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Woman rescued after car crashes in paint spill

A trapped woman was rescued from a car after a crash which spilled hazardous paint over a west Auckland road this morning.

Dotcom tells National Party hackers to back off

Dotcom tells National Party hackers to back off

Government ministers and MPs are divided on whether the hacking of National Party websites is a legitimate protest or cyber crime.

Racist taxi passenger invited to mosque

Racist taxi passenger invited to mosque

The racist taxi passenger who targeted a Pakistan-born cabbie with a foul-mouthed anti-Islamic tirade has been invited to an 'Islam open day' to broaden his mind on the religion.

Golf: Ko eyes 'fun week' at British Open

If her first practice round at the Home of Golf is anything to go by, Lydia Ko is in for an exciting week at the British Open, which tees off on Thursday.

Data cable coup for Whangarei

Northland is poised to become a hub of technological development as an undersea cable to connect New Zealand to the United States is proposed to come ashore in Whangarei.

Woman charged with murdering godson

Woman charged with murdering godson

The trial of a woman charged with murdering her godson has begun at the High Court at Auckland.

Financial problems behind axing of youth TV channel

Financial problems behind axing of youth TV channel

Financial problems and viewer preferences are behind TVNZ's decision to axe its youth channel and replace it with a time-delayed broadcast of TV2.

Officer in mysterious photo lived in Dunedin

Officer in mysterious photo lived in Dunedin

The mystery of a Kiwi officer photographed with a woman in the Somme region during World War I may have been solved, with a military historian identifying the man as Captain Albert Arthur Chapman.

Coleman says 'no evidence' to back spying claim

There is "no evidence" surveillance was organised by the military against a Kiwi journalist working in Afghanistan, says Defence Minister Jonathan Coleman.

Hawkes Bay teen finds internet fame

Hawkes Bay teen finds internet fame

Jamie Curry's videos about anything and everything have attracted millions of fans from around the world. She is regularly stopped in the street by fans and has had media requests from as far afield as Belgium and Hungary.

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