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Wild weather: Severe thunderstorm warnings for Auckland, Northland, Bay of Plenty, Wellington

MetService says severe thunderstorms are possible in multiple regions overnight.

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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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PM Christopher Luxon’s international travel plans waylaid after minor breakdown on NZDF 757 aircraft in Papua New Guinea

Luxon wants the Government and businesses to tap deep pools of capital in Japan.

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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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Police boat scours West Auckland waterway for missing Te Atatū woman Monica Reid

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 111.

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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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Weather: Thunderstorm and heavy rain watch for top of North Island

Severe thunderstorms and flash flooding could be on the way for Auckland, Northland, Great Barrier Island, Coromandel and the Bay of Plenty and Rotorua, MetService says.

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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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Police are frustrated with mental health call-outs – here’s how to reduce their involvement and improve support

OPINION: Police are hugely frustrated by the mental health service's chronic underfunding.

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Labour leader Chris Hipkins tells party faithful of hopes for a one-term National Government

Hipkins was speaking at Labour's regional conference in Wellington.

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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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Three hit with car in Auckland 'mass disorder' incident

A 24-year-old man was arrested at the scene.

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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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Man found dead at Bucklands Beach, Auckland

Emergency services were called to Musick Point at 5.35pm on Saturday

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Another shallow quake jolts Christchurch

Christchurch residents have been jolted by a shallow earthquake for the second time on Saturday.

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Body found in search for missing swimmer at Whanganui River

Police say they found the body this afternoon and the death is not believed to be suspicious

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Thousands of early Christchurch artefacts on display in NZ's first online archaeological museum

A 100-year-old Ballantynes sign, evidence of 19th-century fraud and tobacco pipes made of clay are among the treasures collected, catalogued and preserved.

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Name suppression for man charged with murder of baby Mustafa Ali

The 22-year-old man did not enter a plea and was granted interim name suppression.

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One dead after e-scooter crash in Christchurch

The person fell off a scooter when it collided with a pole and died at the scene.

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Former rugby star Matua Parkinson pleads guilty to on-selling firearms, faking burglary

Former international rugby star Matua Parkinson has admitted purchasing guns to on-sell to someone without a licence, faking a burglary and then making a false insurance claim.

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