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'Insult to voters': Media Freedom boss pans Auckland mayor Wayne Brown's cherry-picking of journalists

Auckland mayor Wayne Brown has been called out over a “cack-handed” attempt to cherry-pick journalists who will give him "the easiest ride".

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Financial sector urged to phase out terms like 'credit' and 'debt arrears' '

Have you ever come across phrases you just don't understand?

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The Front Page: What’s behind the spike in crime?

Crime data crunched by the Herald team reveals the state of criminality across NZ.

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Family of missing woman invited into Parliament to speak with Justice Minister

Breanna Muriwai's family spoke with Kiri Allan after leading a mach to Parliament in protest at the lack of action in finding their loved ones.

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Imposter doctor Yuvaraj Krishnan appeals sentence after being jailed for forging documents

Last time Yuvaraj Krishnan was at the High Court he lied to a judge about being a qualified doctor. Now he's asking a judge to reduce his sentence.

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Dirt bikes: Rotorua principal and National MP hit out over ‘lawless’ behaviour

The community has had a gutsful and is frustrated about the illegal behaviour of dirt bike riders in Rotorua, a school principal says.

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5 of the best places to be in New Zealand in June

Head to Hawke's Bay for a winter food festival, or be among the first to hit the slopes in Queenstown.

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Marlborough to host One NZ Godzone adventure race

The region's "big mountains, wild rivers, endless forests and a stunning coastline" will feature in the gruelling challenge.

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‘Blown away’: Family injured in quad-bike incident grateful for community support

John McLean said in a statement the love and generosity from others 'means the world'.

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Napier 104-year-old celebrates birthday with inspiring hill walk: ‘You move it or you lose it’

In the cold dark, a man with two walking sticks pauses for a breather, then keeps going.

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Winter outlook: soggy start to season ahead of El Niño shift

More bouts of 'potentially high-impact' winter weather expected before El Niño's arrival.

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Multi-tasking driver under the pump sees shunt plunge into Picton harbour

New report finds operator was also working alone, when they should have been part of a two-person team.

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Charitable trust employee accused of stealing more than $1 million

The money was intended for social support services.

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Rugby Australia commits to Super Rugby commission, differences still with NZR

Rugby Australia chair Hamish McLennan tells Stuff that scale of the new body is a concern despite improvements in the trans-Tasman relationship.

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Lifejacket requirements could change in Marlborough if public calls for it

The region's navigation bylaw is going out for consultation, and the harbourmaster expects more changes will follow.

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Train wagon shunted into Picton Harbour cost $500,000 to recover

Nobody was injured in the incident, the report confirmed.

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Hundreds of homeowners to get voluntary buyout offers for cyclone-hit properties

Voluntary buyout offers by Government will be made to about 700 homeowners nationwide after their homes were badly damaged by this year's cyclones and flooding.

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Contaminated aviation fuel creating bad smell in Wellington no danger

The smell, caused by fuel being pumped back on to a tanker in Miramar, could last days but is not cause for concern, the regional council says.

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Large oil spill blocks roads in central Auckland

A large oil spill is blocking a central Auckland road and Auckland Transport said police were letting buses through, but delays and possible cancellations could be expected.

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IPCA rule police officer’s use of dog to bite man restrained by two other officers was unjustified

'It was not likely he was about to escape arrest' - IPCA.

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Kaitāia SCPA centre closes temporarily over health and safety issues

All animals have been taken to Kerikeri and Whangārei centres while an assessment is done.

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Hawke’s Bay councillors back staff as confusion over recovery bills continues

Perfect paperwork 'absurd' when staff are standing in rising rivers, they argue.

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Regulator takes action alleging Medical Assurance Society over-charged customers

FMA seeks High Court declaration MAS broke law with overcharging mistakes.

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Manslaughter charge laid over death of man who unknowingly drank meth concealed in beer

A man has been arrested and charged with manslaughter in relation to the death of a 21-year-old who unknowingly drank from a beer can containing liquid methamphetamine.

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'Rather large' oil spill blocks central Auckland traffic

Traffic is blocked from Symonds St to Mt Eden Rd due to the incident. Fire crews have stopped oil from entering the drain system.

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Newborn spinal muscular atrophy screening could save lives, says mum

Spinal muscular atrophy is a common genetic cause of death in babies without treatment.

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Tiny home company Amazing Spaces NZ goes into liquidation

"I am going to be paying this off for the rest of my life," says director, as his company folds, leaving customers $100k-plus out of pocket.

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Positive lines of inquiry as police hunt Timaru window smashers

More than 40 vehicles have been damaged in a spate of vandalism which has left Timaru residents carless and out of pocket while they await repairs.

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Truck rolls over on SH1, person in serious condition airlifted to hospital

A passing motorist says it looks like someone has dropped a "10-tonne concrete block" onto the truck's cab.

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One of Queenstown's best spots for a pie is hidden in plain sight

This humble bakery has one of the highest ratings on Tripadvisor and Google Reviews in Queenstown.

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RNZ announces presenters for new Sunday arts and culture show

The new format Sunday afternoon programme will launch in August and incorporate favourite existing segments such as 'At the Movies', says RNZ's Head of Radio David Allan.

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Symonds St roadblock: Large oil spill on Mt Eden Rd creates major delays

Only buses can go through the roadblock.

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Te Whatu Ora postpones decisions on fate of hundreds of jobs

Te Whatu Ora is delaying its decisions on a mass restructure involving about 1600 hundred jobs, the national health agency says.

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Meth-laced cans: Manslaughter charge after man died 'innocently drinking beer'

Police have arrested a man in relation to the death of a person who “innocently sat down for a beer after work”.

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Downlands water main fixed, residents in parts of South Canterbury still asked to conserve water

While an issue with a pipeline join on South Canterbury’s Downlands Water Supply has been repaired overnight and the scheme is running again, residents are still being asked to conserve water.

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Quiz: Take the three strikes trivia test for June 1, 2023

You get three chances to correctly rank the answers in today's question for June 1, 2023.

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'Screening at birth could save lives' says mother of child diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy

Spinal muscular atrophy is the most common genetic cause of death in babies without treatment - but it is not included in the newborn screening programme.

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South Auckland scrap metal fire put out, air quality 'a lot better'

A scrap metal fire in South Auckland that burned for more than a day has been extinguished.

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Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown unveils his plans to address budget hole

The Auckland mayor says he is going ahead with his mayoral budget, with a few changes made after listening to submissions.

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House prices dip again, but market may be close to bottoming out - Corelogic

House prices fell 0.7 percent in May according to CoreLogic but there was "confidence" the market was near the bottom of the cycle.

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Sims Pacific Metal blaze: Company boss promises full inquiry into Auckland fire

Sims Pacific Metal general manager says there will be a full inquiry into the massive fire at its site today but it's too early to discuss a cause or possible compensation.

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Mike and John Beckenridge: Psychologist says stepfather wanted to punish ex by taking son

He has been described as 'controlling, coercive and running out of options'.

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ChatGPT might doom us all, but it won't replace teachers - expert

An expert in AI says there is a place for tools like ChatGPT in marking students' work, but it is not a replacement for human teachers.

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Hawke's Bay councillors back staff as confusion over recovery bills continues

Councillors are supporting council staff for their decisive decision-making during the Cyclone Gabrielle, despite confusion over the bill being worsened by bad record keeping.

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Whakaari / White Island tragedy: Awards recognise rescuers' courage

The Governor-General has presented bravery awards to five helicopter pilots who flew into the eruption in 2019 to help rescue survivors.

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Exhausted Bromley residents target council over wastewater stench

Some Christchurch residents are reportedly at "breaking point" and battling mental health issues as the Bromley wastewater plant saga and smell lingers on.

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'A full circle moment' - Sir Ashley Bloomfield recalls father's MBE during investiture ceremony

The former director-general of health was knighted this morning by the governor-general in recognition of his service to public health during the Covid-19 pandemic for two-and-a-half years.

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Covid-19 data visualisations: NZ in numbers

Track the very latest Covid-19 data in New Zealand, with new charts on the current trends from RNZ data journalist Farah Hancock.

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