One in a million

Baby girl loses her battle to live

To her mum, she was one in a million, an unlikely joyous child with a rare condition who died before her time.

Smoke over suburb

A fire in a Lyall Bay shed which lit up the sky this morning has been extinguished.

Street makeover brings buyers

10:38am A street that was once notorious as a Mongrel Mob stronghold is now turning into a middle-class dream.

Review: Don Quixote

10:46am The Royal New Zealand Ballet's production has an exuberance and sparkle that makes it a joy to watch.

Recycling truck driver dies

A recycling truck driver dies in hospital a day after he was caught in vehicle's hydraulic equipment.

Water meters reduce usage

Water meters in Kapiti have caused a marked reduction in consumption this summer.

Humid north, fine south

Crank up the air conditioning today as cloud cover and warm weather makes for a sticky day. 

Justice system just fine: Key

John Key has dismissed calls for an independent commission to review possible miscarriages of justice.

A hockey match of 'brilliancy'

One in a million

Bus shelters as art works

Two bus stop murals have appeared to brighten up the quiet streets of suburban Wellington.

Tips for surviving an open plan office

"My door is always open" is becoming extinct in the workplace, as fewer of us have actual offices with actual doors.

Building strikes flat patch

A key support of economic growth, construction, hit another flat patch at the end of the year, after a flying start to 2014.

Drive to export milk questioned

Lonely life of an oil explorer

Xero US listing delayed

Online accounting software developer US market debut will be at the start of 2016 at the earliest.

Peters opens up possibilities

Watching Winston Peters, you can't help being reminded of an old lion on his rock surveying the grassland.

PM calls on O-Week crowd

John Key only made it about 50 metres before the crowd swamped him.

Peters begins Northland bus tour

'Kiwis will be shocked'

Justice system just fine: Key

John Key has dismissed calls for an independent commission to review possible miscarriages of justice.

Pull the plug on this rubbish

Business gibberish pours forth in a limitless torrent, and in this world in thrall to commerce it is rarely condemned.

We need to look below the surface

In the wake of two out of two failed seabed mining applications in less than a year, the sensible move for our Government at this point would be to place a moratorium on seabed mining in New Zealand waters.

Pay shakeup a win-win for Key

The benefits of rent-a-kakapo

Doubt about the justice system

Teina Pora shows why we need a new watchdog in the justice system.

Dancing with our demons

New Butoh show 7 Generations, from With Lime, canvases taboo subjects using grotesque imagery.

Building new worlds

Meg Rollandi is part of a new breed of live performance designers who are changing more than the look of a show but the importance of design.

Breath of life: Francesco Ventriglia

An eclectic movie mix

Style icon's advice for bogans

Holden an appropriate name for one's first-born? Or Falcon? What should be worn to set off ugg boots? Quirky chef Peta Mathis answers these and other important questions.

Students agog at Google 'playground'

Victoria University students spent their summer holidays at Google's Sydney headquarters.

Blind pianist plays on

Each year thousands are amazed by pianist Shaun Johnson, even before they realise he is totally blind.

Quirky beers a taste of papers past

There never was much gold in them hills

Bid to save '100-metre poem'

For two decades, a concrete poem that may be New Zealand's longest artwork has been living on borrowed time.

Pulse coach Robyn Broughton finds positives in defeat

Despite humbling first-up loss to the Vixens, Pulse coach didn't mind some of the stuff she saw on Sunday.

Reason: Minnows playing major role at World Cup

Mark Reason names his best XI of the World Cup so far - and springs some interesting surprises.

Millmow: Breakneck pace a risk for Black Caps

Tuffin heads strong Silverstream effort

Wellington wins McEvedy Shield

Wellington College co-captain Robbie Delany described his school's McEvedy Shield triumph as the best day of his life

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