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Cricket: Unlikely pace bowling trio doing job for NZ

Cricket: Unlikely pace bowling trio doing job for NZ

Ian Butler, Trent Boult and Mitchell McClenaghan don't appear to share a lot in common but they're a pretty useful pace bowling unit when they pull on their international Twenty20 strips for New Zealand.

Manslaughter charge after airgun death

Police have charged an Auckland man with the manslaughter of his friend who was shot dead with an airgun during a drinking session.

Shearer supports living wage campaign

Shearer supports living wage campaign

Labour Leader David Shearer says he supports the campaign for a living wage hourly rate of $18.40.

Tame Iti granted parole

Tuhoe activist Tame Iti has had his Valentine's Day wish granted with the Parole Board showing him "some love".

10-year-old charged over death of Kiwi boy

A 10-year-old boy has been charged with manslaughter over the killing of a 6-year-old Auckland boy.

Online Media Standards Authority confirmed

New Zealand's major radio and TV broadcasters today confirmed the launch of the Online Media Standards Authority, a new industry funded, self-regulatory body to oversee online news and current affairs content standards.

Major drugs bust in Mount Maunganui

A father and son are due in court after police discovered 350 grams of cocaine and methamphetamine hidden in a Mount Maunganui apartment block storage unit plus a sizeable sum of cash.

Safe new police station opens in Christchurch

A new $22 million Christchurch police station officially opened today is one of the safest buildings in the city.

Baby JJ killer given life

Baby JJ killer given life

Joel Loffley has been sentenced to life in prison with a non-parole period of 19 years for the murder of baby JJ in Auckland.

Lundy wins right to appeal

Lundy wins right to appeal

Mark Lundy has won the right to appeal to London's Privy Council against his convictions for the murder of his wife and daughter.

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