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    Team New Zealand is accusing Luna Rossa of acting in bad faith

    Team New Zealand is accusing Luna Rossa of acting in bad faith


    The America's Cup challengers have convinced the Arbitration Panel to cancel two inner harbour courses, which would have provided spectacular views for people watching from the shore.

    Luna Rossa argues its sailors wouldn't have advance access...so they'd be at a disadvantage.

    Team NZ boss Grant Dalton says a deal was done in February, but then Luna Rossa had a change of staff.

    He says possibly that message wasn't passed on.

    But he says if he wasn't to be charitable, the Challenger of Record is misleading the public and the arbitration panel.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    International:
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    Rugby:
    While much of the week's been about a celebration of culture, plenty of on-field fireworks are expected when the Maori All Blacks and Moana Pasifika meet in Hamilton tonight 14:57

    Health & Safety:
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    Motoring:
    The southbound lanes of State Highway One are closed at Paremata near Wellington, due to a grass fire 14:07

    Motoring:
    State Highway Two is closed at Otoko, near Gisborne, after a serious car and motorcycle crash 13:47

    Rugby:
    If Moana Pasifika is to be added into the Super Rugby competition then it can't just become a sixth New Zealand franchise 13:47

    Law and Order:
    A jury in Jarryd Hayne's rape trial will continue deliberating on Monday after this week failing to reach a unanimous verdict 13:27

    Accident and Emergency:
    State Highway 35 has reopened, following a serious crash near Ruatoria this morning 11:57

    Law and Order:
    Romain Grosjean 's kids went through his mind as he put the handbrake on death 11:07

    Cricket:
    Fine weather's expected for the majority of the day in Hamilton as New Zealand begin their mission to eke out 20 West Indies wickets 10:47


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