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19 October 2017 8:42 PM Review of Auckland and Christchurch Airport prices

The Commerce Commission today released a process and issues paper for its review of the prices Auckland and Christchurch International Airports have set to apply for the period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022. Under Part 4 of the Commerce Act, which regulates markets where there is little or no competition, the airports are subject to information disclosure 79

17 October 2017 11:58 AM There's a new sick Facebook 'missing game' parents need to know about

Children who are as young as 14 years of age are doing a "48-Hour Challenge", where they disappear without a word to families, often in pairs or small groups. It it similar to the Game Of 72 which was popular Western Europe four yNears ago, reports Belfast Live . That craze saw children dare each other to vanish without trace for up to three days and took off quickly 63

16 October 2017 7:31 PM Grieving widow defends boat driver

Duayne Insley died on Sunday morning while racing on the Waimakariri River as part of the World Championship Jetboat Marathon. Insley was killed when he was struck by a log overhanging a channel of water, according to Fairfax. Racing was brought to a halt after the accident and the competition was put on hold on Monday, to commence today. She said she would 48

15 October 2017 11:33 PM Jetboat community pays tribute to Glenorchy man

Duayne Barry Insley died on Sunday morning while racing at the World Championship Jetboat Marathon. The accident happened just before 11am at the Waimakariri River and Insley died at the scene. Racing was brought to a halt, and all racing today had been cancelled as a mark of respect. In a Facebook post Oregon-based company Epic Motorsports said jet boat racing 69

15 October 2017 7:21 PM Property prices on hold as election drags on

As the country holds out for an election outcome, so too is the New Zealand property market with the national average asking price in a holding pattern, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index. Head of Trade Me Property Nigel Jeffries said the average asking price for a typical Kiwi house has stalled for a second month, up a minuscule 1.1 per cent year-on-year 108

15 October 2017 6:04 PM Glenorchy man's death 'a huge loss'

Duayne Insley (47) was killed on the Waimakariri River in Canterbury during the upstream leg of a race at 10.30am. Friend and colleague Graeme Jackson said Mr Insley was "kind and entertaining". Mr Jackson, who managed Dart Safaris when Mr Insley was a jet-boat driver there said he was a true Glenorchy local and someone you could rely on and refer 74

15 October 2017 7:43 AM Man killed in jet boat race accident

Police have released the name of the man killed in a fatal jetboat accident at the World Championship Jetboat Marathon in Canterbury this morning. The accident occurred around 10.50am at the Waimakariri River and brought racing to a stop. A St John Ambulance spokesperson says staff attended but did not take anyone to hospital because the patient had already 72

15 October 2017 3:32 AM Kiwi killed at jet boat championship

Police have confirmed a man killed at the World Championship Jet Boat Marathon in Canterbury today is a New Zealander. A media spokesperson was unable to confirm any more details at present. A statement from race organisers confirmed the incident, on the Waimakariri River during the upstream leg, happened at approximately 10.30am. In a statement they said: "Details 55

15 October 2017 2:26 AM Fatal accident at jet boat champs in Canterbury

A fatal jet boat accident has brought racing to a stop at the World Championship Jet Boat Marathon in Canterbury. Police are attending the accident at the Waimakariri River and said incident happened about 10.50am today. A St John ambulance spokesperson says they attended but did not transport anyone to hospital, because the patient had already died. Maritime 58

14 October 2017 10:23 PM Violence. Threats. Begging. Harvey Weinstein’s 30-year pattern of abuse in Hollywood

In 1984, Harvey Weinstein was 32 years old and making one of his first real feature films, on location outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania. It was a comedy called "Playing for Keeps," featuring a not-yet-famous Marisa Tomei, and the mood on set was anxious. Weinstein was foul-mouthed and domineering. He sparred routinely with his younger brother, Bob, his co-director 127