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MRP shares set at $2.50

The Government has secured a mid-range price for its sale of Mighty River Power shares but just one in four of those who pre-registered ended up buying shares.

Rugby: Assistant referee's complaint leads to misconduct hearing for Stormers

Rugby: Assistant referee's complaint leads to misconduct hearing for Stormers

A complaint by assistant referee Sheldon Eden-Whaitiri over sideline abuse from the Stormers could be costly for the South African franchise.

Rugby: Rennie hopes enthusiasm will make up for Cruden's absence

Chiefs coach Dave Rennie has named an inexperienced backline minus the guiding hand of Aaron Cruden to play the Force but hopes enthusiasm will make up for the absence of the All Black.

Cheerleading coach's victim: 'It's time to make a change'

Cheerleading coach's victim: 'It's time to make a change'

A cheerleading coach jailed for sexually abusing three young women has been urged by one of his victims to get help.

Banks in court over mayoral donations

Banks in court over mayoral donations

Act Party leader John Banks says he has "nothing to fear" from a private prosecution alleging he knowingly received political donations from internet mogul Kim Dotcom and SkyCity that were recorded as anonymous.

Four arrested after 'fantasy' intercept

Four people have been arrested in Wellington after 20 litres of the drug GBL, worth $120,000, was intercepted by Customs.

Smoke from boat engine sparks fire call

A boat's dirty engine sparked an emergency callout to Kapiti Island today after a witness mistakenly thought smoke was coming from the conservation area.

'Georgie Pie' announcement tomorrow

McDonald's says it will make announcement tomorrow regarding a return of Georgie Pie.

Rugby: Replacement players called into NZ sevens side

New Zealand sevens coach Gordon Tietjens has called in North Harbour pair David Raikuna and Tevita Li to his squad ahead of this weekend's tournament in London as injury cover.

'We have no intention of paying a cent' - Waihopai protestors

'We have no intention of paying a cent' - Waihopai protestors

One of the protesters who sabotaged a radar dome at the Waihopai spy base says he has no intention of paying a cent to the Government spy agency if his appeal against damages fails.

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