Sharebroking firm Forsyth Barr was not brought into disrepute
when its senior analyst Guy Hallwright was convicted for
running a man over, and it was unjustified in sacking him,
his lawyer says.
Good news Book Depository customers - your Christmas orders
"absolutely should'' arrive before the big day.
A television personality's appeal against his conviction and
sentence for indecently assaulting his 4-year-old daughter
has been dismissed by the Court of Appeal.
A Waikato family of five killed in a crash were well-known in
their small community, which has been left traumatised by
their deaths, police say.
Up to 2000 babies have been recalled to hospital to have
their hearing checked after the Ministry of Health discovered
"irregularities" in its national newborn screening programme.
The first drink-drivers sentenced under new legislation will
be eligible to install an alcohol interlock system for their
vehicles from today.
The Government has been accused of being a Christmas Scrooge
and increasing petrol prices in order to protect its promise
to get back into surplus in 2014-15.
The Black Caps have opened their tour of South Africa on a
winning note, beating South Africa A by 24 runs in
A 7-year-old boy at the centre of a Kiwi mum's court battle
over his cancer treatment must undergo more surgery, a High
Court judge in Britain has ruled.
Kyle Mills grabbed the second 10-wicket haul of his
first-class career today to put Auckland in a prime position
to claim an outright victory over Canterbury heading in to
day four of their Plunket Shield match at the Eden Park Outer
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