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Air NZ defends fares

Air NZ defends fares

Air New Zealand has again defended what the airline charges on its regional routes, saying profits are falling on its provincial network.

Tennis: Ferrer highlights Heineken announcement

Tennis: Ferrer highlights Heineken announcement

Three of the world's top 15 represents a good early haul for the Heineken Open but tournament organisers remains hopeful of luring more of the game's best.

Dunne duped into serial killer retweet

Dunne duped into serial killer retweet

United Future leader Peter Dunne has unwittingly paid tribute to a notorious serial killer after he fell for an online prank.

Woman mauled in dog attack

Woman mauled in dog attack

A woman is in Waikato Hospital with "significant" injuries to her face and neck after she was attacked by a dog that she had raised since it was a pup.

Fatal crash near Geraldine

Fatal crash near Geraldine

A female tourist is dead and two other visitors have been flown to hospital in serious conditions after a head-on car crash in South Canterbury today.

Rugby: SBW may take field for Counties

Rugby: SBW may take field for Counties

Auckland coach Paul Feeney is relishing the prospect of facing a few familiar initials next week.

Rugby: Retallick may be fit for Boks clash

Rugby: Retallick may be fit for Boks clash

In the race to have fit bodies available for the final Rugby Championship clash at Ellis Park, the All Blacks have got their nose in front with promising signs Brodie Retallick will be passed fit and the return of Dane Coles from parental leave.

'Seemly' leadership contest expected - Parker

'Seemly' leadership contest expected - Parker

Labour is likely to head into its leadership contest within 6-8 weeks rather than wait for a review of the party's performance to report back in December - and after an initial flurry of snipes, new interim leader David Parker said he expected it to be "seemly".

Probe into car crash involving cop

An internal police investigation is under way after a police officer was allegedly involved in a crash that injured another driver.

Parliament loses 'a decent woman'

Parliament loses 'a decent woman'

Tariana Turia arrived in Parliament with a fearsome reputation after leading the occupation of Pakaitore (Moutoa Gardens) in Wanganui. She leaves to the sort of accolades reserved for few.

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