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Black Caps triumph at Headingley

It is New Zealand's first away win against England in 16 years, second at Headingley, fifth away in 54 attempts and ninth overall in 101 tests between the countries.

Grammar quits education project

One of the country's leading schools has pulled out of a controversial new education reform, leaving its partner schools in the lurch and displeasing Hekia Parata.

Key warning on boat people

A boat of asylum seekers had a credible chance of reaching NZ - but the Government will not say what options were being considered if that had happened.


Ideas-sharing plan hits the classroom

When the Government first announced it was planning to pay some teachers thousands more a year to help raise student achievement, the policy was promptly shouted down…



Govt hopes for tailwind

Businesses as well as the Government are hoping for a spinoff from a high profile at the World Transport Forum in Germany.


PM's popularity takes a hit

Prime Minister John Key's popularity has taken a dive in a post-Budget poll, dipping below 40 per cent for the first time since early 2014.

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