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Vera Ellen wins 2024 Taite Music Prize

Wellington artist Vera Ellen has won the prestigious Taite Music Prize for 2024.

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Child exploitation cases will increase by thousands every year if no action taken - expert

It comes as police urge parents and young people to stay safe online amongst a continued rise in child exploitation.

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'We can't forget those people': Public sector job cuts not just impacting Wellington

At least 400 of the thousands of jobs on the line so far are outside Wellington, according to the Public Service Association.

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RSA clubs need to 'reorient', make veterans the priority - chairperson

Martyn Dunne says many RSAs are "highly successful" but have not been looking after the veterans.

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Building begins on NZ's largest solar farm in Canterbury

Construction has begun on a $104 million solar farm on the Canterbury Plains, with power set to start flowing by the end of this year.

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Armed police in Christchurch find ‘item of concern’ while executing search warrant

Neighbour says he was evacuated from his home after "device" was found.

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Live: New Zealand's best music honoured at Taite Music Awards

Tonight is the Taite Music Awards, honouring the best in NZ music and the best album of the year. Follow along with RNZ's live coverage.

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Parents of Hawke’s Bay tot Ivy Collins swept away in Cyclone Gabrielle call for accountability amid Government inquiry

'Someone just had to push a button once and we would still have our baby girl'

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Proposed 21.4% rates rise hardest issue for problem-ridden Gore council

Councillors spent Tuesday going through a list of what it could cut to get the rates rise down from an initial 40 percent increase.

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Elation tinged with concern after sighting of great spotted kiwi in Golden Bay

A conservation worker reviewing camera footage for feral pigs did a "triple take" when the bird appeared on his screen.

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Happy Birthday! The Waitangi Tribunal turns, 50 but there’s no cause to celebrate - John Tamihere

The Waitangi Tribunal turns 50 - happy birthday to you.

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Terrance Kiro sentenced for the manslaughter of Kaikohe grandmother Linda Woods

A sexually motivated burglary which ended in a fatal struggle took the life of a much-loved mother, grandmother, sister and auntie, a court has heard.

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Flooding victims agree changes to emergency management needed

An inquiry into the response to last year's catastrophic storms shows the government must move quickly to save lives and prevent further devastation, those affected say.

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Bankwood School dental trailer theft: X-ray machines, laptops, drills, medication stolen in Hamilton

Police believe the dentist was plundered between April 8 and 10, and are asking for info.

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Hope Project could recall just one-fifth of 1.4 million copies of Pat Mohi’s digitally replaced head

Mohi was startled by the altered photo in the pamphlet.

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Pharmac proposes to fund new blood cancer multiple myeloma drug pomalidomide

Overall, more than 800 patients would benefit, Pharmac said.

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'Life and death situation': Man with cancer had surgery cancelled last minute

Graeme was marked up and sitting in a hospital gown, ready for his cancer operation when he was told his surgery had been cancelled.

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Tokoroa rest home, nurses told to apologise to whānau for failures in care

The man had a fall inside the rest home and died two weeks later.

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Port of Auckland plans to sell two wharf sites to council

It also wants seek fast-track approval for two projects.

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PFAS research shows drinking water at 20 sites mostly clear of 'forever' chemicals

The tests of tap, bore and lake water are mostly in urban areas north of Taupō and three in the South Island.

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Treaty of Waitangi: Call for input from 'variety of voices' for revamped exhibition at Te Papa

The removed panel will be stored by the museum, and no decision has been made about its future.

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Head Hunter’s Mercedes-Benz G Wagon seized, Muriwai Beach incidents lead to nine other vehicles being uplifted

The gang member was charged with four driving offences for two incidents on Muriwai Beach.

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'We've got to get bigger' - huge NZ Post processing centre opens

The state-of-the-art facility opens this week, and it'll make it faster to deliver and track your online shopping.

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Court of Appeal rejects Kiribati national’s latest bid to avoid deportation

The Kiribati national arrived in New Zealand in 2008. Two years later, he raped a woman.

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WoolWorks: Flood-hit wool scourer factory re-opens in Awatoto, near Napier after Cyclone Gabrielle

Seventy sparkies helped get the factory re-opened at the height of the rebuild.

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Youth armed with knife among arrests after teens attacked on bus

One of the girls allegedly attacked by a group of six was left with a broken nose and the other was bruised.

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Family of teen Zara Mitchell, killed in crash, express forgiveness for killer

Adam Rapson's driving resulted in Zara Mitchell's death. One of her sisters says instead of resenting him, she's grown to respect and forgive him.

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Woman found dead in Wellington harbour formally identified

The woman found dead in in the water off Māhina Bay was a 60-year-old Hutt Valley woman who had recently been living in Levin.

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