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Mother, son dragged out to sea

A rip pulled them from shore and waves crashed over them when Lief Rock turned to his mother.

Former American pro gets a taste of grassroots

A golfer who spent years amid the glamour of the PGA Tour is about to experience the sport's sheep-nibbled grassroots.

Online can benefit kids

Getting your child engaged with education is important and tech can be a great way to help.

The legend of Phar Lap

He's been called the greatest horse who ever lived, and few who stood at Wellington's dockside, would disagree.

Eerie echoes in death

A celebrant who officiated at the funeral of a Taranaki shooting victim is now herself dead.

New principal under investigation

The Government's controversial charter school experiment faces more strife, with the principal of the latest school under investigation by the Teachers Council.

Family defends brother

Love propels dad through rough seas

'Like the last judgment' in Donetsk

Residents of war-torn Donetsk are being forced to live with the bare minimum.

Shock Queensland election result

Liberal National Party ousted after one term, and Australian PM Tony Abbott is copping blame.

Tony Abbott leadership threatened

Balloonists smash distance record

IS claims Goto beheading

An online video purports to show Islamic State group militants beheading Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

An unsung musical hero

johnny cooper Johnny Cooper, who died this week, was a modest hero of the New Zealand music scene.

Life story: Community-minded 'Nan'

"Nan" Wright will be remembered as the life and soul of Newtown's Te Ara Hou apartments.

Farm manager had world at his feet

Purpose, burgers, and help for kids

Goldswain dedicated to air rescue service

John Goldswain was a lifesaver to many through his association with the Life Flight Trust.

Waitangi Day disturbances expected

Judge signals trouble ahead after he approves the appointment Hinewhare Harawira.

Greens set for leadership run-off

The Green Party is to embark on a primary-style leadership run-off, after the shock resignation of co-leader Russel Norman.

Editorial: Norman can be proud

The true state of the nation

Unanswered questions from the Beehive

When is an asset sale not an asset sale? Does a politician ever really step down for family reasons?

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