Coastguard left high, dry

Theft of $12,000 outboard motor stalls crews

Coastguard Mana is grounded after an outboard motor was stolen from their only boat.

Just one ferry ... again

For the second week running Interislander's Kaitaki has cancelled a Tuesday return sailing.

$30m rest home needs cheap land

Approval for a new $30m rest home in Wainuiomata could finally get the green light with cheaper land prices.

Corbett joins TVNZ weather team

Daniel Corbett, the former public face of MetService, is to join the One News weather team.

Meetings to discuss PostShop

New Zealand Post will host two public meetings this month to discuss the Mana PostShop.

Ngauranga alternative wins support

The Petone to Grenada link road has strong support but there is disagreement over the best route.

Tree prosecutions 'inappropriate'

treest Prosecution of two elderly Otaki couples for trimming native trees was "inappropriate".

Guard only gave 'talking to'

A guard fired after claims he beat a prisoner maintains he only gave "a talking to" after he was called a "coconut".

Dunne won't read Dirty Politics

US record bid by veteran runner

Alison Paterson

Listed villa for sale

A heritage-listed Victorian villa in Greytown is for sale with a rateable value of more than $1m.

Port safety denounced

Brad Fletcher Lyttelton Port workers were reportedly jump-starting machinery when colleague fell to death.

Former cop still out of a job

A former policeman's efforts to get his senior job back at the NZ Transport Agency have fallen short.

Creative name a career killer?

Training lacks credibility

simon moutter

Spark exits New York stock exchange

US investors cannot invest in Spark so easily after the company delisted its shares from the NYSE.

Beyer takes Harawira to task

Georgina Beyer Prominent Mana candidate Georgina Beyer questions motives of founder Kim Dotcom.

Greens demand $4 pay hike

The Greens would lift the minimum wage by almost $4 to $18 hour and pay public servants at least $18.80.

Key v Cunliffe: live tonight

Live: Leaders in the hot seat

Winston Peters

Peters' bottom-line

NZ First leader Winston Peters makes royal commission a bottom line in any post-election deal.

A glimpse of the future capital

Google Glass Steve Maharey comments on Wellington's future on the creative edge.

Editorial: missed opportunity to slow down

It is only by taming the car that we have made the progress we have in Wellington.

Cycleway could start network

Editorial: Delay in sacking raises doubts

Editorial | Debate sparks up campaign

Three weeks to go till voting day and weird things have begun to happen.

Debut a natural progression

Ebony Lamb The joy of a debut album in a potentially long music career can be tempered by the public's response.

Vintage reads: The Name of the Rose

Kylie Thomson of Hamilton City Libraries finds a great novel from not that long ago.

Finding a lost continent

Man in the frame

Catherine Roberts

Colourful escape from life

Colour, beauty and simplicity - that's the mantra of the top award winner at this year's Art Show.

Shooting for the Moon

moon There's a new Moon in Newtown in the form of a live music venue and pizzeria - Moon bar.

Salon offers slice of politics

People wanting a Peter Dunne-inspired coif or a Pita Sharples mane could finally get their wish.

Have a bloody good time

Super Geyser that dealt death

World Press Photo

Award-winning images on display

War, natural disaster and hope for humanity key themes at World Press Photo exhibition.

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Boyle the luminary at Kilbirnie

Lauren Boyle Lauren Boyle headlines the national short-course swimming championships starting in Wellington today.

Snyders breaks own record

Glenn Snyders has broken his own national 100m breaststroke record at the NZ short course swimming champs.

Golden goodbye from Twigg

Pride coach laments 'poor' effort

Conrad Smith

Smith relishing reunion

Conrad Smith is looking forward to a reunion with Ma'a Nonu in midfield against Argentina on Saturday.

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