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New NZSAS raid details emerge after classified documents released.
NYT: A New York Times investigation in the overwhelming debt among taxi drivers.
After two seasons of wooden spoon, team still in a good place after first round of games.
Big hurdles remain before National can be hopeful it has a new coalition-friendly party.
"I'm hoping I won't be disappointed," Rotorua fan Gayle Rattigan said.
'You've beaten leukaemia, now what else can you do?'
Kevin Gibson has been waiting almost 18 months for surgery.
For investors, mobile homes are cash cows and a ripe target for consolidation.
NYT: Details show a botched murder-for-hire plot ripped from a true-crime thriller.
Managing rubbish in Whangārei is a six million dollar operation annually.
Bay of Plenty readers have their say
A sense one's own country is now run by a world-dominating club serving its own interests.
Immunotherapy was named our best hope against cancer five years ago. What's changed since?
NYT: He proposed 14 times over six months. Each time with one ring uglier than the next.
Government is running out of time to prove it's committed to change, says economist.
"Fatu" Pelurale pulled 3 people from a burning car after it crashed on State Highway 33.
The Blues beat the Chiefs in a season-defining game over the weekend.
NYT: Some say it's is no different to DNA databases or other crime-fighting tools.
Meningitis vaccinations and tertiary study 'fees-free-flop' the drawcard.
Local brewery beat about 2600 brews to clinch the top award.
Rotorua readers have their say about roading proposals and firearms legislation.
Caroline Fleming drives an hour to work every day - by choice.
NYT: Guests get a refund for one night if it rains for more than two hours during the day.
NYT: Long overshadowed by the cannibal he invented, Silence of the Lambs author opens up.
NYT: The Coalition successfully made cost the dominant issue in the debate.
You couldn't have asked for a more brutal script for Northland FC men's on Saturday.
NYT: Game of Thrones owes us some degree of resolution to its major mysteries.
NYT: Anti-money laundering experts proposed reporting certain transactions.
Think about how many people sit on each seat on a bus or train each day. Fifty? 100?
Now's the time to think about adding something in, rather than cutting something out.
A busy mum takes time out to write about her feelings. Is it worth it?
NYT: Al-Muhajiroun was one of Europe's most prolific extremist networks.
Kirsty Parsons was her "usual happy self" as she walked out the door for the final time.
The skill level of schoolboy rugby is the best it has ever been and preparation is key.
The study of 937 elderly Māori and non-Māori started almost 10 years ago.
"I sold him a dream - money, gold watches. He had five kids, but on those words he moved."
Former world No 1's life seems to be a bubble of fun, fine food, heart emojis and smiles.
Social enterprise Eat My Lunch is crowdfunding for its retail and overseas expansion.
COMMENT: There must be a way to boost training on the job rather than via institutions.
There are big hopes for the Government's mental health inquiry response and the Budget.
They hosted a fire control open day on Saturday featuring their brand new appliance.
Johnny Devlin, the "Wanganui Wailer", was New Zealand's pop icon of the 1950s.
EDITORIAL: Australia's election result has delivered more of the same.
Fionna Gotts talks working in a male dominated industry and the waste business.
Looking at some of the more humorous, satirical and simply strange news.
You say: It would appear we are to have another attempt for a Christian Party in politics.
NZ is the only developed nation that does not track compliance costs.
COMMENT: Governments are impotent in the face of the pillage of our natural environment.
COMMENT: Our phones defined our lives in the same way as music and fashion.
Can we prosecute firms for the crime of "ecocide"?
With the first phase of Baywide Rugby wrapped up we look at who finished where.
A teacher runs through his day at a decile 10 girls' school as teachers prepare to strike.
Teachers are striking again next week - here's a guide to the issues.
Around 50,000 teachers are ready to strike.
A Year 3 teacher runs through her day at a decile 6 school near Hamilton.
All you need to know about the weekend's best First XV action.
There is one aspect of the Australian election that Simon Bridges wont be highlighting.
Teachers are waking up at 4.30am to tackle the mountain of paperwork.
Ngongotahā were well beaten by competition leaders Claudelands Rovers.
Palmerston North Marist execute on attack with 10-man Wanganui City does not in Fed League
Last minute try from the school that gave us Jonah Lomu.
Kiwis living in Aussie may feel unhappy with yesterday's Australian election result.
Ten talking points from Super Rugby, and a team picked only on form in the weekend.
The right carrots but with an inch or so of their feathery tops still on. Why?
There's a perverse or weird connectedness to the standoffs over Te Mata Peak and the baby.
If you're living in a car, the last thing on your priorities is taking part in research.
Taihape's big win over Pirates confirms they will go down, but who will join them?
Rather than just a cut-off Moa's ark, ancient NZ was also a 'flypaper of the Pacific'.
A primary school principal runs through his day as 50,000 teachers prepare to strike.