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He had arrived back in Auckland from overseas on Tuesday.
The former All Blacks winger, whose imposing physique and often brutal running game provoked in opponents equal amounts of admiration and fear, had suffered from health problems since calling time on his playing career in 2002 due to a rare kidney disease, nephrotic syndrome. He underwent a kidney transplant in 2004 and had been on dialysis treatment for the past 10 years.” – TheGuardian.com
P.S. But do we really die and rest in peace? You may want to have a read of this.