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Christchurch terror attacks: What you need to know as the inquest resumes

The Christchurch mosque attack inquest will focus on why emergency doors didn't open.

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Weather: Heavy rain, thunderstorms for parts of North Island

There are heavy rain watches for Northland, Gisborne and Hawke's Bay, with the likelihood of more areas being affected.

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Defence Force Hercules awaits French approval before heading to New Caledonia

They cannot leave until the airport has reopened and the roads are safe to use.

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Woman missing from Ōtāhuhu found

The 25-year-old, who had been missing since 9 May, has been found "safe and well", police say.

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Burnout recovery: 'We don't really know how to rest', specialist says

When recovering from burnout it helps to prioritise doing whatever restores your spirit, says clinical fatigue specialist and "really skilful worrier" Vincent Deary.

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Simon Bridges’ speeding offence considered before appointment as NZTA chairman: ‘I learned a valuable lesson’

Documents reveal the former National leader copped a hefty 35 demerit points.

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Check before you tap: Consumer warning over PayWave surcharges

Contactless payments have taken off in recent years, but with convenience, there is always a cost.

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Going Going Gone: Tribute to Sid Going - Willie Jackson

Willie Jackson pays tribute to one of our greatest Māori All Blacks.

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A rising star from Aotearoa: Māori graduate’s path to opera

You may know Te Ohorere Williams' operatic voice from the Dawn Service in Auckland.

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Iwi Leaders Group united against Oranga Tamariki scrapping Treaty obligations

Karen Chhour's Amendment Bill was introduced to Parliament this week.

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Christchurch terror attacks: What you need to know as the inquest resumes

A two-week hearing will examine aspects of the terror attack that killed 51 people. Here are all the details.

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Section of historical Napier to Gisborne railway line to be removed to keep road to Mahia open

A railway line in northern Hawke's Bay is being removed to move the eroding road over.

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Pacific leaders concerned over RSE exodus

The Detail - Does New Zealand have a responsibility to address a problem created by snapping up seasonal workers from the Pacific?

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Motorist who witnessed car swerve off rural Auckland road claims he was verbally abused for calling police

The witness said the driver basically 'flew into the ditch'.

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Huge number of pound dogs euthanised as owners battle cost of living

Council says surrenders are up: 'Owners can’t afford to keep them or simply don’t care.'

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Northland’s Aroha Island enters lease with former kaitiaki

Ngā Kaitiaki o Motu Aroha Charitable Trust has been established to help the island thrive.

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Cancer is increasingly survivable - but it shouldn't depend on your ability to 'wrangle' the health system - Australasian academics

The last thing we need when faced with the possibility of cancer is to have to push for diagnosis and care. Yet it's a common experience.

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Fears Queenstown's homeless problem is about to snowball

The town may see an influx of hundreds of people sleeping in tents this winter, advocates warn.

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'I've always wanted to be a solo artist' - Naked and Famous star

The artist who first found fame as one half of the hit-making Auckland indie electronic band The Naked and Famous is back with his debut solo LP.

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More people - especially men - should be moisturising, for wider health benefits - chemist

Can moisturisers contribute to keeping us healthy? Doctor of medicinal chemistry Michelle Wong says there's growing evidence they can.

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Backlash as UK supermarket trials sale of New Zealand lamb

A UK grocery chain has received a backlash from angry farmers as it trials the sale of New Zealand lamb instead of 100 percent British lamb in 39 of its stores.

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Unexplained death near Queens Park in Invercargill

The body of a man has been found near the corner of Sydney Street and St Andrew Street in Invercargill.

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Police use images from number plate recognition cameras for variety of purposes

Police mostly used the AI-driven tech to corroborate existing evidence, place vehicles at times and locations for an investigation, and as supporting evidence in criminal cases.

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Baby Reindeer: How are we still talking about it?

Nearly 60 million people have watched Netflix show Baby Reindeer. Culture 101's Perlina Lau looks at why we're captivated by the story - and the aftermath.

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Finding joy in the rubble of Chernobyl

The meltdown at the Chernobyl power plant is the stuff of legend. But Raúl Ortega Ayala isn't as interested in the disaster as he is in what's left behind.

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Rule change to protect powerlines from being hit by trees

Energy Minister Simeon Brown wants a 'clear to the sky' zone to prevent vegetation hanging over lines.

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