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Vettori Rues Rain

Tuesday, 15 December, 2009 - 20:36

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Napier, Dec 15 NZPA - Mohammad Yousuf looked to the grey skies and praised Allah, but a downcast Daniel Vettori cursed the weather gods as the third and final cricket test between New Zealand and Pakistan was condemned to a watery grave at McLean Park today.

Showers Wash Away Series Dream

Tuesday, 15 December, 2009 - 19:48

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Napier, Dec 15 NZPA - Rain dissolved any prospect of an enthralling climax to the final session of a closely fought test cricket series at McLean Park here today, leaving New Zealand and Pakistan to ponder what might have been.

The Lion Foundation Celebrates $500 Million Milestone

Tuesday, 15 December, 2009 - 13:45

Thousands of Kiwi communities have 500 million reasons to celebrate thanks to the support of The Lion Foundation.

The charitable trust has achieved a major milestone - combined funding over 24 years since inception has passed the $500 million mark.

Ethnic Minorities Likely To Suffer In Troubled New Zealand Economy

Tuesday, 15 December, 2009 - 09:41

The economic downturn in New Zealand is likely to result in more suicides, and slowing of health improvements among Māori and Pacific Islanders and lower socio-economic groups, a University of Otago study just published in the New Zealand Medical Journal predicts.

Know the (Golf) Rules

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 19:43

I'm tired of reading about Tiger but alas most of the golf reporting fraternity are still at. Maybe they're like me and can't find anything more interesting to write about at this less exciting time of the year, golf-wise

Pipeline Co Must Pay $213,000 After Lives Lost

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 15:18

Christchurch, Dec 14 NZPA - Heron Construction Co Ltd must pay $213,000 in fines and reparations for safety breaches on the day a storm blew up and two men drowned while they were working on Christchurch's off-shore waste pipeline project.

Climate Change Fairy Tale: The Fat Bellies Mistake

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 15:15

In a far off land there lived many people. The land was rich in resources and the climate and soil produced food in abundance. The people were smart and good at growing food and making things, so there was plenty of food and everyone could live comfortably.

Company Sentenced Over Workers' Deaths

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 13:57

A sub-contractor on Christchurch's ocean outfall project has been ordered to pay fines and reparation totalling $213,000, after admitting critical safety lapses Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) says led to the deaths of two workers.

Thompsons Track Fatality

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 12:49

The name of a man killed when his vehicle plunged over the edge of a cliff at the summit of the Kaimai Ranges near Thompsons Track early yesterday morning has been released.

He was Bevan John REEVES, 31, of Beachlands Auckland.

Warmer Homes And Better Air Quality - Without Increasing Electricity Use.

Monday, 14 December, 2009 - 12:48

Environment Canterbury's Clean Heat insulation and cleaner heating retrofitting scheme is producing a "trio of benefits" - improved air quality and warmer homes but without increased electricity use.