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A price on her bum

Bailey Price hopes her cheeky tattoo auction will help clear her debts.

Traffic chaos on SH1  video

Northbound traffic remains heavy on State Highway 1 after a crash just north of Paekakariki on Thursday evening.

11:25 PM  Five people injured as two crashes and fuel spill hold up traffic on Kapiti Coast.

Car park demolition welcomed

"We'll be having a bit of a party," says shut-out bar owner as Reading car park gets demolition order.

Kiwi teen smashes rowing record video

Wellington girl Izzy Ahearn has taken 15 minutes off indoor world record.

Inquest told of MSD fraud quotas

"All I want is for truth to come out. And it is now coming out," former investigator says.

Hospice defends apartments plan video

Mary Potter boss says it has "gone out of its way" to gain Newtown residents' support.

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Council frees up quake funding

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St Mary of the Angels Church will be closed for eighteen ...

St Mary of Angels church is first to benefit from heritage rule change.

Wanted man in Hutt Valley

Police are asking the public for help in finding Liam Carpenter.

Separated siblings overcome the odds

Fines for illegal tenants 'too low'

business

Hospice defends apartments plan video

A 3D view of Mary Potter Hospice Foundation's proposed apartment complex in the Wellington suburb of Newtown.

Mary Potter boss says it has "gone out of its way" to gain Newtown residents' support.

New home for elderly

Thelma Coster, 87, (in the wheelchair), May Pickford, 82, Irene Pickford,62 and  Peter Fox, 83, will have to find a new ...

Petone resthome residents need new home.

From hot metal to hot food

Wellington Press Hall developer Maurice Clark and First Retail Group managing director Chris Wilkinson charge their ...

People will soon be enjoying a meal where Wellington papers once rolled off the presses.

Forced to pay rent

It isn't yet known how long the demolition to the car park and cinema complex would take.

Some retailers in the cordoned-off area of Queensgate Shopping Centre have no idea how long it will be until they can return and are still having to pay rent.

Fee-free office listings

Fee-free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices after quake.

Free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices following 7.8 magnitude quake.

Comment

Justice - at long last

Peter Hughes: principled approach.

Opinion:State sector employees will be reassured by the principled approach taken by new SSC boss Peter Hughes to a flawed report on two diplomats.

Uncertainty around building safety rules

Asteron Centre tenant Inland Revenue commissioned its own report on the building in the wake of the November 14 ...

Opinion: The rules and requirements for assessing the safety of a quake-hit building are confused and unclear.

Life returns to sleepy hollow

Bill English, an old face that needs new policies.

Politics and policy comes back to life now John Key has gone. But the age of minimal changes has disappeared.

Hiding behind the cloak of art

Marlon Brando, 48, and Maria Schneider, 19, star in Bernardo Bertolucci's film Last Tango in Paris.

Opinion: Art's ugly side is exposed yet again with revelations over the making of Last Tango in Paris.

Trump and Brexit: where to now?

US President-elect Donald Trump

Opinion: In the circumstances changed by 2016, it will be essential for New Zealand to stay committed to international rules-based order.

Culture

Crossword solutions: Thursday, December 8

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Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Celebrating life through music

Hone Tuwhare, one of New Zealand's greatest poets, will have new life breathed into his works by Tuwhare - The Concert, ...

Hone Tuwhare, one of our greatest poets, will again be honoured with a concert of his works.

Dancing to a gnarly guitar beat

Atamira dance company will premiere its work, Pango/Black, on Saturday.

A new Maori dance work features musicians playing live on stage.

Goldenhorse reform ... just this once

Goldenhorse's Kirsten Morrell is returning to New Zealand from London especially for the Tuwhare concert, in which ...

Goldenhorse are back for concert honouring legendary writer

Where physicality meets puppetry

Mia Van Oyen is is great, full of confidence and physically adept, in her role in Billy and the Curse of Falling Limbs.

REVIEW: Expanded Fringe show now even better than before

Capital Life

Uncertainty around building safety rules

Asteron Centre tenant Inland Revenue commissioned its own report on the building in the wake of the November 14 ...

Opinion: The rules and requirements for assessing the safety of a quake-hit building are confused and unclear.

7 common deodorant mistakes

Should you use deodorant or antiperspirant? And what's the best time of day to apply it?

Should you use deodorant or antiperspirant? And when should you apply it? We have the answers.

Half-billion revamp for Wellington

The development would be a joint venture between the Port Nicholson Block Development Trust and The Wellington Company.

Hotel, brewery and hundreds of new homes hinted at in new plans.

Celebrating life through music

Hone Tuwhare, one of New Zealand's greatest poets, will have new life breathed into his works by Tuwhare - The Concert, ...

Hone Tuwhare, one of our greatest poets, will again be honoured with a concert of his works.

California here we come

Movie moguls Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh are expanding their Miramar movie empire with a deal to buy the California ...

Peter Jackson's Miramar movie empire expands with garden centre deal.

Sport

Stars hope to return to Wellington

Melbourne Stars Luke Wright bats with Wellington Firebirds' keeper Luke Ronchi behind the stumps.

 Both the Wellington Firebirds and Melbourne Stars want their Basin Blast fixture to become a regular thing.

Logan Rogerson's coming home

Logan Rogerson is into the second year of a three-year contract with the Wellington Phoenix.

Talented teenager set to return to his Hamilton home with the Wellington Phoenix on Saturday.

Capital forgotten no more

Capital players celebrate their penalty shootout win over WaiBOP in the national women's league semifinal last Sunday.

New Zealand Football might have forgotten about their previous titles, but the Capital women want to make sure they are remembered this year.

Goals expected in Nelson

Wellington's Nicolas Zambrano, left, is congratulated by Tom Jackson after scoring a goal this season.

The national league's most potent attack in Team Wellington meets the leakiest defence in Tasman United on Sunday.

McCullum to turn up the Heat

Brendon McCullum will make his return to cricket for a Brisbane club team.

Ex-NZ skipper gives new team-mates a "licence to thrill" as he takes charge in a T20 club game in Australia.

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