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  • Delays threaten aerospace industry

    TAURANGA: The aerospace industry is warning companies face too much red tape and are on the verge of quitting New Zealand....

  • Technology being used to target dissenters, activists say

    Activists fear more arrests, abuses after the death of Mahsa Amini. Sanan Mahoozi reports....

  • St Clair, Otago Boys’ back in interclub competition

    AN even spread of talent across six teams and the return of St Clair and Otago Boys’ High School to top-flight tennis are two of the features of the Otago division one interclub competition....

  • Fitness training before surgery helps recovery: study

    HIGH intensity interval training for up to six weeks before major surgery can have a significant impact on recovery, with a 56% drop in post-operative complications and shorter stays in hospital, a new study has found....

  • Forces suppress protests marking Amini’s death

    TEHERAN: Iranian security forces cracked down on protests in Kurdish areas of the country on Saturday and briefly detained the father of Mahsa Amini, a year after the young woman’s death in custody set off some of the worst political unrest in four decades....

  • Home detention after ‘gross negligence’ in overdose death

    A DUNEDIN man will spend the next seven and a-half months in the home where his ‘‘gross negligence’’ led to the death of his on-off partner....

  • Fortescue interest validates green hydrogen

    AN Australian mining giant’s interest in Tiwai Point adds clout to the idea that producing green hydrogen for export could be a good idea, a leading researcher says....

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  • Over $250K paid in severance

    GORE District Council has paid more than a quarter of a million dollars in severance payouts in the past two years, including, it is believed, a hefty payout to the mayor’s mother....

  • Anti-abortion law protested

    WARSAW: Thousands of people gathered in cities across Poland yesterday to protest against strict abortion laws after a pregnant woman’s death reignited public debate on the issue....

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