With Canada's three main political parties all getting
around 30 percent support in polls, the odds of a period
of political instability after the
October 19 election are rising.
The Bay of Plenty Steamers did enough to remain in the
Championship semifinals calculations in this dreary encounter
Dunedin Police are hoping to find the owners of four pieces
of jewellery found during a police search in June.
Two men are being sought following the theft of a septic
waste truck in Dunedin yesterday.
The forest fire which threatened electrical infrastructure at
Waipori Falls now appears to be under control.
A train and car collided this afternoon, leaving a woman
A man has been charged following a fatal crash on the
Hakataramea Valley Rd, near Kurow, in May.
The wait is over: the final four
designs for a proposed new national flag have been revealed.
The White House is considering a "wide array" of options for
closing the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
spokesman Josh Earnest said on Monday, declining to rule out
executive action as an option.
Missing 83-year-old Wanaka woman Janette Eleanor Anderson has
been found safe and well.
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