A solution to ease the congestion and sometimes chaos on
Christchurch roads has been unveiled.
Michael Taylor wants to pass on two vital messages after fire
gutted his family's two-storey rented home.
Four months ago, Therese Walsh was downplaying the prospect
of New Zealand having an equal share in the 2015 Cricket
The advent of live 1st XV coverage hasn't so much changed the
nature of the 1A competition as fast-tracked it down a path
it was already on.
The man held responsible for causing one of New Zealand's
worst motorcycle accidents has plead guilty to his part in
East Coast blindside flanker Brent Ingram yesterday became
the first Coast player to score a try in a Ranfurly Shield
challenge against Waikato at Ruatoria.
Odd years seem to go well for Feleti Mateo, and the Warriors
second-rower will hope 2013 ends at least as favourably as
the last couple.
Trent Boult was a toddler when the last cricket World Cup was
played in New Zealand and now he has 19 months to prove he
should be involved in the next one on these shores at the
start of 2015.
A police officer was injured and four police vehicles were
damaged after a home owner disturbed a burglar, sparking an
incident that went through a number of Auckland suburbs.
State-owned Solid Energy has been fined $71,000 in Greymouth
District Court for safety failures at the now-mothballed
Spring Creek Mine after a coalminer was struck by a lump of
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