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Orion geared up for 'R&D arms race' - McCrae

Orion geared up for 'R&D arms race' - McCrae

Orion Health chief executive Ian McCrae says there's going to be an "R&D arms race" in the healthcare IT sector.

No conviction over spectacular boat crash

A spectacular maritime collision will cost an Auckland finance company executive more than $11,000 but he has avoided a conviction.

Train death driver gets community service

Train death driver gets community service

A young man who was behind the wheel of a ute that hit a commuter train in Wairarapa, killing his 15-year-old girlfriend, has been sentenced to 200 hours' community service.

Mfat chief executive resigns

Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive John Allen is resigning to take up a role in the private sector.

Dotcom: I'm broke

Dotcom: I'm broke

Internet mogul Kim Dotcom says he is officially broke.

New school decile ratings released

New school decile ratings released

New decile ratings for schools across the country have been released by the Ministry of Education today.

Whangarei man jailed for toddler assault

A plea from a Whangarei man not to be sent to prison for assaulting a toddler who was hospitalised for two weeks was rejected and the judge said a deterrent message needed to be sent by the courts.

Armed police called out over toy gun

Armed police and dog units were were called to a Tauranga property about 2.30pm yesterday after an altercation between workers and a group of male youths in which a toy gun was brandished.

Whitebait huts torched in Hawkes Bay

A veteran whitebaiter says arson attacks on shelters at the Tukituki River have brought a bitter end to this year's season.

Man jailed after Westport tourist attack

Man jailed after Westport tourist attack

A man who attempted to sexually violate a tourist in Westport in June has been sentenced to four years and eight months in prison, without parole.

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