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  • 28 Jan, 2017 3:25pm
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How will T20 fare when the crowd get bored with the ramp shot, the endless succession of sixes, bowlers as sacrifices and when the hype is just...hype?
  • 29 Oct, 2016 9:36am
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Sir Gordon Tietjens is hurt that he will miss the first two world circuit tournaments with Samoa - because he is still on 'gardening leave' from New Zealand Rugby.
  • 15 Oct, 2016 12:45pm
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COMMENT: It won't take long before Sir Gordon Tietjens' Samoan sevens beat New Zealand, especially if his replacement is as handicapped as he was.
  • 10 Sep, 2016 1:22pm
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Watching Steve Tew deliver the press conference verdict on the Chiefs-stripper controversy was like being transported back in time, writes Paul Lewis.
  • 27 Aug, 2016 12:28pm
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The ball-stealing No 7 - a position the All Blacks have perfected, would be extinct under the new rules New Zealand rugby is trialling in the Mitre 10 Cup.
  • 5 Jun, 2016 5:00am
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There's political chaos and an unprecedented call from medical professionals to shift or postpone the Games because of Zika.

Paul Lewis: No room for McKenzie in my All Blacks team

  • 8 May, 2016 5:00am
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COMMENT: Will McKenzie be an All Black? Yes. Against Wales? I believe not. He may not be quite ready.

Paul Lewis: No room for McKenzie in All Blacks right now

  • 7 May, 2016 5:00pm
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There's a big swell of anticipation among fans that Damian McKenzie will be in the All Blacks squad next month.
  • 17 Apr, 2016 7:30am
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The death of Portuguese fighter Joao Carvalho in Dublin this week underlined the savagery still inherent in mixed martial arts, writes Paul Lewis.

Paul Lewis: Waterfront stadium a bewildering concept

  • 2 Apr, 2016 1:44pm
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  • 6 Mar, 2016 5:00am
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As he fought his cancer, Martin Crowe turned to then Herald on Sunday sports editor and cancer survivor Paul Lewis. Here, Lewis pays tribute.
  • 13 Feb, 2016 1:37pm
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It's not often you get to countermand a New Zealand captain but Brendon McCullum must go down as one of cricket's greats, writes Paul Lewis.

Paul Lewis: Read all about it - Kiwis learn to fly

  • 6 Feb, 2016 1:00pm
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Paul Lewis: League royalty prefers the gutter

  • 31 Jan, 2016 8:26am
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  • 13 Jan, 2016 5:00am
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New Zealanders need advice from financial advisers to improve complex investment and retirement outcomes but face an enormous obstacle - a lack of trust, says KPMG's Head of Financial Services, John Kensington.

Paul Lewis: Chris Gayle stuck in the dark ages

  • 9 Jan, 2016 5:55pm
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The West Indian cricketer did himself no favours in his live TV turn. His sleazeball pick-up line induced international vomiting, writes Paul Lewis.

Cricket: Please save us from groundhog day

  • 3 Jan, 2016 5:00am
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New Zealand Cricket are hinting at a night test against the South Africans in 2016-17. It's a shame they haven't arranged one against Australia.
  • 19 Dec, 2015 4:32pm
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Jonah's 'missing millions' shouldn't have been a shock to people, writes Paul Lewis. He was not alone in his financial woes.
  • 11 Dec, 2015 9:00am
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The cry comes from everyone - politicians, civil servants, captains of industry, farmers, all the vital cogs in New Zealand's economic machine:
  • 2 Dec, 2015 5:00am
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New Zealand's primary produce has to be positioned as "the Louis Vuitton of food". KPMG's global head of agribusiness, Ian Proudfoot, says if our food is to remain relevant in a fast-changing world, New Zealand agribusiness has to change the way it does t

Paul Lewis: Jonah Lomu among the greatest of the greats

  • 21 Nov, 2015 4:15pm
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Jonah Lomu was gentle and gentlemanly, with that rugby spirit and care for others, writes Paul Lewis.
  • 13 Nov, 2015 12:30pm
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Auckland needs a bit of Bilbao - by making the best of its port - and a piece of Pittsburgh (by creating a new knowledge-based industry) to transform itself into one of the world's 'Magnet Cities'.
  • 10 Nov, 2015 4:12pm
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Maori broadcaster Tu Harawira has told the 24-hour Flag Summit that he disagrees with the popular 'Red Peak' flag because it symbolises "white deciding where the colours will go".

Soldiers 'fought for freedom of choice'

  • 10 Nov, 2015 5:47am
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Our soldiers died for our freedom, including the freedom of choice to select a new flag - the 24-hour Flag Summit had heard.
  • 9 Nov, 2015 10:46pm
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Over 95 per cent of RSA members supported New Zealand's current flag and the RSA's campaign to keep it, the association's CEO, Dave Moger, told the 24-hour Flag Summit.
  • 7 Nov, 2015 12:06pm
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With pleasure hormones still roaming round our Rugby World Cup-sated bodies, maybe it's a good time to explore The Thing Of Which We Must Not Speak: the three-peat.
  • 4 Nov, 2015 5:00am
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It's hard to imagine that Bilbao, an iconic centre of European culture and creativity, was a city in chaos and despair less than 30 years ago - and that it successfully dealt with one of the major problems facing Auckland.