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Fraction too much friction

The increasing friction between the Labour factions is producing a 'fractionated' Labour Party, writes Bryce Edwards.

Missing boy named

Jack Dixon, the little boy swept into the ocean at Mt Maunganui, has five sisters and turned five last month.

Cop should've quit chase

A high-speed police pursuit of a stolen car that ended in the death of a 15-year old passenger was justified, but should have been abandoned earlier.


Student fees will have to rise

Tertiary students should be charged much more if the Government is unwilling to invest enough to keep universities competitive, the country's largest university says…

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Life & Style

Breast cancer awareness gets real

It's been 20 years since the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation was established to raise awareness of the cancer which kills up to 650 women each year in NZ.

Your Money

KiwiSaver sales ploys raise alarm

The Financial Markets Authority has warned KiwiSaver providers over sharp sales practices after a jump in the amount of money switched by customers into other schemes…


Student's app may be a lifesaver

University of Auckland business student Laurelin Okan is developing monitoring technology to help save the lives of people with heart disease, including herself.



Sporting rich list's final 5...

New Zealand sporting hero or bete noir? Sir Russell Coutts remains one of those rare New Zealanders who we can't figure whether to celebrate or kick.

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