Hadleigh Cox

Rat's tail for the chop

Hadleigh Cox has been attached to his spectacular rat's tail in more ways than one; now he's set to exterminate it.

No suspicious circumstances

Police investigating death at an Auckland squash club say there are no suspicious circumstances.

Sewage warning

Sewage is spewing into Bluff Harbour after a pipe burst at the main pump station today.

Referendum will impact NZ Scots

Will New Zealand's Edinburgh of the south become more Scottish as a result of tomorrow's independence referendum?

'I think I may have hurt someone'

Murder accused allegedly sent text about "f...... up so bad" around the time of stabbing, court told.

Not guilty of attempted cop murder

Gavel An Otara man who savagely beat a police officer has been found not guilty of attempted murder.

Pistol-wielding robber jailed

Man convicted for pointing pistol at victim's head and takingcash from his pocket.

Raped while sleeping

Robber's victims still fearful

'I don't run the NSA'

john key PM says he wasn't told if the NSA was working here but he can't rule it out. | Eminem fires back at Nats

How the Snowden story unfolded

He said, then Key said. Lost the plot over the spying allegations being slung back and forwards? Here's a quick catch-up.

ACT: Don't believe the polls

Election 2014: Talking tech

The meaty questions

John Key and David Cunliffe argue over who would have the numbers to govern, as the final leaders' debate is held.

Education a hot election topic

School Education has been a hot topic this election but how do policies actually affect Joe and Junior Bloggs?

Poor uni rankings

Kiwi universities' sustained slide down world rankings has education leaders worried.

Teachers need 'attitude change'

Auckland top NZ uni

'Zombies' spark cyber challenge

University-initiated cyber security challenge will see students battle against zombie virus.

Hi-tech knight saves women's lives

Sir Michael Brady Sir Michael Brady is a breast man and millions of women worldwide should be glad that he is.

Long way to recovery

An Invercargill family are facing a long road into the darkness after a horrific crash left their teenage son battling for his life.

The first One Dollar Warrior

Fruean inspires heart patients

'Beard of Awesome' nears end

Ryan Crotty will feel like he is burying an old friend when his beard is shaved for charity tomorrow.

Danone plans NZ food hub

Danone, John Key French food giant has big plans for its NZ infant formula products after buying two Kiwi companies.

Payout cut on the cards

Dairy prices have stabilised but not enough to stop Fonterra cutting its milk price forecast, economists say.

Yachts targeted in fruit fly fight

Pig farmer rescues protester

Shrek fleeced of record

A woolly Aussie heavyweight claims to have toppled Kiwi sheep Shrek's decade-old 27kg record.

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