The Earthquake Commission has apologised to nearly 10,000
claimants in the latest privacy breach blunder by a
government department, which saw information about the
claimants sent to the wrong person.
The drought encompassing the entire North Island has now
extended into the south, with the Buller and Grey Districts
now officially being declared drought zones.
A woman and a man have been charged with child abduction in
connection with the baby snatched from the intensive care
unit at Auckland's Starship Hospital last night.
New Zealand's 41-strong rowing team made a solid start to the
first world cup rowing regatta of the year in perfect
conditions in Penrith, New South Wales today.
Software companies Xero and Orion Health say they will be
able to absorb at least some of the skilled workers who are
set to lose their jobs at Telecom.
A woman killed in a freak cycling accident near Taupo has
been farewelled in Auckland this morning.
Kiwi centre Steve Adams had the stats, but Tall Black Rob Loe
got the win to progress to the third round of the US national
college basketball championship.
The Blues have reverted to their victorious combinations for
their transtasman mission to beat the Waratahs.
Dame Susan Devoy's family is defending her appointment as
Race Relations Commissioner amid calls for her to stand down.
The Police National Dive Squad will be scouring the Waikato
River today near where a road worker was shot dead, looking
for evidence that might help the homicide investigation.
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