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Air NZ wins quick benefits from Hobbit

Air NZ wins quick benefits from Hobbit

Air New Zealand says it is already benefiting from The Hobbit, even before the movie's wide release.

Cricket: Split captaincy shapes as likely outcome

Cricket: Split captaincy shapes as likely outcome

Splitting the captaincy roles between encumbent Ross Taylor and rival Brendon McCullum is emerging as the short-priced outcome from the New Zealand leadership shambles.

Search over for mother, children

The search is over for a mother and her two children who were feared taken hostage by a man who was reportedly armed.

Golf: Title still wide open in Otago

The Toro Men's Interprovincial title remains wide open after play today at the Otago Golf Club.

Cricket: Rain ruins the day

Rain ruined any chance of an outright result on day four of the Plunket Shield clash between Northern Districts and Canterbury at Seddon Park in Hamilton today.

Christchurch teachers to strike over reforms

Christchurch teachers have today voted to strike in protest against radical Government education reforms in the rebuilding city.

Cricket: Changing the skipper won't solve problems

Cricket: Changing the skipper won't solve problems

OPINION: Putting a band-aid on a war wound doesn't stop a soldier from bleeding to death and changing the captain of the New Zealand cricket team won't gloss over the numerous holes in the side.

Two crashes claim three lives in an hour

Two crashes claim three lives in an hour

Crashes in Christchurch and Marlborough killed three people within an hour today.

MP slams Solid Energy

[imageSolid Energy should have seen the coal price crisis coming and prepared for it, says West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O'Connor.

New leads on murder mystery

Members of the public have come forward with new information about the 1969 murder of Welsh hitchhiker Jennifer Beard.

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