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Petrol spill after Tauranga crash

Emergency services are at the scene of a crash in Tauranga.

Appeal for leads after fatal crash

Police have appealed for information from anyone driving in the area of Bainesse Rd at Rangiotu, near Palmerston North, where 16-year-old Courtney Hagley crashed and died on Monday morning.

Hockey: Oceania Cup tournament heads to Taranaki

Hockey New Zealand have won the rights to host the 2013 Oceania Cup, which will see both the men's and women's sides heading to Taranaki to take on Australia in October.

Basketball: Te Rangi squeezes out Henry at Breakers

The Breakers have known about Reuben Te Rangi's rising potential for some time and they have now put their faith in him by cutting Leon Henry from their roster.

Rugby: Boric gets all-clear for Blues

Anthony Boric has been given the all-clear to resume playing after another neck injury and has been named on the Blues reserves bench to play the Stormers on Friday night.

Supermarkets undecided on youth wage

Supermarkets undecided on youth wage

Foodstuffs says its supermarkets are still deciding whether to adopt the new youth wage, which came into effect today against the backdrop of union opposition.

Fonterra may cut 300 jobs

Fonterra may cut 300 jobs

Fonterra Co-operative Group, which imposed a hiring freeze in February, may eliminate up to 300 jobs as it seeks annual cost savings of $65 million a year, adding to $60 million of cost cutting already targeted for 2013.

Sea sludge swamps Mount Maunganui beach

Mount Maunganui beach has been swamped by thick sea sludge.

Jury retires in Hallett trial

Jury retires in Hallett trial

The jury in the Menzies Hallett murder trial has retired to consider its verdict.

Mourners gather to farewell Horomia

Mourners gather to farewell Horomia

Heartfelt wailing was the backing track as the body of Labour MP Parekura Horomia was bought onto Hauiti Marae in Tologa Bay this morning.

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