Peter James Edwards

Father sold drugs to daughter

Man who supplied scores of guns to gang members and sold meth to his own daughter jailed.

Prison party ends badly

A Wellington trio broke in to a prison to have a party - and unsurprisingly got caught out.

Water supply gas leak

10:42am Firefighters are investigating a possible chlorine leak at a West Coast water pumping station.

Bulletproof Brownlee

OPINION: Is PM's refusal to accept Gerry Brownlee's resignation a sign National thinks it's bulletproof? | In through out door

Missed appointments cost millions

Millions of taxpayers' dollars wasted as Auckland patients fail to make it to hospital appointments.

Man pulls nailgun in robbery

Gavel A man has admitted using a nailgun to rob an Auckland branch of Kiwibank of $3040 cash.

Tidy burglar makes clean escape

A tidy burglar stacked dishes on another table before stealing a tablecloth and cash.

Violent offender online inside

Guilty plea for ad scam

No review of religious teaching

bible Education Minister rules out review of the law allowing religious instruction in state schools. | Bible class stoush

Beehive Live: July 25

It's been a week of apologies, valedictories and late resignations. Our politics team is live from the Beehive.

Co-founders reflect on careers

National standards 'need time'

In through out door

Gerry Brownlee made an airport faux pas - and now his own department is investigating him.| Bulletproof Brownlee

Kids' ratings released

School classroom Otago kids best at reading, writing and maths, while others are lagging behind, national standards data shows.

Tauranga campus green light

Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion dollar campus in Tauranga.

Ministry steps in to heated zone stoush

Vanuatu volunteer 'rewarded'

Moving mountains for school

Auckland Museum has given a 5 metre by 2m 3D version of Everest to Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate.

Apology for costly ambulance ride

	 Diana Le Mon St John Ambulance will review their private transport fees after two Waikato patients were overcharged.

Living with invisible illness

How do you make people understand that you're ill if you don't have any physical symptions?

Life's a pain for teen

Health board in the black

'I had it all. Then it happened'

I was a 20-a-day smoker, ate lots of fry ups and was living life to the full. But I didn't want to die.

Security tightened

Pig farmers install laser buzzers and alarm systems to keep trespassing activists out.

'Borrowed time'

Canpac's remaining 220 staff could be on borrowed time, after Fonterra refused to offer assurances.

Kicking up a pest stink

Dick Smith backs campaign

New regs mean changes

As new regulations on the management of freshwater in NZ take hold, changes to farming are inevitable.

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