Chris Cairns' legal team has struck back at revelations he is
one of three former New Zealand players being investigated by
the International Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption and
Security Unit over allegations of match-fixing.
The sister of Phil Nisbet suspected his death wasn't a
suicide and spent the next two years doing her own "detective
work", feeding information to police, a court heard today.
Christchurch-based company City Care has been awarded the
tender to maintain Dunedin's water and wastewater network, in
a decision that affects 30 Dunedin City Council staff.
Twelve years after Sir Peter Blake was murdered by pirates
while monitoring the marine environment in Brazil, his
environmental legacy lives on through a Dunedin teenager.
The Southern District Health Board has declined to discuss
with the Otago Daily Times the impact of LSD and ecstasy in
the Wanaka area.
Queenstown-based online discount booking company Bookme has
been named the highest ranked New Zealand company in the
annual Deloitte technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index.
A man who allegedly tore victims' teeth out with pliers is
set to face trial in Wellington next year.
Bradley Ambrose, the freelance cameraman who recorded the
so-called "teapot tapes" conversation between Prime Minister
John Key and Act's John Banks is taking defamation action
against Mr Key.
The story of Earnscleugh Station was told at a field day
at the property last month. Reporter Timothy Brown went along
to hear how a rabbit-plagued desert was transformed into an
award-winning showcase of farm management.
South Africans united in mourning for Nelson Mandela on
Friday, but some feared the anti-apartheid hero's death could
leave their country vulnerable again to racial and social
tensions that he did so much to pacify.
Talks continue between Holden and the federal government amid
claims from senior ministers the car manufacturer will pull
out of Australia from 2016.
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