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Killer of Beverly Bouma dies in prison

The man who killed Beverly Bouma at her Reporoa farm in 1998 has died. David Tuhua Poumako, aged 27, reportedly died of natural cases at Auckland prison at Paremoremo. Poumako killed Mrs Bouma, a 45-year-old mother of three, while he and three other...

NZ drugs baron seized in Manila

New Zealand's most notorious fugitive has been recaptured in the Philippines, where he lived under an assumed identity for several years.

Stressed doctors threaten legal action

New Zealand's premier heart hospital, Green Lane, is under the threat of legal action because it is "critically" short of
doctors. The Resident...

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Knees-up for plastic fantastic

Peter Blake leaps into new role

Wharfies, Ports close to deal

Mayor says wheelie bin rethink is possible

Motorists urged to watch for deadly road ice

I made a 'pig's ear' of it says Wintringham

Privy Council appeal change 'to take years'

World News

Fiji murder charges to be laid

Insult over champers and mash rebounds on Tory peer

Independence Day celebrations bring Bush into the street

Bush consulted over rape suspect

Russia grieves for 145 air crash victims

Oil riches to put East Timor back on its feet

Fiji police question second suspect over murders


CHH log strategy backfires

Stamp of approval for forest takeover

Montana rivals lock horns again on listing rules

Opposition grows to Enza levy

Government cautious about calls for NZ to join Nafta pact

Dialogue: Time for serious tax talk

Rumours of Clear sale still alive

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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