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Appointment 'totally ethical'

Prime Minster John Key is continuing to deny wrongdoing in the appointment process of New Zealand's top spy.

Wellington council puts hold on outsourcing

Wellington councillors have put a hold on outsourcing more infrastructure work after having to accept 27 job losses.

Mighty River shares unveiled

Mighty River shares unveiled

The Government has set a price of $2.35 to $2.80 per share for the partial privatisation of Mighty River Power, the Minister of State Owned Enterprises, Tony Ryall, says.

Abduction accused lose name suppression

Name suppression has been lifted for a man and woman who are believed to have been with 18-year old Jovaan Graham, who was found dead outside Pohlen Hospital in Matamata early on Wednesday morning.

Shadbolt pushing power use debate

Shadbolt pushing power use debate

The Invercargill City Council and Venture Southland will invest heavily to generate a public debate on electricity use in New Zealand, if Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt has his way.

New leads in death of gunned-down roadworker

New leads in death of gunned-down roadworker

Detectives hunting the killer of roadworker George Taiaroa are investigating new leads after an appeal on TV show Police Ten-7 last night.

Cricket: Taylor signs up for CPL

Cricket: Taylor signs up for CPL

Black Caps batsman Ross Taylor has become the third foreign player to sign for the Caribbean Premier League.

Emergency landing at Auckland airport

A plane forced to land at Auckland airport early this morning had engine failure.

Apartments evacuated after fire

Residents of a central Wellington apartment block were evacuated today after a fire on the first floor.

Body found in burnt van

A man died in a van fire in Wellsford, north of Auckland early today.

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