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Cop avoids conviction

A Queenstown policewoman found guilty of racially insulting a taxi driver after an argument over a fare has been discharged without conviction.

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NZ hit by spring blast

Thousands of Aucklanders are still without power and motorists are being warned to take care in the windy conditions.

Boozin' Cruden off squad

Aaron Cruden has been dropped from the All Blacks squad while the team's overseas after a late night drinking session saw him miss the flight to Argentina.

Dunne first on Key's dance card

United Future leader Peter Dunne is the first person on John Key's dance card as he puts together a Government after Saturday's election. He will meet the Maori Party…

So where does that leave Winston?

Winston Peters yesterday appeared dead-set on taking a leading role in opposition against John Key's new Government but some of his MPs won't shut the door on National…

Three injured in baseball bat attack

Police are trying to trace the movements of a car believed to be linked to a serious baseball bat assault that put three Gisborne people in hospital with serious injuries…

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Power shares tipped after Nat victory

A market analyst says electricity stocks - which received an almighty boost this morning following National's decisive election victory - may continue to…

Election 2014

National staffer quits after scandal

Jason Ede, a former Beehive staffer in the PM's office who was widely quoted in the Dirty Politics book, has quit his position with the National Party.

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