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Political pundits deliver their first reckonings on the new government
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Jacinda Ardern is the new Prime Minister as Winston Peters announces a coalition government with the NZ Labour Party. Labour leader Jacinda Ardern will finalise the deal with NZ First and the Greens tomorrow, but New Zealand will officially have a new ...
UPDATE: NZ dollar drops near five-month lowScoop.co.nz (press release)
No more calls please, we have a winnerRadio New Zealand

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Child spent whole night in Starship Hospital ceiling
New Zealand Herald
A young child is safe after being brought down from the ceiling at Auckland's Starship Hospital. The patient "came down willingly" from the ceiling cavity at the hospital this morning, a spokeswoman said. In a statement to the Herald this afternoon the ...
Child trapped in ceiling at Starship Children's HospitalStuff.co.nz
Female prisoner getting treatment from Auckland Hospital escapesTVNZ
Parents of child who spent night in ceiling could sue StarshipNewstalk ZB
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Radio New Zealand
Lundy case: Crown rejects 'meat pie' theory
Radio New Zealand
The Crown has rejected a suggestion that tissue found in stains on Mark Lundy's shirt might have contained animal material from spilt food. Mark Lundy before the verdict. Mark Lundy before the verdict in 2015. Photo: RNZ / Sharon Lundy. The bodies of ...
Crown: Mark Lundy suffered 'no miscarriage of justice'New Zealand Herald
Mark Lundy's appeal judge explores possibility brain tissue came from a pieStuff.co.nz
Crown: Mark Lundy's defence keeps changing its tuneNewstalk ZB

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Waikato Times
How did he do it? Police hunt for 18-year-old who was handcuffed when cop car stolen on Tuesday
New Zealand Herald
Police are seeking 18-year-old Maaki Emery in relation to an incident in Murupara on Tuesday evening where he is alleged to have stolen a police car. Photo / File. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this ...
Wanted Murupara teen namedStuff.co.nz
Shots fired in Bay of Plenty police chaseNZCity

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Waimea dam public consultation plan gets green light from Tasman District Council
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The public will now get its say on the $82.5 million proposal to build a dam in the Lee Valley, near Nelson. After a lengthy discussion on Thursday about the project behind closed doors and then in an open meeting, Tasman district councillors voted ...

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Four injured, trapped people cut free in Athenree Gorge crash on SH2
New Zealand Herald
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash at the intersection of SH2 and Athenree Road. Photo/ File. Bay of Plenty Times. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook. Share on ...

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Lancashire Telegraph
Two people arrested after cannabis farm is found
Lancashire Telegraph
TWO people have been arrested after police found a large hoard of cannabis in Nelson. The discovery was made after police executed a search warrant. Officers found what they describe as a 'large cannabis set-up'. The two people arrested will be ...
Arrest made in relation to supplying methamphetamineScoop.co.nz (press release) (blog)

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Independent Community Newspaper
Car crash knocks down traffic light, shuts road down to one lane
Independent Community Newspaper
Rush hour traffic in and out of New Plymouth has been significantly delayed after a car crashed into a traffic light north of the city. Emergency services were called to the crash which involved a single vehicle at he intersection of State Highway 3 ...

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Dog trials off to a good start at Hawke's Bay A&P Show in Hastings
New Zealand Herald
FOCUSED: Paddy Burke and Trace of Okawa competing in the dog trial competition at the Hawke's Bay Royal A&P Show yesterday. Photo / Duncan Brown. More than 160 dogs will take to the dog trials competition show course at the annual Hawke's Bay ...

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Māori Television
Ngāti Awa prepare for Te Kupenga commemorations
Māori Television
Ngāti Awa are preparing to commemorate the 152nd anniversary of the Te Kupenga battle which resulted in 'some 245,000 acres' of Ngāti Awa land being confiscated by the Crown. For the first time, the event will take place at the historic Te Kupenga a ...

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