Jason Ede

'Black ops' man quits

Jason Ede, the National staffer at the centre of the book Dirty Politics, has resigned after "11 long years".

Wgtn trains back on track

Wellington trains run again after waves crashing over rail lines disrupted services.

Morris murder-accused named

The man accused of murdering West Auckland man Connor Morris can now be named.

Teen bus passengers assaulted

Police say a man indecently assaulted girls on two separate North Island bus trips.

Bones found under water tanks

Bones found on Waiheke Island have been identified as pre-European.

Armed trio hold up shop

Police Police search for three armed men who held up a Hamilton shop tonight.

Knifeman on the run

A 'dangerous' man with a spider web tattoo is wanted by police after sexual and violent assaults.

'Not a hate crime'

Million dollar tax fraud

No rest for Key

John Key PM's feet will have barely touched the ground from his historic election win before playing host to world leaders. | Nats to reshuffle

Broke and angry after election

David Cunliffe should "jump in the lake", says candidate who claims he'd be a better leader.

Labour caucus knives out

Beehive Live: The work begins

Death throes, low blows

Everyone could have used some pseudoephedrine on election night.

School lunches 'harm kids'

school lunch, eating Our school canteens are still selling foods high in saturated fat, sugar and sodium.

Min Ed's big move

The Ministry of Education is set to move its head office into a refurbished Bowen St building next year.

St Mary's is a family tradition

'I'm sick of kids failing'

Words of inspiration for students

Jack Tame, TVNZ's United States correspondent, is back in the country and has urged CPIT students to make the most of their education.

GP's melanoma miss criticised

Hospital corridor, generic A GP who failed to check up on a woman's suspected melanoma has been found to have breached professional standards.

Nightmare birth scared woman

Anaesthetist and surgeon censured after woman was in so much pain during a C-section that nurses had to hold down her legs.

NZ gets air ambulance jet

Grateful for everything good

Former AB raises dementia awareness

Kiwis need to start talking about Alzheimer's instead of avoiding the topic, says Reuben Thorne.

Payout cut looms

Fonterra Dairy prices have stabilised but not enough to prevent Fonterra having to cut its milk price forecast, economists say.

Contract saved tired farmers

A farmer believes her family was targeted by a new employee trying to bait them into a summary dismissal.

Farmer's hand minced in machine

Pre-lamb squeeze tough on shearers

Synlait Milk profit right on target

Chairman said the focus during the year had been to deliver promises made to shareholders when the company listed in 2013.

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