Finbarr Clabby, 39, who was found fully clothed in Wellington Harbour on Sunday.

Harbour body named

Finbarr Clabby, 39, appears to have been victim of "unfortunate accident", say police.

Felled tree cuts power

040513 NEWS. Robert Charles/Taranaki Daily News. Powerlines, Inglewood. For File.

19 min ago  A tree being removed because it was too close to power lines drops on to the 33,000-volt lines.

Big freeze on way

North Island faces bitterly cold week, with temperatures near zero and snow.

Dinner Time sells for six figures

Pencil drawing of working-class men eating snapped up in Wellington.

The flu season is nigh

7:19 PM  The flu season is under way and the public has been warned it could be nasty.

No trade-off in marriage equality

NZ trade with Asia after over 2 years of legal gay marriage rubbishes Aussie claim.

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News

That tackle's got to hurt

Victoria University Hunters prop Shawn Gielen-Relph just moments after scoring a season-ending try that finished with a broken leg.

7:34 PM  A soon-to-be doctor ended up on the other side of the operating table after breaking his leg scoring a try.

The man behind the lens video

7:12 PM  Son farewells father and best friend, while other mourners at memorial recalled a man with an infectious smile.

Costly callout to night divers

Blessie's killer loses name appeal

Business

NZ dollar falls on Greek vote

People celebrate in front of the Greek parliament as the people of Greece reject the debt bailout by creditors.

Greece's rejection of a bailout offer has sent the New Zealand dollar down to a new five-year low.

Still a place for print in digital business

Software and printing company MEA Vertigo sees a lot of potential in the Wellington market, its manager says.

Tuatara Breweries chief executive Richard Shirtcliffe says the company will start brewing overseas before the end of 2015.

Tuatara to brew overseas

Wellington craft brewer will be making beer overseas by end of the year.

Comment

Why I climbed Parliament

Verena Maeder faces a three-month prison sentence if she is convicteed of trespass for her part in a Greenpeace protest on the roof of Parliament.

OPINION: Nelson activist Verena Maeder explains why she risked a prison sentence to call for action on climate change.

Editorial: Care needed with TPP

OPINION: NZ needs to be ready to walk away from the Trans Pacific Partnership if it doesn’t deliver.

One way to avoid the ticket queues is to get a season ticket.

Tickets not the only thing scalped

OPINION: Ticket scalping is just taking the free market to its logical extreme.

Culture

The Prince and the Aussie

‘‘I wasn’t really into music. I thought I was going to go into sport for a good majority of my childhood,’’ says Darren Hart, aka Harts.

Multi-instrumentalist Darren Hart, who plays New Zealand next week, loved music superstar Prince. Then Prince called him.

Bic Runga and Tiny Ruins exquisite as duo

REVIEW: Bic Runga's request to work with Tiny Ruins was a smart move when the results were seen live in Wellington.

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Crossword solutions: Monday, July 6

Solutions to The Dominion Post's daily back-page crossword are available here.

Capital Life

Tun of fun: Crafting own hop heaven

Bringing their wort to the boil for their American Pale Ale is Upper Hutt Leader reporter Blake Crayton-Brown, left, and manager Grant Davidson.

A Wellington brewing enterprise enables quaffers to make their own hoppy concoctions.

Oldest man lived from first plane to space race

New Zealand changed out of recognition over the course of William Swensson's life.

Bic Runga with Auckland singer Hollie Fullbrook aka Tiny Ruins.

Tiny Runga and the super covers

REVIEW: Bic Runga and Hollie Fullbrook supergroup drives perfect performance at the Wellington Opera House.

Sport

Steel likely to land Pulse's Selby-Rickit

Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit is poised to return to the Southern Steel after four seasons with the Central Pulse.

The Central Pulse are poised to lose the most popular member of their team to their NZ rivals.

Canes tense up under weight of history

OPINION: The Hurricanes fluffed their lines on the big stage, leaving a familiar feeling in the capital.

Kevin Braswell of the Sharks drives to the hoop during the National Basketball League grand final.

Southland Sharks NBL champions

Southland Sharks beat Wellington Saints to be crowned NBL champions.

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