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Web inventor says internet should be free

Web inventor says internet should be free

People using file-sharing websites should be given the chance to do the right thing and pay for what they're using, the inventor of the worldwide web says.

Sacked nanny wins payout from Wanaka model

Sacked nanny wins payout from Wanaka model

A nanny fired by an international model from Wanaka whose five children complained she swore at them and drove too fast has been awarded almost $6000 for unfair dismissal.

Cricket: Ross Taylor's comeback continues

Cricket: Ross Taylor's comeback continues

Ross Taylor's comeback tour continued at Eden Park's outer oval today, where the former New Zealand skipper watched Auckland take charge against Plunket Shield leaders Central Districts.

Woman charged with murder after man stabbed

A woman has been charged with murder after a man was stabbed in the chest at a block of flats in Wellington last night.

Golf: Brown shoots course record to qualify for Open

Wellington golfer Mark Brown fired a course record at Kingston Heath in Melbourne today to win a spot at the 2013 British Open.

Bain seeks judicial review

Bain seeks judicial review

David Bain has filed a High Court claim against Justice Minister Judith Collins seeking a judicial review of her actions since she received the Justice Binnie report last August 2012.

$600 fine for first NZ music pirate prosecuted

The first music pirate stung under new file-sharing laws has been fined $616 but said they "didn't realise" the actions were illegal.

Rural worries over cut in post delivery

The move to introduce three-day-a-week postal delivery could unfairly disadvantage rural consumers and businesses in the remotest parts of New Zealand, say Rural Women New Zealand.

Blenheim man threatens to blow himself up

A man who barricaded himself inside a room at a Blenheim motel and reportedly threatened to blow up gas canisters is being spoken to by police.

Big dry starts to bite

Big dry starts to bite

Hot, dry weather has many Bay of Plenty dairy farmers struggling to make ends meet and Tauranga staring down the barrel of the third driest month in living memory.

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