Brendan Horan

'I'm not scared of a few little papers'

Brendan Horan went down to the pub to get served - a $350,000 damages claim.

'50 Shades' appeal lost

The Crown loses appeal in the case of a woman who claimed she was raped by her ex-husband after he pretended to be someone else.

Top MP's airport breach

Gerry Brownlee faces investigation after airport security breach which he offered to resign over.

Dead driver named

An teenage driver killed in a head-on crash in Tararua has been named.

'No ill will' over death

The family of former detective Joshua Liava'a says they hold "no ill will" against the relative accused of their father's murder.

Rewa rape inquiry errors

Malcolm Rewa Police made mistakes in the Malcolm Rewa rape case, but there is "insufficient evidence" to say that prevented them catching him sooner.

Ex-Air NZ staffer bailed

Ex-Air NZ staff member charged with smuggling P into New Zealand while working as a cabin attendant can now be named.

Slain father-of-three farewelled

Major drug haul at routine check

Craig chastises candidate

Colin Craig Conservative leader hauls candidate into line for threatening to name prominent Kiwi with name suppression.

Cartoons 'negative, insulting'

MP Louisa Wall is appalled the Human Rights Commission has not upheld a single complaint under its race relations section.

'Make Maori compulsory'

Kids' ratings released

A case of second-term-itis?

A contrite Gerry Brownlee must have skated very close to losing his job after his breach of airline security.

Students free to drink on campus

Canterbury University Canterbury University is likely to be exempted from a bylaw banning alcohol consumption in the area.

Greens: Put solar panels in schools

The Green Party wants to spend $20m putting solar panels into 500 schools over three years.

'Opting in' for bible class

Cafe culture at school

Moving mountains for school

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

Glass slivers prompt medicine recall

Jackie Hamilton Eagle-eyed pharmacist spotted a shard of glass in a bottle of medicine, sparking national recall.

Auckland's disease hotspots found

Westies and North Shore residents are being struck down with more diseases than other Aucklanders.

How bad is this flu season?

Mayors pushed for legal high ban

'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.

Seeds rendered worthless

Carrots in flower for seed Some Canterbury farmers are facing big losses after bad weather ruined their seed crops.

Export suspension lifted

Alliance Group's Pukeuri plant has been given the green light to resume exports to China.

Sheep placenta beauty treatment

Sharing produces rewards

Bees knees

Teenage beekeeping brothers Matthew and Daniel Mason have grown their business to 100 hives in five years.

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