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  • 22 Oct at 15:27

    The Prime Minister's come under pressure in the House this afternoon as opposition parties quizzed him about the Dirty Politics saga.

  • 22 Oct at 15:26

    Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully's refusing to comment on speculation former diplomat Muhammad Rizalman will be extradicted on Saturday.

  • 22 Oct at 14:50

    Two experienced climbers stranded on the North Buttress of Mt Tasman because of avalanche risk have been rescued

  • 22 Oct at 14:43

    Auckland Police stopped a man without legs from driving by using a shortened walking stick to operate the accelerator and brake pedals.

  • 22 Oct at 14:36

    Auckland woman, 23, is charged with using fundraising site 'Givealittle' for an alleged fraud of $15,000 scammed for fake cancer treatment

  • 22 Oct at 14:35

    A passenger is dead and another man is seriously injured after a mobile library bus & a car collided on the outskirts of Tauranga about 9am

  • 22 Oct at 13:32

    Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee has died at the age of 93. He led the paper's Watergate coverage.

  • 22 Oct at 13:27

    A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after suffering burns to his arms and face while trying to light a bonfire near Christchurch.

  • 22 Oct at 13:19

    Christchurch's Mayor Lianne Dalziel has today officially unveiled a newly-restored central city landmark - the Jubilee Clock Tower

  • 22 Oct at 13:18

    New Zealand's population has grown at its fastest rate in more than a decade

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