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Queenstown businesses breach employment standards

Queenstown businesses breach employment standards

Fifteen Queenstown employers have been found breaching employment standards.

Man jailed for Porirua attack

Man jailed for Porirua attack

A man has been sentenced to six and a half years in jail after violently attacking two women at a Porirua house last year.

Report critical of Smith's release

Report critical of Smith's release

The Department of Corrections underestimated Phillip Smith when they planned his temporary release from prison, an inquiry has found.

Reshuffle aims to end infighting

Reshuffle aims to end infighting

Labour leader Andrew Little says his new caucus lineup is designed to give a new generation of MPs a chance to shine while putting an end to the infighting that has marred the party's performance in recent years.

Mum hits out as court bails her attacker

Mum hits out as court bails her attacker

A Papatoetoe mother who was attacked in the street while neighbours looked on says the courts have failed her after her attacker walked free yesterday on grounds of insanity.

Mourning family hit by fresh tragedy

The family of slain up-and-coming rugby league star Luke Tipene are gathering for another farewell after his second cousin was killed in a car crash.

PM's office under fire over SIS

PM's office under fire over SIS

A report by New Zealand's intelligence watchdog Cheryl Gwyn has found attack blogger Cameron Slater requested and published politically damaging material about former Labour Leader Phil Goff from the SIS after being instructed to ask for the material by Prime Minister John Key's staff.

Rugby: Slade shines on end-of-year tour

Rugby: Slade shines on end-of-year tour

Gregor Paul and Patrick McKendry pick their end-of-year tour highlights.

Cricket: Vettori set for test return

Cricket: Vettori set for test return

Daniel Vettori is set to play in the third New Zealand-Pakistan cricket test in Sharjah and become the country's outright record-holder for test appearances.

League: Doubts a Wellington team would draw big crowds

Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle believes New Zealand has the playing talent to help sustain a second NRL team but has doubts whether Wellington could muster the required crowd support.

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