Susan Wood to front 'Q+A'

Susan Wood will be the new permanent host of TVOne's Sunday morning political show, Q+A.

Two injured in crash near Masterton

One of two female occupants of a hatchback car was flown to Wellington Hospital with serious injuries after the vehicle left the road near Masterton just after 3pm today.

Solid Energy talking with banks

Solid Energy talking with banks

The Government is holding a briefing on Solid Energy's worsening financial position.

People desperate for water on West Coast

A prolonged dry spell on the West Coast is expected to continue through to March, leaving many on water rations.

Woman injured in cliff plunge

A woman in her 50s was knocked unconscious and suffered a suspected broken arm when she fell down a cliff in Whangarei this morning.

Witnesses sought after rural fires

Witnesses are being asked to come forward following a series of suspicious rural fires west of Hamilton early this morning.

Population tipped to hit 5m by 2026

New Zealand's population growth is expected to slow over the next 10 years than it has in the past and at the same time an increasing number of Kiwis are leaving to live overseas.

Rugby: Woodcock, Nonu get nod for Highlanders

Rugby: Woodcock, Nonu get nod for Highlanders

All Blacks and former Blues players Ma'a Nonu and Tony Woodcock will represent the Highlanders in a competition game for the first time tomorrow night.

Key retreats from convention centre statements

Key retreats from convention centre statements

Prime Minister John Key has backed away from statements to Parliament about SkyCity hatching a land deal with TVNZ to make room for the larger convention centre he wanted.

Ericsson brings 30 jobs to Wellington

Swedish company Ericsson is opening a new facility in Wellington which will service the rollout of the ultra-fast broadband scheme and create 30 jobs.

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