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  • 18 Apr at 16:26

    An avalanche has swept down Mt Everest. The Nepal Mountaineering Association says several climbers are believed to have been buried.

  • 18 Apr at 15:17

    Kiwi Tim Wilkinson's 4 shots off the pace after the opening round of the PGA tournament in South Carolina - tied for 20th on 1-under.

  • 18 Apr at 15:14

    The West Coast is bracing for another bout of heavy rain, as more than 4,000 homes remain without power. In Greymouth 60 houses lost roofs

  • 18 Apr at 14:26

    The V8 Supercars have scrapped their controversial restarts, returning to the format they used last year.

  • 18 Apr at 14:23

    The death toll from the capsized South Korean ferry has risen to 25. The 3rd officer, not the captain, was at the helm at the time.

  • 18 Apr at 14:10

    Napier police are investigating the discovery of a body in a waterway. A mobility scooter was found nearby on Latham Street.

  • 18 Apr at 13:50

    The Blues will be without Ma'a Nonu for the Hurricanes clash tonight. The All Black is not being risked due to a calf strain.

  • 18 Apr at 13:34

    Northern and Eastern parts of the South Island are preparing for another onslaught of heavy rain this afternoon. Up to 200mm of rain is expected.

  • 18 Apr at 11:36

    The 'Ka mate, Ka mate' haka made famous by the All Blacks now legally belongs to iwi Ngati Toa.

  • 18 Apr at 11:23

    Politicians in Japan have moved to effectively reject a decision by the International Court of Justice to ban whaling.

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