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Yachting: Air NZ supplying Team NZ's rivals

Air New Zealand is a supplier to New Zealand's America's Cup arch-rivals Oracle.

Pike re-entry plan near approval

There is uncertainty over what recovery workers will find if they re-enter the Pike River mine, but the families are confident the plan will go ahead, says Bernie Monk.

Air force in crisis after Air NZ raid

The air force has contingency plans to ask former pilots to prepare for a return to service as an aggressive Air New Zealand recruiting campaign has left it monitoring its ability to keep planes in the air.

Drunk quad bike driver avoids jail

A man who seriously injured his 6-year-old daughter when he crashed his overloaded quad bike while driving drunk avoided prison due to the "appalling experience".

Teen points firearm at relative

Police are looking for a teenage boy who pointed a firearm at a relative in Takapau in central Hawkes Bay on Tuesday night.

Swimming: Boyle speeds to short course victory

Swimming: Boyle speeds to short course victory

Lauren Boyle has carried her medal-winning form from the world swimming championships to short course racing with victory in the Netherlands.

Rugby: Blues get Benji but not Barrett

Rugby: Blues get Benji but not Barrett

Benji Marshall has given verbal confirmation he will sign with the Blues but Beauden Barrett confirmed last night he will be staying with the Hurricanes.

Retesting Bain murder gun

Retesting Bain murder gun

New tests will be carried out next week on the gun used in the Bain family murders. The tests will by done by police with David Bain supporter Joe Karam and forensic scientists present.

Rugby: Vito won't be heading offshore

Rugby: Vito won't be heading offshore

Victor Vito isn't going anywhere.

Spierings apology clouded

Spierings apology clouded

As Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings was apologising to consumers and the New Zealand public over the infant formula contamination scandal yesterday, it emerged four batches of potentially tainted product had reached Hong Kong and Australia.

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