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Limited showers, no meal prep: 'Ruthless' plans t
Health bosses planned to limit showers and meals for the disabled, create long wait lists for specialist care, and refuse help for autistic children as part of a desperate cost-saving bid.Documents obtained by the Herald on Sunday... More...
Penguins, Albanians and The Sopranos: Sir Peter J
Well, that's one way to ruin a long weekend - a scathing letter from the country's most famous movie director landing in your inbox on a Friday afternoon.Sir Peter Jackson sent lawyers and politicians scrambling yesterday with his... More...
30 days in the wilderness for a special home brew
A beer-loving Kiwi found a novel way to farewell his home country - by brewing in a forest hut.Zachary Byrne - who is moving to the USA - chose to spend his final days in New Zealand crafting a beer in the wilderness before cracking... More...
Rogue Kiwi soldiers of World War I: Roger Moag-Le
More than 12,000 New Zealanders served with overseas forces in World War I.That's more than twice what Glyn Harper expected before he and two assistants began their research for his new book For King and Other Countries , released... More...
Paul Little on Notre Dame fire: But we don't need
COMMENT: No sooner had the smoke cleared over Notre Dame last week than offers of millions in donations to pay for its restoration come flooding in from around the world. Among those delighted by such charity must have been not... More...
Bees pestering businesses in Auckland city
There's a buzz around dessert shops on one of Auckland's busiest streets, but it's not the kind owners were hoping for.An increasing number of bees have been pestering businesses on Karangahape Rd over the past two weeks, seemingly... More...
'Grey, showery' Easter Sunday expected for most o
A sunny autumn Saturday for the North Island will not persist into Easter Sunday, with a "messy" front moving into central New Zealand bringing rain and overcast skies.MetService meteorologist April Clark said for much of central... More...
Editorial: Life's basic need - Let's treat disabl
EDITORIAL: There's robust debate about the origin of the quote: "The measure of a civilisation is how it treats its weakest members."It's often attributed to Mahatma Gandhi, but others say it came from US Vice-President Hubert... More...
Herald morning quiz: April 21
Test your brains with the Herald's revamped quiz. Be sure to check on nzherald.co.nz tomorrow morning for another trivia fix with our new morning quiz. Android users please click here ‌ To challenge yourself with... More...
Armed police outside property in Clover Park, sou
Armed police are guarding a property in South Auckland tonight.A man in Darnell Crescent, Clover Park, told the Herald a property near the intersection with Dissmeyer Dr was cordoned off and under guard.There were also about... More...
One critical after crash in Tirohanga, Eastern Ba
A person has been critically injured in a "traffic incident" at Tirohanga, 50 kilometres east of Whakatane.Police couldn't be contacted, but St John Ambulance tweeted about the incident late last night."At 9.51pm St John attended... More...
Winning $1 million Lotto ticket sold in Whangarei
A trip to a Whangarei bookshop has spelled a $1 million pay day for one fortunate Lotto player tonight.The winning ticket, sold at Onerahi Bookshop & Lotto in Whangarei, led to a $1 million First Division winner in tonight's live... More...
'That's my team in there': Armed robbery no barri
The owner of a bar where local heroes wrestled a loaded shotgun from an armed robber, with a shot narrowly missing them, has described the moment he arrived as it was all unfolding.Harmeet Batra, who owns Tikipunga Tavern in Whangārei,... More...
'Shame shame shame' - Outrage at Manawatū Mo
A public outcry of "shame" and "horror" has met a Manawatū More FM radio competition entitled "Bunny Bingo" which offered a live rabbit as a prize for predicting where it would poo.The competition, with a rabbit supplied by... More...