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  • 23 Jul at 08:41

    More snow on the Rimutaka Hills - the road remains open but motorists urged to be cautious

  • 23 Jul at 08:30

    Christchurch woman didn't want her son to attend religious classes at a state-run primary school - says he was made to wash dishes instead

  • 23 Jul at 08:02

    Israel's Transport Minister says it's an over-reaction - airlines are avoiding Tel Aviv Airport after a rocket fired from Gaza landed nearby

  • 23 Jul at 08:02

    Fire service to investigate a blaze at a Silver Fern Farms meat processing plant in Hastings - understood to have started in the boiler room

  • 23 Jul at 07:41

    Scammers targeting elderly Invercargill residents, knocking doors and posing as council survey contractors - one even had Council pamphlets

  • 23 Jul at 07:39

    Shotputter @ValerieAdams84 will carry NZ flag at the opening ceremony in Glasgow: "I'm really humbled and honoured by this opportunity"

  • 23 Jul at 07:07

    Shotputter Valerie Adams named flag bearer "I'm really proud to be a kiwi - I'm looking forward to leading you guys tomorrow" #makingusproud #NZ2014

  • 23 Jul at 07:04

    North Shore & Waitakere Hospitals bursting with a high number of patients with respiratory illnesses - admissions up 20% on time last year

  • 23 Jul at 07:02

    Springboks speedster Bryan Habana will line up for the South African sevens team in Glasgow after being granted a release by Toulon

  • 23 Jul at 07:00

    Shot putter Valerie Adams has been named as New Zealand's flagbearer for the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland

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