The dispute between the Warriors and New Zealand Rugby over the services of highly rated teenager Etene Nanai-Seturo is headed for mediation. The 18-year-old turned out for the All Black Sevens side in Sydney last weekend, despite being under contract with the NRL franchise. His appearance for the national side raised the ire of Warriors CEO Cameron George, who accused NZR of "disrespectful" conduct in their handling of the matter.
One World Cup dream is over, while another can finally begin. New Zealand's hopes of heading to Russia next year have been extinguished, after a 2-0 loss to Peru in Lima. The result also means that Peru's 35 year World Cup nightmare - after decades of near misses to qualify for Fifa's showpiece - has ended. Just like in Wellington, it was an incredibly tense match.
Three military jets have conducted a spectacular low flying swoop over the All Whites team hotel in Lima this morning. This is a seeming continuation of the intimidation - an ear-splitting fireworks display took place outside the hotel at 3am local time this morning. The New Zealand team are based in the JW Marriott hotel, in one of the most upper class areas of the capital on the coast.
Probably not the best comparison to make... Lisa is a progressive, intelligent, art loving independent who rages against all forms of oppression and bigotry. Homer (much as I love him) is a drunken, accident-prone idiot, while Bart is a trouble maker and a menace. #TheSimpsons 😊 https://twitter.com/thehill/status/966762532387082240
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Selecting a term
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