The Muriwai community is disgusted by a US TV shows that
pokes fun at New Zealand shark attack victim Adam Strange.
The grieving mother of a dead Kiwi soldier asked for the
return of his clothes but was told they were burned as the
items were considered "bio-toxic".
A wheelchair-bound man has died in a house fire in Napier
The minister in charge of sorting out the Novopay debacle,
Steven Joyce, says debt collection has now ceased following
revelations teachers were being chased for overpayments as
low as $22.
The New Zealand men's hockey side clinched a morale-boosting
3-0 win over Korea at the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament in
Malaysia last night.
Finance Minister Bill English says the Government is on track
for a Budget surplus in 2014-2015 despite the drought, but
said it would affect the economy for a couple of years.
Labour leader David Shearer won't rule out supporting Winston
Peters' policy of buying back Mighty River Power shares at
cost if they form the next Government.
Two weeks after a fatal shark attack, things at Muriwai Beach
are still a little different.
More than 350 young people have signed on as building
apprentices since a $2000 bonus became available last
Wednesday for the first 10,000 apprentices who sign up.
A man has been rescued from a car which plunged into
Auckland's Waitemata Harbour.
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