A law which takes away the legal right to a tea break and
weakens collective bargaining has taken line honours as the
first law change passed in National's third term, squeaking
into law by 62 votes to 58.
When an Auckland midwife turned up to the airport 19 minutes
before her flight and was told she could not check in she
said: "I'm going to cause a ruckus".
The number of patients suffering injuries or errors in care
at New Zealand hospitals and health care providers is on the
Motueka man who allegedly
presented a firearm at a group of people has still not been
caught by police.
A police car were rammed twice by a driver trying to flee
from pursuing officers in Christchurch, police say.
Murder convictions have been
quashed and new trials ordered for two women sentenced in
2010 over the brutal street slaying of a man in
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