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Smail Called Himself A Murderer - Police

Christchurch, June 2 NZPA - The police officer who took Eric Neil Smail to the Sumner police station said Smail told him that he killed his best friend Keith McCormick and he should have done it years ago.

One In Four Kiwis Will Pay Their Bill Late In The Year Ahead

One In Four Kiwis Will Pay Their Bill Late In The Year Ahead

One in four New Zealanders have revealed they will pay bills late over the next 12 months, with a staggering 20 percent indicating they may even skip a mortgage repayment.

Smail Asked For Handshake After Killing

Christchurch, June 1 NZPA - After killing his paralysed friend Keith Graeme McCormick, Eric Neil Smail asked the neighbour who found him nearby to shake hands one last time, like friends, then take him to the police.

Woman Wins Luxury Lotto Car After Family Car Breaks Down

Woman Wins Luxury Lotto Car After Family Car Breaks Down

A lucky Wellington woman will soon be the owner of a brand new car, thanks to a well-timed win in Lotto's recent Mother's Day promotion.

Telecom Launches 0.facebook.com

Telecom Launches 0.facebook.com

Telecom NZ and Facebook today announced that Telecom is offering their customers free mobile browsing on the new 0.facebook.com site.

Air New Zealand To Offer Mobile Text And Email Services Inflight

Air New Zealand To Offer Mobile Text And Email Services Inflight

Air New Zealand will be enabling its new Boeing 777-300 aircraft with mobile phone and data capability, with the first aircraft due for delivery in November this year.

Man Cries Talking About Day Boy Taken To Hospital

Man Cries Talking About Day Boy Taken To Hospital

Auckland, May 26 NZPA - A man whose partner is on trial for murdering a three-year-old boy in her care broke down in tears when questioned in the High Court at Auckland today.

Seniors Urged To Support Youth Week

Seniors Urged To Support Youth Week

Senior Citizens Minister John Carter is encouraging older members of the community, including grandparents, to get behind Youth Week: 22-30 May.

Tearful Father Denies Hitting Son

Tearful Father Denies Hitting Son

Wellington, May 19 NZPA - A high profile-public servant accused of assaulting his son said he was acting out of concern for the unruly teen and did not punch him as is alleged, a court was told today.

Vandals May Have Used Hacksaw To Cut Cable - Chorus

Vandals May Have Used Hacksaw To Cut Cable - Chorus

Auckland, May 19 NZPA - Technicians hope to have telephone and internet services restored to about 1000 customers in the Auckland suburb of Mt Roskill by Thursday after vandals cut a high tech cable in two places on Sunday.

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