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Invercargill man steals cancer donation tin amid crime spree
John King stole thousands from grocery stores and other business during a crime spree in Invercargill earlier this year.
Coronavirus: Testing large volumes in the community might be a 'waste of time'
Covid-19 testing rates are spiking, but one expert is worried the country’s focus is misplaced. At the start of last week, ...
Tauranga woman fought off carjacker who brandished a knife
Gillian Rowse sat in her car for 30 minutes on Friday morning, wondering if she could take the risk to drive to work. The ...
Walking with tears in my eyes
One colleague told me to “have a good cry and get it out of your system”, as if the tears could wash away my sense of loss.
Second drag queen event for Timaru due to high demand
A drag queen-hosted children's event which prompted a Timaru woman to launch a petition to have it cancelled will now have a ...
Government sweeteners to sign up for three waters reform
South Canterbury councils offered multi-million dollar sweeteners to join the Government’s proposed reforms of water supplies ...
Christchurch mayor's husband Rob Davidson dies from cancer
Just a little bit more? No, enough already. Stop it. * Christchurch City councillors in line for 11 per cent pay rise * ...
Jason Day leads PGA as Brooks Koepka continues to be a major force
The starter stepped to the microphone and kept to the PGA Championship tradition afforded its champions. One player gets the ...
Medsafe monitoring drug used in anaesthesia over reports of 'lack of efficacy'
District health boards have warned Pharmac, Medsafe that a drug used for surgery may not be working as intended.
Rural water scheme users demand answers from Kaikoura council over 'ridiculous' fees
Rural residents have accused the Kaikoura District Council of “gouging” funds from a water supply scheme to benefit general ...
Govt cash for floodprone Ngongataha
Bay of Plenty community.
TOP leader warns of rivals' 'spending spree'
The leader of The Opportunities Party says rival political parties are making spending promises "without rhyme or reason”.