Golf: Lee leads the way in California

New Zealand No 1 Danny Lee could hardly have wished for a better start to the second stage of qualifying for next year's PGA Tour.

90 jobs to go in partial Hillside sale

90 jobs to go in partial Hillside sale

Nearly 90 workers face redundancy, with the news only part of Kiwirail's Hillside Workshop in Dunedin has been sold.

Mayor demands explanation after Auckland rail chaos

Auckland Mayor Len Brown has demanded an explanation from KiwiRail after two rail problems in little more than 12 hours caused commuter chaos.

Vodafone loses 50,000 customers

Vodafone loses 50,000 customers

Vodafone lost 50,000 mobile customers between July and September, on the back of similar losses in the New Zealand market earlier this year.

Man admits causing hunting mate's death

When Rotorua man Henry Robert Worsp thought he saw a stag on September 7, he aimed for his target and shot at it.

Hockey: New faces feature in Black Sticks

New Zealand men's hockey coach Colin Batch has made it clear he's searching for the next group of Black Sticks as he looks to the 2016 Olympic Games.

Warning issued after violent death

Warning issued after violent death

The man being sought after the violent death of a woman in Wellington may pose a threat to the general public, police say.

Alleged sex offender collapses in dock

A high-profile Far North business identity collapsed in the dock this morning during a bail application relating to multiple sex charges.

Drunk teen girls pepper-sprayed

Two 14-year-old girls were so drunk when they were found in a Kaitaia street they vomited after being placed in police cells to the point of almost choking.

New political party formed

The newly formed NZ Rural Party will hold its first public meeting at the Okaihau Community Hall in Northland on November 24.

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