High school pupil Jess Maynard admits Facebook can be a
distraction when it comes to homework.
A three-year-old girl, seriously burnt in a car fire in
Gisborne, has been transferred to the specialist burns unit
at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland.
An accused sex offender from the West Coast was able to adopt
a new name and flee to Australia because a Ministry of
Justice employee ticked the wrong box on a form, an internal
review has revealed.
A 23-year-old Canadian tourist has been assaulted and robbed
in the Bay of Islands - the second incident of its type in
the holidaying hotspot this week.
Prime Minster John Key is continuing to deny wrongdoing in
the appointment process of New Zealand's top spy.
Wellington councillors have put a hold on outsourcing more
infrastructure work after having to accept 27 job losses.
The Government has set a price of $2.35 to $2.80 per share
for the partial privatisation of Mighty River Power, the
Minister of State Owned Enterprises, Tony Ryall, says.
Name suppression has been lifted for a man and woman who are
believed to have been with 18-year old Jovaan Graham, who was
found dead outside Pohlen Hospital in Matamata early on
The Invercargill City Council and Venture Southland will
invest heavily to generate a public debate on electricity use
in New Zealand, if Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt has his
Detectives hunting the killer of roadworker George Taiaroa
are investigating new leads after an appeal on TV show Police
Ten-7 last night.
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