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  • 29 May at 17:23

    NZF is making a bold statement in choosing to vote against Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency, and to support Jordan's Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein.

  • 29 May at 16:36

    Australian construction firms are being eyed by Housing Minister Nick Smith as a solution to Auckland's housing crisis.

  • 29 May at 16:34

    James Shaw, a front-runner in the Green Party leadership race, has already ruled out a confidence and supply deal with National.

  • 29 May at 16:17

    The Electoral Commission has referred the Act Party to the police for failing to disclose donations worth more than $30,000.

  • 29 May at 16:16

    NZ's two-man delegation to the FIFA Congress is still to make its mind up about whether to continue support for embattled president Sepp Blatter.

  • 29 May at 16:15

    Around 20 firefighters are battling a house fire on Auckland's North Shore. Appliances have arrived at the Palmerston Rd property in Birkenhead.

  • 29 May at 16:13

    Wynton Rufer, Oceania's Footballer of the Century, is backing Sepp Blatter ahead of tomorrow's FIFA presidency vote in Switzerland.

  • 29 May at 16:12

    Land set aside for a new high school in West Auckland will instead be turned into a housing development with around 200 dwellings.

  • 29 May at 15:33

    Apia Park, the venue for the historic All Blacks-Samoa test match in July, has been given the thumbs-up by New Zealand Rugby.

  • 29 May at 15:28

    Ruatoria is fighting to keep its last bank open. If Westpac decides to shut it, residents will have to drive 200 kilometres to the nearest bank.

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