Robyn Mathisen

Woman trapped under a ute

Lying face down with her legs pinned, Robyn Mathisen wondered if she would live.

Person hit by train

Police have confirmed a person has died after being hit by a train on Napier's Marine Parade.

Arrest after manhunt

Police have made an arrest after a car chase and search in central Wellington this afternoon.

Inadequacies, failures cited in deaths

Inadequate care and failure were cited in Health and Disability Commissioner reviews into three deaths

High profile shootings in NZ

The slaying of two WINZ workers slams home the reality that NZ isn't immune from deadly rampages.

Ashburton shooting suspect held

Armed police hunt for man connected to Ashburton shooting at WINZ Farmer tips off police to suspicious man after two die at Ashburton Work and Income.

Live: Alleged gunman captured

Police have found and arrested John Henry Tully in relation to today's fatal shootings at a Work and Income office in Ashburton.

The Ashburton shooting suspect

Threats to WINZ staff

Bloggers targeted journalist

bernard hickey Leaked emails show Whale Oil blogger and company decided to target journalist who was seen as an enemy.

2 inquiries on Rawshark claims

There are twin panels set to scrutinise claims made about Judith Collins and the Security Intelligence Service.

Things 'tense' with Judith Collins

Making transport efficient

Up a river, with a paddle

Greens co-leader Russel Norman looks more like he's in the middle of a holiday than in the thick of a campaign trail.

The write stuff to study at UCLA

Shoshana Sachi Shoshana Sachi is the first New Zealander to be accepted into a prestigious screenwriting course in Los Angeles.

Controversial essays banned

A teacher who banned pupils writing about suicide and abortion has reignited debate about censorship.

Grittier texts lure in readers

Shades so cool for school

Towering future awaits

The 11-year-old chosen to follow in Steven Adams' footsteps already has one big thing going for him.

SFO called in

NZ money, cash Southern District Health Board calls in Serious Fraud Office to investigate whether it has been defrauded.

Silence the killer - teen suicide

It was the best of times. It was about the worst of times.

Drugs giants in spin cycle

A kidney between friends

Clock ticking on DNA

A looming legal deadline may spell the death of some people's only chance of having children.

Cuts destroy team

Jacqueline Rowarth Restructuring has destroyed the team of AgResearch scientists that made a big discovery for NZ agriculture.

'Appalling behaviour'

A Morrinsville farming company boss allegedly offered regional council inspectors kickbacks.

Downgrade no cause for alarm

Better prepared for wind

Are we missing out?

Massey University professor, Peter Kemp, is concerned NZ will not fully capitalise on the genetic revolution in the primary industries.

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