At least four people were injured after two cars collided
head-on in the Bay of Plenty last night.
A Whakatane woman is in hospital with critical injuries after
being struck by two cars travelling in opposite directions.
Prime Minister John Key has secured a one-on-one meeting with
Russian President Vladimir Putin at this weekend's summit of
Apec economies in Russia.
New Zealand came out on the wrong end of an epic tussle with
India, but they did restore some credibility to the test side
after a disastrous year in the whites.
North Harbour cemented their position as ITM Cup cannon
fodder with a mainly lethargic home ground defeat against
Counties Manukau last night.
The number of youths taking their own lives has surged by
more than 40 per cent, and the suicide of a child under nine
has been recorded for the first time.
The partial sale of Mighty River Power has been delayed until
next year, Prime Minister John Key confirmed this afternoon.
For Conrad Smith, training today in Wellington was another
step towards a return to the All Blacks following his eye
injury. But for Daniel Carter it was a journey back to the
dark days of last year's World Cup injury.
An arm injury means wicketkeeper Kruger van Wyk won't take
the field for the remainder of the test against India in
The New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team will be return
to New Zealand from Bamiyan Province by the end of April next
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