Cory James Clements

'Frantic tooting' before crash

Cory James Clements had a 22 second window to get out of the way of the train that would kill him.

Catheter pierced woman's heart

Couple wonder how a medical mistake that killed their toddler happened to another family.

Partygoers take note

Review of police handling of "out of control" parties shows officers overstep the mark at times, but brings clarification of their powers.

Guilty of parents' attack

Man "reluctantly" pleads guilty to attacking his mum with a club and his stepfather with scissors.

'Ended in tears, nasty case'

The EQC's top engineer turned up to do a repair strategy for a garage which had been condemned.

Resignation amid fraud probe

Generic money Senior Dunedin City Council manager steps down but says he knew nothing of major fraud.

Cameron Slater lays police complaint

The Whaleoil blogger has complained to police over Nicky Hager's book Dirty Politics.

Trafficking charges laid

Dodgy legs thwart burglars' getaway

Doing deals with Winston Peters

Peters Key National leader John Key says he trusts NZ First leader Winston Peters not to force the country back to the polls, but that Peters will demand a price.

And the underdog is....

Both David Cunliffe and John Key are playing down their chances in their first head-to-head debate.

MP's anger over Dirty Politics

Leaders face off

National's health promises

National is promising faster cancer treatment and extra money for arthritis, back pain and joint conditions.

Canterbury Uni posts interim profit

Canterbury University But says full-year result hard to forecast given year-end adjustments for property revaluations and impairments.

Anger at school's calming idea

Some Southland parents furious as a school suggests a calming technique for pupils in the wake of bullying.

School app saves time

Frustration over school zones

Towering future awaits

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

Coeliac NZ slams beer label rules

alcohol generic Regulators are looking at changing a new rule which would prevent labels saying whether beer is gluten-free.

Auckland gets a reprieve from measles

With no new confirmed cases in nearly three months, Auckland's measles outbreak is over.

Mentally ill on streets

'I didn't know the danger'

Clock ticking on DNA

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

Shrek still a world-bleater

shaun sheep Those Aussies are forever trying to pull the wool over our eyes. But this time, the dags have fallen short.

More obey poo rules

ECan says more dairy farmers are following rules for disposing of their cows' waste.

MPI approves canning plant

A2 growing but little profit

Beyond the pale

Louise Giltrap is concerned to find clean drinking water is not always available for some farm workers.

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