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Brendon McCullum arrives to give evidence in Chris Cairns' perjury trial

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NZC backs McCullum after Cairns acquittal

NZC has said it will support Brendon McCullum if he should face any sort of difficulty after Chris Cairns was acquitted of perjury in a London court despite the New Zealand captain having testified against the former allrounder

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The DRS debate: Nathan Lyon was controversially given not out

New Zealand in Australia 2015-16

ICC admits Llong's DRS error

The ICC has admitted that third umpire Nigel Llong made "an incorrect judgement" while deciding on New Zealand's review of the appeal for catch against Nathan Lyon

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Mark Craig removed Steven Smith and Peter Siddle in the same over

Sri Lanka in New Zealand 2015-16

New Zealand keep faith in Guptill, Craig

New Zealand retained the out-of-form duo of Martin Guptill and Mark Craig as they pruned their Test squad from 16 to 12 for the two-match home series against Sri Lanka that begins on December 10

Melinda Farrell and Daniel Brettig

Nathan Lyon was walking off the field while the third umpire deliberated over the appeal for catch

NZ in Australia 2015-16

Did Lyon decision contravene ICC directive for DRS?

Nathan Lyon's reprieve during the Adelaide Test appears to have been in direct contravention of the ICC's directives for umpires using the DRS

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Chris Cairns arrives on the final day of the judge's summing-up at Southwark Crown Court

Chris Cairns perjury trial

How the Cairns trial unfolded

Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice following a nine-week trial at Southwark Crown Court. Here's how the events unfolded

Melinda Farrell in Adelaide

Brendon McCullum cleans up in the field

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

Playing the blame game not our mentality - McCullum

Brendon McCullum offered no excuses for his side's loss in Adelaide despite being at the receiving end of a contentious call involving Nathan Lyon. Instead, he chose to harp on the positives

In the spotlight: The first day of day-night Test cricket had over 47,000 fans in attendance

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

Day-night Tests 'here to stay' - McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has declared day-night Test cricket "here to stay" after the conclusion of the inaugural floodlit match at Adelaide Oval, a popular success despite its three-day running time