Monday, September 11th, 2017

 

Heather Bills inquest: Suspect nurse still 'shaken' by suspicious death

Heather Bills’ primary nurse, a suspect in an open police homicide investigation, says she is still shaken by the mysterious death of her patient, an inquest has heard. Bills, a 64-year-old grandma, died at Middlemore Hospital on… Source: Auckland central


New Zealand and New York firefighters walk up Sky Tower to mark 16th anniversary of 9/11

New Zealand firefighters and a small group of their New York counterparts have walked up the Sky Tower in central Auckland on the 16th anniversary of 9/11. Before the walk up the Sky Tower, the names of the firefighters who died… Source: Auckland central


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Heather Bills inquest: Suspect nurses give evidence

A nurse police suspected of giving a woman a lethal dose of insulin in hospital has told an inquest she “did not inject her”. Heather Bills, 64, died at Middlemore Hospital on January 2, 2013, six weeks after she was badly burned… Source: Auckland central


Power line explosion outside Mt Albert Grammar: 'Everyone started screaming'

School children at Mt Albert Grammar had a lucky escape this afternoon when two power lines fell metres from them. A witness said a rogue gust of wind caused nearby tree branches to become tangled in the power lines, sending them… Source: Auckland central