UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Ban Ki Moon to visit

Secretary General of the UN will receive an honorary doctorate of the University of Auckland.

'Black Widow' killer files appeal

Helen Milner reaches out to Supreme Court after appeal to overturn convictions for murdering her husband is rejected.

Outrage 'won't stop calm classes'

Kiwis could soon be seeing more "mindful" classrooms, as the calming technique gains traction overseas, experts say.

Child severely burnt

Man charged with assault after a 3-year-old boy was seriously burnt in West Otago.

Man recorded rapes

A ''high-risk'' Timaru paedophile has been sentenced to 18 years' jail.

'Disgusting' act in carpark

Police Police are seeking witnesses after a "well-known" offender committed indecent acts in sight of girl.

Convicted doctor loses registration

A doctor convicted of indecent assault against the two young children of a close friend has lost his medical registration.

Sentence angers family

Thieves use pickaxe in gun burglary

Craig takes aim at Peters

Colin Craig Conservative Party leader Colin Craig uses immigration debate to take aim at Winston Peters.

Peters, Key and 'truth'

John Key says he doesn't believe him - but Winston Peters says the PM must know about the coup attempt. | Political bloodstock | Latest poll

NZ First faces legal action

National invests in forests

Key and Nats slip

The gloss is wearing off John Key over the dirty politics saga, latest Stuff.co.nz/Ipsos poll suggests.

My beef with uni Arts funding

graduates - uni funding Our unis are failing us by focusing on science and ignoring academia, languages and the Arts.

Seeing double at school

It would be easy to think you were seeing double at a Hamilton intermediate school - it has 13 sets of twins.

Parents outraged

Student sews for Samoa

Towering future awaits

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

No new measles cases

Measles There have been no new cases of measles notified to Waikato District Health Board in the last fortnight.

St John 'not a charity'

A former St John volunteer is questioning whether it should be run as a charity given lives depended on it.

Residents angry after asbestos burnt

$80m bill for boozing

Clock ticking on DNA

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

Lochinver sale change denied

Lochinver Station near Taupo Labour appears to be warning it may not be able to block the sale of Lochinver station to Chinese investors.

Fonterra stink worries

Resident affected by the stench of millions of litres of rotting buttermilk now fears another community might be lumped with the putrid problem.

Hawke's Bay grower wins

Foreign land sales hotly debated

Bid to improve quad safety

A South Canterbury man thinks the anti-roll bar he designed could reduce quad bike accidents.

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