Chorus' shares have taken another dive and fallen almost 7
per cent today as its third biggest shareholder sells down
its stake in the embattled infrastructure company.
Bradley Ambrose, the freelance cameraman who recorded the
so-called "teapot tapes" conversation between Prime Minister
John Key and Act's John Banks is taking defamation action
against Mr Key.
Medical personnel have been exonerated by a coroner after the
death of a Wanganui East woman as a result of multiple drug
New Zealand has been named the world's second best country to
do business in, behind only resurgent Ireland in the annual
list compiled by Forbes' magazine.
Wellington has been shaken by a strong magnitude 4.7
earthquake but there have been no reports of damage.
A pressure malfunction on board a domestic Jetstar flight
forced the plane to turn around and return to Wellington
shortly after take-off this morning.
Police have found the Waipu woman who went missing from her
home last night.
The Black Sticks Women played their best game of the
tournament but were edged 1-0 by the Netherlands in this
morning's quarter-final at the World League Final in Tucuman,
An accident south of Ashburton this morning has resulted in a
least one fatality.
Prime Minister John Key has expressed his sadness at the
death of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
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