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$26m plan to keep youth out of prison

Young people convicted of some non-violent crimes will no longer be sent to prison. A $26 million plan, to be announced by Corrections Minister Matt Robson today, will provide for new, community-based institutions for youths aged 15 to 18 who would...

Watchdog attacked over helicopter crashes

Small aircraft crash much more frequently in New Zealand than in other developed countries, says a report criticising the airways safety...

TV chief: I'm not sorry for furore

ATHENS - Television New Zealand chairman Dr Ross Armstrong will not apologise for public comments he made about news and current affairs chief...

New Zealand News:

Bill offers fast-track aid for canal plan

Murder accused had visions, court told

MAF catches a redback a week

Judge had no say in at-risk prisoner transfer says QC

Big yachts may offer lifeline to Whangarei jobless

Court cuts Chubb robbery sentences

Man jailed for attacking wife with knife

World News:

British scheme aims to ease plight of Iraqi civilians

Life for ex-royal aide who killed lover

US Jury indicts spymaster

US Government goes to war on Real IRA

Italian election landslide may end revolving door rule

Bloomberg founder joins New York mayoral race

Israeli missiles pound West Bank

Business News:

Ex-Warehouse men tipped as retailing rival

Guinness Peat leads raid on Trans Tasman

Hearing for law-change objectors

Montana directors 'lost out' in sales to Allied

Dialogue:Time to take foot off the fiscal brake

Tourisim industry shakeup could treble income, says plan

Tourism firms fume at tax grab

IT News:

Telco spins media web with Xtra MSN deal

US deal paying off for Visible Results

Telecom launches Telenor mobile internet portal

Law raises fears of SIS set-ups

Police turn down free car-finding system

King Salmon goes to Intentia

Wearable gadgets take centre stage

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