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Herald daily quiz: September 20
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Claire Trevett: Ministers' evasion on emails rele
Only hours after State Services Minister Chris Hipkins boasted about transparency in an announcement about proactively releasing Cabinet papers, he was anything but transparent in Parliament.For two weeks, National MP Nick Smith... More...
NZSIS sweep for bugs in case of burgled professor
Electronic surveillance specialists from the Security Intelligence Service have carried out a search for listening devices at the University of Canterbury office of the professor revealed to be a possible target of Chinese espionage.News... More...
John Tamihere: Time Winston Peters fell into step
COMMENT There has been much speculation around the solidity, and therefore sustainability of the present coalition government.Regardless of what Winston Peters wants to call this government, it is Labour-led because they have... More...
Grieving widow files lawsuit after DHB admits IT
An internal investigation has revealed an IT error was the cause of a year-long delay in a terminally ill man receiving test results from Hawke's Bay District Health Board. Now, his grieving widow is filing a lawsuit against the... More...
Jake Bailey: Bin the Great MasterBake Off
The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study, or the Dunedin Study as it is known, has so far taught us much about the genetic links and predisposition of concurrent generations to similar behavioural traits. At least,... More...
Brian Rudman: Time to rewrite the national anthem
Nine-year-old Brisbane student, Harper Nielsen, has discovered at a remarkably young age, how naively out-of-date national anthems can be. Harper drew the ire of Queensland senator Pauline Hanson and earned a detention from her... More...
New research to make living with perthes disease
New research hopes to prevent hundreds of children living with perthes disease from suffering chronic pain.Every year around 50 Kiwi kids are diagnosed with perthes - a condition where insufficient blood supply causes cells in... More...
Hamilton street in lockdown after reports of gunf
Hamilton residents have reported hearing gunfire tonight and there is a strong police presence in the suburb of Nawton.Hamilton Central Police could not comment on the matter to the Herald at 12.15am. DID YOU HEAR THE GUNSHOTS?... More...
Forty people claim Lotto First Division honours i
Forty of New Zealand's luckiest, or unluckiest Lotto players have walked away from Lotto tonight having pocketed $25,000 each in Lotto's First Division.It is the largest number of players to win Lotto First Division in a single... More...
Young family lose everything they own to house fi
A fire has ravaged a young Bay of Plenty family's home, leaving them without most of their possessions.The blaze swept through the house in Pongakawa today and due to fire and smoke the family with two children, a 4-month-old girl... More...
Multiple fire crews bring Te Atatu car garage fir
Fire crews have contained a fire on the Te Atatu Peninsula which was ignited earlier this evening.Te Atatu Motors on the corner of Wharf Rd and Abbotleigh Ave was well involved in flames when Fire and Emergency New Zealand crews... More...
Step closer to new law that would automatically j
A new law could strip judges of the power to decide on anything less than jail time for people who attack paramedics and other first responders.NZ First MP Darroch Ball's Protection for First Reponders and Prison Officers Bill,... More...
Family claim man's death a direct result of Havel
A 78-year-old's recent death was a direct result of the Havelock North campylobacter outbreak two years ago, his family says.John Buckley, 78, died on August 29 at Hawke's Bay Hospital, where he spent the last five weeks of his... More...