Boeing's billion-dollar bungle has tainted American aviation prestige — how will it recover?
Two deadly crashes involving its latest 737 MAX jet are prompting some to consider how the darling of American aviation will survive this fatal blow and why it happened in the first place. full story
What we know about the Sri Lanka bombings at churches and Colombo hotels
No one has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks at churches and hotels across Sri Lanka that killed people as they attended Easter Sunday services or ate their breakfasts. full story
MetService is warning of heavy rain in the ranges of eastern Bay of Plenty and the Gisborne ranges
MetService is warning of heavy rain in the ranges of eastern Bay of Plenty and the Gisborne ranges full story
Quote of the Day
"Never stand between a dog and the hydrant." John Peers
1961 - First Golden Shears competition
First held at the Masterton War Memorial Stadium in 1961, the Golden Shears competition has become the iconic event for the shearing and wool-handling industry in New Zealand. more...
1971 - Court Theatre stages first play
It was opening night for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie in Christchurch’s Provincial Council buildings. more...
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