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4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Constable Chris Muir writes up a ticket for a youth caught in possession of alcohol in an alcohol-free zone in Wellington.
8 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz
But the town aims to become New Zealand's number one boutique destination, according to my enthusiastic host Jillian O'Neill.
12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A young soldier killed in a firefight with Hamas gunmen in the southern Gaza Strip was born in New Zealand - and his family had planned to return here before he and his sister reached the age of military conscription in Israel.
14 hrs ago | The Press On-Line
Thousands of lives could be at risk from a skin cancer epidemic, with experts pleading with the Ministry of Health to take action.
18 hrs ago | Southland Times
The Australian journalist who fled New Zealand after being labelled a "boorish tosspot" by National minister Gerry Brownlee for his insensitive approach to the Pike River mine disaster has declared it the finest moment of his career.
Former Green MP Keith Locke is urging New Zealanders to demand information about the Kiwi killed in a drone strike overseas last year.
COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED: Commerce Commission chair Mark Berry gives every impression of enjoying the hefty weight of his work.
New Zealanders are willing to pay the government more tax to protect the country's endangered Maui and Hector dolphins.
The idea that the curtain for your library has to be an artwork by one of the country's foremost artists is very, you know, Devonport.
One of the South Island's biggest law firms, Anderson Lloyd, wants to crack the large Auckland market and have taken on lawyers from rival Russell McVeagh to help take on new clients.
If the selection process for an aviation scholarship had a fairytale ending, Blenheim teenager Laura Woodcock would be the winner and everyone would live happily ever after.
An unconditional contract for the sale of the 114-year-old Humber St building, formerly owned by the Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust , was signed on Thursday afternoon.
New Zealanders want Maui's and Hector's dolphins protected, and are prepared to pay for it, according to a new report.
ON THE TRAIL: Conservative Party leader Colin Craig spoke to a full house at the Nelson Suburban Club last night.
A man who put an advert on a website seeking underage girls for sex has been jailed after the website's administrator informed authorities.
The final block of funding needed to get it off the ground was announced yesterday.
Stories making headlines around the regions today include a Rotorua man taking on the District Council to keep his pet bull and an Engineer with an unusual way to keep warm.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 09:13 pm
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