'Staggering' cat numbers in study

Lulu strap Brooklyn has been identified as a feline flashpoint in a new cat-tracking study by environmental campaigner Gareth Morgan.

Family puts brave face on battle

Daniel Williamson A potentially life-saving operation for a Lower Hutt toddler has been called off.

Oriental Bay clean-up

Oriental Bay slip Oriental Parade residents are cleaning up after a cascade of earth and stormwater.

Shakeup could hurt Mallard

TREVOR MALLARD: Walked out. Trevor Mallard appears to be the big loser in Wellington from electoral boundary changes.

P house costs renovators

Kevin Middleton A couple are $25,000 out of pocket after decontaminating their home which was once used as a p-lab.

Man threatened to blow up police

A heartbroken Hamilton engineer who threatened to blow himself and several police officers up with a homemade bomb has avoided jail.

Couple milk house colour scheme

Arborist to fight council

Climbers swept from Everest

Mt everest Six local guides have been killed, and nine are missing, after an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Families 'mad as hell'

Bad weather is hampering efforts to find survivors from a sinking ferry, while its captain faces accusations of blame.

Pistorius' recollection 'utterly implausible'

Crack mayor fights back

Bloody Good Friday spectacle

Catholic devotees in the Philippines nail themselves to crosses in a bizarre Good Friday ritual.

Druitt a 'consummate volunteer'

Susan Druitt Susan Druitt made a big impact in the world of volunteering.

Music helped violinist survive 'the horrors'

After surviving the horrors of the Holocaust, Clare Galambos Winter built a new life in New Zealand through music.

The Pacific in an outrigger canoe

Councillor with love of airport noise

A feisty activist with generous heart

Viv to her family and mates - was a woman with a strong sense of natural justice and a delightful black sense of humour.

Adviser defends Collins

Judith Collins A senior Beehive adviser has taken the unusual step of going public to back her minister, Judith Collins.

Cunliffe misses green-light moment

For the third time in 18 years, Winston Peters seems destined to decide which major party gets to form a government.

ACC will pay out

Today in politics: Wednesday, April 16

Peters stirs pot over dinner date

Justice Minister Judith Collins is embroiled in fresh allegations surrounding her official visit to China last year.

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