The two teams in tonight's ITM Cup Championship final can
head into the match safe in the knowledge that winning
promotion to the Premiership will mean just that.
A huge Weta Workshop sculpture of Hobbit character Gollum has
been unveiled at Wellington Airport ahead of the world
premiere of the first film in the trilogy next month.
The Labour party is calling for a Government inquiry into
police investigations as the fallout from the Red Devils
court decision continues.
Rugby legends are among the crowds arriving to farewell All
Blacks great Sir Wilson Whineray at the Holy Trinity
Cathedral in Parnell this afternoon.
A norovirus outbreak at Auckland Hospital has led to 33
elderly patients being isolated as staff put infection
control measures in place.
Fonterra today released details of its $500 million public
offer, which will be by far the biggest issue to hit the NZX
this year when it lists on November 30.
A teen who stabbed a fellow partygoer to death over a kiss
has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum sentence
of 11 years.
Defence Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman arrived home from the
Middle East this morning to confirm the Government has
offered refuge in New Zealand to 23 interpreters currently
employed by the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Bamiyan.
A law change to ban schools from drug testing students will
"seriously dent" the ability of teachers to stop drugs
entering the school gates, the principals' union says.
A Northland man who helped two foreign tourists when their
campervan was broken into and their personal belongings
stolen is out of pocket after his car was rammed by the
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