Dennis Luke's family appeal

"We have a guy who instigated the crime, ordered the crime, and made damn sure it was carried out, yet he was the first to be released."

Another anklet escapee

Police looking for Quintin Hamilton, second man to shed his electronic monitoring bracelet in 24 hours.

Body found in bale

Horrified workers who found a body in cardboard bale came across a leg before calling police.

Boy racers: 'City in crisis'

Small criminal group including man recently released from prison may be behind latest scourge in Christchurch.

It's the warmest year ever, so far

Climate change, water and wind have put the heat on NZ, and no cold snap will be big enough to change it.

Skateboarders film attack

Police say the trio attacked a stranger in a Wellington carpark and filmed it on a Go-Pro.

Jail time for cyber bullying

In extreme cases of cyber-bullying, what does the law say?

Baby death murder charge

'I don't know where it all went wrong for Tania'

The cruel texts kids send

"Ay Molly ur brain is deformed lyk ur face!" A brave teen shares the nasty text messages she receives.

More cash for private schools

Hekia Parata confirms they're in for an increase after a funding review.

School promises bullying crack down

Teaching the teachers

NZ adult literacy among best

Adult Kiwis are among the most literate in the OECD, according to a new report.

Dementia patient sent home alone

Wife furious, but Wellington Hospital says 76-year-old refused taxi and shuttle offers.

P contamination fears questioned

Housing New Zealand is wasting millions of dollars on vacating and cleaning P "contaminated" houses, expert says.

Support staff risk meth exposure

Free pregnancy tests for all

Cambridge volunteer group wins award

The Cambridge Cancer Society Volunteer Support group received a Commendation Award.

Kiwi trade post-Brexit

John Key says the two countries can work together, but rules out joint trade agreements.

Captain Cook Highway?

Calls afoot to rename "boring" State Highway 1 after iconic explorer but are plans on a road to nowhere?

No urgency on laundering law

Deal to fund Keytruda close

'Was going to give him a call but...'

Perhaps today wasn't the best day for John Key to call up his mate David Cameron.

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