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  • Two aces in one round of golf
    It took golfer Janne Pottinger 38 years to notch her first hole-in-one; she liked it so much she landed another just an hour later.
  • A bit warm for July
    If you're thinking today's unusually hot for the middle of winter, you're not wrong.
  • Car chase ends on beach
    A driver had to give up his attempt to flee police when he drove onto a beach in Auckland this afternoon.
  • Labour jumps to 30pc in Roy Morgan survey
    Labour has been handed some rare good news on the last day of the current Parliament, with a new poll showing a big rebound in its fortunes.
  • Car plunge sparks river search
    Police are trying to work out how a man whose car plunged into a river near Taumarunui got clear of the submerged vehicle to be sure no one else is still missing.

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  • Teen gets life on murder, sex charges
    A teenager who was 15 years old when he murdered and sexually violated an Ashburton mother has been jailed for life. Bronson Kelekelio will serve at least 14-and-a-half years.
  • Mayor promises film studio rebuild
    Auckland mayor Len Brown is promising to rebuild a council-owned film studio destroyed by fire where the movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 is being filmed. The blaze is not thought t...
  • Long jail term for family abuser
    A man who sexually offended against young family members has been jailed for 17 years. The man who can't be named for legal reasons was sentenced on a range of charges.
  • Finlayson won't say if Dotcom discussed
    New Zealand's Attorney-General Chris Finlayson has met with the Deputy Director-General of the FBI, but is refusing to say whether they discussed internet entrepeneur Kim Dotcom.
  • Minister welcomes TIMA additions
    Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson is welcoming the Ngapuhi tribal board to conclude the tribe's historical Treaty claims with the Government.

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  • Plea to owners for quake checks
    The owners of Masterton's oldest buildings are ignoring fears by the district council their buildings could be wiped out by a Canterbury-sized earthquake.The council says it's disappointe...
  • Council looks at green advisor role
    The position of a green overlord who, among other things, would be paid to oversee the installation low-energy light bulbs and help the Masterton District Council become more environmenta...
  • School's out for Brian, 81
    Wairarapa's oldest school caretaker, Brian Marriott, is giving up his job at Solway Primary but hasn't got time to either "lay down and die, or retire".Relinquishing his job of 27 ...
  • Golf event rises $26,000 for paralysed schoolboy
    A charity golf tournament for a South Wairarapa schoolboy paralysed in a recent car crash has raised more than $26,000.On Saturday the Martinborough Golf Club hosted an Ambrose tournament...
  • Economy behind rise in demand for food
    The need for food has increased in Masterton families in the past three months with the foodbank giving out more food parcels than this time last year - and it ...

Dominion Post

  • $8m: Storage fire's huge cost
    Damage and losses from the Kiwi Self Storage fire in Kilbirnie have so far topped $8 million, police say.
  • Drink-drive limits lowered
    Drink drive limits will be lowered from December, after new legislation was passed through Parliament last night. 
  • Taxpayers dig deep to take over Novopay
    After throwing $45 million at trying to fix the Novopay teacher payroll system in the past two years, the Government has been forced to seize control.
  • Balloon families welcome details
    Families of victims of a balloon crash that claimed 11 lives have been left shocked and frustrated by an eight-day inquest into the disaster - but they say it has been worth it.
  • School plans microchip bracelets
    A North Canterbury school's plan to fit students with microchip bracelets to track their behaviour has prompted concern among parents.

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