One person is dead after their car veered off the road and
crashed into a bank on the West Coast this afternoon.
WorkSafe has filed a charge against the Ministry of Social
Development following the Ashburton Work and Income shootings
Human remains found in Aoraki-Mt Cook National Park could
solve a 42-year-old mystery, park rangers say.
Two members of a defunct Dunedin bowling club have been made
bankrupt after failing to return monies wrongfully taken by
them from the sale of the club's Dunedin premises.
It was a big day in the life of three young whio (blue
ducks), and a milestone in the Department of Conservation's
(Doc) efforts to protect a vulnerable species.
Otago's economic growth remains high, but the region, after
being one of the top three for the past year, has now slipped
to sixth place out of 14.
The tourist driver of a rented people mover that crashed and
killed one person has been charged with careless driving
Labour leader Andrew Little told Australian Prime Minister
Tony Abbott in their private meeting that Australia's air
strikes against Isis in Iraq make sense because the Iraqis
were saying air strikes were making a difference.
Angela Stead knows how to cook a good lamb roast.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cannot
go on forever, Australia's deputy prime minister says, and
discussions are already under way between Australia, China
and Malaysia as to whether to call off the hunt within weeks.
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