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Murder victim died in brutal attack

A bloody newspaper marks the spot at the edge of Lake Whakamaru, near Mangakino, where a man's body was found yesterday morning, launching a homicide inquiry. The man, aged about 30, was the victim of a violent attack and is believed to have struggled before being killed in a car layby known as the Dunham Creek Reserve some time on Monday night or yesterday morning. He is yet to be identified. He was found about 11 am after a Tokoroa hunter searching the area for his lost dog spotted pools of blood...

Embassy bomber gets life in prison

NEW YORK - A Tanzanian man has escaped execution, getting life imprisonment instead, after a jury failed to unanimously decide a sentence for...

Asian students and fast cars a bad mixture

Two Chinese students face deportation as concerns grow about foreign students driving expensive cars without licences or experience.

New Zealand News


More smear slides misread says lawyer

Judge rejects rugby's case

Handcuffs on hold amid faults claims

Elderly make do with wealth of memories

Couple not super rich, but super content

Drug counts against trio fail to stand up

Passengers shun trains for buses

Crash driver affected by cannabis says coroner

World News


Murder accused had been deported from NZ

Bushranger Ned Kelly's armour goes under the hammer

Israelis wreck 17 homes as violence flares anew

Changing rooms for Yugoslavian royals 60 years on

Condit aiding missing intern investigations

Tokyo sticks to its guns in book row

Business News


Lines firms brace for a shock

Strength seen in rising job and retail stats

Sutton sees early end to Enza row

New Zealand trailing in world e-commerce race

Mobile growth cools for Vodafone Pacific

Gaynor: Cash focuses the mind

Between the lines: New takeover rules need to be clarified

IT News


New Zealand trailing in world e-commerce race

Internet providers get legal protection against vigilantes

Gloves off as big two get mobile

Real-time scrap for control of struggling giant

Welsh court NZ high-tech firms with cash carrot

Wooing youth with rugby and music

Peter
Sinclair:
Much ado about not a lot, really

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