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Are you my father, Mr Banks?

16 Jun, 2017 4:04pm
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Phil Taylor

Senior writer, Weekend Herald and New Zealand Herald

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Helicopter legend designs black-box recorder for helicopters after death of her son.
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New Zealand had feared it would be the subject of a boycott at the Moscow Olympic Games rather than supporting an American-led boycott, says a diplomat.
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Phil Taylor talks to a team member about the Olympics that were airbrushed from our history.
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An Auckland man has failed in his appeal against a jail sentence for beating his wife with a hammer.
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A United States expert on narcissism says Lance Armstrong's actions in New Zealand while here for a beer company promotion suggest
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A father and his seven-year-old daughter should count themselves lucky that the notoriously fickle Tasman Sea was kind to them, say experienced sailors.
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After many missed deadlines, the ribbon is cut on the route from Opua to the Hokianga.
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It was a rotten era and rotten system and Lance Armstrong should not be the scapegoat, says Bruce Biddle.
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COMMENT: What set Lance Armstrong apart was his brazenness, his appetite for destroying anyone who crossed him, writes Phil Taylor.
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A growing number of New Zealanders believe convicted double murderer Scott Watson may be an innocent man.
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MP Louisa Wall championed the right of everyone to marry. She has now tabled a Bill that sets out a process for terminally ill person to legally end life.
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Teina Pora has filed proceedings asking the court to review the Government's decision not to add inflation to $2.5 million compensation paid to him.
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