Queenstown policewoman found guilty

Queenstown policewoman found guilty

A Queenstown policewoman accused of racially abusing a taxi driver in the resort last year has been found guilty.

Council supports physio pool

Council supports physio pool

The Dunedin physio pool seems set to get a reprieve until June and has a shot at a longer future, with a Dunedin City Council offer of support.

Winz shooting: accused in court

Winz shooting: accused in court

Russel John Tully has appeared in the Christchurch District Court over the Ashburton Work and Income shooting.

Dunedin

Pharmacy faulted in prescription mistake

Pharmacy faulted in prescription mistake

A Dunedin man's ''tragic death'' from a toxic overdose of rheumatoid arthritis medication could have been prevented if a pharmacist had picked up a doctor's prescribing mistake, a coroner has found.

Concept plans; now for the money

Concept plans; now for the money

The Wanaka Community House Trust might still have $2.8 million of fund-raising to do, but chairwoman Dame Sukhi Turner hopes a start on the building can be made next year.

Terms of trade still at 40-year high

Terms of trade still at 40-year high

New Zealand's terms of trade remain at a more than 40-year high despite weakening prices for dairy, the country's biggest export.

Key defends choices for Collins probe

Key defends choices for Collins probe

Prime Minister John Key has defended his choice of a government inquiry into former Justice Minister Judith Collins' dealings with former Serious Fraud Office boss Adam Feeley in the face of Opposition calls for a broader inquiry into Dirty Politics allegations that also takes in the Oravida affair.

Police promise further CTV investigation

Police promise further CTV investigation

A further criminal investigation into the collapse of Christchurch's CTV building during the February 2011 earthquake will be undertaken, police say.

Agri-careers promoted

Agri-careers promoted

Agriculture is ''far more than milking cows and drafting sheep''.

Pakistani soldiers clash with protesters

Pakistani soldiers clash with protesters

Pakistani soldiers and paramilitary forces have secured the state television headquarters in Islamabad after a crowd of anti-government protesters stormed the building and took the channel off the air.

Policeman charged over Sydney robbery

A suspended police officer has been charged, along with two others, over an attempted robbery outside a money transfer business in Sydney's west.

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