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Bain compensation case back in court

Bain compensation case back in court

David Bain's case against Justice Minister Judith Collin's handling of his bid for compensation will be back in court today.

Grieving parents fight for return of son's body parts

Grieving parents fight for return of son's body parts

The parents of Zachary Gravatt, who died of meningococcal disease, have revealed a fresh agony they faced in putting their 22-year-old medical-student son to rest.

Hundreds confess low pay to IRD

The Inland Revenue Department has been flooded by a last-minute rush of confessions from people who paid themselves artificially low salaries to avoid the top personal tax rate.

Angry Pike River families slam report

Angry Pike River families slam report

Upset families of the 29 men killed at Pike River "cannot accept" findings of a report that absolves government employees of any blame for the 2010 tragedy.

Big Day out returns to Auckland

Big Day out returns to Auckland

Music festival The Big Day Out is coming back to Auckland next year at the new venue of Western Springs.

Rugby: Hansen knows some players will have to move on

Rugby: Hansen knows some players will have to move on

Steve Hansen's biggest challenge during the next two years will be deciding which of his ageing warriors he casts aside ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Rugby: Vito still out for Hurricanes

Rugby: Vito still out for Hurricanes

Hurricanes No 8 Victor Vito remains hobbled by a tight calf and won't play in this Saturday's Super Rugby outing against the Blues at Eden Park.

Anthrax hoax at Auckland hotel

A hoax anthrax threat made to an inner-city Auckland hotel this afternoon is being investigated by police.

Rugby: Carter out for another three weeks

Rugby: Carter out for another three weeks

Absent for a fortnight due to parental leave, now All Blacks first-five Dan Carter faces another three weeks on the sidelines after straining a hamstring in training with the Crusaders.

Netball: Van Dyk won't be punished for comments

Netball: Van Dyk won't be punished for comments

Irene van Dyk has been let off with a warning from transtasman netball netball league officials after her controversial outburst over the aggressive approach of the West Coast Fever defence.

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