A man who stabbed two tourists in Taupo has been sentenced to
five years and eight months in prison.
Kiwirail will cut 181 jobs in a bid to save $200 million.
The families of the two
New Zealand soldiers killed in Afghanistan over the weekend
have both spoken of the important work the two men felt they
were doing during their first stint in the war-torn Bamiyan
New rugby laws aimed at keeping the game invigorated will be
implemented in this year's ITM Cup, Heartland Championship
and national women's competition as part of a global trial of
new IRB laws.
Manawatu amateur Joshua Munn carded a one-under par 69 in the
final round of the Bay of Plenty Open yesterday to win by
three shots from Waikato's Luke Toomey.
Turoa Skifield has reopened after Mt Ruapehu was hit by three
avalanches yesterday, but mountain patrollers continue to
assess the slopes.
Kiwi Chris Gaffaney has been selected to umpire at the
upcoming ICC under-19 cricket World Cup.
The design company behind the CTV Building put a junior
draughtsman in charge of coming up with its drawings, a
hearing heard today.
Police will speak to the parents of three young children left
sleeping in a car with the keys inside before it was stolen
from outside a west Auckland house last night.
A 51-year-old fisherman was rescued from a commercial fishing
boat near Nelson this morning.
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