A man was killed by a train near Te Awamutu early this
There is more traffic chaos on Auckland's roads as thousands
flock to today's Pasifika Festival and the Kumeu Show.
Prime Minister John Key says compensation to schools to halt
legal action over the Novopay system is a possibility, if the
teacher unions would agree to a package.
Belarusian shot putter Nadzeya Ostapchuk, who was stripped of
her Olympic Champion title, has been caught doping again.
A fire has significantly damaged two vehicle testing stations
in a Nelson commercial building.
Each hit of the tackle bag is bringing Richard Kahui closer
to a long-awaited return, but the pain - both physical and
mental - remains.
New Zealand knew they would have to come up with something
special if they were to beat tournament favourites Australia
in the playoffs of the World Softball Championships.
Prime Minister John Key and his State Owned Enterprises
Minister Tony Ryall say they have no problem with former
Solid Energy boss Don Elder appearing before a select
committee to answer questions about Solid Energy's problems.
An Auckland fruit and vegetable supplier says trade is the
worst it has ever been and he can only see prices rising if
the hot, dry weather continues.
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