Family's grief 'too raw'

Blood and flowers mark the spot where a family's world was shattered on a driveway.

Crash clogs motorway

Traffic clogged for most of the morning after a serious crash on Auckland's Northwestern motorway.

Marshall in stoush

Ex-All Black Justin Marshall allegedly drinking inside Queenstown strip-club before he was assaulted.

Widow's heartfelt Alzheimer's plea

Funding for Alzheimer's disease support in the Waikato is a fraction of what other district health boards offer, despite its importance and the increasing need.

Blind climber aims for Kilimanjaro

Blind Wellington mountaineer Neelu Memon is on a mission to scale some of the world's tallest peaks.

Shotgun, man sought

Police Police look for shotgun allegedly used in Makara Beach shooting - and a third suspect.

Robbery accused in remand

Man accused of robbing a bank and biting police officers spent most of a court appearance unsuccessfully trying to shield his face.

Kidnap suspect flees

Crime drops after liquor law change

Show goes on - Cunliffe

Shane Jones Labour leader David Cunliffe says the Shane Jones' departure is not a disaster, and won't scupper the party's election chances.

Jones, Greens exchange barbs

War of words escalates with Greens calling departing Labour MP Shane Jones sexist and saying he won't be missed.

Christchurch rebuild too slow

Labour promises pensions for all vets

Davis resurfaces, keen to hound Harawira

Shane Jone's resignation allows for the return to Parliament of his old friend Kelvin Davis, who says he has "unfinished business".

Govt gets tough on UC's $100m

university of canterbury The Government may withhold a $100 million cash boost from the University of Canterbury.

Mentor approach raises questions

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

Swimmer dips her toe in business world

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.

Love transcends language bar

Enkhnasan Chuluunbaatar Love bloomed in a Mongolian desert for a Golden Bay woman. Now she and her husband are creating a new life in rural New Zealand.

Pushing the boundaries

Taranaki couple have unfinished business in farm environment contest after winning four prizes but missing out on the supreme award.

No confidence vote for straw

Revamp may force change

Storm cuts milk flows

Westland Milk Products may not meet a few export orders because of last week's ferocious storm.

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