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Auckland waterfront 'fitness bombed'

Auckland waterfront 'fitness bombed'

Soldiers "fitness bombed" joggers on Auckland's waterfront as part of a campaign to improve the fitness of those wanting to enlist.

Woman detained after police pursuit

The 32-year-old female passenger and alleged drug mule involved in a police pursuit that ended in a crash on Yaldhurst Road in Canterbury on Monday has been released from hospital and is being detained by police.

Postie fired over erratic riding wins job back

Postie fired over erratic riding wins job back

A motorcycle postman who was sacked after allegedly riding erratically while using his mobile phone has won his job back.

No conviction over spectacular boat crash

A spectacular maritime collision will cost an Auckland finance company executive more than $11,000 but he has avoided a conviction.

Train death driver gets community service

Train death driver gets community service

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.

Mfat chief executive resigns

Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive John Allen is resigning to take up a role in the private sector.

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