Aucklanders flocked to open homes on Sunday, surer of their spending power post-election, and industry bosses are expecting sales to recover with spring now here.Peter Thompson, Barfoot & Thompson managing director, said with the…
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We have had the election. But before we all move on, let’s deal with one thing: the election campaign coverage was a disgrace.We had 15 parties and 554 candidates vying for our vote. There was policy galore. There were numerous…
Revelations that the Pike River mine has been safe to enter for at least a year are ‘‘gutting’’ to the families of the 29 men who died, Grey district mayor Tony Kokshoorn says.
A woman who tried to stop a bag-snatcher at an Auckland supermarket is in a serious condition after being knocked to the ground.
The university club that offended students with ”racist and sexist” costumes at a car event has been warned to clean up its act by one of its sponsors.
The construction of Christchurch’s new bus exchange is underway, with today seeing the largest continuous pour of concrete since the quakes.
Unions are still backing David Cunliffe despite Labour crashing to its worst election defeat in 92 years.
A live Mexican scorpion was found in a passenger’s camping equipment at Auckland Airport recently.