OBU's Adam Hill starts the celebrations as the fulltime whistle goes.

OBU win Jubilee Cup

Fans hold their breath as MSP fight back bravely before OBU prevail.

Teen stabbed in Napier

A teenager was taken to hospital after being stabbed in Napier on Saturday night.

6 min ago  Teenager in critical condition after Napier stabbing, police appeal for information.

Yacht in trouble at sea

9:24 AM  Rescue boat racing to reach three people stuck on a yacht in high seas near Wairarapa.

Fire at block of flats

12 min ago  Fire crews put out fire on top floor of Berhampore flats

Taking pot shots at cannabis law

An unlikely alliance is making cannabis treatments a reality for Kiwis.

No, it's not a UFO

It's a lenticular - relax, that doesn't mean we can expect little green men. Most likely.

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News

Winston to boost NZ First, or resign

Winston Peters at a meeting in Rotorua.

Winston Peters vows to quit if NZ First doesn't triple in size. Sort of.

Truck tips on Desert Road

A truck driver was taken to hospital after his truck tipped on the Desert Road.

Snapper ripped off online

Tokakece big weapon for MSP against OBU

Business

Kirkcaldie & Stains sold

From left, Rosemary Ralston, Lady Joan Gillies and Sally Abernethey vote during Kirkcaldie and Stains final shareholding meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel.

It was standing room only as Kirkcaldie & Stains' shareholders voted to sell the brand and assign the store lease to David Jones.

Anti-property investor sentiment is misplaced

OPINION: Property speculators are running a different business to landlords, says Andrew King

Survey which probes the health of the housing market finds people are largely negative about house buying.

Bad time to buy, says housing survey

House prices are not expected to stop rising, according to latest survey

Comment

Duncan Garner: Keep evil in prison

FFXENT. Supplied image of Duncan Garner and Heather du Plessis-Allan for Story.

OPINION: Imagine making a mistake that would later cost an innocent woman her life.

No bitter pill to swallow in TPP deal

OPINION: The TPPA could boost the NZ economy by $2b a year, allow better access to goods.

Tim Groser

Editorial: Time for cold, hard look at trade pact

OPINION: A fog of politics stops us seeing the cold hard facts of the TPPA.

Culture

Crossword solutions: Saturday, August 1

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

Love and other catastrophes

French comedy drama Love at First Fight has been a hit for both its first-time director and his young stars.

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Crossword solutions: Friday, July 31

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

Capital Life

A different way to see video

Having gone blind in later life, Elaine Waters has had to learn to see differently.

Almost 170,000 Kiwis have some form of vision loss. All of them see the world differently.

Sticky-fingered comedy fan

The mystery of Urzila Carlson's missing plaque.

The Chaston children, from left, Savannah, 4, Deegan, 2, Dantae, 7, and up front stacking cans from the mystery food box is Logan, 2, with Kirsty Crane and Kevin Chaston.

Good-sort still a mystery

A mysterious good-sort has been delivering food parcels to families needing a bit of help.

Sport

Women's Premier, Hardham Cup

Upper Hutt celebrate their Hardham Cup 2015 final victory.

Match reports of the Women's Premier and Hardham Cup finals for 2015.

Rivals in grand final replay

Old Boys University will take on Marist St Pats in the Jubilee Cup premier club final.

Bruising Marist St Pats No. 8 Peniasi Tokakece has been a key figure in their run to the Jubilee Cup final. Photo: ROSS GIBLIN/FAIRFAX NZ.

Tokakece big weapon for MSP against OBU

It's a shame for Marist St Pats' opponents that their matches aren't played midweek.

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