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Burning down the house

A man has admitted setting fire to a house he was building with his ex-partner, dousing it in kerosene and watching it burn as he drank wine on the lawn.

Mayor: Parking fines 'exorbitant'

The Dunedin City Council is to review parking arrangements at Forsyth Barr Stadium, after Wilson Parking's $65 fines were slammed as ''exorbitant and unreasonable'.

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String of North Island car crashes

A pedestrian has died near Tauranga, one man was found dead in his car near Palmerston North and four people were injured in a head-on collision in south Waikato.

Green light for quarry apartments

A new special housing area for up to 90 apartments is approved - but the tenants will potentially have to tolerate years of a quarry being filled up at their back door…



Reserve Bank opens door to cutting rate

The Reserve Bank has explicitly acknowledged its next interest rate move could be either up or down, thereby giving the financial markets a green light to price in a…



The Insider: Too much dry

While many businesspeople are cheering on National's plan for wide-ranging Resource Management Act reform, others are urging caution.

Life & Style




Tokyo: Some like it hot

In the midst of one of the world's greatest metropolises, Sarah MacDonald goes on a quest for the ultimate urban sanctuary - Tokyo's natural hot spring.



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