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Cycle lanes priority over cars

Wellington commuters may have to give up their car parks to make way for cycle lanes.

Kiwi helps design 3D computer

A former Timaru man helped create computer where 3D images actually come out of the screen.

Tourists robbed of packs

Two hitch-hikers were robbed after their ride drove off with their backpacks.

Christchurch 'should sell its libraries'

Chamber of Commerce has partial solution to the city's financial problems.

Gloriavale controversy 'not helping'

6:46am The sect will be in "defence mode" after Campbell Live tried to gain access to their property, ex-member says.

Owner fined for dog attack on sister

Dog owner's sister suffered bites to head and eye during a vicious dog attack in Nelson.

Mum convicted for teen booze parties

Christchurch mum hosted parties that ended with underage teens vomiting and passing out.

Three arrested in yacht drug bust

Knifepoint robbery of liquor store

Commissioner steps in at Berkley

Dennis Finn's major task at the school will be helping find a new principal.

Suspicious fire damages school block

Warkworth School has lost sports equipment, toilets and a store room after fire ripped through a school building.

Fourteen red light runners a day

Booze ban for halls

Otago makes world top 10 university list

Otago becomes first university in country to have a course taught here make it into the world's top 10.

Relishing five decades of care

It's been fifty years since they graduated, but two Whangarei nurses still love coming to work each day.

Mum stresses pregnancy scans

A young mum who opted for a 4D ultrasound finds her unborn baby had a rare brain condition.

DNA secrets revealed

Surgery rates down

A long road to mental recovery

After recovering, there is the recovering from the recovering. And it may take 10 years.

Peters: Refugee 'disrespected NZ'

A refugee father of 24 killed fighting Islamic State did not respect the Kiwi "way of life" after settling in New Zealand, NZ First leader Winston Peters says.

Parliament lacking a comedian

Fresh from a three week break, Opposition MPs had a heaven-sent opportunity to keep up the running joke on ponytail-gate with their return to Parliament.

Government has no plans to seek judgment on whether NZ law applies

NZ concerned over Bali Nine

Key meets Saudi king

PM John Key meets the Saudi Arabian king amid Opposition calls for him to take a tougher line on the oil-rich kingdom's human rights record.

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