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Baby's near miss with train

An Auckland train managed to stop 20 metres from a baby in a pram that had rolled onto the tracks.

18 min ago  Father jumps onto tracks to rescue baby as train approaches.

'Why not simply ask?'

The police search at the home of Heather du Plessis-Allan, co-host of TV3's Story with Duncan Garner, has come under fire.

7 min ago  Retired judge criticises police for searching Heather du Plessis-Allan's home for handwriting sample.

Body found in Dunedin lot video

Fencing is erected around the Dunedin site where a body was found.

9:21 AM  Body found in Dunedin lot beside Bunnings Warehouse, police say death "unexplained".

Smash hurts mum, daughter video

A crash on Cobham Drive, in Hamilton, on Wednesday morning caused traffic delays.

9:48 AM  A driver travelling the wrong way down a Hamilton road crashed head on into a another car.

Dogs 'tore chunks off' woman

A Dunedin woman attacked by three Irish wolfhound dogs, similar to the one pictured, on Tuesday needs multiple operations, including plastic surgery.

Witness likens attack on Dunedin woman by three Irish wolfhounds to a "shark attack".

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Trial date set for Taupo toddler murder case

Three-year-old Taupo boy Moko Rangitoheriri, who died after an alleged assault.

10:24 AM  The two people facing murder charges over the death of Taupo toddler Moko Rangitoheriri‚úď will stand trial on May 2, 2016.

Protester assaulted Paul Henry

9:57 AM  A man has been found guilty of lunging and spitting at broadcaster Paul Henry during an out of control protest.

Clothes hunt after robbery

The crims who stole Christmas


Call to ditch convention centre

Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee said a Treasury report criticising rebuild projects was "absolutely appalling''.

10:36 AM  Tourism boss says Government should consider ditching convention centre plans

U-turn on student loan cap

Medical students successfully lobby Government to scrap 7-year student loan cap.

Duncan Garner and Heather du Plessis-Allan. hosts of TV3's Story.

Nose for a story too good?

OPINION: Heather du Plessis-Allan is relentless in pursuit of a story.


Parents ditch modern classrooms

Classrooms full of desks and chairs are on their way out as schools move towards modern classrooms.

9:30 AM  Schools are loving big open classrooms but parents aren't so convinced.

Raising the bar

Community of Learning looks to improve reading, writing and arithmetic in Marlborough.

Jonathan Tucker is retiring from teaching in the classroom, at age 76, after starting in 1962.

Exit, stage left, Mr Tucker video

Jonathan Tucker is retiring after 50 years of teaching at James Hargest College.


Clear from cancer in time for Christmas

Rochelle Faire has had massive amounts of support from the entire Taumarunui community but mostly from her family, husband Mike and daughters Kyla and Taylor.

10:48 AM  Being the gift of life four years after a cancer diagnosis is a pretty good Christmas present.

Government U-turn on student loans

Medical students successfully lobby Government to scrap 7-year student loan cap.

The Capital & Coast District Health Board is investigating a potential privacy breach at Wellington Hospital that may have gone undetected for years.

Patient privacy investigation in Wellington

District Health Board tight-lipped on potential breach, which could have gone undetected for years.

Women of Influence

Being a woman in a man's world video

Joan Withers had little time to contemplate her award as Westpac Women of Influence supreme winner, going straight into a Mighty River Power shareholder's meeting the next day.

Girls in low-decile schools lack the role models to inspire them to success, says the award-winning business leader.

Why women start business

Sarah Lin wanted freedom and flexibility when she started her 3D printing company.

Winners of the Women of Influence awards 2015.

2015 winners

Businesswoman Joan Withers is named the supreme winner at this year's Women of Influence awards.


Fonterra punishment a breach

Fonterra bought the Studholme factory when New Zealand Dairies went bust and then paid the farmers that had supplied it less for their milk.

9:33 AM  Fonterra was wrong to put 20 South Canterbury farmers on less attractive contracts, High Court says.

Dairy prices begin recovery

9:10 AM  Dairy prices rose 3.6 per cent at the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight.

Wild boars roaming Rerekapa Station in remote Taranaki backcountry  are killing Aren Roche's lambs.

Wild pigs feast on prime lamb

11 min ago  Hunters breeding and releasing pigs on a remote North Taranaki station are threatening farmers' livelihoods.

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