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Sonny Bill Williams sports his new jersey for Blues against Hurricanes

Sonny Bill Williams sported his newly-designed Blues jersey at Auckland's Eden Park tonight in his side's Super Rugby match against the Hurricanes.

The jersey was adorned with the Plunket logo stitched on to both sides of the collar.

New Zealand Rugby and the Blues this week to Williams' request to have advertising from BNZ and Investec removed from his jersey.

Williams raised eyebrows last week when he taped over the BNZ logo on the collar of his Blues jersey.

Radical new jersey for All Blacks

RNZ reports the traditional white of the alternate All Blacks jersey remains the primary colour, but the colour black is retained in a graphic design through the collar, chest and shoulders, with the players also wearing black shorts and socks.

adidas Rugby spokesperson Simon Cartwright said it was "a striking, new design inspired by the team's creativity and their dynamic style of play".

Rapper Fetty Wap injured after motorcycle crash in New Jersey

Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale told NBC New York that the 25-year-old entertainer was said to be in stable condition at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center where he was being treated for undisclosed injuries after his motorcycle collided with a car.

While Wap's injuries are not considered life-threatening, police said he was ticketed for unlicensed and uninsured operation of a vehicle and with failure to produce a vehicle registration. E! News has reached out to the rapper's rep for comment.

Man charged with killing 7 in 2 states is due in court

Twenty-two-year-old Todd West and two co-defendants face a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on homicide and robbery counts.

Police have said West confessed to the July 5 shooting deaths of a man and a woman in Allentown.

West, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, is charged separately with four homicides in Elizabeth and a fifth homicide in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Twin brothers found shot to death inside car in New Jersey

Police found 26-year-old Markice and Maurice Harper dead in Camden just after 7:30 a.m. Friday.

The Camden County prosecutor's office says the brothers were from the Fairview section of Camden.

The vehicle has been identified as a silver 2011 Jeep SUV.

Authorities believe the brothers were shot hours before a passing motorist called 911.

Man gets 15 months in prison for carving swastika into lawn

Scott Cooney of Lakewood was sentenced Friday. He had pleaded guilty in June to bias intimidation.

The judge said Cooney had written threatening and bias letters to the victims despite an order not to have contact with them.