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Charges unlikely over baby in car

Charges unlikely over baby in car

A woman who went shopping while her baby was left alone in the car is unlikely to face charges, police say.

Court martial for army officer

A New Zealand Army officer charged with beating a fellow soldier has appeared before a court martial this morning at Linton Army Camp.

Dotcom case back before court

Kim Dotcom's case is back in court today where legal arguments are happening behind closed doors.

Football Ferns climb into top 20

The New Zealand women's football team are back among the world's top 20 nations after equalling their highest ever position in Fifa's world rankings, released late last week.

Rugby: Faumuina out for six weeks

There's more bad news for the Blues after yesterday's last-gasp 30-27 defeat by the Waratahs in Sydney - prop Charlie Faumuina is out for up to six weeks with a calf strain.

Rugby: Loss of Read big blow for Crusaders

Rugby: Loss of Read big blow for Crusaders

The Crusaders' chances of winning the Super Rugby competition were severely hit last season when No8 Kieran Read was unavailable for the semifinal against the Chiefs due to a rib injury.

Voters divided on four-year term

Voters divided on four-year term

Voters are almost evenly split on whether the parliamentary term should be extended from three to four years in the latest poll - a narrow margin believe it should stay at three years despite general agreement among politicians that a move to four is warranted.

Violent offender deported to NZ

A New Zealand-born man jailed in Queensland for attacks on taxi drivers and a pizza deliverer is being deported to this country - despite having lived half his life in Australia.

Truck camera footage scoured for shooting leads

Truck camera footage scoured for shooting leads

Detectives are investigating cab-mounted cameras in commercial trucks to try to find the person who shot dead George Taiaroa in Aitiamuri last week.

30 police officers walked Collins from shop

30 police officers walked Collins from shop

It took more than 30 Japanese police officers to take former All Black Jerry Collins into custody - despite the fact he didn't behave violently or resist arrest.

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