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Officials try to deport terrified girl

In a morning raid, police and immigration officers took a screaming 10-year-old girl from her adoptive parents' home to deport her to Samoa - although she has no close family there. A lawyer, Alex Hope, who got a last-minute court order to stop the...

Fieldays jaunt for farmer's killer

The family of a murdered Waikato farmer are furious his killer will be let out of prison to attend the Fieldays on Friday - an event they have...

More questioning, no passport for councillor held in Indonesia

New Zealand human rights activist Maire Leadbeater was to be questioned by immigration officials in Jakarta today, three days after being...

New Zealand News


Auckland police officer on drinking charge

Farmers win delay on new lake rules

Lee's private life plays part in dumping

Porima's Tainui faction wins support

Divisions appear in final days of GlobalCo lobbying

Prison escaper believed to still be in country

Database wanted for elusive pupils

World News


Trimble lets rip into Paisley's hecklers

Mideast tank fire kills women in tent

Khatami triumphs in Iranian elections, but hardliners remain powerful

McVeigh's final hours recall last federal execution

Victorious Iranian president looks to foster reforms

Blair demotes Robin Cook in cabinet reshuffle

A scream, a crash then mass murder in Japanese school

Business News


Big spenders key to tourism growth

Australians top Tranz Scenic sale shortlist

O'Sullivan Short shrift for old order

NZ market uncertainty remains over wings and wines

US economy 'on thin ice'

New blood for sluggish Beauty Direct

Modesty our big failing says professor

IT News


New blood for sluggish Beauty Direct

Password ruling blow to accused hacker

Bid to switch networks seems headed for court

Service to jam spam comes unstuck

Disparate health software bunch now brothers in arms

Court ruling critical to hacker charges

Bank chooses its technology core

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