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Auckland facing $30m cut to health services

New Zealand's largest hospital operator is planning to slash services for patients because of an expected $62 million shortfall in Government income. The Auckland District Health Board yesterday unveiled its plan to cut services by $30 million over the...

Murdoch found on Northern Territory cattle station

All Black mystery man Keith Murdoch has been found working on a remote Northern Territory cattle station by Australian police.

Ransom paid to free student

Five masked men kidnapped a foreign student at gunpoint from his New Lynn home and held him hostage for thousands of dollars in ransom.

New Zealand News


Auckland shivers as big chill hits

Slow boat leads to banana rationing

Painting still on top after robbery damage repaired

Air NZ Boeing aborts landing

Hamilton suburb in fear of cat killers

Migrant teacher sick of rejections

Environment Waikato tries to save rail link

David Dougherty - Locked up in a nightmare

World News


FBI predicts major US terrorist attack

Srebrenica massacre horror revisited

FBI agent turned spy begins tell-all debriefing

Nasa mission aims to capture sun

Order restored in Jamaica as death toll reaches 25

Documents show US plan to break missile treaty

Business News


Kiwi Share loss under scrutiny

TSO
provisions worry carriers

Takeovers panel faces market ire for probe delay

No broker backers for Merrill trade ban

Merge with Qantas: ex-Air NZ man

Dialogue: Bonn chance for the Kyoto protocol

Growers to step up protests

IT News


Microsoft to allow PC makers to alter Windows

Back Orifice virus victims helped by accused: witness

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

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