"Another avenue to accountability" for CTV collapse gone after its designer escaped disciplinary hearing, victim's father says.
One of Canterbury's biggest builders says it will take up to a year until changes translate into customer savings.
Finance Minister points the finger at Chch and Auckland for high interest rates and dollar.
The Government's forecast surplus for the coming year was a result of a $1 billion drop in welfare spending.
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Budget 2014: Surplus real, says English
Mum 'rapt' at free treatment
Budget bare for businesses
Tax change may stem price rises - builder
Labour wants to bring back the Kiwi dream
Budget for families wins praise in south
Cuts to EQC enable $372m surplus
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The Government got its priorities wrong in the Budget, writes Labour finance spokesman David Parker.
US tourist makes spelling error, gets lost for six hours in Iceland
Black Caps no clean-skins, 'rabid' Kiwi crowd voted Marsh off, say Aussies
Crowd boos 'disappointed' Steve Smith over controversial Mitchell Marsh decision
Boy dies after jumping from Raglan bridge
Tekapo lupins help UK photographer win international competition
Family were riding with motorcyclist killed in Hawke's Bay collision with tourist driver
Sexting like 'drug addiction' for Kiwi teens, with kids as young as 11 taking part
#Cleavagegate: Susan Sarandon had the perfect response to Piers Morgan's bra shaming
Booking website puts woman's name in wrong order on plane tickets
Brendon McCullum thrilled with the fight of understrength Black Caps in win
Employment law shake up coming in 2016
Avoiding the pitfalls of 90-day trial periods
South Waikato jewel in the crown a successful nightmare
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