Every year, Class Act award winners are encouraged to go out
into the world and fulfil their ambitions.
A young woman dragged for more than 50 metres by a
hit-and-run driver in south Auckland early today kept calling
for her mum as two good Samaritans tried to comfort her.
Thousands of homes remain without power and rail lines north
of Dunedin are closed as the storm which battered the South
yesterday moves north.
Andrew Spiegel, from New York and New Jersey, shows how to
make sufganiyot (jam doughnuts), a favourite sweet for the
Jewish festival of Hanukkah.
Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer looks ahead to his side's
Rugby Championship clash with the All Blacks at Eden Park on
Police fear an Otago man reported missing by his family in
May was the victim of a homicide.
With a click on a smartphone, the experimental "Armadillo-T"
electric car made in South Korea will park itself and fold
nearly in half, freeing up space in crowded cities.
A group of former All Blacks have beaten a team of Thai
ladyboys in an elephant polo match.
Prime Minister John Key says the asset sales referendum will
be an "utter waste of money" and the sales process could be
completed before it is held.
What does the Ranfurly Shield mean to Otago players? ODT
rugby columnist Paul Dwyer finds out.
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