Bill Mitchell says this year's Anzac Day service may be his final one - but his daughter's not so sure.

101-year-old veteran soldiers on

Bill Mitchell says this year's Anzac Day service may be his final one - but his daughter's not so sure.

Honouring the fallen

Large numbers of young people going to Anzac Day services show youth are "taking a leading role" in commemorations.

Burglary ring smashed

A major burglary ring was busted after a series of dramatic car chases in Nelson.

Police hunt teen after robberies

A petrol station attendant has been hit with a shotgun in the latest of three armed robberies in Auckland.

Sex torture videos 'the worst'

A man downloaded sordid files so extreme a judge described it as a snuff movie.

Sunglasses worth $25,000 stolen

Police Police warn about cheap sunglasses being offered for sale after thousands of designer brands stolen from Auckland shop.

Alleged casino cheat 'very unlucky'

A man accused of cheating while playing baccarat at SkyCity casino is bewildered by the charges and said he lost $25,000 there in a year.

Kidnap suspect still on run

Car yard hit again

Nats milking Housing NZ: Labour

NZ house, real estate, property Labour has accused the Government of using Housing NZ as a "cash cow" by demanding dividends of almost $500 million.

Axe falls on EECA staff

The state agency responsible for boosting energy savings is shedding 20 per cent of its staff.

Rebuild tensions bubbling

No minimum price

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".

Phillipstown's actions commendable

Phillipstown School principal Tony Simpson Either we are serious about promoting closer community relationships or we aren't - we can't do both, writes Professor Gregory Lee

Waikato top of class at cheating

The University of Waikato has one of highest rates of cheaters.

Govt gets tough on UC's $100m

'Indecent acts' in the classroom

Language teaching 'archaic'

New Zealanders are dropping well below global levels of bilingualism, an academic warns.

Donation in son's memory

Lynne Bishop has donated a $22,000 defibrillator An Opunake woman has turned tragedy into the gift of life with a remarkable act of charity.

Sad lives of mentally ill

Health records from Carrington Psychiatric Hospital have shed light on how mental health patients were treated more than a century ago.

Measles warning at tourist attraction

Widow's heartfelt Alzheimer's plea

Sea threatens city's tap water

The future of Wellington's drinking water supply could be under threat from rising sea levels.

Facial eczema warning

Facial eczema spore North Island farmers have been warned to check their stock for signs of facial eczema following a sharp jump in spore numbers.

Love transcends language bar

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

No confidence vote for straw

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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