Her bread is rising fast

'Paleo People' pretty popular

A Raumati South cook has been rushed off her feet by demand for her $16-a-loaf grain-free bread.
paleo splash

Logging death arrest

Horowhenua man arrested and charged with manslaughter following death of 20-year-old Lincoln Kidd during logging operation.

Fire crews find colleagues in crash

'Worst nightmare' for fire crew finding colleagues trapped during serious road crash.

Cycleway up $600k

Proposed cycleway between Island Bay and central Wellington to cost extra $600,000 to quell opposition.

Conchords to fly again

Flight of the Conchords The US cable network commissions new TV project from Kiwi comedy duo Flight of the Conchords.

SH2 reopens after serious crash

Highway through Upper Hutt reopens after a serious crash this morning caused structural damage to a bridge.

Kaitaki ferry resumes sailings

Interislander is scheduled to resume its full Kaitaki service tonight, after a freight-only return sailing this morning.

Residents await their fate

With Ropata Retirement Village in turmoil, residents likely to lose their investments.

Camera car copping stolen vehicles

Music teacher fondled young girls

Tunnel

Poppies line memorial tunnel

The new National War Memorial Park tunnel is named for tunnels of the town of wartime France.

Loom band charms claimed safe

Loom bands Local supplier says children's bracelet charms are safe despite a contamination scare in the UK.

Kiwi hits seven-month low

The NZ dollar has dropped below US83c after another dairy price slump.

Keep the paycheques coming

Liquidators for retirement home

Auckland houses property

Auckland house prices slip

The election is one reason for a slight dip in Auckland property prices, Barfoot & Thompson says.

Gloves off in tax fight

tax Labour is on the offensive over National's claims it will introduce five new taxes.

PM's 'gotcha' politics

Labour leader admits he was not certain of tax policy details but attacks Key for '"gotcha politics".

Beehive Live: The show goes on

Labour promises cleaner govt

Diplomat OIA probed

Foreign Minister investigated for withholding info around diplomat's immunity after sex charge.

Books are better

Books When on a plane coming in to land, I hold my book a little higher so I can be seen by those who've had to switch off their electric books.

Key's strategy to remain king

An election campaign is the worst possible time for a government to launch an inquiry into its own alleged sleaziness.

A glimpse of the future capital

Editorial: missed opportunity to slow down

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.

A different face of Germany

german strap The German Film Festival this year will showcase 25 recent-release subtitled films from varying genres.

Shooting for the 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

Have a bloody good time

World Press Photo

Award-winning images on display

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

Sport
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ABs focus on waterproofing

Israel Dagg Dealing with Hawke's Bay's big wet becomes an unavoidable factor ahead of the test against Argentina.

Junior cricket changes

Significant changes for year 9 and 10, as well as at a junior level, with minor tweaking up to first XI level.

Two codes in one week

Tough test looms

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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