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Weather: Severe thunderstorm warnings for parts of North Island, heavy rain drenching Auckland, campground flooded

MetService says severe thunderstorms are possible in multiple regions overnight.

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What should you do in an emergency situation overseas?

What happens if you're injured overseas, or if someone goes missing or even dies? We've broken it down for you.

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Te Whatu Ora's Māori data sovereignty tool not yet ready

The tool is needed as part of a five-year overhaul of out-of-date IT across public hospitals.

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Report reveals climate change risks in Kāpiti

It is recommended the district crafts an adaption plan to address challenges posed by the changing climate.

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Good News: Stories that cheered us up for the week 10-16 June

Braille for blind opera-lovers, a TikTok-famous Porirua hairdresser and a men's health month are among this week's feel-good stories from RNZ.

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Waikato Expressway crash: Police thank people who gave CPR to victim

Passersby desperately tried to save a person struck on SH1, but they died at the scene.

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Air NZ flight to Japan to be diverted to collect delegation on trade trip, as Defence Force plane breaks down

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's meeting with Japanese counterpart unaffected.

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Three hit with car in Auckland 'mass disorder' incident

A 24-year-old man was arrested after the incident in Ponsonby on Saturday night.

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Weather: Thunderstorm and heavy rain watches for North Island

Residents in the Wellington and Wairarapa regions are being warned to stay inside and away from windows due to heavy thunderstorms, MetService says.

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Police thank those who performed CPR after man fatally struck by vehicle on Waikato Expressway

Police are asking for dashcam footage of the incident near Hampton Downs.

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Kupa Koinaki busted for part in 120kg cocaine ship seizure

Kupa Koinaki didn't realise police had already taken the cocaine he was meant to collect.

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Missing Te Atatū woman Monica Reid ‘located deceased’, police say

The death is not being treated as suspicious.

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Auckland woman Monica Reid, who went missing on Friday, found dead

Monica Reid, a "much-loved friend, sister and aunty of a large family", went missing from her home two days ago.

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Winter dip draws a large crowd in Devonport

Devonport echoed with squeals and screams as swimmers took to the cold Waitematā water.

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Emergency services respond to West Auckland crash between car and motorcycle; person critically injured

Police advised motorists to avoid the area.

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Volunteers plant more than 500 buffer plants at South Taranaki's Pātea saltmarsh

Protecting the saltmarsh - a habitat to birds, fish and reptiles - is essential to maintaining biodiversity, advocates say.

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Cop counting: A day spent tracking police presence in Auckland's CBD

First Person - Downtown is often a pressure point for crime, with some residents and businesses saying they do not feel safe walking the streets. Luka Forman went to see for himself.

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Thunderstorms set to hit Bay of Plenty; drivers warned to take care

MetService has issued a weather watch.

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Serious crash between car and motorbike in Glendene

One lane of Great North Road in west Auckland is blocked, and drivers are being asked to avoid the area.

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Toitū Te Reo: Hawke’s Bay to host world-first Māori language festival; could it be NZ’s answer to Eisteddfod?

Thousands are expected to come to the region for the event.

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Herald afternoon quiz: June 16

Test your knowledge with the Herald's afternoon quiz.

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Pistols found in fatal Ponsonby shooting investigation

Police investigating a shooting on Auckland's Ponsonby Road last month have found two pistols in Taupō.

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Advisors urge annual literacy and numeracy tests, cursive handwriting lessons for students

Proponents say the curriculum updates could case a "step-change" for education, but will fail without good teacher training.

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Fishing rule changes welcomed by WWF

A conservation group says commercial fishing changes are a win for the protection of seabirds.

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Buses to cover every Auckland rail line in case of train failure

As rail workers' industrial action continues, buses will be running along all of Auckland's train routes on Sunday to cover any reliability problems.

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Family 'not coping' as Auckland woman goes missing

The family of 26-year-old Monica Reid "just want to see her again", her sister says.

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