Otago Daily Times: National News

Judge to ask jurors if they can be impartial

Judge to ask jurors if they can be impartial

The judge in the Blessie Gotingco murder trial will take the rare step of asking each jury member whether they can be impartial after they have heard all the evidence.

Companies fined after worker's fall

Two companies have been ordered to pay $70,000 after a worker fell 3.2m into a well cellar at a mothballed oil and gas facility in Taranaki.

Toddler seriously hurt in Auckland accident

Toddler seriously hurt in Auckland accident

A car that hit a toddler and his grandmother on Mount Eden Rd earlier today has been taken away by police for a forensic examination.

Tooth puller claims there was consent

Tooth puller claims there was consent

The man who tore women's teeth out with pliers while he was having sex with them believed there was consent and thought he was helping and not hurting them, a court has been told.

McDonald's tries to bring the lovin' back

McDonald's tries to bring the lovin' back

McDonald's global headquarters is concerned customers aren't lovin' it anymore, and is working on a plan to win them back.

Toddler hit on busy road

A 3-year-old child was taken to hospital in a serious condition and woman in a moderate condition after the toddler ran into traffic on Mt Eden Rd today.

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