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Painters given the brush-off by DCC

Painters given the brush-off by DCC

A Dunedin painting contractor says his business - and possibly his staff - could suffer after being brushed out of the picture by the Dunedin City Council.

Canadian tourist 'fulfilled his dream'

Canadian tourist 'fulfilled his dream'

The family of one of the Canadian tourists found dead near the Kepler Track this week says the 23-year-old industrial design student had ''fulfilled his dream''.

Wheeler dampens rate forecasts

Wheeler dampens rate forecasts

The Reserve Bank yesterday did its best to dampen down expectations of the more exuberant interest rate cut expectations and indicated it clearly wanted a further fall in the value of the dollar.

TPP: Key lobbying for dairy concessions

TPP: Key lobbying for dairy concessions

Prime Minister John Key says he has been personally calling other Pacific Rim countries' leaders to lobby for dairy concessions in the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Father pleads for Colorado gunman's life

Father pleads for Colorado gunman's life

The father of the Colorado movie massacre gunman pleaded on for his son's life, showing the jury photos of family vacations when he said James Holmes was "a really excellent kid" who became mentally ill and is not to blame for his July 2012 rampage.

Madeleine ruled out as SA suitcase victim

Madeleine ruled out as SA suitcase victim

Missing UK girl Madeleine McCann has been ruled out as the young girl who was murdered with her body placed in a suitcase later found dumped in South Australia.

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