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  • Lewis gets full-time coaching job at Houston
    HOUSTON (AP) Olympic great Carl Lewis has agreed to become a full-time coach for the track and field program at the University of Houston.Lewis was a volunteer assistant last season. Head...
  • Fatal fire victim still unidentified
    Police are still trying to identify a person who died in a Northland fire after an Armed Offenders Squad callout.Emergency services were alerted to the fire at a Mangamuka property south ...
  • Teacher admits indecently assaulting students
    A former Havelock North school teacher has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting his female students.Charles John Michael Harter, 63, was a part-time music and drama teacher at a local ...
  • British rights activist on trial in Thai court
    BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) A British human rights activist who investigated alleged abuses at a fruit processing factory in Thailand in the first in a series of criminal lawsuits filed agains...
  • American League Leaders
    BATTING_Altuve, Houston, .336; VMartinez, Detroit, .329; Beltre, Texas, .323; Cano, Seattle, .322; JAbreu, Chicago, .320; Eaton, Chicago, .313; Brantley, Cleveland, .310.RUNS_Dozier, Minn...

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  • Teacher admits to groping students
    A teacher with a 40-year career has admitted groping girls during music lessons, and police are concerned there could be other victims.  
  • Labour backs national flag review
    Labour would reintroduce 10-year passports and review the national flag, if elected later this month.
  • Hundreds of jobs go at Coles
    Australian supermarket chain Coles plans to cut between 500 and 600 jobs from its head office in Melbourne as part of a renewed efficiency drive aimed at freeing up funds to reinvest in r...
  • Timaru office evacuated after threat
    A threat has prompted the evacaution of the entire Work and Income Timaru building.
  • Winston Peters' bottom-line
    Prime Minister John Key won't rule out changing the inquiry into Judith Collins' actions into a royal commission after NZ First leader Winston Peters made it a bottom line for his support.

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  • Britain outlines anti-terror measures
    New powers are needed to seize terrorist suspects' passports and stop British-born extremists from returning to Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
  • Ashburton shootings - a view from above
    Ashburton remains in shock after the daylight killing of two of its residents and a manhunt which swept through the district. We went above the town this morning to see where events unfol...
  • Commodity prices down for 6th month
    Global commodity prices for the country's exports have fallen for the sixth successive month. The commodity price index declined by 3.3% in August, from the previous month.
  • National would make changes to CERA
    Prime Minister John Key has announced CERA would be merged into the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, if a National government was re-elected.
  • Insurance broker case goes to appeal
    The Supreme Court has granted the Fire Service an appeal over a long-running legal row with the Insurance Brokers Association, over levies payable to the service.

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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 ...

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