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  •   Home > News > Sports

    Lydia Ko has a third major win in her sights

    Lydia Ko has a third major win in her sights


    The world number three is tied for second at the women's PGA Championship in Maryland after carding a five under par 67 second round, making six birdies.

    She's five under for the tournament, six shots behind Korean leader In Gee Chun.

    Ko acknowledges she's in a great position, but she says it's hard to win.



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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    Police have ramped up their presence in the Waikato town of Te Aroha while they continue to investigate an "ongoing incident" 9:39

    General:
    Lisa Carrington continues to reign supreme in women's kayaking 9:29

    Living & Travel:
    A Canterbury woman remains missing after five days of extensive searching 8:29

    Law and Order:
    Police are appealing for information about the death of a 23-year-old in New Plymouth last week 8:29

    International:
    Ukrainian woman risks her life to rescue wild animals from war with Russia, going $290,000 in debt 8:19

    Living & Travel:
    Much of Auckland and the upper North Island is waking up to another morning of heavy fog 8:09

    Business:
    Fiji becomes first Pacific nation to recognise waste pickers as the world's invisible environmentalists fight to be seen 8:09

    Rugby League:
    The Cowboys have beaten the Bulldogs 28-14 and the Knights have defeated the Wests Tigers 14-10 in NRL league action 7:59

    Entertainment:
    Max George is said to have split from his ex-WAG girlfriend Stacey Giggs for a second time 7:54

    Cricket:
    To the women's T20 cricket final between Australia and India 7:49


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