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Young NZer lay dead in flat for days

Young NZer lay dead in flat for days

A young New Zealand woman lay dead in her apartment in Melbourne for days before she was found.

Eating for two in pregnancy 'a myth'

Eating for two in pregnancy 'a myth'

The saying that pregnant woman need to "eat for two" is a myth thought to have contributed to high rates of excessive weight gain.

Man killed at crossing may have tried to beat train

A man is believed to have been trying to beat a train at a level crossing when he was hit and killed last night.

Cricket: Test call-up on cards for McCullum

Cricket: Test call-up on cards for McCullum

The one gap on Nathan McCullum's cricketing CV could be filled next month.

Rugby: Jane injury puts focus on wing stocks

Rugby: Jane injury puts focus on wing stocks

No Zac Guildford and now, probably, no Cory Jane until the end of the year.

Seven Sharp starts with a wobble

Seven Sharp starts with a wobble

I haven't always had a great track record when it comes to predicting the life and success of local TV shows. When Holmes launched, I suggested the star himself would be reduced to doing ads for opticians within weeks, writes Colin Hogg.

Rugby: Piutau to miss clash with Folau

Rugby: Piutau to miss clash with Folau

Injured Blues fullback Charles Piutau has shed his moonboot but will not duel with the Waratahs wunderkind codehopper Israel Folau this weekend.

Dry January parches North Island

Dry January parches North Island

One of the driest Januaries in more than 100 years has resulted in an "extreme" and "severe" lack of soil moisture across all of the North Island.

Novopay inquiry head appointed

Sir Maarten Wevers has been appointed to head the Ministerial inquiry into controversial education payroll system Novopay.

Woman in intensive care after fall from car

A young Christchurch woman who fell out of a moving car early yesterday remains in intensive care and is unable to tell police what happened.

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