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Prebble tells: Rankin offended me

One of the country's top civil servants has admitted telling Christine Rankin that her dress was indecent and offensive and she should shop at chain stores. Mark Prebble, head of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, said yesterday that he...

Peace at NZ Post after shotgun wedding

The board of New Zealand Post has resolved its differences - and nobody was at fault. That was the remarkable conclusion announced by the...

A lifetime of anguish from a 5-month delay

"It's an amputation, a mutilation. But I'm a victim of the system, not of cancer." Greenhithe's Gabrielle Prince is one of the women who...

New Zealand News

Civilian takes charge of police

'Leadership' vital to transforming NZ: Mulroney

Punter sues on casino changes

Spy cameras herd rubbish culprits to sin bin

Readers see red over new rubbish rules

Students sought for 'brilliant' mentoring trial

All Black in bar room punch-up

World News

Russian jet on third attempt at landing before crash

SilkAir pilot's erratic history revealed

Sex scandal surrounding Californian congressman mounts

Milosevic's television trial agony for Serbs

Relatively bad news for media mogul Rupert Murdoch

Wireless artificial heart beats into medical history

King of fish floundering in UK rivers

Business News

Norgate wins GlobalCo reins

Brash tiptoes along the cash rates tightrope

US pact a gold mine: Mulroney

Cube's last minute E-cademy bid fails

Dialogue: Plugging away at holes in GST tax base

GE merger blocked by Europe

Land Rover failure

IT News

Cube's last minute E-cademy bid fails

Jurors witness hacking demonstration

Computer hacking trial opens

Telecom's tactics set off inquiry

Creating the face of the future

Esolutions puts 'real grunt' into client support

Computer giants head for our living rooms

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