South Island compnaies performing well - report

South Island listed companies continued to perform well over the December quarter, according to the latest Deloitte South Island Index.

Cricket: NZC given $2.14 million handout

New Zealand Cricket has been given a US$1.8 million (NZ$2.14m) handout over three years by the International Cricket Council as a way to help this country become more competitive on the international scene.

Woman locks herself in car after midnight attack

A hospital employee locked herself in her car and started beeping her horn after being attacked by three men as she left Waikato Hospital shortly after midnight.

Rugby: Chiefs stick with co-captains

The Chiefs have stuck with a winning formula and reappointed Craig Clarke and Liam Messam co-captains for the upcoming Super Rugby season.

Sevens: US speedster learning fast

Sevens: US speedster learning fast

Carlin Isles has always wanted to be the fastest.

Capital braced for sevens

Extra police and ambulance officers will be on duty this weekend as tens of thousands of revellers converge on the capital for the annual international sevens tournament.

Sex tycoons buy $6.6m Auckland pad

Sex tycoons buy $6.6m Auckland pad

A pair of Wellington sex industry magnates appear set to make Auckland their home, with the purchase of a $6.65 million house in the city.

WoF debate - stats reveal our poor driving

New Zealand motorists are among the most accident-prone and most likely to die on roads, despite having one of the more frequent road-testing regimes in the world, reports show.

Enf of the line for cheap NZ wine

The days of quality cheap New Zealand wine are numbered as a nationwide fall in production has put an end to a surplus that has been the delight of price-conscious consumers.

Rugby: Carter forced to take a back seat

Rugby: Carter forced to take a back seat

Rugby star Dan Carter is not used to taking the back seat.

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