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Decision on Bain compensation delayed

Decision on Bain compensation delayed

The Cabinet has delayed its decision on what to do next in the David Bain compensation claim at his request, Justice Minister Judith Collins said today.

Teen tramper winched from canyon

A teenage tramper who slipped on a rock in a remote Canterbury canyon has been winched to safety by a helicopter in a daring rescue.

Alleged abductor remains in custody

Alleged abductor remains in custody

A woman alleged to have abducted her 2-year-old granddaughter from the Otago Farmers Market on Saturday will remain in custody until her application for bail is heard in the Dunedin District Court tomorrow.

Mourners farewell burns victim

Shalvin Prasad, whose scorched body was found in a scrub fire in Kingseat, Auckland, loved football and Bollywood music.

Murder accused appears in court

Two men arrested in connection with the killing of a young Levin father have appeared in the Palmerston North District Court today.

Teen dies from bee sting

A teenage girl stung by a bee has died from an allergic reaction.

Aussie wine industry slams NZ's sauvignon blanc

Aussie wine industry slams NZ's sauvignon blanc

The Australian wine industry has hit out at New Zealand's sauvignon blanc, with one Aussie wine-maker labelling it "the McDonald's of wines".

Police may appeal sportswoman's drink-drive discharge

Police are taking legal advice over whether to appeal against a judge's decision to grant a discharge without conviction to a sportswoman on drink-driving charges and suppress her name.

Solid Energy chief resigns

Don Elder has resigned as chief executive of Solid Energy, effective immediately, the state-owned coal company said in a statement.

'Deepening pessimism' on sheep, beef farms

'Deepening pessimism' on sheep, beef farms

A long spell of dry weather and the high dollar are causing "a deepening pessimism" to spread among sheep and beef farmers around the country.

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