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Death of girl 'devastating'

The Queenstown family of the toddler who drowned in Lake Wakatipu on Tuesday say they are ''absolutely devastated'' by the loss of their ''beautiful daughter''.

Gang patch bill passed

Gang patch bill passed

A bill banning gang insignia in places owned by the Crown or local authorities has passed into law tonight.

Potentially tainted infant formula reaches HK, Australia

Four batches of potentially contaminated infant formula have reached Hong Kong and Australia, the Ministry for Primary Industries confirmed this afternoon.

Fonterra says sorry to NZ public

Fonterra says sorry to NZ public

Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings apologised to consumers and to the New Zealand public over the infant formula contamination scare this afternoon.

Disgraced Dunedin lawyer charged

A Dunedin lawyer struck off over accusations of stealing nearly $3 million from clients has had 33 criminal charges laid against him.

Peters: Police wanted my phone records

Peters: Police wanted my phone records

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says he has evidence the police wanted to access his phone records during the teapot tape investigation.

Boxing: Tua injury could spark rescheduling scramble

Boxing: Tua injury could spark rescheduling scramble

If David Tua's calf injury forces his fight against Alexander Ustinov to be delayed then promoters Duco Events will be scrambling to reschedule the event mindful they will have to avoid clashes with other sports, most notably an All Blacks test.

Man charged over Taihape triple stabbing

Man charged over Taihape triple stabbing

A 53-year-old will appear in court tomorrow charged over a triple stabbing in Taihape.

Football: Smeltz confident of making World Cup playoffs

Football: Smeltz confident of making World Cup playoffs

For All Whites striker Shane Smeltz, it wasn't quite the lasting impression he was hoping to take from the Olympics.

iPhone charger trade offered after woman electrocuted

iPhone charger trade offered after woman electrocuted

Apple has launched an inquiry and is offering to exchange third party iPhone chargers worldwide after a woman was electrocuted answering her phone in China.

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