Anzac Day 2013 Nelson

Anzac weather reprieve

Dry weather looks to be on the way for Anzac Day dawn services around much of the country.

Boy injured on farm

Boy suffers serious head injuries after being struck by a small motorbike on a Wairarapa farm.

Driveway death plea

Safety groups issue urgent warning after a spate of child deaths in NZ.

Body found in Akld creek

Man's body found in creek on North Shore, but specialist team needed to recover it from site.

Jail for torture trio

Trio tortured teen by burning circles on his body, shaving his head and sticking him with pins.

Kidnap suspect flees

Brett Makiri A man arrested over an alleged violent kidnapping of a woman has escaped police custody.

Crime drops after liquor law change

Alcohol-related serious assaults are decreasing as new alcohol laws make their mark.

'Indecent acts' in the classroom

Assault on former All Black alleged

Departure screams party 'crisis'

Vernon Small Disarray. There is no other word to describe the mess the Labour Party plunged into last night.

'Bully Cunliffe' tweet history

Labour's candidate for Tukituki has no intention of deleting a tweet in which she calls David Cunliffe a bully.

Greens crowdsource internet bill

Auckland Council to beam live

Jones job offer 'not shot at Labour'

PM John Key is denying Shane Jones was shoulder-tapped primarily to disrupt the Labour Party. | Party in crisis | Colourful career

Mentor approach raises questions

Classroom, students, pupils, teaching, school The Government has a lot of work to do to convince teachers its new I scheme is a magic bullet, writes NZEI National Secretary Paul Goulter.

Marc Ellis makes a leap

Former student Marc Ellis has returned to Wellesley College to celebrate its centenary.

Swimmer dips her toe in business world

Classes preserve Hindi

Language teaching 'archaic'

New Zealanders are dropping well below global levels of bilingualism, an academic warns.

Nurse inherits $300k

Doctor A nurse who inherited $300,000 from neighbours she cared for is cleared of wrongdoing.

Midwife censured

A midwife who failed the required training courses continued to care for expectant parents.

Nurses diagnose 'same as doctors'

Paraplegic forced to return records

Sea threatens city's tap water

The future of Wellington's drinking water supply could be under threat from rising sea levels.

New plant starts production

Process Operators Neeta Sharma and Greg Smith with some of the first product produced at Fonterra’s Waitoa UHT Site. The first products have rolled off the factory floor at a new $120m Fonterra UHT milk-processing plant in Waikato.

'Massive task' ahead

Farmers and grapegrowers along the South Island's East Coast are facing a huge clean-up task.

'Albino' kumara grown

Scoping-out plan is a winner

Exports down, value up

The value of New Zealand's lamb exports rose 11 per cent in the first half of the 2013-14 year, despite fewer lambs.

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