calling for accountability for alleged Russian war crimes during its invasion of Ukraine. Ukraine has so far identified more than 10,000 possible war crimes committed by Russia.A…

Pug health so bad it 'can't be considered a typical dog' – study

Pug dogs face such serious health conditions they can “no longer be considered a typical dog from a health perspective,” a new study suggests.

The hoist: How one act left a permanent mark on netball

Ten years ago Australian shooter Karyn Bailey went through the motions of shooting a goal like she had done thousands of times over her netball career.

Everton secure Premier League survival

Everton secured their Premier League status with a come from behind 3-2 win over Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.

NRL: Why Warriors star Chanel Harris-Tavita will have to wear unique protection gear

When he returns to the NRL pitch, Warriors half Chanel Harris-Tavita will be wearing a unique piece of equipment. The 23-year-old Warriors half has been out of action since the side’s 70-10 loss to the Melbourne Storm, after copping…

Child abuse material found in home of man awaiting trial over alleged murder of 9yo girl

The man awaiting trial for the alleged murder of his partner’s young daughter Charlise Mutten is facing new charges of firearm possession and child abuse material.Justin Stein was charged with the murder over the death of the 9-year-old…

Cricket: Three members of Black Caps tour party in isolation after testing positive for Covid-19

Three members of the Black Caps have tested positive for Covid-19 on the first day of the opening match of their tour of England..Fastbowler Blair Tickner, batter Henry Nicholls and bowling coach Shane Jurgensen have now begun five…

Super Rugby Pacific: All Blacks and Blues prop Karl Tu'inukuafe heading to French side Montpellier; Highlanders hooker Liam Coltman signs with Lyon

All Blacks and Blues prop Karl Tu’inukuafe will be heading back to France at the end of the season. The 29-year-old will join Top 14 side Montpellier next season, having previously played in the French second division with Narbonne…

Former US President George W Bush faces backlash over Iraq war gaffe

Former US President George W Bush is facing criticism after mistakenly describing the invasion of Iraq — which he led as commander in chief — as “brutal” and “wholly unjustified,” before correcting himself to say he meant to refer…

Hybrid work lifestyle may be here to stay post-pandemic

The era of hybrid working could be upon us for good as inner city businesses invite employees back into the office.

ICOM apology prompted by renowned Māori curator and Te Papa exec member

The International Council of Museums Costume Committee has apologised for its guidelines around wearing historical items from museum collections – prompted by a renowned Māori curator.

Netball: Mystics coach Helene Wilson steps down for new role

After six years at the helm of the Northern Mystics, coach Helene Wilson is stepping down to take up a new role.After guiding the Mystics to their inaugural ANZ Premiership netball title in 2021, Wilson will finish her role as head…

Cautious approach as Budget shows deficits for next two years

The government takes a measured approach to new spending and investment as it looks to negotiate high inflation, global disruptions, and geo-political uncertainties, which it is expecting to dent near term economic softness.

NZ's oldest sports club celebrates 160 years

The Canterbury Rowing Club will this weekend celebrate its 160th anniversary after surviving some tough times.

Budget 2022: Treasury to issue more debt than planned

New Zealand Debt Management (NZDM) expects it will issue more debt than previously anticipated to help the Reserve Bank (RBNZ) unwind its quantitative easing programme, and the Government cover rising expenses. NZDM, which is part…

Cooking the Books podcast: What the Budget means for your back pocket

Each week BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald’s Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it’s the Government’s announcements on tackling the rising cost of living, and whether it will make a difference for you….

Rangers lose Europa League final on penalties

Scottish club Rangers have suffered an agonising penalty shootout defeat in their fifth European final as Eintracht Frankfurt triumphed in an absorbing Europa League decider.

Climate change swells odds of record heatwaves in India, Pakistan

A UK study says record-breaking temperatures in north-western India and Pakistan are now 100 times more likely.

Budget 2022: Grant Robertson business lunch – Not quite recession precipice yet, ANZ chief economist says

We’re not so much on the precipice of recession, but are in a scramble to keep from falling off the edge, an ANZ economist has told business leaders today.ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner addressed a Wellington crowd before Finance…

Former US President George W Bush mistakenly condemns invasion of Iraq

Former US President George W Bush has mistakenly condemned the “wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq”.Speaking at the George W Bush Presidential Centre about the war in Ukraine , the former president argued it was a lack…

Global dairy prices fall the fifth consecutive auction

The average price at the fortnightly global dairy sale fell 2 percent to $US4432 a tonne ($NZ6970), after falling 8.5 percent in the previous auction.

Cost of living in focus as Australia's election race hits final stretch

Australian PM Scott Morrison criss-crossed the country in a final day of campaigning, insisting he could still win Saturday’s election despite polls pointing to a change of government or hung parliament.

More Ukraine fighters surrendering in Mariupol, Russia says

Nearly 700 more Ukrainian fighters have surrendered in Mariupol as Russian forces strengthened a key gain in the south, Moscow says.

EU unveils plan to ditch Russian fossil fuels

The invasion of Ukraine by Russia, Europe’s top gas supplier, has prompted the European Union to rethink its energy policies.

Commonwealth Games: Cody Simpson qualifies for Australian swimming team

Cody Simpson just made his dream a reality.The pop star has continued his remarkable transformation to elite swimmer by qualifying for the Australian team for the world championships and Commonwealth Games this year.Simpson finished…

Monkeypox cases investigated in Europe, US and Canada

Cases of suspected and confirmed Monkeypox are being investigated in a number of European countries, the US, Canada and the UK.

Finland, Sweden apply to join Nato as Russia pummels Ukraine

Finland and Sweden formally applied to join Nato on Wednesday, prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and triggering a significant change in Europe’s security architecture in decades.

A2 Milk faces class action claims – again

A fresh class action claim has been filed against A2 Milk at the High Court in Auckland – the third one against the company.

Infratil delivers record annual profit

Infratil has delivered a record annual profit reflecting strong earnings growth from its stake in Vodafone and increased earnings from its new healthcare platform.

Koudinov set for fifth Commonwealth Games

Experienced gymnast Misha Koudinov continues to stamp his name in New Zealand’s history books with his selection for a fifth Commonwealth Games.

Football: Wellington Phoenix defender Louis Fenton announces retirement at 29

Louis Fenton has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 29.The seven-cap All White has played more than 150 matches for the club; only Andrew Durante, Vince Lia, Manny Muscat and Ben Sigmund have pulled…

Former US President Donald Trump pays $110K fine, must submit paperwork to end contempt

Former US President Donald Trump has paid the $110,000 in fines he racked up after being held in contempt of court for being slow to respond to a civil subpoena issued by New York’s attorney general.Trump paid the fine Thursday…

Super Rugby Pacific: Crusaders vs Fijian Drua

As it happened: The high-flying Crusaders took on the Fijian Drua in Christchurch.

NZ exporters unlikely to capitalise on US infant formula shortage

By Kim Moodie of RNZ The severe shortage of baby formula in the United States could provide an opportunity for New Zealand exporters to test the waters there, but the window of opportunity will likely be short-lived.Parents…

Lower revaluations push Oceania Healthcare profit down 29%, operating revenue up

Less spectacular revaluation gains were partly responsible for pushing Oceania Healthcare’s bottom-line profit down 29 per cent but the retirement village business made far higher operating revenue.The $85.7 million net profit after…

Auckland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Michael Barnett to stand down, Simon Bridges confirmed as new boss

Michael Barnett is to stand down as the chief executive of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and will be replaced by former National Party leader Simon Bridges.Auckland Chamber chairwoman Charlotte Parkhill confirmed an earlier NZ…

Sir John Kirwan announces NFT of famous All Blacks try

All Blacks great Sir John Kirwan is the latest Kiwi sports figure to get into the world of NFTs.Thirty-five years to the day Kirwan scored the iconic Rugby World Cup try against Italy, the former All Black is releasing an exclusive…

Afghanistan Taliban order women television presenters to cover their faces

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers ordered all female presenters on TV channels to cover their faces on air, the country’s biggest media outlet said Thursday.The order came in a statement from the Taliban’s Virtue and Vice Ministry, tasked…

Russian McDonald's buyer to rebrand restaurants

McDonald’s has found a local buyer for its Russian business, after the war in Ukraine pushed it to quit the country.

Revaluation of retail portfolio cuts Investore Property profit to $118m

Big box retail store owner Investore Property has seen its profit drop by 27 percent.

Abortion doctor hits back at Republican lawmaker in tense exchange

A US abortion doctor turned the tables on a Republican lawmaker asking her about late-term abortions when she asked what he would do if his daughter was raped, in a tense exchange that highlights how polarised the US abortion rights…

The All Black rainbow: Facing the challenge of inclusion in rugby

If rugby does make it to its inclusivity goals and gay rugby players are fully enveloped in normalisation, the ‘first gay All Black’ would be treated like any other day of the week, Jamie Wall writes.

Budget 2022: First-home buyer caps changed, affordable housing funding

KEY POINTS: • First-home grant house price caps jump, by as much as $275,000. • Covid industry support package modified to fund affordable housing. For aspiring first-home buyers, price and income caps will now be…

Alarmed by Solomon Islands-China pact, New Zealand finds its voice on security

Opinion – NZ has long been seen as the moderate, even absent, voice on China in the “Five Eyes” alliance, but its tone on security and Beijing’s presence in the South Pacific has toughened, Lucy Craymer writes.

Budget 2022: Snapshot for business

Initiatives from Budget 2022 that affect businesses: 1. Supermarket regulation The Government will introduce legislation to Parliament on Budget night, aimed at stopping supermarkets from blocking competitors from accessing land…

Vangelis: Chariots of Fire and Blade Runner composer dies at 79

Greek composer Vangelis, who was known for his celebrated film themes for Chariots of Fire and Blade Runner, has died at the age of 79.

Nelson Airport 'reassessing' future with new sea-level rise data

Nelson Airport’s exposure to sea level rise has been highlighted after new data shows it could happen at twice the rate previously expected.

Super Rugby Pacific: Crusaders forward Scott Barrett works with psychologists to overcome red cards

Notable sports psychologists have come to Scott Barrett’s aid as he fights his way back from a lengthy suspension.The All Blacks forward and Crusaders captain returns against the Fijian Drua tomorrow night, after a four-week stand…

The Front Page: Robertson's 'narrow path' and the Govt's billion-dollar 'roll of the dice'

The Government’s billion-dollar bailout is necessary to assist struggling New Zealanders but it arrives bearing some political risks for Labour. The problem with this type of policy is that its success depends entirely on how…

Asset Plus profit falls 81 per cent: expenses up, rent down, revaluations negative, tax bill up

Falling revaluations and rent, rising expenses, an empty office building and a rising tax bill pushed the Asset Plus full-year profit down by 81 per cent.Net profit after tax fell from $15.95 million in the full year to March 31,…

North Korea: Fighting Covid-19 with traditional medicine

North Korea is grappling with the spread of Covid-19 in an unvaccinated population, without access to effective anti-viral drugs.

Brian Gaynor, fearless champion of the small investor, mourners told

Brian Gaynor was an exceptional person who contributed so much across all facets of society in his adopted country, mourners heard today.The much-loved husband of Anna, and father of Peter and the late David, died on Monday after…

NRL: Warriors release prop Matt Lodge with immediate effect

Matt Lodge’s tenure as a member of the Warriors has come to an end, with the club releasing the 26-year-old prop from his contract with immediate effect. Lodge joined the Warriors midway through the 2021 season from the Brisbane…

Ukrainian widow confronts Russian soldier accused of killing her husband

Oleksandr Shelipov was killed in the first days of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. His widow has confronted his accused killer in court.

Football: Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira seen kicking Everton fan during pitch invasion

Crystal Palace football club manager Patrick Vieira appeared to lash out at a fan following his side’s dramatic loss against Everton at Goodison Park on Friday, as the issue of pitch invasions once again marred the conclusion of a…

Russia-Ukraine War: Russians begin to turn on President Vladimir Putin

From the start, Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has faced a string of humiliating setbacks – and as the war continues to stall, more and more Russians are turning on their leader.In a nation where public defiance of the government…

Crusaders crush Fijian Drua

The Crusaders’ ruthless win over the Fijian Drua strengthens their hold on second place in Super Rugby Pacific.

Sri Lanka defaults on debt for first time in its history

Sri Lanka has defaulted on its debt for the first time in its history as the country struggles with its worst financial crisis in more than 70 years.

Budget 2022: Wall Street Journal published Budget information one hour before embargo lifted

Prestigious business publication The Wall Street Journal published key information from today’s New Zealand Budget one hour before the embargo was lifted. The Budget is provided to journalists and analysts hours before it is released…

Goodman Property Trust posts 18.5 percent increase in full-year net profit

The company says its portfolio is effectively at capacity, with average occupancy at 99.4 percent.

Russia-Ukraine war: What might happen to Ukrainian prisoners of war?

Breaking its recent silence on prisoners of war, the Red Cross has said it registered “hundreds” of Ukrainian prisoners of war who left the giant Azovstal steel plant in the southern city of Mariupol after holding out in a weeks-long…

Ryman Healthcare reports 13.6% increase in full year profit

Retirement village provider Ryman Healthcare has posted a record full year underlying profit, amid ongoing challenges associated with the pandemic.

Monkeypox Australia: Victorian man in hospital with virus; another 'probable' case detected in NSW

A Victorian man is in hospital after being diagnosed with monkeypox, while another in NSW is also suspected of being infected with the virus.Victorian chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton said the man travelled from London, via…

Golf: Ryan Fox posts solid opening round at PGA Championship as Tiger Woods struggles

New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox has posted a steady opening round at the US PGA Championship that’s left him near the top of the leaderboard after most of the field struggled on day one of golf’s second major of 2022.Fox qualified for…

Rugby league: New Zealand Warriors reportedly set to sign former Origin star Dunamis Lui

The New Zealand Warriors have moved swiftly to replace Matt Lodge after the former Broncos star’s shock decision to quit on the spot.Lodge dropped a bomb on Friday when the news broke the Warriors had granted him an immediate release.Lodge…

Moral bankruptcy within sports codes means they cannot keep young athletes safe

My experience of sports administrators is that they tend to know all and see all, Hamish Bidwell writes.

Coles to start for Hurricanes for first time in 2022, Savea 'unavailable'

All Blacks hooker Dane Coles will make his first start for the Hurricanes, but captain Ardie Savea is unavailable for the clash with the Rebels.

What is monkeypox and where is it spreading?

European and American health authorities have identified a number of monkeypox cases in recent days, mostly in young men. It’s a surprising outbreak of a disease that rarely appears outside Africa.Health officials around the world…

Foresters consider appeal against Wairoa rates High Court decision

Forestry owners say they are considering an appeal against a High Court decision which backed a council’s move to stack its rating system against properties planted in trees. The issue of productive farmland being bought by cashed-up…


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