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Cat drowned in lobster trap

SPCA staff believe a cat found drowned in Auckland's Waitemata Harbour on Sunday was lured into a lobster trap and left in the water to die.

Genesis Energy ready for partial sale

Genesis Energy chairwoman Dame Jenny Shipley says the state-owned enterprise is ready for partial sale but is coy on whether she will be leading the company on the sharemarket.

Novopay: Union takes legal action

Novopay: Union takes legal action

The Post Primary Teachers' Association has launched a group legal action seeking compensation for members affected by the Novopay payroll system.

Minimum wage to rise

Minimum wage to rise

Labour Minister Simon Bridges today announced the minimum wage is to rise to $13.75 an hour.

Golf: Ko rises in world rankings

Golf: Ko rises in world rankings

New Zealand's Lydia Ko has moved up one spot in the women's world golf rankings after a top-20 finish in Thailand on Sunday.

Football: Herbert steps out of the fire

Football: Herbert steps out of the fire

OPINION: It's appropriate Ricki Herbert's 2009 book was titled A New Fire because he has been trying to get the blaze under control at the Wellington Phoenix since being appointed coach in 2007.

Kids rushed to hospital in pills scare

The mystery pills swallowed by 12 primary school children today were a harmless herbal remedy, toxicology results have concluded.

Protest vessels collide with whalers

Anti-whaling Sea Shepherd vessels have collided with the whaling ship Nisshin Marym.

Basketball: Breakers coach Lemanis to celebrate 250 games in charge

Basketball: Breakers coach Lemanis to celebrate 250 games in charge

Andrej Lemanis will become just the fifth coach to celebrate 250 games in charge of one ANBL team when the Breakers play the Adelaide 36ers at Vector Arena on Thursday night.

Kiwi cop 'beaten repeatedly' before death

A Kiwi policeman who died in Tonga suffered heavy blows to the head and was allegedly beaten repeatedly by five local police officers and a prisoner.

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