John Key was the drawcard for a Maori Party fundraiser where
diners were told they could "chat confidentially" with the
Prime Minister after making a $5000 donation.
An 18-year-old woman suffered a broken arm and leg injuries
when she was hit by a truck near Palmerston this morning.
A doctor training to be an anaesthetist is facing
disciplinary action after failing to stay sober at work.
The Blues are welcoming back their reinforcements, and not
It's time for the Hurricanes to make a move up the Super
The last of Seven Sharp's original hosts has quit - turning
his back on current affairs for comedy.
John Key helped the Maori Party throw a $5000-a-seat
fundraiser at which diners at the event were promised the
chance to "chat confidentially" with the Prime Minister.
A man is being treated by St John ambulance staff after a
crash between a car and truck on State Highway 2, south of Te
Doctors are urging people to get flu vaccinations before the
Kiwi golfer Steven Alker has finished in a tie for 19th at
the Mexico Championship on the Web.com Tour.
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