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Tauranga by-election: Runner-up ex-mayor congratulates winner Mahé Drysdale

Tauranga's former mayor, Greg Brownless, has congratulated the winners of the city council election, in which he was runner-up.

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Multiple gunshots fired at house in Māngere, South Auckland

Police are working to establish whether the incident is gang-related.

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My Food Bag sesame seed products recalled

In an email to customers, the meal-kit service said 17 items from recent deliveries - including dressings, pastes and sauces - were being recalled, due to the possible presence of salmonella.

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From pup to pro: A working dog's journey

At seven months old, Miley is learning the basics of working sheep - including, like her namesake Miley Cyrus, using her voice.

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NZ Herald comments: The stories open for discussion today

Want to have your say on our stories? Here's how.

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Otago fire puts one in hospital

One person has been flown to hospital in a serious condition following a commercial building fire in Otago.

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Magnitude 4.1 quake hits southern Hawke's Bay

The moderate earthquake struck within 5km of Pōrangahau on Sunday morning.

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Auckland public transport fare caps rolled out

A public transport advocate believes they should be added to ferry, bus and train services around the country.

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Magnitude 4.1 quake hits Central Hawke’s Bay

Hawke's Bay has had a shaky start to the day.

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Police miss deadline to delete unlawfully gathered photos of young Māori

Police must now use more controls to access the non-compliant photos.

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Bus passengers asked to choose between the sound of music, or the sound of silence

Some like hearing the driver's music, while others believe headphones are a must, creating "difficult situations".

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Police miss deadline to delete unlawfully gathered photos of young Māori

They have so many photos scattered about so widely, police need a new plan to deal with them.

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Sailing: Hawke’s Bay teens to train under Russell Coutts ahead of youth skiff world champs

From Napier shorelines to the lakes of Italy, under the tutelage of NZ yachting royalty.

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Waikato vintage tractor enthusiast’s three-generation, 10-year restoration project

Derek Holm received his restoration tractor for his 40th birthday.

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Rod Emmerson’s cartoons: Week of July 15 - 21

Rod Emmerson's take on the week.

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Fire and Emergency wants annual home levy to rise $40 to cover operating costs

If levies aren't hiked, the organisation says it will be out of cash reserves by 2026-27.

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Cannabis advocate Brian Borland tells jury to find him guilty

Brian Borland says he grew cannabis in defiance of an unjust law - and he wants to go to jail for it.

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State Highway 1 at Brynderwyn Hills open again after slip

A temporary 30km/h speed limit is in place and crews are monitoring the area for any more ground movement.

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Former Wellington Mayor Dame Kerry Prendergast fights $40 parking ticket due to ‘ambiguous’ signage

Dame Kerry Prendergast says there are no signs indicating someone can't park where she did.

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Aged care facility proposes cutting 400 hrs/wk from roster

More than 400 hours a week are proposed to be cut from care workers, nurses and activity coordinators at aged care provider Arvida's Wellington Village at the Park facility.

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‘Amazing Grace’: A listeria infection, locked-in syndrome and a miracle recovery

Her family was told she might die after a listeria infection left her with brain abscesses, but after a miracle recovery, Grace Archer is learning to walk again.

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Two teens to appear in Napier Youth Court after night-long crime spree

Two teenagers have been arrested, accused of stealing eight vehicles, and committing a burglary and an aggravated robbery.

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CrowdStrike glitch: All systems should be up and running by end of day, Mitchell says

Emergency Management Minister Mark Mitchell says the CrowdStrike outage has had a limited impact on the health system and many of the services are now coming back online.

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Govt agencies slow to take up facial recognition contract

A deal to allow public agencies to more easily use facial recognition technology has had zero uptake.

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CrowdStrike outage: Acting PM David Seymour has 'overwhelming expectation' NZ systems back up and running soon

New Zealand appears to have avoided the worst of the global CrowdStrike IT glitch, says Acting Prime Minister David Seymour.

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