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The great school uniform debate

Do uniforms bring students together, or just force parents out of pocket?

Meth 'easier to get than pot'

15 min ago People can't find cannabis in Northland, "but they know where to get meth from a tinnie house".

Here's Que, back in NZ

"It's fantastic to be in New Zealand," says Que Langdon's mum as they touch down in Auckland.

Fire could flare again

7:49pm "If the wind whips up to predicted speed, it will push the embers up and transfer into the burn fuel and off it goes again."

Brain-bleed scans on the go

6:53pm Rugby teams and ambulance staff are the target for portable brain scanner.

JP pleads not guilty

Justice of the Peace among a group allegedly involved in a prison-run meth ring.

White ute clue to homicide

 Police identify vehicle and "items of interest" in Lois Tolley murder case.

Cyclist robs Chch bank

Ram raids plague city

Still singing after five years

A choir that started out as a tester is still going strong in its fifth year

Lifelong love of fashion pays off with award

Fashion grad Ganga Patel scooped up a top award at NZ Fashion Tech's show

Tron Rocks takes off

Waiting for the wrecking ball

New education hub for Flat Bush

A primary school and ECE will serve the growing East Auckland population.

Doctors' strike hitting where it hurts

Woman forced to wait 24 hours and drive 50 minutes to have stomach pain checked.

Petone rest home sale looms

Community efforts to reopen Britannia House look likely to fail.

Doctors' standoff needs solutions, not strikes

Haven for former sex workers

Quake exam docs get reprieve

Trainee GPs who sat an exam hours after the Kaikoura quake are told they can resit if they fail.

Bike helmets not priority: police

Number of cyclists fined for not wearing a helmet has halved in two years, as police put focus elsewhere.

Pike River re-entry bill promise

Labour leader Andrew Little to table bill for Pike River mine re-entry push.

A descent into poverty

Walkers want ethical pants

Nelson facing costly byelection

Nelson could be facing an $80,000 byelection if two councillors buzz off to the Beehive.

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