Wellington have done reasonably well without him of late but
they are an infinitely better side with Paul Ifill, and they
welcome the influential striker back for the first of two
home games in five days.
Police say a sighting of a capsized boat off the coast near
Levin was possibly "an optical illusion''.
A young Auckland man had a "close shave with death'' when he
was pulled, blue and barely breathing, from a rip at a
A young man stabbed and beaten to within an inch of his life
was targeted for wearing a red top, police say.
The ASB Classic is still waiting for its first upset after
three more seeds progressed comfortably to the second round
at Stanley St today.
Workers on remote Raoul Island are struggling with unanswered
questions as hopes fade for their missing colleague, feared
swept out to sea.
A woman has been killed and two others seriously injured in a
head-on smash north of Hunterville this afternoon.
Eastland Group has announced net profit of $4.2 million for
the six months to September 30, 2011, down $400,000 on the
same period in 2010 due to higher depreciation charges.
A gyrocopter pilot has spoken of walking away unurt from a
crash at Whangarei Airport yesterday.
If Netherlands sailor Bart Lambriex's confidence levels are
an indication, expect him to be on the podium when the world
optimist championships end in Napier next week.
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