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League: Hurrell on the outer again

League: Hurrell on the outer again

Konrad Hurrell's NRL career took another turn today when he was left out of the side to face the Dragons in Sydney on Saturday.

Teens hurt in crash near Wairoa

Teens hurt in crash near Wairoa

Two teenagers have been hospitalised after their ute crashed into a tree at Raupunga, south of Wairoa today.

Drug mule jailed for six years

Drug mule jailed for six years

A Brazilian drug mule who stood to gain just over $20,000 for his illegal smuggling has been jailed for six years.

NCEA mailing error 'regrettable mistake'

NCEA mailing error 'regrettable mistake'

Education Minister Hekia Parata says a mailing error which led to 455 NCEA exam papers being sent to the wrong students was a "regrettable mistake".

Rolling Stones confirm Kiwi concert date

Rolling Stones confirm Kiwi concert date

The Rolling Stones will be back in New Zealand by the end of the year.

Homeowner loses everything in Greymouth blaze

Homeowner loses everything in Greymouth blaze

The distraught owner of a Greymouth house gutted by fire yesterday has lost everything.

Internet Party ends talks with mystery MP

Internet Party ends talks with mystery MP

Kim Dotcom's Internet Party says discussions with a sitting electorate MP who was poised to join the party have ended due to the prospect of a tie-up with Hone Harawira's Mana Party.

'No time for putting feet up'

'No time for putting feet up'

Finance Minister Bill English cautioned against complacency and promised careful Government spending in the Budget next month.

ACT names deputy leader

Kenneth Wang has been announced as the deputy leader of the ACT Party today.

Cricket: Fulton in three-way battle for opener's spot

Cricket: Fulton in three-way battle for opener's spot

No one gave Peter Fulton a prayer of retaining his test place after a grim home summer but the tall Cantabrian lives to fight on as part of the 15-strong squad named to tour the West Indies from late next month.

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