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Antarctic rescue mission lands in Chile

An ailing US doctor has arrived in the southern Chilean city of Punta Arenas after a rescue flight from Antarctica. Dr Ronald Shemenski, aged 59, was working at the Amundsen-Scott research station at the South Pole, when we was diagnosed with inflammation of the...

Fatal bomb-run pilot facing court martial

A top-gun United States Navy pilot may face a court martial for dropping his bombs in the wrong place, killing six soldiers, including New...

Police fume as suspect beats bracelet

A man facing drugs charges has absconded from electronically monitored bail by slipping off the special bracelet that tracks his movements....

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Unique little battler survives against the flow

Frill-free Virgin says it can slash NZ fares

Airline's rescue planned - CEO

Six arrests in Kuwaiti dinar case

Oil men on trial for kickbacks

Extra snooping widens scope for advice

Constable dragged 5m as car takes off

Auckland City gets right name, wrong street

World News

Blair lures votes with baby bonds

Ex-Senator led Vietnam atrocity raid

Phoenix the calf spared from foot-and-mouth cull

Jurassic lark spreads its wings

Jakarta tinderbox as mob flocks in

Mime for UN post

Business News

Scene set for legal face-off

Vodafone sales surge as Telecom holds fire

Past sins can haunt directors who jump

NZ slips to 21st for competition

Dialogue: Credit where credit's due

Business must face up to social demands

Esprit pulls shirt off licensee

IT News

Your e-govt 'one-stop shop'

Success of Microsoft's Tablet PC not written in stone

Net defamation case tests law

Patent backlog threatens NZ innovators

Peter Sinclair: Speaking in tongues

Isle of Man rivals Japan in introducing new mobile phone

Free sites paying the price

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