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Shots fired during police chase

Shots fired during police chase

An armed man fired shots and attempted to carjack three cars before being arrested in Tauranga last night.

Fire tears through Auckland film studio

Dozens of firefighters attended a blaze which tore through one of the biggest film studios in the country last night.

Rugby: Crusaders encouraged by Brumbies' semifinal defeat

Rugby: Crusaders encouraged by Brumbies' semifinal defeat

It ended in failure but the Brumbies' efforts in their semifinal against the Waratahs in Sydney have provided the Crusaders with plenty of encouragement.

Suppresion for second man charged over Gisborne murder

A man charged with being an accessory to the murder of Gisborne man Douglas Deb-Den Witeri in April was given interim name suppression when he appeared in Gisborne District Court yesterday.

Dotcom ordered to reveal assets

Dotcom ordered to reveal assets

A judge has ordered internet mogul Kim Dotcom to reveal his assets after fears he is asset-dumping by bankrolling his Internet Party.

Kaikohe pair face drug charges

Two people in Kaikohe have been arrested on drugs charges.

Cricket: Satterthwaite and Tahuhu return for White Ferns

Cricket: Satterthwaite and Tahuhu return for White Ferns

Veteran White Ferns Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu will return to the national side for their upcoming tour of the West Indies in September.

Football: Chatham Cup semis confirmed

The dates and kick-off times for the semifinals of this year's Chatham Cup have been confirmed.

Football: James set for French challenge

All Whites midfielder Chris James spent more than six months without a club but is keen to continue his career in France after linking with CS Sedan Ardennes earlier this month.

Novopay no longer a 'dog'

Novopay no longer a 'dog'

After pouring $45 million in to fixing Novopay, the teachers' payroll system is no longer a "dog" and teachers will be thankful that the Government has taken it over Prime Minister John Key says.

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