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Niwa forecaster Ben Noll was more focused than usual on watching the temperatures on Thursday, and toward the end of the day he found what he... [Read More]
"If you decide to have this service you may have to pay it yourself," the insurer explained to the infant. [Read More]
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No rose-tinted specs for PM-designate as she concedes that NZ's economy may take a hit. [Read More]
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Former prime minister Helen Clark says she is confident Winston Peters won't let the new Labour government down. [Read More]
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Former prime minister Helen Clark says she is confident Winston Peters won't let the new Labour government down. [Read More]
"You see things on the news all the time of soldiers passing and you often wonder what that person may of been like, well I... [Read More]
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A high brings a sunny warm day to many areas. Could it get to 30C? [Read More]
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Niwa is sticking to predictions that temperatures could reach 30 degrees Celsius in some inland parts of the South Island on Thursday and Friday - but... [Read More]
How could the Manhattan district attorney's office proceed on a new case without appearing to make up for its earlier failure to proceed? [Read More]
Ever wondered why people sometimes say the Waikato, and other times just Waikato, or the Bay of Plenty, but sometimes only Bay of Plenty, or the... [Read More]
On the day the department honored its fallen members, their spirit was with the 28 firefighters who cleared the way with their hands, and then... [Read More]
Mothers are being advised to sleep on their sides in late pregnancy for the well-being of their babies. [Read More]
The case of a US mother jailed for not vaccinating her son has highlighted the problems that can arise when parents disagree about whether to... [Read More]
Morning gales are expected in the Canterbury high country and in the deep south on Friday morning, while most western areas look likely to get... [Read More]
First it was the Russians interfering in the US election, now voting irregularities have been uncovered in the Bird of the Year contest. [Read More]
Christchurch has been hit by 21 lightning strikes in less than an hour as a massive thunderstorm lashed the city. [Read More]
Some Christchurch residents had a short sharp shock early Wednesday as a burst of thunder and heavy rain doused parts of the city. [Read More]
How New York City detectives laid a trap to catch the movie mogul after an Italian model accused him of groping her—and why charges were... [Read More]
The haka continues to show up in some surprising places - the latest being at a protest by tens of thousands of Dutch primary school... [Read More]
Heavy rain hangs on in easternmost parts of the country, with showers for most other places. [Read More]
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