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Police warned after fake body lost

Police are on alert that if a body is found floating in the water along Wellington's south coast, it could be fake.

Rugby: Injury advantage to ABs over Wallabies

Rugby: Injury advantage to ABs over Wallabies

Graphs and statistics are essential tools for test rugby coaches and the All Blacks will be appreciating their injury spreadsheets.

Rugby: Canterbury demolish Hawkes Bay

Canterbury overcame a rugged start against Hawkes Bay in Napier tonight to earn a 44-3 bonus-point victory and put themselves in an excellent position to secure a home semifinal.

Rugby: Coles and Elliot fighting for one spot

Rugby: Coles and Elliot fighting for one spot

Dane Coles and Hika Elliot are both likely to be on a plane to the northern hemisphere later this year but what team they will represent remains a mystery.

English sailor presumed dead

An English sailor planned to "fly under the radar" when he left on a fateful voyage to Australia, an inquest has been told.

'Unusual chain of events' led to toddler's death

A mother was probably distracted for only a moment before a crash with a bus that claimed her 3-year-old son's life, a coroner has found.

High demand for Steel & Tube shares

Just over half the shares in steel products distributor Steel and Tube were snapped up in a matter of hours after they were put up for sale by its parent company, Australia's Arrium, the deal's underwriters Craigs Investments Partners said.

Bail granted for women accused of leading tax fraud

Bail granted for women accused of leading tax fraud

A woman accused of leading a group responsible for a million-dollar Inland Revenue fraud has been granted bail while she awaits trial.

Hawke's Bay police bust meth ring

Hawkes Bay police have busted a significant methamphetamine supply ring which they believe has been operating throughout Hawke's Bay and Auckland over the past year.

Bar owner pleads guilty after Blenheim death

A Blenheim bar owner who had been on trial for the manslaughter of a patron has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in the High Court at Wellington.

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