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Teenager stabbed in Hawke's Bay home invasion

A 15-year-old boy is in hospital after being stabbed in his east Hastings home early this morning. An occupant of the house in Willowpark Road, near Heretaunga Street, awoke about 2.00 am as the youth was being stabbed by an intruder, and then saw the...

Serbia hands Milosevic over to The Hague

BELGRADE - Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was on his way to The Hague this morning (NZ time) to face charges at the international...

Rankin 'struggled to cope'

Christine Rankin lost her job because she failed to win the Government's confidence and did not have the skills or intellectual rigour to head...

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Euthanasia claim sparks new look at death of top lawyer

Rickety station bad for morale

Party balloons deadly threat to six-year-old

PM supports smoking ban in clubs

Yacht Squadron waves protest flag at web name hijack

Youth law advocate says pupil strip-search 'over the top'

West Auckland facing aerial bombardment to get rid of pest

The red bin lid says stop before you toss your trash

World News

Congress told of death trial lawyers turning up drunk

It's Israel's call on violence, says Powell

Mother's victims given TV burial

Disease latest threat to Philippine volcano evacuees

Chinese doctor says organs taken from living inmates

Coming to a pet store near you soon: no-sneeze cats

Business News

Insolvency - 'It doesn't happen overnight'

Appeals court overturns Microsoft breakup

Rubicon fills its coffers with Challenge sale

Export push takes trade balance over $650m

INL chief buys $4m house

GlaxoSmithKline seeks favour on prices

NZ firms hold nerve as world trembles

IT News

Appeals court overturns Microsoft breakup

The next wave: Twin lift for new IT park

Net provider ihug looks for speed

Trade NZ wary of US firm's ambitions

Genie conjures up a Universal solution

Clear to launch DSL service


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