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Couple challenges coroner's finding in Asher case

Couple challenges coroner's finding in Asher case

Submissions have begun this morning in the judicial review of a coroner's finding following an inquest into the death of Iraena Asher at an Auckland beach.

Swimming: World records fall at NZ champs

Paralympians Sophie Pascoe and Mary Fisher set world records on the third morning of the New Zealand swimming championships in Auckland this morning.

Partygoer claims sex was consensual

A man has denied raping a woman near a Rotorua skate park, claiming the sex was consensual.

League: Seymour books into clinic to take on depression

League: Seymour books into clinic to take on depression

Former Warriors halfback Brett Seymour has been booked into a clinic set up by former Arsenal defender Tony Adams to tackle his depression after he recently crashed his BMW into two parked cars.

Couple charged over child's broken leg

An Upper Hutt couple have been charged with child neglect after a 3-year-old girl was hospitalised with a leg so badly broken that doctors considered having it amputated.

Media ban on Doha fire trial

A blanket media ban is preventing coverage of a court hearing into the deadly Doha mall fire that killed 19 people, including New Zealand triplets.

Midwife could face action

A midwife could face disciplinary action for failing to take proper care for a young woman whose baby was born with no heartbeat after she went into early labour.

League: Punter picks eight to win $250,000

League: Punter picks eight to win $250,000

A Wellington punter has collected a $250,000 payout from the TAB after successfully picking eight second round NRL winners.

Sections bought in 1939 reap family $7 million

Sections bought in 1939 reap family $7 million

A World War II soldier's smart investment in prime Auckland land has provided a windfall for his family 80 years later.

David Shearer's $50,000 'oversight'

David Shearer's failure to declare a US-based bank account containing more than $50,000 on the MPs' Register of Pecuniary Interests was an "unfortunate" mistake of a type the Labour Party is quick to criticise the Government for, Prime Minister John Key says.

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