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Police 'withholding information'

Police and other government departments are reluctant to hand over public information because of potential embarrassment to politicians, says Greg O'Connor.

Turkey: Russia was warned

For days, Russian jets had been roaring along the Turkish border, bombing hills on the Syrian side in support of a regime attack on rebel forces.

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'Dat' was all a hoax

"Nobody seems to believe me when I say my full legal name is how you see it," he wrote on Facebook alongside the photo at the time.

Auckland teen gets big shot

An Auckland teenager is knocking on the door of a premier football career after being selected to play for the West Ham United Under-18 squad in London.




CEO Q&A: Scott Pritchard

We're below the height limit. We could build a bit higher. There's different height limits over the city determined by town planners.


Life & Style

Boomers rock records

Who said rock'n roll was for kids? It's a golden age for golden oldies who refuse to grow old.

Environment change

Our homes are becoming smaller, more adaptable and smarter -- all of which are reflected in the latest design trends.



Twelve Questions: Pam Glaser

It's really about the community coming together. Farmers' founder Robert Laidlaw was a Christian man but he never made the parade religious.





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