Grieving mum shares tale of loss

Lucy Hone found out first hand what resilience meant following the death of her 12-year-old daughter.

SIS under fire

SIS may apologise to Phil Goff when inquiry into the release of classified documents to WhaleOil is released.

Nurse's care of patient criticised

An Auckland nurse’s lack of care for a man with dementia has been found lacking after the man left his ward and later died.

IHC arm admits part in bath drowning

Idea Services pleads guilty to playing a part in the death of a high-needs Palmerston North teenager

Body identified

Police have confirmed the identity of a man found dead on Mount Maunganui last night.

Police told man concealing drugs

Police were told a man, who later died in jail, wanted to be sent to prison with drugs hidden inside his body.

Smith inquiry to take months

The government inquiry into how Phillip John Smith escaped jail and went to Brazil will take at least six months.

'Tried to blame corpse'

Public servant's son denies rape

Today in politics: Tuesday, November 25

Fire alarms delay Little's first big announcement.

Live: King Labour's deputy

Labour leader Andrew Little confirms Annette King as his deputy, but where's Cunliffe gone?

Call to dump Rennie

Longer term for terror laws

Little names his team

Carmel Sepuloni, Kelvin Davis and David Clark big movers in Labour's new caucus lineup.

School on alert after threats

A girl targeted by an online predator raises alarm bells about social media use at a Waitara school.

Medicated since intermediate

Plumber doesn't know where he would be if he hadn't been diagnosed with dyslexia and ADD.

Trouble or troubled? Teens overdiagnosed

PPTA agrees on teaching roles

School funding shake-up

There are winners and losers in the first school decile recalculation in seven years.

Flu deadlier than cars

"Huge toll" from seasonal influenza means the flu brings more casualties than the road toll.

Kiwis flock to Ebola mission

New Zealanders are jumping at the chance to help fight Ebola in Africa.

Care changes needed

Free to look to the future

'I should still have a son'

Grieving mum believes son's death, after incident at Hillmorton Hospital, could have been prevented.

Poachers cost 'millions'

Sheep slaughtered and taken for meat is the latest in a string of stock thefts.

Pengxin wants more

Chinese agribusiness investor eyeing more dairy farm buys and party to a new deal that could quadruple the size of Taupo's Miraka dairy plant.

$18m boost for rural women

Plant offers new jobs

$115k fine for milk stink

South Taranaki District Council has been fined $115k over smell from Fonterra milk dumped in eader.

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