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Father of dead tourist calls for hotel to be closed
The father of New Zealand tourist Sarah Carter wants the Thai hotel she stayed in closed and a more thorough investigation carried out into her death.
NZ woman one of four to die mysteriously at Thai hotel
Four people have died in mysterious circumstances at the Thai hotel where a New Zealand woman fell fatally ill last month.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> To take a risk All Whites' biggest lesson
Amid the homecoming celebrations, the All Whites must learn lessons from this World Cup - and perhaps learning how to take a risk is the biggest lesson of all.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> On to the next stop - Brazil 2014
Despite New Zealand's World Cup exit, their story - full of gutsy heroes and a sprinkling of magic - has a happy conclusion.
Stuart Dye: England against Germany. Penalties anyone?
Somehow we knew it was always going to happen. England v Germany. The Three Lions like to toy with emotions.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> German imposters a breath of fresh air
A nation which has throttled the life out of tournament after tournament is suddenly producing unpredictable, exciting football matches.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> World Cup will be poorer for hosts' loss
Hosts South Africa look almost certain to exit the World Cup and the tournament will be worse off for it, writes Stuart Dye.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> Battle of the haves and the have nots
The Italy goalkeeper gets paid more in a year than the entire All Whites team - and he won't even play in Monday's game. Stuart Dye examines the gulf between the two teams.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> South Africans think NZ women are ugly
It's war. South Africans think New Zealand women are ugly, according to Johannesburg’s biggest daily newspaper, writes Stuart Dye.
<i>Stuart Dye</i>: Argentina are the best team at the World Cup
Argentina could win everything, or spontaneously implode. Whatever happens, you just have to watch, writes Stuart Dye.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> 'That's a handball. That'll be a red card. What a twat'
Commentators, pitch invaders, media conferences and even the All Whites feature in Stuart Dye's off-field WC highlights.
<i>Stuart Dye:</i> Vuvuzela destroying World Cup atmosphere
The problem with vuvuzelas is not what they bring to the World Cup, but what they take away, writes Stuart Dye.
<i>Stuart Dye</i>: Faith, hope ... and sports glory
Some moments live long in the memory, creating goosebumps and smiles whenever they are revisited.
Home available for World Cup - for a cool $120,000
There is still 18 months to go - but sharp homeowners are already queuing up to rent out their properties during the Rugby World Cup.