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Night flight touches down

Introduction of evening flights will maximise Queenstown airport's current operating hours.

Starbucks sued for millions over ice

Lawsuit claims customers are getting only half of what they are paying for.

More Indian tourists

New deal hopes to boost Indian tourist numbers to New Zealand.

Crackdown on slave fishing crews

All ships in NZ waters must be flagged to New Zealand from today.

The madam and the tax man

She ran one of Sydney's most expensive brothels, but Jamelie Lahood now owes $17.4 million in tax.

Let the pre-budget rhetoric begin

The political leaders warm-up as they prepare to face-off again in the final few weeks before the Budget.

Floating ambulance critical to 'golden hour'

It can reach emergency call outs to remote parts of the outer Sounds in less than an hour.

No EQC targets for Fletcher until 2015

Fletcher Construction not set performance targets for quake-damaged Canterbury home repairs for more than four years.

Green corridor a 'win, win'

Leafy investment to soften the industrial streetscape of town's entranceway.

Wine industry's 'moral' issue

Should overseas vineyard workers be housed four to a room in bunk beds?

If you go to China to buy fireworks ...

Liuyang is where you will end up. It's an awful city. No foreign tourists ever visit. I love it.

Arnott's Shapes: taste test

There was outrage when Arnott's changed its Shapes biscuits - but how bad are they really?

Political heat mounts over unfinished business

Political pressure is going on city council staff over the number of incomplete projects in Hamilton.

Petstock grows in NZ pet retail market

Australian company Petstock only launched in New Zealand last year and is already keeping Kiwis' furry companions fed, healthy and clean.

Home ownership with a side of guilt

OPINION: I recently bought a house, and it feels great. Kind of.

'Hilary's popularity would rival PM's'

OPINION: Most likely Hilary Barry will appear in the mornings, opposite the show she created with Paul Henry.

Surprise at smaller Squiggles

Unsavoury truth about a new chocolate bikkie - consumers paying the same for less.

Mediaworks' week of hell

High staff turnover sees hundreds leave the public broadcaster in the past 18 months.

'Bye Hilary, says MediaWorks, and Bravo'

OPINION: A channel full of Real Housewives and Top Chefs is no substitute for local talent.

Facebook fraudster back in court

Te Kuiti farmers sue rabbi over multi-million dollar Facebook stock scam

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