New Zealand Herald, The (Auckland, New Zealand)

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Sage Publications, Inc.

Latest documents

  • Longer jail for abuse videos

    Two Auckland housemates convicted of possessing some of the worst child exploitation material police in New Zealand have seen — including death, sadism, torture and sexual abuse of children under 2 years old — have had their sentences lengthened.

  • Black Ferns slump to second straight record defeat

    The Black Ferns have suffered another record defeat to England, this time going down 56-15 to the world No 1 side in Northampton.

  • ABs brace for season-defining tests

    Tension rises, minds sharpen, as the business end of the All Blacks season arrives. Three successive blowouts in as many weeks served purposes in growing revenue and building depth but there is a realisation the final two tests of the year against Ireland and France will define the 2021 campaign.

  • Connor victim of ‘random gunfire’

    The 16-year-old shot dead outside a birthday party in Christchurch at the weekend may have been an innocent bystander and victim of random gunfire allegedly sprayed into a crowd.

  • Outrage at vandalism of statue

    A popular Māori carving at Cass Bay near Lyttelton was vandalised at the weekend.

  • Upstairs, downstairs Checklist

    The device of being able to float between the floors like a dumbwaiter is the stuff of sprawling TV series. From Brideshead to Gosford Park, there’s a fascination with the stately home and those who live there. Eavesdropping on the lives of those at every station.

  • WALK THE WALKS Checklist

    Taranaki maunga might look imposing but it is surprisingly easy to explore on a weekend getaway. There’s all-seasons hiking through ethereal goblin forest, a small ski field and the choice of two charming European-style lodges for wining and dining at day’s end.

  • A glimmer of hope

    Fatigued Aucklanders who have endured nearly three months of lockdown can finally see a glimmer of light after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern signalled the city’s own “freedom day” is November 29.

  • SVG treads water in rainy round

    Shane van Gisbergen has taken out half the races in this year’s Supercars Championship — 13 of 26 — but it was the ones he didn’t win that had a much bigger bearing on the title race at last weekend’s round.

  • Police fire tear gas in stand-off

    Screams and police dogs’ barks were heard from within a Christchurch property as armed officers arrested a man during a three-hour stand-off yesterday.

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