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Man charged with murder and attempted murder after Ashburton shooting

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Staff fled as gun fired

Peg Noble was on reception when a gunman walked in and shot her in the chest. | The suspect | NZ shootings | Tully sought help

Beyer takes Harawira to task

Prominent Internet-Mana candidate Georgina Beyer questions motives of founder Kim Dotcom.

Rolf Harris costume draws ire

AFL probe after players dress as Rolf Harris and a girl, and another in black face, for Mad Monday.

Port safety denounced

Lyttelton Port workers were reportedly jump-starting machinery when colleague fell to death.

JLaw's nude pic A-list anxiety

Jennifer Lawrence is reportedly feeling "horrified" over the impact of her leaked nude photos.

Husbands' hatred for Jamie Oliver

Angry husbands whose wives expected more in the kitchen roughed up Jamie Oliver.

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Police admit delay

Dementia sufferer Trevor Smith was likely to be already dead by the time police launched search.

Ashburton shooting disturbing: Key

Prime Minister John Key has offered his "sincere condolences" to the families of the two people shot dead at the Ashburton Work and Income office, as well as the  staff on site at the time.

Maori Party will win seat - poll

The Maori Party's future is looking more secure, according to the results of a new poll.

'Undisguised aggression'

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has accused Russia of "direct and undisguised aggression" which he said had radically changed the battlefield balance.

Video Ezy joins streaming race

'The movie people' now part of growing online streaming market in New Zealand.

Beware of money leaks

Tracking your spending gives you a clear picture of where your money's flowing.

Skiing addict sells after 38 years

Mike Unger is shutting Victoria Ski Sport after nearly four decades in the ski business.

Texts falling out of favour

How many regular texts have you sent lately? Chances are, a lot less than you think.

Let's live in...Roslyn

Roslyn is a charming, hillside suburb twinkling 150 metres above Dunedin’s city centre.

Sediment linked to sheep

Science has uncovered sheep, not dairy cows, as culprits for some sediment problems in Southland estuaries.

Lena Dunham's message for girls

"Do not be afraid to make a splash in the still male-dominated world of show business," Lena Dunham tells filmmakers.

The dark side of a fairy tale

Copenhagen has always been far more complex than Denmark's "happy nation" reputation.

41 years of addiction

I placed my first bet on a horse when I was 13, and now I'm close to losing everything.

Red devons catching on

Red devons may not be well-known in New Zealand but they have a well-deserved big reputation overseas.

Battling invasion of bullfrogs

Exterminating alien species can have unpredictable, harmful effects on local ecosystems.

Speed and weed worries

As US states liberalise their marijuana laws, public officials and safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths.

Smith relishing midfield reunion

Conrad Smith is looking forward to a reunion with old mate Ma'a Nonu in midfield against Argentina on Saturday.