Transport plans curbed

Basin Reserve flyover Major transport projects have been delayed for two years by the fallout from the failed Basin flyover.

Housing payout for MPs

Wallet, cash MPs seem to have been gifted a tax-free pay rise thanks to a $28,000 lump sum payout for housing.

Cancer sufferer spared trial

Court Lawyer says forcing cancer sufferer to stand trial on $4 million fraud allegations would be inhumane.

Fire damages flat

fire Fire fighters and an observant neighbour have saved a Waikanae house after a fire damaged two rooms this morning.

PPTA reaches interim agreement

shcool books Secondary school teachers reach interim agreement over Government's education policy after primary colleagues reject it.

'A light has gone out'

Friends and family remember great adventurer" killed in a helicopter crash near Wanaka.

Drug sentence increased

Conservative list 'balanced'

Retaken Iraq dam still volatile

mosul dam strap Iraqi forces are now back in control of the Mosul dam, but the situation remains unstable.

Gaza farm strike kills two

Israeli airstrike on a Gaza farm killed two Palestinians, as fighting continues after cease-fire talks collapse.

Hostage drama now public

Kiss of life revives koala

Israel kills three Hamas leaders

Israeli strike kills three Hamas commanders, a clear sign of its intention to hit the group's armed leadership.

Farm manager had world at his feet

Adam Hill Adam David Hill, hunter: b Invercargill, May 31, 1988; partner of Christine Pink, 2d; d Longwood Forest, Western Southland, April 13, 2013; aged 25.

Purpose, burgers, and help for kids

Lionel Whitehead, a small man with a supersized heart, was the "Big Mac" of philanthropy in the Kiwi burger business.

Fearless, dogged fighter for justice

A feisty activist with generous heart

Life story: Community-minded 'Nan'

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

My position's correct: Key

key PM says he's conducted a "thorough check" of what he did and didn't know about SIS papers.

More pay before benefit cut

Labour to lift beneficiaries' abatement-free threshold for part-time work to $150 if they came into power.

ACT's attitude shift

Live with Tuhoe

'Ngai Tuhoe, it's your day'

Tuhoe gets a Crown apology for historic grievances dubbed among the worst in NZ's history.

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