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Key arrives at marae amid tension

Prime Minister John Key made it safely onto Te Tii Marae this morning after a tense stand-off over who should escort him.

Holmes begins final journey

The body of Sir Paul Holmes left his Hawkes Bay home this morning in a moving ceremony.

'Sloppy' agent messes up house deal

A real estate agent who gave a first-home buyer incorrect information has been found guilty of "sloppy and unprofessional" conduct.

Chinese firm plans to build milk plant

China's Yashili New Zealand Dairy Co has entered into a conditional agreement to buy industrial land for a proposed infant milk formula plant at Pokeno in Waikato.

Ex-cop outraged by sports star's drink-driving let-off

A long-serving traffic officer says a judge's decision to discharge a drink-driving sportswoman without conviction has made a mockery of the system and undermined police.

Young NZer lay dead in flat for days

Young NZer lay dead in flat for days

A young New Zealand woman lay dead in her apartment in Melbourne for days before she was found.

Eating for two in pregnancy 'a myth'

Eating for two in pregnancy 'a myth'

The saying that pregnant woman need to "eat for two" is a myth thought to have contributed to high rates of excessive weight gain.

Man killed at crossing may have tried to beat train

A man is believed to have been trying to beat a train at a level crossing when he was hit and killed last night.

Cricket: Test call-up on cards for McCullum

Cricket: Test call-up on cards for McCullum

The one gap on Nathan McCullum's cricketing CV could be filled next month.

Rugby: Jane injury puts focus on wing stocks

Rugby: Jane injury puts focus on wing stocks

No Zac Guildford and now, probably, no Cory Jane until the end of the year.

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