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Man involved in incident that saw Taupō schools in lockdown remains at large

Schools in the Taupō suburb of Hilltop have been placed into lockdown.

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Residents say south Auckland solar farm will ruin 'rural outlook'

The solar farm could power 2400 houses once built. But residents in the quiet rural area are devastated it's going ahead without public consultation.

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Taupō schools out of lockdown

Several schools had locked down this afternoon, but police are still trying to find a "person of interest".

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Family of former Green MP Fa’anānā Efeso Collins thank public for love and support in difficult time

The politician collapsed yesterday after taking part in a charity event in Auckland.

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Witnesses sought after suspicious house fire in Waikaia

The house on Elswick Street sustained extensive damage in the fire on Wednesday.

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Selwyn crash: One dead after two-vehicle collision on State Highway 77 in rural Canterbury

A stretch of State Highway 77 remains closed after the two-vehicle smash.

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Why are many of Christchurch's quake-damaged buildings still not sorted?

Authorities could have taken enforcement action against owners much earlier and possibly blocked development in the suburbs, a researcher says.

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Auckland trains 'not reliable': Commuters 'tired', 'late for work' demand better

Frustrating, unreliable and annoying is how Auckland commuters are describing the city's train services.

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One dead in SH77 crash, Selwyn

The road is expected to remain closed for several hours.

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Calling all Far North perfomers to show off their talents

After a six-year hiatus, Far North's Got Talent will provide a stage for budding entertainers to strut their stuff.

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Electric Avenue: Inside New Zealand’s biggest one-day music festival

'We just love being able to put on a great party', Electric Avenue organiser says.

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KiwiRail says Auckland rail network signal failures caused by IT staffer conducting unsanctioned work

Revelation comes as a public transport advocate calls for immediate Government action.

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Attacker bashes relative in head with cricket bat, causing permanent eyesight disability

The victim has permanently damaged eyesight after being bashed with a bat in a carpark.

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Blink-182 cancel Christchurch show two weeks out

US band Blink-182 have cancelled their upcoming Christchurch show, just two weeks ahead of the event taking place.

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Health group lodges complaint over failure to receive information about smokefree law repeal

A health group has lodged a complaint with the ombudsman, after failing to receive information about the repeal of the smokefree law.

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Rotorua Lakes Council closes two community halls after building inspections

'I beg for you not to condemn our building.'

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'Complete closure' for some Northland businesses during State Highway 1 Brynderwyn Hill repairs

Northland businesses are facing more than two months of disruption as repair work is carried out on a crucial link damaged by Cyclone Gabrielle.

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Taranaki township’s historic pool’s history brought to life in new book

Harry Wood loved swimming, and often mentioned going swimming in letters to his family.

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The Great Tourism Reset or more of the same underinvestment? How Government wants sector to boost economy

New minister Matt Doocey wants tourism to boost the economy - but maybe without Govt help?

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Realtor Janet Dickson facing five-year ban for refusing Māori values course

The one-and-a-half-hour course was compulsory for all real estate agents in 2023.

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Rat found on supposedly pest-free Ulva Island

The discovery has triggered an incursion response after a rat was found dead in a trap in one of country's few pest-free, open air sanctuaries.

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Covid-19 testing in a time of subvariant soup: What you need to know

Explainer - With all these new Covid variants, how are the old tests holding up? And what's the point of testing now, anyway?

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Skodas used by police recalled over fire risk concerns

The Skoda Superb, recently adopted by police, has been hit with a nationwide recall notice over an issue that can lead to heightened fire risk.

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Man arrested over attack on jogger at Ōtara Creek Reserve faces further charges

The man charged with indecent assault after an attack in a South Auckland park is now facing more charges related to another incident last year.

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Contaminated fuel from BP Ōtaki Connect petrol station leaves drivers fuming

Motorists are complaining about their cars "rattling", breaking down and dropping to low power after filling up.

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Dunedin teacher who stabbed partner to death sentenced to life in prison

Dunedin teacher Carole Coade has been named and sentenced to a minimum of 11 years behind bars.

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Plastics recycling was a green-washing lie all along - report author

The US-based Center for Climate Integrity found the majority of plastics cannot and never will be recycled.

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Helen Meads’ callous murderer husband released on parole to $3.1 million beachside mansion

The Matamata horse breeder who shot his wife dead after she told him she wanted to end their marriage has been released on parole to a $3.1 million "luxury" beachfront property.

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