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The coronavirus outbreak that has sickened almost 75,000 in China and killed more than 2,000 worldwide has upended travel and commerce across the world. In... [Read More]
Police say there is no risk to the public after shooting injury in Kaikohe. [Read More]
Good King Tavita had to leave the programme tonight. He was in distress. [Read More]
The one where Lesina allowed herself to be filmed on a low angle and is a national hero. [Read More]
More than 400 students may have to move to Palmerston North, or change universities. [Read More]
Two seats down, one to go in Māori Party selections for prime seats. [Read More]
His name is Cooper and he is just one of many animals with a sad tale of cruelty. [Read More]
List of shame to include cat whose leg was amputated after a 30-hour ordeal. [Read More]
Cyclist knocked off her bike cannot fathom how motorist didn't see her. [Read More]
A Waikato woman was travelling with her baby when she swerved to avoid the truck. [Read More]
Man subjected to 'cruel, brutal and cowardly ' assault. [Read More]
One person taken to hospital by rescue helicopter. [Read More]
A humble Takapuna two-bedroom unit has sold for $1.4 million, showing how even a small apartment is now enough to turn Auckland owners into millionaires.... [Read More]
Five of the most significant victories in New Zealand's 90 years of test cricket. [Read More]
Mary Ann Wakefield pulled off a moment of magic at halftime of a college basketball game. [Read More]
New York Times: Some common questions and advice from health and travel experts. [Read More]
COMMENT: Not-so-fast bowler makes habit of proving critics wrong - with the ball at least. [Read More]
Kiwi Parker must make most of his chances in order to become mandatory challenger again. [Read More]
'Mean what you say and say what you mean' - Shelly Bay mess gets messier. [Read More]
The benefit increases are the largest since Bill English's one-off boost of $25 a week. [Read More]
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