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Winds over 100km an hour, thunderstorms forecast for Auckland, snow for the south

An orange strong wind warning with gusts of up to 120km/h has been issued for parts of Auckland and Great Barrier Island.

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Period products or food? Struggling families forced to choose

Charities are including period products in food parcels because there is a constant and growing demand as the cost-of-living bites.

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Enchanter trial ends, but verdict could take months

Five people aboard the Enchanter died in 2022 and the skipper, Lance Goodhew, has been on trial for breaches of safety law for the past three weeks.

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Investors may see biggest impact of Reserve Bank's lending limits

Explainer - One property economist says investors in particular may be underestimating what's coming.

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Five deaths in crash near Te Awamutu, Waikato

Police are working through what's described as a large scene after the "horrendous" head-on crash to understand what happened.

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Five dead in crash near Hamilton, SH3 closed in Ōhaupō, Waikato

Police collecting evidence from scene to understand reason behind tragic accident.

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Hamilton woman uses TikTok trick to fleece laundromat of coins

Tira Tipene will now pay back the $390 she stole at $20 per week.

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Zara’s Turkish Kebabs and Cafe employees left out of pocket for meal prep

Workers only paid for lunch and dinner service, not the hours worked in between.

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Department of Conservation has 'lost patience with the vendor' after Great Walks booking system crashes again

There were 11,000 people logged in waiting to book but the system crashed and was down for an hour.

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St John's Ambulance officers to take industrial action over stalled pay talks

The officers are "angry and down on morale" over a stalemate in their pay talks, according to their union.

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Anger after Assistant Speaker Maureen Pugh interrupts Whakatōhea rangatira during mihi

The incident happened during the third reading of the Whakatōhea Treaty settlement.

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Man impaled on fence in South Auckland

The man was being taken to hospital to get the fence removed from his body.

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NZTA announces more jobs on the line as part of cost-cutting

It comes as the Transport Agency says another 38 roles could go, taking RNZ's calculation of total public sector job losses to more than 5000.

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Karori murder victim Rau Tongia already dead when paramedics arrived

Paramedics said it was obvious Karori man Rau Tongia had been dead some time when they arrived.

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MPs’ ‘confusion’ causes select committee to favour scrapping news bargaining bill – minister

The minister responsible had to clarify what his position was on the bill.

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Thousands expected for historic hui and Kahungunu ki Heretaunga-led rally in Hawke’s Bay

The action coincides with a Te Pāti Māori protest, but organisers say it is separate.

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Sophia Crestani inquest: Locking flat doors 'clearly unsafe', tenant admits

A tenant at the flat where she died said they had "kinda had a thing", and that he did not want to believe it when first told of her death.

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James Parlane: Ex-Waipā councillor and colourful character dies in crash

Family grieve loss of larger-than-life character and lawyer.

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Auckland police officer charged with causing death of fleeing motorcyclist pleads not guilty

The Auckland officer has pleaded not guilty and will stand trial before a jury.

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Missing Sandringham man Ronny Okeke: Auckland police search properties

Ronny Okeke has been missing for 31 days now. 'His family deserve answers,' police say.

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Taranaki mattress murder trial: Leigh Beer allegedly set fire to his partner’s bed, walked away

The 21yo was alive but likely unconscious when her bedroom was engulfed in flames.

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Auckland Transport back-track on bus-only lanes welcomed by local businesses

Auckland Transport is back-tracking on Karangahape Road's bus-only lanes, opening them up to all traffic on weekends and weekday mornings.

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One in six post-cyclone recovery visa workers overstaying in New Zealand

More than 1200 people arrived to work in jobs connected to the recovery effort since last year's Cyclone Gabrielle and Auckland floods, on a fees-free visa.

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Great Walks booking system hits problems again

The department says the "poor experience" doesn't meet the public's expectations - or its own.

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Commuter ferry could set sail in Tauranga

A ferry service between Mount Maunganui and Tauranga could be on the way in 2025.

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Christchurch terror attacks: Survivor believes emergency door failure didn't add to deaths

A volunteer at Al Noor Mosque told the inquest if the door did open, the terrorist would have simply killed more people outside.

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How to feed your whānau for $40 per person a week

Want to spend less on food? Meal planning whiz Jordan Hammond shows how.

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