Four men have been arrested after armed police stopped a car
in North Dunedin early this morning, finding methamphetamine
worth up to $42,000 and $7500 cash.
Action has been taken against 15 Queenstown businesses - most
in the food and beverage sector - found to be in breach of
employment and immigration laws.
Childrenswear retail chain Pumpkin Patch has warned if
Christmas trading does not match expectations, it was at risk
of breaching its banking covenants.
A young man who was behind the
wheel of a ute that hit a commuter train in Wairarapa,
killing his 15-year-old girlfriend, has been sentenced to 200
hours' community service.
Prime Minister John Key is "in denial" over a report which
backs Dirty Politics allegations his staff used information
from the SIS to orchestrate a smear campaign against former
Labour leader Phil Goff, the Opposition says.
The white police officer recalled that he felt like a
powerless child sitting inside his patrol vehicle as the fist
of a black teenager swung through his open window.
The gay marriage debate is set to reignite with Liberal
Democrat David Leyonhjelm to introduce legislation to allow
same-sex couples to tie the knot.
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