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Another EQC privacy breach revealed

Another EQC privacy breach revealed

Details of a new privacy breach involving the Earthquake Commission has been revealed in Parliament today.

Rugby: Smith and Perenara cleared to play

Rugby: Smith and Perenara cleared to play

Hurricanes backs Conrad Smith and TJ Perenara have both come through training today and will take their place in the starting XV to meet the lowly Southern Kings at Westpac Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Govt in talks over Tiwai subsidy

The Government is negotiating a new taxpayer-funded subsidy with Tiwai Point aluminium smelter's owners and has all but acknowledged its assets sales programme is being used by them to get a better deal on power prices.

Rugby: One change for Blues

Blues coach Sir John Kirwan has made just one injury-enforced change to the starting XV for Saturday's match against the Chiefs in Mount Maunganui.

Gorse fire threatened houses

Gorse fire threatened houses

A large gorse fire threatened three houses near Wellington's southern coast this morning.

Telecom to axe up to 1230 jobs

Telecom to axe up to 1230 jobs

Telecom says it will axe between 930 and 1230 jobs by the middle of this year as part of its efforts to cut costs.

Rabbits and buns on Easter hazard list

Hunting for Easter eggs is coming with a $12.2 million warning this Easter, after nearly 20,000 people injured themselves at the expense of taxpayers last year.

Leading Kiwi Sikh held on terrorism charges in India

Leading Kiwi Sikh held on terrorism charges in India

A New Zealand Sikh community leader has been arrested in India on terrorism charges.

Jerry Collins released from jail

Jerry Collins released from jail

Former All Black Jerry Collins will return to New Zealand after being released from custody in Japan.

Cyclist killed in Christchurch crash named

A cyclist killed at an Christchurch intersection this morning has been named by police.

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