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Two Deaths Over Weekend

Waikato Police are urging motorists to watch their speed after three serious crashes over the weekend, two of which were attributable to speed.

New Name For 90 Mile Beach Possible Under Treaty Deal

Wellington, Jan 18 NZPA - Ninety Mile Beach could be renamed under a tentative Treaty of Waitangi deal.

Prince To Try His Hand At BBQ

Prince To Try His Hand At BBQ

Wellington, Jan 18 NZPA - Prince William will be asked to get behind the barbie and flip a few sausages as part of his New Zealand summer experience, Prime Minister John Key said this morning.

Assaults On Prison Guards Rise

Wellington, Jan 18 NZPA - Rimutaka Prison has again emerged as the most dangerous, posting the highest number of assaults on guards for the fourth time in five years.

Fog Could Disrupt Prince's Flight To Wellington

Fog Could Disrupt Prince's Flight To Wellington

Wellington, Jan 18 NZPA - Prince William's travel plans could be disrupted by fog at Wellington Airport this morning.

The prince was due to fly into Wellington from Auckland about 9.30am, but the airport was closed with flights unable to land this morning.

Council Ignored Campsite Flood Risk - Locals

Wellington, Jan 16 NZPA - Flooding risks that endangered the lives of a family camping in south Wairarapa over the weekend had been ignored by the local council, residents say.

Unexpected Issues At Newmarket Mean Bus Replacement Services Continue On Monday For Train Passengers

Unexpected Issues At Newmarket Mean Bus Replacement Services Continue On Monday For Train Passengers

Unexpected difficulties with commissioning the new signalling at Newmarket Junction means Auckland's special holiday timetable will continue tomorrow morning, with the addition of some train services on the Western line.

Haiti Earthquake: ICRC Rushes To Get Water And Medical Supplies To Survivors

Haiti Earthquake: ICRC Rushes To Get Water And Medical Supplies To Survivors

Significant amounts of emergency aid have arrived in quake-struck Port-au-Prince. The challenge now is to get it to survivors as quickly as possible.

Disabled Man Not Fit To Face Manslaughter Charge

Wellington, Jan 18 NZPA - An intellectually disabled man who pushed over a fellow residential home resident causing fatal injuries has been deemed unfit to stand trial.

A Decade Of Chardonnay

As final plans are ticked off for the 10 year anniversary of the International Chardonnay Challenge organisers are taking a little time to reflect on the past decade.