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The coronavirus is getting worse in crucial swing states that US President Donald Trump needs to win. [Read More]
New Plymouth District Council has signed off on spending up to $43m on replacing a crucial clog in its wastewater network, despite reservations from climate... [Read More]
Snarlers big and small were hoping to win the love of the judges. It was like The Bachelor for Bratwursts. And now we have a... [Read More]
A cow has died after falling from a truck and trailer unit and becoming stuck between them on a Christchurch motorway. [Read More]
Speed limits have been changed in Omata following community requests for better safety. [Read More]
A male and female are in custody after shots were reportedly fired at a Waikeria property. [Read More]
David Rawiri Atkins, a 61-year-old local man, died following a crash on State Highway 35. [Read More]
No 3 Rd closed due to a fatal crash in the Bay of Plenty... [Read More]
EXPLAINER: What form does "Russian interference" take? And how has a climate of "fake news" taken on a life of its own in the US? [Read More]
We're not going "to be a leader on people's subsidised holidays", mayor Neil Holdom said. [Read More]
''See how she goes'', was doctor's attitude to patient's earlier adverse reaction to antibiotic. [Read More]
A councillor has criticised Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt for attending an election night gathering and then declaring it as an official mayoral duty. [Read More]
Former Invercargill City Councillor Wayne Harpur is calling for the current council to stand down en masse, while a former international rugby referee has also... [Read More]
Cordon's are in place on Waikeria Road as police search for a person... [Read More]
Murder-accused dad was described as displaying "inhuman strength" as officers struggled to arrest him. [Read More]
Life under lockdown is getting stage time as Feilding children put on a play about the Covid-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Two people are believed to be seriously injured after crashing and rolling a car in Queenstown. [Read More]
A man who called Labour's Timaru Rangitata electorate office with bomb threats has been granted bail. [Read More]
The time it takes for lenders to process mortgage applications is causing a lot of stress, brokers say in survey by economist Tony Alexander. [Read More]
Officers are hunting two men who opened fire at a police car in the early hours of Tuesday morning. [Read More]
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