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Undaunted by two days of rough conditions, searchers are planning to return to try to find missing five-year-old Jack Dixon.
High visibility paint could have prevented a two plane crash in Feilding which killed two people, a coroner believes.
New Zealand has good systems to contain the spread of Ebola, says the Ministry of Health.
Clayton Cosgrove has accused David Cunliffe of being behind a Twitter account used to denigrate his opponents.
There's outrage over an 18 percent pay increase for Lyttelton Port boss Peter Davie, whose salary now tops $1 million.
The Kiwifruit growers'body is opposing a class action being taken against the Government by some growers.
Fashion can be a fickle beast and right now the beard is in, though earlier this year scientists suggested it may be on the way out.
A New Zealand citizen accused of preparing to fight in Syria's civil war told the SIS he was travelling to meet his fiancee, whose name he didn't know.
In the upmarket suburbs of Parnell and Newmarket, a storm is brewing over a bridge that will lead to nowhere and that could cost ratepayers up to $8 million.
A new website that uses location-based technology is turning the New Zealand adult industry on its head.
A Hastings woman came within a whisker of never seeing her cat again after he went missing four years ago.
A man alleged to stolen a woman's car at gunpoint in Hamilton has been stopped by road spikes after a police pursuit.
A Fijian couple were so intent on living and working in New Zealand that they each married Kiwi partners to trick Immigration New Zealand.
Former Pike River deputy Marty Palmer says he would be willing to sign away any corporate liability in order to go into the Pike River drift.
Name suppression has been lifted on Wellington lawyer Keith Jefferies, who is facing charges of possessing LSD, methamphetamine and ecstasy.
An 18-year-old man has been charged with murder after a man was found dead in the Waikato town of Huntly.
One person is dead and two others have been taken to hospital after a crash on the West Coast.
Super knitter Daphne Randle is very much the matriarch of her close-knit family - she can't recall a time when she didn't knit and her daughter, who also knits, has passed the skills down to her daughters too.
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub recently suggested some centres, like Whanganui, were in danger of becoming zombie towns.
Peter Davie's $200,000 pay rise is being labelled inappropriate after three port workers died in the last year under his watch.
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