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  •   Home > News > National

    Training will be limited for world champion motocross rider Courtney Duncan during the lockdown

    Training will be limited for world champion motocross rider Courtney Duncan during the lockdown


    Duncan's isolating in Dunedin with flatmates.

    She's got a plan.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other National News
     02 Jun: Wellington bowler Jess Kerr and Central Districts wicketkeeper-batswoman Natalie Dodd have been offered White Ferns contracts for the first time, as part of a 17-player list for next season
     02 Jun: Despite Covid-19 slowing down many projects, it hasn't interrupted America's Cup construction on Auckland's viaduct
     01 Jun: Flood protection works near Thames have held firm despite a massive storm that has seen almost half a metre of rain fall on the area
     01 Jun: A video has emerged showing a man attacking a police officer before being pepper-sprayed and tasered in central Auckland
     01 Jun: A serious crash just out of Christchurch has backed traffic up for nearly nine kilometres
     01 Jun: The owner of a shop near where a man died in Auckland this morning says CCTV footage from his business shows two people dragging another person out of a car
     01 Jun: Two vessels are stricken off the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, with one leaking diesel fuel into the water
     Top Stories

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    Despite Covid-19 slowing down many projects, it hasn't interrupted America's Cup construction on Auckland's viaduct More...



     Today's News

    Cricket:
    Wellington bowler Jess Kerr and Central Districts wicketkeeper-batswoman Natalie Dodd have been offered White Ferns contracts for the first time, as part of a 17-player list for next season 7:46

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors are banking on having better-rested bodies than their next opponents 7:36

    Law and Order:
    US protests latest: Trump labels governors 'weak' as US cities clean up damage 7:26

    Business:
    Despite Covid-19 slowing down many projects, it hasn't interrupted America's Cup construction on Auckland's viaduct 7:26

    Health & Safety:
    Anastasia Vasilyeva is risking all to stop Russia's coronavirus doctors dying. The state is trying to thwart her 7:16

    Health & Safety:
    The time it takes for a child to be assessed for autism is being seen as unacceptable 7:16

    Netball:
    The New Zealand men's netball team are in discussions about a match-up against the Silver Ferns in October 7:06

    Motoring:
    The provisional Queen's Birthday weekend road toll is two 7:06

    Law and Order:
    George Floyd protests flare in the US for another night, tear gas fired at crowd outside the White House, as it happened 22:37

    Rugby League:
    Warriors prop Agnatius Paasi Paasi has taken the early guilty plea and will miss Friday's NRL game against the Panthers 21:57


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