Disgruntled customer files High Court application to liquidate troubled building company Williams & Co.
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"Consummate liar" lawyer fleeced investors of millions in his 21-year "predatory" Ponzi scheme.
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An 83-year-old pensioner has taken her fight with Tower Insurance from phone line to front line.
Reselling of Christchurch homes with shoddy quake repairs likened to leaky homes scandal.
I reckon there is a lot to celebrate about this quartet of septuagenarians who have been doing what they do for 50 years.
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New Zealand needs to keep open mind on what could be achieved through wider trade agreement, says ambassador.
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Triathlon NZ hopes to inspire new generation of Canterbury multisport athletes with new event.
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The CSO's 2015 programme indicates Benjamin Northey plans to ease into the job of chief conductor.
Heels take a lot of heat, but are they really the root cause of our foot problems?
Rhiannon Selwyn says leaving Auckland led to a better job, more free time and enabled her to save.
Warren Feeney, chairman of Arts Voice Christchurch, reviews the state of the arts in post-quake Christchurch and calls for more planning.
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