Night streaker

Capturing a wonder of the night skies

It's amazing how the camera can reveal what our eyes can't see for themselves in our starry skies.
Mark Gee South Coast Video

Lawyer's ID still secret

Lawyer facing drugs charges loses court bid to keep identity secret but name suppression remains.

Rat's tail gets the chop

Hadleigh Cox With one snip of the scissors, Hadleigh Cox's rat's tail was gone and with it, a part of his identity.

Juken NZ fined $57K over injury

A forestry and timber company has been fined after a worker lost part of his finger in an accident.

Dunne duped into Shipman retweet

Govt minister Peter Dunne pranked into retweeting a photo - but it wasn't who he thought it was.

Council chief gets pay rise

Wgtn City Council chief gets 2% pay rise after positive review of performance.

Courthouse sentenced to demolition

Petone courthouse WelTec plans to demolish the old quake prone Petone courthouse and turn it into a park.

Foster mum in dock still loves kids

A foster mother accused of beating and neglecting CYF children in her care says she still loves them.

Pair exploited migrants

Serepisos relic hits market

Arras Tunnel traffic

Tunnel 'a buzz' for earlybirds

Wellington's new Arras Tunnel has slotted straight into the central city landscape as if it had always been there.

RBNZ's kiwi efforts praised

NZ dollar down Reserve Bank wins applause from manufacturers and exporters over its move to dampen the currency. | Kiwi quiet ahead of auction

'Armed maniac' jailed for fraud

Man who once introduced himself to Sir Paul Holmes as an "armed maniac" is jailed for millions of dollars worth of fraud.

Air NZ defends airfares

Business sentiment sours

Online shopping cart

Kiwis still click-happy

NZ's love affair with overseas online shopping continues, but the falling dollar may take its toll.

Live: It's war

David Cunliffe A bloody war is breaking out between Labour's former leader David Cunliffe and contender Grant Robertson.

Battle may blind Labour

Whoever wins the battle over the Labour leadership may already have lost the war.

'Beaten wives' speech angers

Gibson quits Labour

Cunliffe

Labour spat: Seeing red

Ugly feud between Labour leadership rivals David Cunliffe and Grant Robertson continues. | Resignation official | Live: It's war

Key reads the signals on child poverty

CHILD GENERIC John Key promises to do something about child poverty. What, he does not say.

Electoral system is defective

MMP allowed National to gain a majority in the House even though it did not get a majority of votes at the election.

Curtains for Cunliffe

Appeal flyover, but have a Plan B

The wreck of the Rena

NZ still stuck with Rena wreck

The wreck of the Rena continues to cause trouble. Now reports suggest that the Rena's owners and insurers have exaggerated the cost of removing it from the Astrolabe reef.

Making the most of the middle

guitar generic He plays swing, country, rock and pop and pokes fun at our fads. Tom Cardy talks to satirist and musician Andrew London.

Road Trip: The pilot

Welcome to New Zealand's quirkiest Road Trip - where you can share your story with the world.

Vintage read: The Return of the Soldier

Naked, feral inspiration

Simon Denny

Dotcom detritus drawcard

Simon Denny's Secret Power installation will be New Zealand's next representative at the Venice Biennale.

Building up a sustainable thirst

Megan Stephens of Social Lab A university sustainability project has become a popular green activity "Social Lab".

Night streaker

It's amazing how the camera can reveal what our eyes can't see for themselves in our starry skies.

Protests, a prison and a polytech

Trapeze costs still too high

Avalon pupils' bee video

Getting a buzz out of school

Avalon Intermediate pupils are buzzing about their hip hop themed videos - shot from a bee's perspective.

Sport
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Lions could end season on a high

Mark Reddish Things look bleak for the Lions now, but haven't they always been that way, writes Hamish Bidwell.

All Whites defender retires

Ben Sigmund decides to put family first and hang up his international football boots after 14 years service.

ABs must focus to beat Boks

McDonald lands Spillway ride

Ross Filipo

Shield tilt gives Lions hope

Lions lock Ross Filipo hopes to lift the gloom around the club by winning the Ranfurly Shield tomorrow night.

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