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New limits on licences

Members of the transport sector are calling for the introduction of probationary plates for restricted licence holders.

Ballantynes signal Santa's return

Timaru's festive spirit will come alive tonight, as the annual Ballantynes Christmas window is unveiled.

Calls for dog to be destroyed

Man injured after dog attack outside house

A man attacked by a dog while putting out rubbish yesterday says he wants the animal destroyed.

Man convicted for drink-driving

A Timaru man was sentenced to four months community detention on a range of charges.

Trelise Cooper's hoping for a cure

A cure for breast cancer could be just around the corner, according to Dame Trelise Cooper.

Man found dead on grass verge

Police are investigating the death of a 19-year-old man in Auckland last night.

Murder accused in court

Murder accused stays silent as he appears in court, charged with fatally stabbing wife and injuring two others.

Bacterial infection killed boy

Glenn: Domestic violence 'a disaster'

BK employee finds $127,000

Assistant manager at Northern California Burger King finds backpack loaded with about NZ$127,000.

Mexico anti-crime measures

President vows to reform police, battle organised crime.

Murderer Phillip Smith's cuff cuss

Protests in Ferguson dwindle

Full of inconsistencies

Review of Ferguson shooting documents shows numerous statements that were inconsistent, fabricated or provably wrong.

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