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Baby dies in broken lift at Starship

Baby dies in broken lift at Starship

An investigation is under way following the death of a child who was being transported for emergency treatment when a lift broke down at Starship children's hospital.

Key 'just horsing around' with waitress

Key 'just horsing around' with waitress

Prime Minister John Key says his pulling of a ponytail, which an Auckland waitress described as bullying, was just a case of him "horsing around".

House prices a threat for retirees

House prices a threat for retirees

Soaring property costs will mean more New Zealanders are likely to experience hardship in retirement.

Kiwi fighting Isis killed in Iraq

A New Zealand citizen has been killed in an Islamic State rocket attack after he returned to Iraq to fight for the country's civilian army.

Rugby: Cruden's Cup hopes rest on scan

Rugby: Cruden's Cup hopes rest on scan

Aaron Cruden's hopes of playing in the Rugby World Cup could rest on a scan later this afternoon.

Opinion: National beginning to look like a rabbit in the headlights

Opinion: National beginning to look like a rabbit in the headlights

A much-anticipated return to surplus somehow metamorphoses into yet another unwelcome deficit; dairy prices slump ever lower; the New Zealand dollar keeps rising ever higher; the overheated Auckland property market makes the South Sea Bubble of the 1700s look like an exercise in financial probity.

'Global mode' legal action will proceed

'Global mode' legal action will proceed

Lightbox, MediaWorks, SKY and TVNZ have announced they are going ahead with legal action against CallPlus and Bypass Network Services after the two companies said they would not back down on the issue of offering customers Global Mode - which gives easy access to overseas TV services where the content is blocked from New Zealand.

More calls for action on housing

More calls for action on housing

New Zealand's human rights watchdog has added its voice to those calling for drastic action to tackle New Zealand's housing problems.

Vodafone network restored

Vodafone network restored

Vodafone's mobile network has been restored after a technical fault meant some customers had issues making calls.

'Devastated' doctor asks women for forgiveness

'Devastated' doctor asks women for forgiveness

A doctor involved in a laboratory mix-up that led to one woman needlessly losing a breast and another being subjected to a delayed cancer diagnosis has pleaded for their forgiveness.

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