Pool lifeguards use CPR to save boy

The condition of a 10-year-old boy who was pulled out of a west Auckland swimming pool yesterday has improved.

Housing plan a winner for Labour

JThe Labour Party housing policy for first-home buyers has struck a chord despite the Government's attempts to write it off as expensive and unrealistic.

Rugby: Weepu vents anger over stolen iPhone

Rugby: Weepu vents anger over stolen iPhone

All Black Piri Weepu went online to vent his anger after thieves broke into his car and stole his iPhone while he was out diving.

MP slams polygamy claim on gay bill

The MP behind a law change to legalise gay marriage has slammed the "dishonest" argument by opponents that her bill will pave the way to polygamous relationships.

Divers to search Waikato River for missing tourist

Divers will this morning search for a swimmer, believed to be an Australian tourist, who was reported missing yesterday afternoon.

Mayhem on Auckland motorway after drunk steals taxi

Mayhem on Auckland motorway after drunk steals taxi

An intoxicated man who sparked a police pursuit overnight after he stole the taxi he had been riding and sped down an Auckland motorway the wrong way has been arrested.

Bowls: Brassey triumphs once more

Thirty-two years after he led for legendary Nick Unkovich and the Okahu Bay four in winning his first New Zealand title, Rowan Brassey yesterday skipped his underdog composite team to a stunning 19-18 victory over Andrew Kelly's also composite line-up to claim his eighth national crown at Taranaki's Paritutu Bowling Club.

Trampers trapped on Milford Track

Trampers trapped on Milford Track

Gales and heavy rain have closed the Milford Track for the second time in just over a week, trapping 89 trampers, including children, in three huts.

Cricket: Stags end Aces' playoff hopes

A determined run chase from the Central Stags ended the Auckland Aces' HRV Cup playoff hopes at New Plymouth's Pukekura Park today.

Tennis: Sam hopes to play it again

For a player who once served a record 10 consecutive aces, it was quite some admission by Sam Querrey that he felt he had served the best he had ever done in his straight-sets win over Olivier Rochus today.

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