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Australia exodus - when the dream sours

Australia exodus - when the dream sours

New Zealanders caught by Australian laws excluding most from social welfare, higher education and access to permanent residency are increasingly becoming guest workers paying full tax but with few rights.

Deadline for charter schools talks blasted

Deadline for charter schools talks blasted

A teachers' union is criticising the Government for holding the consultation period for charter schools during New Zealanders' holidays.

Town shocked by attack on officer

A weekend attack on a lone policeman at Kawhia has brought back horrible memories for the town's former sole cop, who was bashed while attending the scene of a murder.

Weather prompts warning for Nth Island motorists

Police are advising caution on lower North Island roads this morning due to rain, fog and wind gusts.

Two more sought over Featherston death

Two more people are being sought over the brutal death of Featherston man Glen Jones.

Driver dies in crash with milk tanker

Driver dies in crash with milk tanker

A woman has died in a collision between a milk tanker and a car near Taupo last night.

Cricket: Wellington into semifinals

Wellington advanced to the semifinals of the HRV Cup with a win over Northern Districts today - and Auckland could join them there with one more victory.

Teen dies after drinking homebrew spirits

A teenager died after reportedly drinking home-brewed spirits at an 18th birthday party in South Auckland yesterday.

Football: Phoenix drop another game

When the Wellington Phoenix lose at home you know something is wrong.

Football: Big win for Otago over Manawatu

Waitakere and Auckland picked up ASB Premiership victories today but it was the explosive clash between Otago and Manawatu that caught the eye with five goals and five red cards.

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