More than 40 people were arrested in Christchurch today as
university students celebrated the end of semester by getting
into costume - and some by getting into into trouble.
The GCSB considered recording Prime Minister John Key's
address to staff when he visited the spy agency in February -
but decided against it before he arrived.
Large areas of New Zealand are preparing for a storm cell
"bigger and nastier'' than the weather bomb that tore roofs
from homes at Wanganui earlier this year.
Forensic scientists have been called in to investigate a
fatal house fire on the East Coast.
Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society and Green Party
opposition to Bathurst Resources' plans for mining on
Buller's Denniston Plateau is not based on facts, says Buller
Mayor Pat McManus.
The Rescue Coordination Centre is crediting an emergency
locator beacon with saving a man's life after he got
hypothermia on a hunting trip in Fiordland.
An alcoholic caught drink driving for the seventh time had a
six-year-old child in the car when she was pulled over.
Police are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose
body was found in a sleepout in south Auckland this morning.
Labour, the Greens and New Zealand First plan to run their
own inquiry into the manufacturing sector in New Zealand.
An Omokoroa woman who lived in a household where violence and
drug abuse was the norm has been jailed for four months for
wilfully ill-treating her children.
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