Prime Minister John Key has expressed his sadness at the
death of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
A man who allegedly tore victims' teeth out with pliers is
set to face trial in Wellington next year.
The panel looking at New Zealand's constitutional
arrangements says it did not find strong support for
republicanism in the 120 meetings it held and 5259 written
submissions it received.
A thief who dashed out of a jewellery store wearing a $13,000
sapphire ring yelled "thank you very much" to staff as she
ran to her getaway car.
Kindergarten teachers around the country will protest today
against ongoing cuts to funding in their sector.
A woman has died after her car crashed into a horse on a
rural road near Christchurch.
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