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  • 26 Nov at 21:24

    A man is missing after the boat he was on with 4 others, sank on Lake Rotorua just before six this evening, the search will resume tomorrow.

  • 26 Nov at 20:46

    Police are appealing for witnesses to an alleged assault involving a man and a young woman in Picton this afternoon.

  • 26 Nov at 19:07

    High speed internet is coming to Dunedin after the town won a competition to receive one gigabit per second for the next three years.

  • 26 Nov at 17:23

    A woman involved in a high speed police chase this week and suspected of smuggling drugs into Christchurch has been discharged from hospital.

  • 26 Nov at 16:27

    Police are hunting for Mongrel Mob member Shannon Watene who is wanted in connection with a violent stand-off in Hamilton.

  • 26 Nov at 16:26

    Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes remains in a critical condition after suffering a head-knock from a bouncer during play at the SCG.

  • 26 Nov at 16:19

    Spark is being warned by Communications Minister Amy Adams not to hike the bills of around 20,000 customers.

  • 26 Nov at 16:17

    Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot dead an unarmed black teenager in the US, says he would have fired at the man, regardless of race.

  • 26 Nov at 16:16

    The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security is considering what to do over the early release of information from a controversial report.

  • 26 Nov at 15:49

    New Zealand's top diplomat John Allen is to step down from his job after a controversial spell at the helm of MFAT.

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