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Pregnant gene cows face death sentence

Sixty pregnant cows with human genes may be slaughtered after a High Court ruling has thrown one of the country's best-known genetic experiments into doubt. Scientists at Hamilton's Ruakura Research Centre have inserted a synthetic basic human protein...


Chinese, US hackers' cyber battle goes global

A cyber-war between American and Chinese hackers, in which hundreds of official websites have been defaced, is to escalate today as hackers...


Skies busy at time of crash

The Cessna 206 was just one of dozens working out of Maun airport, the busiest in Africa for light planes, on Tuesday. Each day, the small...

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Tetanus strike brings appeal to get vaccinated

Cultural rug pulled from under 'Maori' adoptee

Girl tells of recording father's talk about fire

Man sues on net comments

Reporter's dismissal justified says court

South Americans jailed for scam

Traffic man goes with the flow

Fuel rivals pump up competition

World News


Allies see US 'star wars' as fait accompli

Fiery reactions to dingo cull order

Curtains for Phoenix, the calf twice saved from slaughter

Minister confirms top-level IRA past

13 die as Chechnya violence erupts

Peres asks US to push ceasefire

Business News


Making the tax pill easier to swallow

One-time scuba diver joining world's high-flyers

Wrangle over top milk job

Lawyers oppose taxpayer cash for Public Trust

Lost power puzzles Contact amid profit slump

O'Sullivan: NZ locks its teeth into more than lamb

Dialogue: In business, money isn't everything


IT News


Chinese, US hackers' cyber battle goes global

Man sues on net comments

Net wide open for cyber spies

Other nations show how to make the net work for citizens

Peter
Sinclair:
Cyber 'it' people

How to get your website a top ranking

Geac cuts Auckland staff

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