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7 October 2017 12:43 AM Coetzee looks to his bench to make an impact against All Blacks

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee says they are “focused on holding on to the ball” and making sure they don’t “just give it away” when they host the All Blacks at Newlands today (kick-off 5.05pm SS1). And that’s great to hear, because in Albany, when the Boks were humbled 57-0 by the New Zealanders, their ball retention was a sorry sight. They failed 54

5 October 2017 12:19 AM Commonwealth Bank's New Zealand subsidiary ASB Bank jumps on Fitbit Pay

​ASB has teamed up with Fitbit to offer payments via the new Ionic smartwatch. ASB Bank has announced the availability of payments via Fitbit Ionic, allowing customers with the wearable giant's new smartwatch to pay via a watch tap. Based in New Zealand, ASB is wholly owned by Australian banking giant the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA). Ionic was launched 113

4 October 2017 9:37 PM Famous artists guilty of rape jailed

A well-known artist who raped teenagers at an Auckland studio had worked at the Louvre and had a personal exhibition at one of New Zealand's largest museums, the Herald can reveal. Chao-Li Tseng, 50, was sentenced today by Judge Brooke Gibson 16 years' imprisonment, with a minimum non-parole period of eight years. Tseng was found guilty by a jury of 17 sex charges 58

2 October 2017 6:09 PM Bank profits dip as operating expenses rise in June quarter

New Zealand bank profits dropped in the second quarter as operating expenses rose, outpacing gains from non-interest income. Net profit dipped 1% to $1.19 billion in the three months ended June 30 for the country's licensed banks, KPMG's quarterly financial institutions' performance survey (FIPS) showed. Net interest income rose 3% to $2.3 billion and non-interest 113

2 October 2017 6:09 PM NZ bank profits dip as operating expenses rise in June quarter

New Zealand bank profits dropped in the second quarter as operating expenses rose, outpacing gains from non-interest income. Net profit dipped 1 percent to $1.19 billion in the three months ended June 30 for the country's licensed banks, KPMG's quarterly financial institutions' performance survey (FIPS) showed. Net interest income rose 3 percent to $2.3 billion 122

2 October 2017 5:01 PM 'Blame Arg when tired teams head north'

The South Americans were added to the Rugby Championship five years ago and founded the Jaguares franchise to play in Super Rugby last year. After New Zealand capped their fifth southern hemisphere title victory in six years with a 36-10 win over Argentina in Buenos Aires, Hansen said that the extra travel was taking its toll. "The long distances are always 51

2 October 2017 5:01 PM Blame it on Argentina when tired teams head north in November

CAPE TOWN: The inclusion of Argentina into southern hemisphere rugby competition has left Australia, New Zealand and South Africa stretched when they go on their end of year tours to Europe, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said on Monday. The South Americans were added to the Rugby Championship five years ago and founded the Jaguares franchise to play in Super 62

2 October 2017 4:03 PM NZ banks profits drop in second quarter

Banks in New Zealand saw their profits drop in the second quarter as they faced increased costs and less interest income. New Zealand bank profits dropped in the second quarter as operating expenses rose, outpacing gains from non-interest income. Net profit dipped 1 per cent to $1.19 billion in the three months ended June 30 for the country's licensed 106

2 October 2017 6:02 AM Joseph Parker faces potential Trans-Tasman bout against Lucas Browne

"Browne would have to be ranked by the WBO first but that could be possible so looking at December, maybe February which is a possibility. "Joseph has a good profile in Australia because we gave away two or three of his fights for free to Fox Sports and they put him on their free channel. "His last fight was put on Pay Per View and it didn’t do too bad. I was surprised 60

29 September 2017 5:01 PM Dunham wins world championship silver

Matt Dunham has won New Zealand's first medal of the 2017 World Rowing Championships with a stunning second place finish in the lightweight men's single sculls final. The final featured a stacked line up including 2016 world champion Paul O'Donovan of Ireland, European champion Michael Schmid of Switzerland and Rio medallist Kristoffer Brun of Norway 44