jumping on cars

Hopping mad over jump stunts

Police are on the hunt for the ''little darlings'' who damaged five cars by jumping on the bonnets.

Mum's the word for accused

Woman on drug charges wins suppression because her name is the same as her well-known mother's.

Hager fights police raid case

Author Nicky Hager has kicked off his court battle with police over their raid on his house earlier this month, which he believes was illegal. 

Roast Busters drinking worry

Roast Busters case shows teens have little information on how to handle themselves when drunk, agencies say.

Support needed for sex assault cases

Justice minister says there is room to improve how justice system deals with sexual assault allegations.

Ex-cop pleads guilty

blowers trial lawyer Ex-cop accused of stealing and supplying confiscated meth unexpectedly admits his guilt.

Cops hurt in pursuit

Driver Tasered after allegedly ramming police car in a dramatic chase in Christchurch today.

Hoodie murder appeal opens

Sex convictions quashed

Right to smoko goes

Mug of tea Workplace reform law, including removal of statutory right to meal breaks and smokos, is passed by MPs.

'Barking mad' idea

PM calls Green Party MP's suggestion to treat Ebola with homeopathy "barking mad".

WTO deal gets Labour support

Live: Brakes on breaks?

PM OK with minister's conviction

Prime Minister John Key says he is not concerned that the police minister has a past drink-driving conviction.

Kapa haka confidence

Kapa haka They only had six weeks' practice before their big performance but Limehills School took to the stage with confidence at one of Southland's biggest kapa haka events.

ERO confirms school woes

An Education Review Office (ERO) review into Waitaki Boys' High School has backed up independent reports that identified management and governance issues.

Student fraud rises

Pupils suspended for hazing

Band challenge looms for kids

Students at an Auckland school have been looming at a furious pace as they try to set a NZ record for the longest band.

Medical mishaps increase

surgery Baby left brain damaged after meningitis missed - among 454 medical mishaps in last year.

Auckland fireplaces safe for now

A contentious fireplace ban which could affect over 70,000 Auckland homes has been put on the backburner.

Ebola scare dismissed

Booking blunders investigated

Was blind but now I see

You may knock on wood for luck, but it was a knock to the head that had miraculous results.

Farmer's last chance

Phillip Woolley Marlborough's Phillip Woolley, called NZ's 'most recidivist' offender, faces prison if he doesn't clean up his act.

Take lepto seriously

The impact of leptospirosis will have far-reaching effects on the family and colleagues of a vet battling the disease.

Think diversification

Perfect on-farm partnership

New life for old girl

Allan Andrews' tractor has retired to the country after its previous life as a road sweeper.

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