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From loving father to killer

Edward Livingstone's descent from apparently loving father to killer of his children has been charted in the coroner's court today.

Work of art, by accident

Paul Currie accidentally used a broad-spectrum herbicide to treat his grass, prompting his neighbours to think he had been targeted by vandals.

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Business

Callaghan seeks Trends grant repayment

Callaghan Innovation has terminated a grant awarded to Trends Publishing International after an investigation it referred to the Serious Fraud Office and is seeking…

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Dotcom associate without a lawyer

One of those sought for extradition alongside Kim Dotcom has turned up at a key hearing without a lawyer and the court told an application for legal aid has been made…

South Korea PM offers to resign

South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Wan Koo has offered to resign amid a bribery scandal about two months after he took up the country's No. 2 post, officials said Tuesday…

Gallipoli 100: Birth of the Anzacs

Life & Style

My boyfriend collects teddies

Life and Style columnist Lee Suckling tackles your modern etiquette and ethical predicaments, one reader-submitted query at a time.

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McCaw will be OK

Tell me if you've heard this before: Richie McCaw is looking old, the Crusaders are on the wane, Dan Carter is a shadow of his former self?

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Rugby

Rugby: ARU posts $6.3m loss

The Australian Rugby Union has announced a $AU6.3 million loss for 2014. Releasing its annual report for last year on Monday…

Women's sevens team ready for Rio

The New Zealand women's sevens side has virtually sealed Olympic qualification after dispatching Russia 29-10 in yesterday's Canada 7s Cup final in Langford to clinch…

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