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King Country Mongrel Mob member wanted by police
Stuff.co.nz
Waikato police are looking for a King Country Mongrel Mob member who they say is dangerous and possibly carrying a firearm. Thomas Coffin, who also uses the name Tom Bell, is subject to multiple arrest warrants and is believed to be in the wider ...
Waikato Police seeking Thomas CoffinScoop.co.nz (press release)
Waikato police searching for dangerous, possibly armed Mongrel Mob memberTVNZ

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New Zealand Herald
Finance Minister seeks to downplay Budget spend-up in election year
New Zealand Herald
Finance Minister Steven Joyce would not be drawn on the shape of a family and tax package expected to be the centrepiece of Thursday's Budget. But he continued to downplay expectations when he talked to reporters today at the Petone plant where the ...
Is Steven Joyce's first Budget a family affair?Stuff.co.nz
Joyce keeps mum about election year budgetRadio New Zealand
Housing and healthcare the clear cut top prioritiesScoop.co.nz (press release)
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Fatal crash between van and truck in Dunedin
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One person is dead after a crash between a car and a truck in Dunedin. Police are seeking witnesses to the crash, which happened on Tuesday about 11.30am. The crash happened on the Dunedin Southern Motorway, State Highway 1, between the Saddle ...
Fatal crash Dunedin – witnesses soughtScoop.co.nz (press release)
One badly hurt in motorway crashOtago Daily Times
Fatal crash in DunedinNew Zealand Police (press release)

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Stuff.co.nz
Live: Suicide bombing at Ariana Grande pop concert claims at least 19 lives
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Here's Prime Minister Bill English speaking about the attack. He says there is no indication that any Kiwis are involved. Updated May 22, 2017 7:47 PM. May 22, 2017 7:44 PM. Stuff Editors. There are still many families that have not located friends and ...

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Radio New Zealand
Accused unaware of cocaine haul in horse head, court told
Radio New Zealand
The lawyers for two men accused of the country's biggest ever cocaine bust insist their clients had no idea drugs were inside a horse statue's head. From left: Agustin Suarez-Juarez and Ronald Cook Snr on trial at the High. From left: Agustin Suarez ...
Horse's head cocaine haul trial: accused were 'on vacation'Stuff.co.nz
How Customs set up huge cocaine stingNZCity
Elaborate plan executed by police and customs for NZ's biggest cocaine bust, court hearsTVNZ
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Waikato Times
River death-accused: 'I really saw red and let him have it'
Waikato Times
Neville Patrick Harris is on trial in the High Court in Hamilton on a manslaughter charge. A man accused of manslaughter by chasing another man into the Waikato River, where he drowned, says he last saw the victim alive, and climbing onto logs in the ...
Homeless man says he lost control in Christmas Eve attackRadio New Zealand

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The Press
Fire crews battle blaze at honey factory in North Canterbury
The Press
Three Fire Service crews were called to the New Zealand Natural Honey factory in Okuku northwest of Christchurch, shortly after 1pm on Tuesday. Hives full of bees are burning in a North Canterbury honey factory blaze.. Three Fire Service crews were ...
Video: Shed containing honey equipment goes up in flamesTVNZ
Fire at honey factoryOtago Daily Times

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Stuff.co.nz
Hairdresser councillor let confidential information slip as he snipped
Stuff.co.nz
A hairdressing councillor landed himself in hot water for discussing confidential council information about potential chief executives while giving people haircuts. Earlier this month, Stratford District councillor Graham Kelly, who owns hairdressing ...

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Newshub
Alfred Ngaro refuses to apologise for claims media manufactured housing crisis
Newshub
Associate Housing Minister Aflred Ngaro has refused to provide examples of how the media had manufactured the housing crisis, or to apologise for the claim. The Minister made the comments in a previous speech to a National party conference, but Mr ...