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'A lot of kids make mistakes'
When Peter Tuapawa competes in the grand final of the Young Butcher of the Year it will mark a remarkable chapter in a story of redemption.
A memorial of three miners to rest in middle of Greymouth lake to honour hundreds of men who have died in West Coast mining accidents.
Health boards are snapping up a British initiative to improve productivity in hospital wards and operating theatres.
Gifted Maori children are being overlooked in the classroom as teachers fail to recognise their unique genius, researcher says.
More debris from the stricken Rena washed ashore on Coromandel beaches, with crews cleaning up along the Mercury Bay coastline.
Craig "The Lion Man" Busch has told of his pride and joy in being back with his big cats, at the renamed Kingdom of Zion wildlife park.
He is this weekend celebrating the official reopening of the park, on the outskirts of Whangarei.
Fight for Life cult hero Paige Hareb is considering following Sonny Bill Williams' example and juggling a professional boxing career with her world-class surfing campaign.
Thought a triple backflip was impressive? Nah, that was nothing - try a quadruple backflip.
Of all the fields Clinton Toopi has made an impact on during his association with rugby league, one that doesn't involve a football has provided the biggest kicks.
OPINION: Disappointing. That is the word that sprang to mind after watching the Black Caps crumble at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
OPINION: I've still got a mental picture of Jock Hobbs wandering around Apia in a lava-lava. It's a long way from enduring images of him in an All Blacks jersey.
Jerome Kaino's contract negotiations for next year have been put on hold while he awaits medical advice following his shoulder operation.
Troubled young league star Arana Taumata has been given a 12-month lifeline by Penrith.
A computer fault has disrupted NI production of the Sunday Star-Times and Sunday News.
David Bain has paid tribute to his father Robin for helping him become the man he is today.
Dads' lazy eating habits are partly to blame for childhood obesity, a researcher says.
MPS will consider a petition questioning the lack of Huljich-related charges against John Banks and Don Brash.
Local councils have clocked up $1606 in debt for every man, woman and child in New Zealand.
A Korean fishing boat is under High Court arrest over claims its owners owe $2.335 million in unpaid wages over two years.
MICHAEL FIELD - Sunday Star TimesEthnic groups are pushing to have multicultural policy "entrenched" in any future constitution.
NZ needs to keep its dignity and prove it has its own sovereign justice system, says Bram van der Kolk.
He's still our sexiest politician, but the teapot tapes and the furore over a radio stunt have driven John Key's overall popularity to its lowest ebb.
Imprisoned gang leaders with access to large sums of money are turning prison employees into contraband mules.
The mood of the nation is at the lowest point since the global financial crisis of 2008 – and New Zealanders' hopes for this year are bleak.
Kiwis regularly moan about the daily commute to work, but one in five of us wouldn't swap it for a instant transport via a teleporter.
A complaint has been made to police after an incident involving former Kiwis and Warriors league coach Frank Endacott.
It is understood the incident occurred at a property in Endacott's north Canterbury town of Rangiora.
Peter Jackson's upcoming two-part blockbuster movies based on The Hobbit will bring precious windfalls for Kiwi tourism operators.
A day at the pool almost ended in tragedy for nine-year-old Luke Rathgen but the quick thinking of two friends saved his life.
Ninety Mile Beach and Cape Reinga are a step closer to adopting their Maori names following the signing of a significant Treaty settlement.
Christchurch's potholed and wonky roads are taking a toll on the city's vehicles.
Middle-aged Kiwis are lining up for plastic surgery to compete with their younger colleagues in the workplace.
A high kiwi dollar against the euro is hurting the tourism industry as the cost of visiting soars for Europeans.
The teenager who raped a five-year-old girl in a Turangi holiday park has gang connections.
Labour Department officials have ruled out prosecuting their own staff over alleged failings in the lead-up to the Pike River mining tragedy.
An alleged global internet pirate nabbed in an international sting has revealed a troubled past and love of a local songstress.
Police have released the names of the 11 people killed in a balloon crash near Carterton.
NEIL REID - Sunday NewsSilence. It's the one thing Jesper Kristiansen craves the most as he prepares to line up against speedway rivals.
FRED WOODCOCK - Sunday NewsNewly crowned New Zealand male road cyclist of the year Jesse Sergent is hunting his first national road race title in Christchurch today.
BEN STANLEY - Sunday NewsJune 7, 1999, and New York's Shea Stadium is packed for a Major League Baseball (MLB) game between the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays.
BEN STANLEY - Sunday NewsJust as he has thousands of times before, Blake Signal lowers his right knee to the ground, while, in the exact same motion, lets his arm swing back and smoothly forward.
PAIGE HAREB - Sunday NewsSausages sizzling on the barbecue, a couple of cold brews, a spot of beach cricket – at its best, a Kiwi summer is pretty hard to top.
TODD MURRAY - Sunday NewsOPINION: A funny thing happened on Thursday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Aussie sport won ... and lost.
Ports of Auckland is digging in for a lengthy war with its wharfies, as both sides upped the ante in the waterfront dispute.
New Labour leader David Shearer's nice guy image could bury him, says one expert.
Golliwog wrapping paper has appeared on the shelves of a popular chain store.
Bill Buckley may look like a mechanic from your local garage, but he's the brains behind the creation of the world's most hi-tech inventions.