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20 September 2017 3:54 AM Dive squad recover body in search for boaties

Divers have recovered the body of one of the Greymouth fishermen missing since their boat the Wendy J sank in a storm south of Jackson Bay last Thursday. Police said today the body was recovered yesterday afternoon by the Police National Dive squad near the wreckage of the Wendy J, during the ongoing search for Jay Cairney (43) and Kieran Lynch (22). In a statement

19 September 2017 10:46 PM Pipelines And The Benefits Of Hindsight Vision

INSIGHTS ABOUT THE NEWS - The reaction to the breach of the Marsden Point refinery pipeline to Auckland is confirmation of the adage about “hindsight always being 20/20.” Various political parties and businesses seem to believe they have all been pointing to pipeline vulnerability for years and how they have always known the answer. ACT even blamed the RMA. NZ First

19 September 2017 9:00 PM Body of fisherman found on West Coast

The Police National Dive Squad has recovered a body near the wreckage of fishing vessel Wendy J on the West Coast. The body was found on Tuesday afternoon and has yet to formally identified, say police, although the man is believed to be one of two who went missing last week. "A search of other areas of interest around the bay has failed to locate the second 1

19 September 2017 5:01 PM Last chance for party leaders to impress

In turn, Ms Ardern will have to overcome the emotion of her grandmother dying earlier this week to focus on this one last major challenge in her quest to become prime minister on Saturday. Election momentum has clearly swung behind Ms Ardern in recent weeks and the fuel crisis caused by a tear in the pipeline between Marsden Point and Wiri has given 1

19 September 2017 12:55 PM Why China Won’t Pressure North Korea as Much as Trump Wants

At the center of the North Korean nuclear crisis is a pivotal question: How much is China really willing to pressure and punish its longtime ally in Pyongyang? Recent conversations in Beijing and Washington suggest that Chinese leaders have decided to increase pressure substantially but are not—and probably never will be—willing to help President Trump 1

18 September 2017 5:33 AM UBS has a playbook for New Zealand’s knife-edge election

Saturday's general election in New Zealand could see a change of rule for the first time in ten years. The main opposition Labour Party was struggling in the polls and showed no sign of challenging the incumbent National party until an abrupt switch of leadership at the beginning of August. Just two weeks after 37-year-old Jacinda Ardern took control 5

17 September 2017 9:11 PM London Tube attack: CCTV emerges as two men arrested

POLICE have been handed CCTV footage that could reveal the identity of the Parsons Green bomber just hours before the London tube terror attack. The grainy footage shows a young man in a grey tracksuit carrying a bag that looks like the Lidl supermarket bag that contained the bomb. ITV News, which screened the footage, said it was filmed near a house 4

17 September 2017 8:42 PM Boy Offers Compelling Reason Why Australia Needs Marriage Equality

Max Townes is not yet 13-years-old, and yet he's already looking forward to his wedding. But first, he's going to need Australia to pull through for marriage equality. You see, Max, like many of us, has dreams of one day marrying Chris Hemsworth. We know this, because his mother, Megan, tweeted out a photo of young Max holding a sign at Sydney's march

17 September 2017 6:59 AM All Blacks seek improvement even after record win

Scrum-half Smith feels they were bit ‘sluggish’ in second half Auckland: The All Blacks gave themselves a pass mark but said there was still a lot to work on as they reflected on Sunday on their record 57-0 demolition of South Africa. The eight-try victory in Auckland, a marriage of a scintillating attack and ruthless defence, kept the unbeaten New Zealanders 5

17 September 2017 3:06 AM Record win not good enough, say All Blacks

The All Blacks gave themselves a pass mark but said there was still a lot to work on as they reflected on Sunday on their record 57-0 demolition of South Africa. The eight-try victory in Auckland, a marriage of a scintillating attack and ruthless defence, kept the unbeaten New Zealanders in line to retain the Rugby Championship with only two matches 1