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Drug accused named

Court Wellington lawyer in court on A-class drugs charges has lost name suppression.

Council aims for Basin appeal

The Wellington City Council wants to be heard in relation to the New Zealand Transport Agency’s appeal on its Basin Bridge proposal.

Drug delivery goes awry

A suspicious figure near a prison was chased up a tree by a police dog while carrying drugs, witness says.

Gales topple trailer

Police are warning today is not the day to take your trailer for a drive over the Rimutaka Hill road.

Air crash: luck, errors

Coroner says deaths of pilots in mid-air collision over Feilding the result of bad luck, fate, small errors.

Business as usual

sun Wellington's taste of summer earlier this week could be business as usual, NIWA says.

'We want him home'

Young boy swept away at Mt Maunganui was Jack Dixon, a local 5-year-old who loved bikes, Lego and rugby. | Deadly surf spots

Missing man is found

Pora 'doing well'

Wild Challenge duathlon, cyclist

Duathlon turns into a wild ride

Athletes braved wind, snow and mud during the inaugural running of a unique duathlon.

ANZ moves jobs to India

ANZ The country's largest bank will not rule out "offshoring" more jobs to cheap labour as it eyes new ways to cut costs.

Vodafone hits the red

Vodafone NZ has reported a $28 million annual loss and warned there's more to come.

Suicide house censure appealed

Forced annual leave not fair

coins

House asking prices dip

Average asking prices hit $491,050 in March but fell to $487,650 last month, Trade Me says.

Cunliffe 'not into gutter politics'

David cunliffe David Cunliffe appeals to Labour to come back from edge as it plunges into leadership race.

Beehive Live: The race is on

The date's been set for what could be bitter Labour leadership contest, while talks are going on between National and Maori Party for a deal.

New Labour leader by November

Note to Labour: it's also policy

David Cunliffe and Karen Price

Attacks herald a bitter contest

Hell hath no fury like a woman whose husband is scorned.

Five Welly bike deathtraps

cycling wellington I risk my life every other day to save the average Petone commuter 20 seconds a day by not driving.

People need to know who to call

The fact police receive 12,000 calls every year about suicide prove the truism that many suicidal people make a "cry for help" before taking their life.

Going through a bad phrase

High dollar not making cents

	 Chelsea Clinton

Why the fuss? Chelsea's body just did its bit

In America they rejoice this week because Chelsea Clinton has had a baby, which makes Hillary Clinton - amazingly - a grandmother. You'll understand my confusion.

Ed Sheeran's NZ tour sells out

Ed Sheeran Fans of the British musician snap up tickets within minutes, leading to second Auckland show being announced.

Chasing Amy

Dense, disturbing and devilish, Gone Girl makes for compelling viewing and potentially awkward post-movie discussions.

Kitchen dramas fail to stir

Affleck prepared for haters

The Refusal of Time

Time on his side

South African artist William Kentridge explains the genesis of his video work. now on show at Wellington's City Gallery.

Crema of the crop

Amateur coffee Home coffee-making became competitive at Wellington's first best amateur barista competition at Caffe L'affare.

Homework inspires win

Homework assignment has turned into baking success for a Wellington mum.

New home for family fleeing war

Drive-in on course for summer

Samin Son

Artist embraces his two nations

A Korean artist is being reborn as a Wellingtonian.

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Capital challenge falls short

Jason Woodward Wellington are 0-8 for the season after being beaten 36-14 by Hawke's Bay in the Ranfurly challenge.

All go for Black Sticks

Between them, NZ women's and men's hockey sides to play seven tests in eight days next month.

World Cup build-up begins

Lee-Lo to play for Samoa

Doug Bracewell

Bracewell back in favour

From wilderness to welcome mat, seamer says massive wakeup call helped spur him back into the NZ test side.

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