Woman dies, two injured; 1 arrest

Woman dies, two injured; 1 arrest

Dunedin police were last night investigating the death of a middle-aged woman at a Waldronville property.

Claim training environment unsafe

Claim training environment unsafe

Orthopaedic surgery at Dunedin Hospital is not adequately staffed to provide a safe training environment, Dunedin Hospital orthopaedic surgeon Prof Jean-Claude Theis says.

10 reasons the Highlanders will beat the Hurricanes

10 reasons the Highlanders will beat the Hurricanes

The plans have been prepared. The players are primed. The fans are pumped. Now it's GAME ON.

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Enrolment schemes: in the zone or out

Enrolment schemes: in the zone or out

King's High School is just days away from making a historic decision about whether to follow the Ministry of Education's advice and establish an enrolment scheme at the school. 

Assault victim recovering well; co-accused named

Assault victim recovering well; co-accused named

A Wanaka man left fighting for his life after an attack in May is making good progress and will be released from hospital later this month, his father says.

Mortgage lending up $1.5 billion in May

Mortgage lending up $1.5 billion in May

Alarm Bells will be ringing for the Reserve Bank after May delivered a ''whopping'' $1.5billion growth in mortgage lending, with total New Zealand home lending now topping $202 billion.

Hospital accused of bullying

Hospital accused of bullying

One of the country's largest training centres for intensive care specialists has lost its accreditation amid reports of bullying and harassment.

State house sell-off planholds many a bombshell

State house sell-off  planholds many a bombshell

Bill English sure dropped an almighty bombshell in confirming the possibility that hundreds of the country's state houses could end up in Australian hands.

Greeks head towards vote in anger and confusion

Greeks head towards vote in anger and confusion

As Greece heads to a referendum that could decide its future in the euro zone, long queues at cash machines have become the most potent symbol of the cost of the deadlock between the left-wing government and its international lenders.

AFL coach killed, son in custody

AFL coach killed, son in custody

Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh is dead after being stabbed multiple times during an argument at his family home.

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