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Bullies out all year

King's College student involved in middle-of-the-night bullying of juniors will be kept out of school for the rest of the year.

Pilots seriously hurt

Friends and fellow flying enthusiasts rushed to offer first aid when a light aircraft crashed near Pukekohe.

16-year-old boy charged

Auckland police have arrested a teenager for the murder of promising league player Luke Tipene.

Kiwis survive Samoan scare

NZ prevail by the skin of their teeth, beating a passionate Toa Samoa side 14-12 in Whangarei.

Girls killed trick-or-treating

Three 13-year-old girls have been killed by a hit-and-run driver while out trick-or-treating in California.

Kiwis to help with Ebola?

Access to top clinics would be essential if NZ was to send medics to help with the Ebola crisis.

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Body found near island

Body found in the area where missing fisherman is believed to have disappeared.

All aboard the marriage express

Flashmob dancers cheered in the tramway as a Christchurch woman said "yes" to an unusual marriage proposal.

Kidnapped girls 'married'

Boko Haram claims the 219 schoolgirls it kidnapped in Nigeria earlier this year have converted to Islam and married.

Oh dear, Ikea

First it was Apple, then Samsung. Will Ikea be the next retailer to charge Kiwis way over the odds?

Lean times ahead for investors

Investors with money in the bank may have to get used to many years of low interest rates, according to a broker.

Internet maestro on next voyage

An entrepreneur who founded internet company Orcon and then sold it for $24 million is building another fast-growth internet business.

The man hated by Jobs quits Google

Andy Rubin, a high-ranking Google executive who earned the ire of the late Steve Jobs, has left the company.

A history of women's workwear

Clothes say a lot about women's evolving roles in the workplace. A history of 20th century office fashion in photos.

Stop procrastinating, get it done

Procrastination: It's bad for the individual, bad for society, and yet everybody does it.

The Block NZ: For sale

This time in two weeks there will be a big Block hangover. So how will the contestants be feeling? A little worse for wear, or delightfully surprised?

Jobs flow from milk

Fonterra's new $120 million facility UHT plant at Waitoa creates 80 new jobs.

Petition for a special princess

Disney movies have a variety of heroes - from cats, to princesses, to young children - but they have few heroes with special needs.

How to kill time on a flight

I had a crisis of sorts on a recent flight. My iPad had died and there were hours of flying time still to go.

Manchester clubs duke it out

The first of the two Manchester derbies take place at the Etihad Stadium, with local pride at stake.

Life beyond the capital

When it comes to the North Island, I'm ashamed to say I'm geographically challenged.

Councillor's board has wheels

One 68-year-old councillor swaps his council agendas for something a little more hip with the kids.

Quinn teams with Tander

Highland Motorsport Park owner will be busy come his own Highland 101 endurance race meeting, but he won't be alone.

NZ Maori thump Japan

Blues first five-eighth Ihaia West produces a commanding performance as the tourists triumph 61-21 in Kobe.