The man at the centre of a massive hunt in Ashburton today
after two Work and Income workers were shot dead and a third
critically injured has been taken into custody.
Bathurst Resources has posted a net loss of $188.9 million
for the year to June 30, mainly due to writing down $449.9m
on its Buller Coal Project.
A fatal microlight crash near Westport has been blamed on the
pilot breaking Civil Aviation rules.
It was more about being riverside than the catches on the
opening day of the season as whitebaiters braced a cutting
wind on the Grey River today.
Foodstuffs' Little Shop miniature toy grocery items promotion
has been criticised by Geoff Simmons on Gareth Morgan's web
site Gareth's World in a piece headlined "New World wants to
turn your kids into fat zombie customers".
Labour leader David Cunliffe says he expects to be consulted
on an inquiry into Judith Collins's alleged dealings with
blogger Cameron Slater.
Steven Alker has finished in a share of 41st at the Web.com
Tour's first playoff event, the Hotel Fitness Championship,
Labour has unveiled a $100 million plan for an urban rail
system for Christchurch with Leader David Cunliffe earmarking
existing transport funding for the project.
An overnight bus trip has turned into a night from hell for
37 passengers on a Naked Bus trip from Wellington to Auckland
Tom Walsh has scored another shot put podium finish
overnight, finishing third at the ISTAF Berlin World
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