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Gales, rain spread south

LATEST: Storm moves down country, ripping off roofs in Auckland, felling trees in the Waikato and disrupting travellers in Wellington.

'We're just glad its over'

A West Auckland woman who accidentally shot her husband in the heart during an argument has avoided conviction.

Beacon saves day for fisherman

A capsized fisherman spent an hour treading water in the sea off Motueka before being rescued.

Charges in stabbing death

Estranged husband of slain Wellington woman Mei Fan has appeared in court on murder charges.

Travis Burns denied parole

Man convicted of bashing a young mother to death in a horrific attack in 1998 has lost his bid for parole.

Coach manipulated girl

A sports coach who was supposed to mentor a player shared a bed with her and encouraged her to cut her wrists.

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SH1 partially open after fatal crash

Motorists in North Otago should prepare for a ''slow trip'' after a fatal collision on SH1 this morning.

Royals a treat

Tour has made William and Kate into New Zealand's favourite family friends.

Thanks for the memories

So Wills, Kate and George are gone, leaving us only with memories. Here are the best bits.

Ferry disaster death toll climbs

Number of dead in Korean ferry disaster expected to rise sharply owing to passing of time and cold of the sea.

Strong debut for Genesis

Shares in Genesis Energy have listed on the NZX at $1.80, well above their $1.55 issue price.

KiwiSaver tax rules 'unfair'

Tax rates for KiwiSaver are too high and need to be lowered, a fund-management industry group says.

Driving caution urged

Transport officials are warning drivers to be careful on sodden roads as they head away for their Easter break.

'If they want to jail us, they will'

They've been whipped by Cossacks and imprisoned for two years - but Pussy Riot won't stop their activism.

A taste of London

Don't forget to take your appetite for this culinary fest in London.

Are 362.5 days not enough?

I understand a business needs to make money but can you not make that money the 362.5 days a year you're open?

Is the journey worth it?

It's dark outside when the guy with the machine gun gets on board our bus.

It's every man for himself

New Zealand's "can do" attitude is a world away from the American lifestyle of "gotta haves".

Tot found in Claw machine

Customers stunned when they find missing 3-year-old "having a heyday" in a Bear Claw game.

Plant up and running

The Alliance Group has finished commissioning its $25 million rendering plant.

Electoral boundaries finalised

The Electoral Commission has finalised the electoral boundaries for the next two elections.

Black jersey still fires Vito

Victor Vito knows he's running out of auditions, but the Canes No 8 insists he hasn't closed the door on All Blacks selection.

Paid to have fun

This guy's job pays him to have as much fun in Australia as possible.