Police intercepted phone calls between a toddler's mother and
Joel Loffley, the man accused of the murdering the child.
Two Rotorua women have been arrested and charged after a man
was allegedly tied up, gagged and robbed.
Fletcher Construction could be fined up to $250,000 after
admitting a health and safety breach.
Scrummaging became the All Blacks bete noir on their last
visit to Europe in 2010 and might again be a problem area
given New Zealand's lack of exposure to the new engagement
A truck that plunged into a central North Island stream this
morning was not carrying any radioactive substances,
according to the Fire Service, but its driver is still
A second teenager has been charged with murder in relation to
the death of south Auckland man Tamati Tupe.
Prime Minister John Key denied in Parliament yesterday that
he had said British football star David Beckham was "as thick
The sponsor of a bill to legalise same-sex weddings says
marriage is an evolving institution, and many opponents of a
law change were in denial about the fact that homosexuals had
held equal rights in New Zealand for 27 years.
Police investigating illegal spying on Kim Dotcom by the GCSB
have received security clearances to conduct their inquiries
- from the other spy agency which reports to the Prime
Although it would not be politic for it to say so publicly,
the Beehive will be quietly pleased Barack Obama has won the
US presidential election.
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