Skiers could be in for a perfect finish to the 2012 season
tomorrow but not before the South feels a wintry sting today
An Australian company charged the Pike River Coal receivers
about $170,000 for its robot, which is still stuck down the
mine two years after the fatal explosions.
A legal challenge taking the Hastings District Council to
task over the validity of a targeted rate could be the first
of its kind tried in New Zealand.
The entrails of slaughtered farm animals are being dumped in
a stream that flows into Castlecliff Beach - and the council
is powerless to stop it happening.
A bug suspected to be the highly contagious norovirus has
broken out at the Wairoa Hospital and Health Centre,
affecting an unknown number of staff and patients.
A person has been taken to hospital with serious injuries
after a car crashed into a mangrove swamp in south Auckland
Claims the convicted fraudster who oversaw the construction
of Christchurch's doomed CTV building stole the identity of a
British engineer and faked his engineering degree, have been
upheld after an investigation.
The Bank of New Zealand could look to buy Tower's KiwiSaver
business after plans to launch its own scheme appear to have
been scuttled by a law change, sources say.
Auckland are adopting a more mature attitude as they prepare
for their Champions League qualifying tournament in South
Africa next week.
Former All Black Mils Muliaina, 32, is at the centre of a
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