Pilot's suspected aneurysm

Pilot's suspected aneurysm

A trail-blazing New Zealand pilot has died after suffering a medical episode minutes after landing a Dreamliner plane full of passengers at an Australian airport.

Video: Armed robbery in Invercargill

Video: Armed robbery in Invercargill

 

Invercargill police are hunting a masked man who robbed a dairy at gunpoint this afternoon. 

Internet restored after outage in the South

Internet restored after outage in the South

Internet service stopped for some customers in the South when a underground fibre cable was cut in Rakaia this morning.

Dunedin

'Crazy' times as cruise ship kept in city

'Crazy' times as cruise ship kept in city

Dunedin had a flood of visitors yesterday, thanks to the unexpected and longer-than-usual visit of a cruise ship.

No plans for more flights

No plans for more flights

The two airlines flying domestic routes to Queenstown are coy about a call for more flights into the resort this summer.

BNZ profit rises as deposits increase

BNZ profit rises as deposits increase

The Bank of New Zealand reported an improved profit and a large jump in deposits yesterday as calls mount for the Government to provide some protection on customer savings.

Baby safe after being abducted in Hamilton

Baby safe after being abducted in Hamilton

Police are hunting a person of interest and speaking to another after an 8-week-old baby boy was abducted from his home as he slept, before being returned unharmed to the Hamilton police station less than an hour later.

Turia's last day as co-leader of the Maori Party

Turia's last day as co-leader of the Maori Party

It was Tariana Turia's last day as co-leader of the Maori Party and at her marae near Whanganui the big issue of the day was panic over a trifle shortage.

No hope for survivors in Sri Lanka landslide

No hope for survivors in Sri Lanka landslide

Hopes of finding survivors under the mud and rubble of a landslide in Sri Lanka have run out, although a government minister has cut the estimated death toll to over 100 from 300.

Mystery surrounds temple nailgun attack

Mystery still surrounds a bizarre incident that left a monk and a buddhist temple president with nails in their heads at a Sydney temple.

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