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  • 28 Aug at 14:01

    Police appealing for information after large quantity of blood discovered behind Activate Church in Hamilton. Detectives pondering a serious assault.

  • 28 Aug at 14:00

    Warriors-bound hooker Issac Luke's facing at least two weeks on the sideline after being charged for last night's shoulder hit.

  • 28 Aug at 13:59

    Teenagers who identify as "goths" are three times more likely to suffer from depression, according to a new study

  • 28 Aug at 13:58

    Aussie rockers Cold Chisel are returning to New Zealand for two gigs for December, including their first in the South Island since 1983.

  • 28 Aug at 13:57

    Hastings named as the most beautiful city in the country according to the Keep New Zealand Beautiful awards. Won 3 titles, including best toilet.

  • 28 Aug at 12:12

    Corrections has approved an application from journalist Michael White to interview Scott Watson in prison.

  • 28 Aug at 12:11

    Police say it's lucky no one was killed in an Ashburton gang brawl involving baseball bats, an axe & golf clubs. 10 people were arrested.

  • 28 Aug at 11:27

    Kiwibank's had its strongest year yet, announcing an after tax profit of $132-million - with almost 90% of transactions via digital channels

  • 28 Aug at 11:26

    Vector expects to invest about $1.8-billion into Auckland's energy networks over the next decade, after a 2.8% gain in revenue this year.

  • 28 Aug at 10:05

    A warning today of more job cuts at New Zealand Post despite an underlying profit for the year of $128 million, almost all from Kiwibank.

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