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Shearer won't rule out assets buy-back

Shearer won't rule out assets buy-back

Labour leader David Shearer won't rule out supporting Winston Peters' policy of buying back Mighty River Power shares at cost if they form the next Government.

Swimmers shun shark attack beach

Swimmers shun shark attack beach

Two weeks after a fatal shark attack, things at Muriwai Beach are still a little different.

Apprentice bonus attracts young builders

More than 350 young people have signed on as building apprentices since a $2000 bonus became available last Wednesday for the first 10,000 apprentices who sign up.

Driver rescued after harbour plunge

Driver rescued after harbour plunge

A man has been rescued from a car which plunged into Auckland's Waitemata Harbour.

Rugby: No decision following Guildford hearing

Rugby: No decision following Guildford hearing

Zac Guildford's misconduct hearing has concluded tonight but the New Zealand Rugby Union says it has made no decision over whether to sack him or allow the former All Black to return to the Crusaders.

Rugby: Chiefs face big decision over Messam selection

Rugby: Chiefs face big decision over Messam selection

One of the biggest decisions the Chiefs coaches face this week is whether to select Liam Messam to play the Southern Kings in Port Elizabeth.

More compo for Wanaka model's sacked nanny

More compo for Wanaka model's sacked nanny

A nanny who was fired by her Wanaka-based international model employer has been awarded further compensation over her unfair dismissal.

Two injured in Auckland crashes

Two injured in Auckland crashes

A child is fighting for his life and a teenager has serious injuries after being hit by vehicles in separate accidents in south Auckland today.

Cricket: Juicier deck won't bother NZ

Cricket: Juicier deck won't bother NZ

New Zealand bowling coach Shane Bond and batsman Kane Williamson are embracing the prospect of a wicket with more life in it when the second test against England gets under way at the Basin Reserve on Thursday.

Hunt is on for Lotto's missing winners

Hunt is on for Lotto's missing winners

Two Lotto players with tickets worth more than $600,000 and $85,500 are among big winners yet to claim their prizes.

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