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Dotcom calls 'press conference like no other'

Dotcom calls 'press conference like no other'

Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has invited media to "a press conference like no other" to promote the launch of his new file sharing website.

Teen sex attack on Boxing Day

A teenage woman was sexually assaulted by a stranger in Te Awamutu early on Boxing Day.

Cyclone forming in Coral Sea

Cyclone forming in Coral Sea

A new cyclone is forming in the Coral Sea, just two weeks after Cyclone Evan tore through the Pacific.

Police attacker urged to turn himself in

A man who attacked two police officers in Huntly on Christmas Day is being urged to turn himself in before the local community does.

Grave fears for missing tramper

Grave fears for missing tramper

Specialist cavers and a rescue helicopter will today resume their search for a tramper missing in Kahurangi National Park near Nelson.

Football: Wood moves to Leicester

New Zealand footballer Chris Wood has moved from English Premier League side West Bromwich Albion to Championship team Leicester in a $2.95 million deal, according to reports in the UK.

Call for trampers to carry beacons

Call for trampers to carry beacons

Rescue staff are renewing calls for trampers to carry emergency beacons after the partner of a wounded Dunedin woman descended Mitre Peak and kayaked back to Milford village to raise the alarm.

Is it a crib or a bach?

Is it a crib or a bach?

Some New Zealanders go to their bach during the holidays, others to their crib.

Celebrity honours cost $250,000

New Zealand universities have spent more than $250,000 dishing out honorary degrees to celebrities and visiting dignitaries, a Herald investigation into the eight institutions has found.

Tennis: Nadal on Heineken Open radar

Tennis: Nadal on Heineken Open radar

Global tennis phenomenon Rafael Nadal is being lined up to play in the Heineken Open in Auckland next month, nine years after he appeared on the backcourts as a virtual unknown.

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