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Three rescued after Auckland boat capsizes

At least three people were rescued from Auckland's Waitemata Harbour this afternoon when their boat capsized near the harbour bridge.

Overheating light caused fire

An electrical fault in a fluorescent light fitting caused the fire that extensively damaged the Fisher Aluminium factory in Gisborne last month.

Up-skirt video teacher named

Up-skirt video teacher named

A high school teacher who has admitted making secret up-skirt videos can be named for the first time today.

Cricket: How blasts his way to 200

Cricket: How blasts his way to 200

Central Districts opener Jamie How has blasted the first double century in domestic one-day cricket in New Zealand against Northern Districts at Seddon Park in Hamilton today.

Crash trio deny manslaughter charges

Three relatives, two without licences, were racing unsafe vehicles at high speeds on a winding, undulating road after an afternoon of drinking shortly before a crash that killed two young girls, a court has been told.

Cricket: Off-field incidents bring unwanted attention to NZ Cricket

New Zealand Cricket faces more than England as an adversary with claims of two off-field incidents involving alcohol seeping into the public domain ahead of today's first test in Dunedin.

League: SkyTV talks unresolved as kick-off looms

Sky TV negotiators were this morning still in talks for rights with the NRL body - on the eve of the 2013 league season kickoff.

Rugby: Dagg returns to fullback for Crusaders

Rugby: Dagg returns to fullback for Crusaders

All Black Israel Dagg has been shifted back to fullback for the Crusaders' match against the Hurricanes at Westpac Staidum on Friday night after an unsuccessful stint on the wing in the side's opening loss to the Blues last weekend.

Slimmers making bad choices

Slimmers making bad choices

Slimmers turning to low-fat foods could be piling on the pounds.

Dunne warns Key of ticking 'time-bomb'

Government support partner Peter Dunne has sent a "time-bomb warning" to Prime Minister John Key, saying his "cut through" approach over the SkyCity convention centre and Hobbit law changes risks becoming a major problem.

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