Homeowner used milk, toilet water and hot water tank to fight Port Hills fire
A Christchurch man has told the courts of his distress at being labelled a person of interest in an investigation into the 2017 Port Hills fires.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 7:55pm Sold out subdivision highlights 'booming' Waitara property market
Sections worth $5.4m get snapped up, with keen buyers showing interest in next stage.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Fri 2:05pm 'Surprising' surge of interest in house sales in regions
The impact of Covid-19 on the property market may not be as dramatic as previously thought - thanks in part to a flock of returning New Zealanders.
© 2020 RadioNZ Fri 6:45am Queensland to close NSW, ACT borders after new Covid-19 case
"We cannot risk a second wave. We have to act decisively." Queensland's Premier says she is increasingly concerned about transmission rates in southern states.
© 2020 RadioNZ Wed 2:55pm Returning Kiwis, low interest rates fueling lift in property market, says real estate executive
"Cashloaded" returning Kiwis fuel lift in property market, says real estate executive.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Tue 3:15pm More Kiwis die from heart disease and cancer than Aussies
Kiwis will die earlier than their Aussie mates due to our higher rates of heart disease and cancer, new research shows.Australians have a longer life expectancy than New Zealanders, who have both a higher diagnosis and death rate...
© 2020 NZ Herald Mon 5:15pm Sony introduces first CFexpress Type A memory card
The CFexpress Type A cards are ideally suited for high-speed continuous shooting of more than 1,000 uncompressed RAW still images, as well as 4K 120p movie recording at high bit rates with the Slow & Quick Motion function when paired with new Alpha 7S III, which features two CFexpress Type A compatible media slots.
© 2020 GeekZone Mon 10:25am Lawrence Dallaglio rates Richie McCaw world's greatest openside flanker
Two All Black superstars top an English newspaper's list of the greatest men to wear the No 7 jersey.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Sun 8:15am How new laws are pushing predatory loan sharks closer to extinction
Originally published by The Spinoff Amid fears of growing financial hardship throughout New Zealand, a comprehensive campaign against high-interest lenders looks to be gaining new ground.Payday lenders, trucks shops, loan sharks:...
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