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Rapist 'a revolting human'

A Wellington poet who locked a woman in his shop and raped her has been jailed.

Safety review after worker's death

Lyttelton Port CEO defends his position as union boss questions his ability to do the job after recent deaths.

Brake failure fatal for truck driver

The death of a Waikato truck driver could have been avoided, inquest reveals.

Judith Collins' downfall: 'Death by 1000 cuts'

4:48pm Blogger Cameron Slater denies being responsible for Judith Collins' downfall, saying his email stating "Collins is gunning for [SFO boss] Feeley" wasn't a lie but "embellishing is a good word".

Principal issues drugs warning

A primary school is worried students won't enrol if legal high shops are allowed to open nearby.

Shooter targets buses

Bus Two Dunedin buses were shot at by an alleged drive-by shooter with an air rifle yesterday.

'Disgusting' act in carpark

Police are seeking witnesses after a "well-known" offender committed indecent acts in sight of girl.

Convicted doctor loses registration

Man recorded rapes

Dirty politics inquiry?

LABOUR LEADER: David Cunliffe. David Cunliffe calls for a full investigation into the Government's "underhand tactics".

National and friends: The highs and lows

Even before Judith's quitting today, there's been no shortage of hot water for National MPs and their allies to get into.

From the Beehive: Collins' resignation

Hager's hacker

Judith Collins: Career timeline

In light of Judith Collins’ resignation from Cabinet this afternoon, we look back over her time in Parliament. 

Grittier texts lure in readers

book Teachers are increasingly turning to darker tales to get pupils interested in reading.

Shades so cool for school

A Cambridge primary school has put optional sunglasses on the uniform list.

Outrage 'won't stop calm classes'

My beef with uni Arts funding

Towering future awaits

The 11-year-old chosen to follow in Steven Adams' footsteps already has one big thing going for him.

A kidney between friends

Michael Miller They are best mates who will do anything for one another - even give up an organ.

No new measles cases

There have been no new cases of measles notified to Waikato District Health Board in the last fortnight.

St John 'not a charity'

Residents angry after asbestos burnt

Clock ticking on DNA

A looming legal deadline may spell the death of some people's only chance of having children.

Delays frustrate hemp growers

Kina Beach Vineyard. Seed growers are fed up with continued delays limiting them from growing hemp for the 2014/15 season and developing a vibrant industry.

Lochinver sale change denied

Labour appears to be warning it may not be able to block the sale of Lochinver station to Chinese investors.

Bid to improve quad safety

Fonterra stink worries

Fire control warning

Canterbury farmers warned to keep winter burn-offs from spreading or face big bills in fire control costs.

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