PM lampooned on US show video

Prime Minister John Key's ponytail-pulling antics have earned him a spot on US comedy show Last Week Tonight.

Prime Minister John Key’s ponytail pranks have landed him another spot on US comedy show Last Week Tonight.

Anzac exhibition a hit

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Te Papa, Gallipoli, The Scale of our War exhibition.
Visitor place poppies on one of the exhibits.

Visitors are queuing for more than two hours for Te Papa's latest exhibition. Is it worth it?

DNA secrets revealed

Supplied by Daily Telegraph.
Illustration / graphic  DNA double helix

3:00 AM  Some people have natural genetic health benefits that could be used to use to treat others

Man trapped in car

police emergency, nz, generic, crime, crime scene, notebook

Emergency services attended a serious crash on state highway 33 at 5.30pm on Monday.

PM navigates Dubai skies video

Prime Minister John Key with UAE prime minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at Zabeel Palace, Dubai.

Prime Minister John Key has taken his knack for navigating tricky situations to the skies.

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crime

Raiders butcher prized beef

The butchered remains of a shot cow lie in a roadside paddock.

Two valuable in-calf cows among cattle gunned down and butchered in a roadside paddock near Whakatane.

Car crime squad launched

A crack car squad is back in Wellington as police deal with as many as 50 thefts from cars a week.

Laundromat robbed at gunpoint

Kiwi controlled dope

politics

PM lampooned on US show video

Prime Minister John Key's ponytail-pulling antics have earned him a spot on US comedy show Last Week Tonight.

Prime Minister John Key's ponytail pranks have landed him another spot on US comedy show Last Week Tonight.

PM on a tightrope in the Gulf

John Key is in the Gulf to drum up support for deeper trade ties, but he is also walking a tightrope..

Prime Minister John Key with UAE prime minister Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum at Zabeel Palace, Dubai.

PM navigates Dubai skies video

Prime Minister John Key has taken his knack for navigating tricky situations to the skies.

education

Booze ban for halls

Victoria University's  Katharine Jermyn Hall on Boulcott St is under an alcohol ban.

A Vic Uni accommodation hall has banned alcohol after ''excessive drinking" and wild behaviour that left holes in the ceiling.

School's doors were never closing

Widespread gossip has ensnared one Auckland school.

Onslow College students Matthew Randle and Catherine Pot, both 16, have been spending lunchtimes in the physics lab preparing since being selected to compete for New Zealand at the Physics World Cup.

Let's get physical

Five high-school students are looking to bring back an unusual World Cup gold medal.

health

DNA secrets revealed

Supplied by Daily Telegraph.
Illustration / graphic  DNA double helix

3:00 AM  Some people have natural genetic health benefits that could be used to use to treat others

Right-to-die lawyer accepts groups to have say

Terminally ill lawyer Lecretia Seales has accepted judges decision to allow lobby groups to have a say in her fight to change assisted dying laws.

Canterbury District Health Board general manager, older person, orthopaedics and rehabilitation Dan Coward

Surgery rates down

Up to 550 patients are missing elective orthopedic surgery in Canterbury each year.

farming

Meetings 'fuel frustration'

Cambridge farmer Garry Reymer.

Radical change called for to the Fonterra Shareholders Council to better serve interests of 10,000-or-so farmer-owners.

Seed drill a Rolls Royce system

Feilding soil scientist and inventor is on a mission to save the world's soils and has created the "Rolls Royce" of direct drill seed machines.

The butchered remains of a shot cow lie in a roadside paddock.

Raiders butcher prized beef

Two valuable in-calf cows among cattle gunned down and butchered in a roadside paddock near Whakatane.

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