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Canny Cullen saves for rainy day

A cautious mid-term Budget long on "innovation" but shorter on spending for major social policies has left the Government with $815 million up its sleeve for an economically uncertain election year. "Satisfactory ... but not satisfying" was the verdict...

Child aid cash a mixed blessing

Child, Youth and Family Services - cash-starved, demoralised, undertrained and woefully underperforming - has been given probably the most...

'Gutless scum' burgle home of dead old soldier

Thieves burgled and trashed an old soldier's house, taking his wedding ring and Army artefacts only hours after he died, police have revealed....

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Every dog has his day, and this was surely Dr Cullen's

Candle likely cause of tragedy

Pilots point to hazardous wind in crash zone

Rat poison spill effects still awaited

Epsom head hot on school name

Snowbound south chills out

Five more kowhai species named

World News

Bush pressure fails to stop the bloodshed in the Middle East

Defecting senator puts White House in a spin

Bush push runs into legacy of Chernobyl

India ends ceasefire, ready for dialogue

Clinton proving a smash hit in Ireland

Arafat: ceasefire offer a lie

Threat to Russian seal pups a ploy for extra funding

Business News

Warehouse Bank ... almost

Deane quits eVentures after salvaging deal

Tongue-lashing for road firms from Tranz Rail director

New teeth in sweeping changes to commerce law

Dialogue: Don't rely on bill's good intentions

Europe glimmers in gloomy WTO report

Trans Tasman to sell non-core assets

IT News

World Rally contract revs up Virtual Spectator

Researchers keep an ear on your listening time

No news could mean bad news for eVentures

gen-i generates expansion plans

Disrupted ISP back, but doubts linger

Distance runner not so lonely with new technology

Lion Nathan snaps up DTM system from Genie

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