Hurricanes first five-eighth Otere Black fends off Crusader Luke Romano at Nelson's Trafalgar Park.

Hurricanes humbled in Nelson video

1:22 AM  Super Rugby leaders not themselves in a 35-18 loss to a fired up Crusaders at Trafalgar Park.

Teenage Campbell had heart video

Wellington dairy owner Mo Bhikha gave John Campbell his first job, packing shelves in 1979.

City dairy owner recalls John Campbell as the young lad who packed his store's shelves.

Teacher assaulted teen

A Wellington teacher is desperate to keep his name secret after lashing out at a girl.

Dogs attack, kill cats

Kapiti council waited days to reveal that two dogs that killed cats had escaped.

NZTA sorry for threatening letter

Bruce Tie was "blown away" when he was accused of using fake names to driver licences.

Chief victims' adviser appointment

Justice Minister is pushing ahead with plans to employ a chief victims adviser.

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Teacher admits assaulting teen

Hutt Valley District Court - crest

A Wellington teacher is desperate to keep his name secret after lashing out at a girl for a moment's stupidity.

One person critical after Levin crash

One person is critically injured and four others taken to hospital after a car crash near levin

Petone store owner's faith in police restored

Chief victims' adviser appointment

Business

Crowding out banks with pledge fundraising

Professor Gary Mersham believes small businesses will increasingly rely on crowd funding for capital, rather than going to banks.

Businesses raising money via crowd funding will soon begin to impact on our banks.

Gold Awards finalists announced

Wellington businesses are sharp, sophisticated organisations, Wellington Gold Awards organiser says.

The baking machine where a woman's arm was trapped at temperatures up to 85C for 40 minutes.

Penalty upheld for arm-burning accident

The $57,500 penalty on a Lower Hutt food factory was reasonable, judge says.

Comment

Scandal should claim Fifa boss

Fifa President Sepp Blatter at a press conference following a Fifa Executive Committee meeting in Zurich.

OPINION: It’s the world’s biggest sport, so it is oddly fitting that Fifa, football’s governing body, is now tied up in the largest case of sports corruption.

No reward from Little risk

OPINION: They say politics is the art of the possible, but it's equally the art of deciding what it's possible to risk.

Jane Ward from Colyton, Manawatu, learns safe quad bike riding with David Skiffington from FarmSafe.

Education the key to farm safety

OPINION: A punitive approach to farm safety will not work, writes Federated Farmers' Katie Milne.

Culture

Who's got the moves?

Outrageous Fortune actress Siobhan Marshall and Almighty Johnsons actor Ben Barrington will put their best feet forward for this year's Dancing with the Stars.

Dance experts run a critical eye over Sunday's Dancing with the Stars contestants.

Crossword solutions: Friday, May 29

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

Towers perform Slice of Heaven

Towers sing Slice of Heaven video

To mark NZ Music Month, Wellington-based indie-pop band Towers will cover well-known Kiwi songs.

Capital Life

The game changers of tomorrow

Charlizza Harris from Upper Hutt was nominated for a Youth Week award by her boss and supporter, Sue Jury, CEO of the YMCA.

Young movers and shakers shine at the 2015 Youth Week Awards.

Mystery of the missing teenage model

A pretty Lower Hutt teenager vanished into thin air in 1961, leaving a cold trail and a dead suspect behind her.

Crafters & Co bar, Victoria St, Wellington.

Rude food, bar the mayo

Disruptive roadworks actually do patrons a good turn on this occasion.

Sport

Smith keen to put loss behind him

Richie McCaw and Conrad Smith chat following the Crusaders 35-18 win over the Hurricanes at Trafalgar Park on Friday.

Hurricanes captain Conrad Smith said his team won't win the Super Rugby title if they continue to play like they did against the Crusaders.

Bidwell: Grant's suspension for rant a joke

OPINION: Norma Plummer set the standard when it comes to delivering home truths, not Pulse captain Katrina Grant.

Not only did Jamie Siddons win trophies at Wellington coach, he made players better.

Siddons a class act to the end

There's great excitement about Jamie Siddons leaving Wellington.

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