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Ngāti Raukawa iwi having the final say as their Treaty of Waitangi claim wraps up

Week 17 or hearings which began in 2020.

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$800m upgrade announced for lower North Island rail

The upgrades are expected to shave 15 minutes off the trip between Wellington and Masterton.

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Transport Minister Simeon Brown announces $802.9m investment on lower North Island rail project

The investment aims to fund 18 new trains which will run from 2028.

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Mystery milk bottles confound Alexandra residents

With local sleuths on the case, one asks: 'Are we delving into kind of a Midsomer Murders type territory, minus the murders?'

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Killer robot advisory group shut down at 'critical time'

A group advising the government about killer robots has been shut down due to a lack of resources.

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Waikato’s Matthew Cooper elected New Zealand Rugby president

The passionate former All Black is continuing to help the revolving wheel of NZ Rugby.

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The messages GenX women need to hear about their bodies

After being bombarded with diet and exercise messages for decades, it's no surprise that GenX women have terrible relationships with their bodies, says Niki Bezzant.

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Abuse in Care: calls for change, not just apology

While an apology is good, survivors of abuse in care are adamant they don't want anyone else to suffer.

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Why Electric Kiwi is closing to new customers - and why it matters

It's hard to see how it could continue doing business, a consumer advocate says, and more retailers may hit similar trouble.

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Abuse in care report: 'Cynicism' and 'a great deal of hope' for action after inquiry

Cooper Legal principal partner Sonja Cooper says there's hope the Abuse in Care report will not be left to collect dust.

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Forestry apprentice ‘living the dream after being a high school troublemaker

'I’m pretty proud of how far I’ve come,' forestry apprentice says.

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Whenua: ‘We used to live in a castle’ – Tainui on rebuilding an empire after losing almost everything

The Crown signed a settlement with Waikato-Tainui in 1995, valued at $170m.

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Abuse in Care Inquiry: Politicians respond to ‘harrowing’ Royal Commission report

The Prime Minister will deliver a formal apology on November 12.

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Prostate cancer: Tauranga man had no symptoms before diagnosis

'It is a serious business – there are people dying from it.'

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Latest Audiological Society figures show hearing loss in youths at all-time high

One in five young Kiwis are diagnosed with hearing issues.

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Grand Auckland homestead undergoes restoration

McNicol Homestead in Clevedon was once home to one of the original settlers to the district.

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The winner of the best bacon and ham in New Zealand has been crowned

If you're a pork eater, it's hard to fathom that bacon - and its cold-cut cousin ham - can be judged on a scale. Isn't it all a salty, fatty dream?

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Māori survivors of abuse in state care want transformative action now

Gary Gerbes suffered horrific abuse in the 1950s and passed away in May, one of many who did not live to see the acknowledgement or apology.

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Study comparing male and female brains could be breakthrough for mental health treatment

Deep within the brain, structures like the amygdala and the hippocampus differ - and they help with things like emotional regulation and learning.

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Rotorua doctors 'blind-sided' by directive to work at Taupō ED

Doctors at Rotorua Hospital's emergency department have lost faith that management will deal with critical staff shortages, which they say are putting community safety at risk.

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Calls for action follow Abuse in Care inquiry's final report

With the 3000-page final report now public, many of the responses have focused on a need for action - not words.

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Concerns motorists may disregard speed limit on Mackenzie Basin highway, site of multiple crashes

The temporary speed limit was introduced on Tuesday along a section of State Highway 8's Tekapo-Twizel highway for the remainder of the winter period.

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Migrants forced to 'spill their guts' to the media - Green Party

Migrants wronged by the system shouldn't have to go through media campaigns to be heard, the party says.

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Abuse in Care inquiry final report made public, commissioners call for reform and redress

The report found abuse was rife in state and faith-based care settings and the state failed to respond to signs of systemic abuse and neglect.

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