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Bomber goes silently to death

TERRE HAUTE - Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh was executed by lethal injection in the US Federal Prison at Terre Haute, Indiana early this morning. Prison warden Harley Lappin said he was pronounced dead at 12.14 am (NZT)after being injected with a...

Winter electricity bills set to soar

Big price rises forecast for electricity will hit householders and threaten to undermine industrial output. With winter chills biting and New...

Emergency law to keep juries going

The tiny Northland community of Kaikohe is running out of people to serve on juries. With just under 7000 people registered on Kaikohe's jury...

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groups milk last days

Citizenship not automatic in foreign adoptions

Pastor to answer manslaughter charge

Prison escaper thought to be after stash from robbery

'Screwdriver Gang' hit five banks, court hears

More women have repeat abortions

Cleaner diesel: Mobil says no

Goblin game weaves sinister spell

World News

The horror brought by McVeigh

Execution as a spectator spectacle

Happy returns for Windsors

Bush out to halt Euro criticism

Sunken city of Hercules uncovered

Trimble lets rip into Paisley's hecklers

Business News

Debts swamping glamour tower

wins dumping fight, but the war goes on

Foodstuffs aims for first strike

Tasman liquidates as creditors' axe poised

Dialogue: A costly call to arms for tourism operators

Dialogue: Our chance to transform the economy

Brokers applaud 'ugly duckling'

IT News

Software upgrade change hits firms

Intel wants PC for everyone

Finer chips technology expected to increase battery life

Whoosh crosses Tasman

Oxygen breathless for new e-business

Callista reaches Hong Kong deal

Peter Sinclair: Fried motherboard? Go and buy a zap-catcher

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