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Port of Auckland crane safety rule, guidance substandard - expert witness

The claims have come at a trial where the port's former boss Tony Gibson is facing charges related to the death of a worker.

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School balls: Parents fork out thousands to cover 'horrendous' cost

With tickets going for more than $300 a pop in some cases, a parent says balls are being "Americanised through TV, movies and social media".

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Rainbow crossing painted over: Six accused of Gisborne incidents plead not guilty

The defendants will reappear for separate case review hearings at the end of May.

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'I don't feel valued': Police officers face months-long wait in pay dispute

It will be months before a newly-appointed independent arbitrator will rule on pay for police, the Police Association says.

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Jail sentences handed down for murder and manslaughter in Hastings' Darcy Strickland case

Darcy Strickland's mother gave a victim impact statement to the High Court at Napier on Monday as the two men who killed her son were sent to prison.

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'Nerve wracking': Travellers stressed by system upgade delaying passport processing

Travellers have been forced to pay hundreds more for emergency passports or change their international flights as they wait for their passport to be processed.

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Call for Commerce Commission to put New Zealand air fares under microscope

The airline sector is ripe for the kind of investigation that has been carried out in the grocery and banking sectors, Consumer NZ believes.

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Woman who suffered complications from major gynaecological surgery not properly informed of risks

The doctor usually went through a patient's procedure in detail, including possible complications and risks. But no such discussion happened with this patient.

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Junior hospital doctors to strike for 24 hours in May

Bargaining stalled when Te Whatu Ora proposed what would effectively be pay cuts for some positions and GP trainees, the union says.

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Nearly 140 roles proposed to go at Customs and DIA

Nearly 140 roles are proposed to go at Customs and at the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), a larger number than PSA announced this afternoon.

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Fast Track Approval Bill: Government watchdogs seek substantial curbs on ministers' powers

The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment says the role of ministers as decision-makers should be scrapped.

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Woman found dead in Wellington Harbour not yet identified

People who live near Māhina Bay are "shocked" that a woman's body was found in the water - and say it is an area where everyone knows everyone.

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Anzac Day: What's open, what's not and when you have to pay a surcharge

On Anzac Day, most shops need to stay shut for the first half of the day till 1pm.

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Council and Health NZ tight-lipped on Wairarapa Hospital settlement

The two entities refused to disclose the settlement amount that ended a lengthy legal dispute over Wairarapa's defective hospital.

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$100m to fix leaky buildings at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital, Manukau SuperClinic

The leaks at the south Auckland hospital buildings are costing more than double the initial estimate to fix.

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Health NZ denies it's ordered a hiring freeze

The agency says it is still recruiting to fill shortages after writing about a ban on double shifts and closing some vacant roles.

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Former Port of Auckland CEO Tony Gibson on trial for workplace death of Pala’amo Kalati in unprecedented prosecution

Tony Gibson has gone on trial in a first-of-its-kind prosecution.

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