The stabbing of a 21-year-old man in central Dunedin early
yesterday has left the man who rushed to his aid questioning
the state of his city.
Environmental campaigners have shown even picture-postcard
Queenstown has a problem with plastics and waste.
Solid growth in listed companies is predicted for the
forthcoming NZX reporting season, which is expected to be
dominated by the six property companies.
The man and woman accused of killing a Taupo 3-year-old have
pleaded guilty to manslaughter and ill-treating a child.
The Prime Minister of France says the bombing of the Rainbow
Warrior by French agents in Auckland in 1985 was a "huge
Five Seattle police officers were injured and at least nine
people arrested after unruly demonstrators hurled projectiles
and Molotov cocktails and broke windows, authorities say.
He's a bronc riding, world-record setting "stick-throwing''
Five years ago floods linked to a La Nina weather pattern
nearly brought Australia's coal industry to a standstill.
With another of the sea-cooling events now forming and the
risk of heavy rains returning, mining companies say they are
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