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  • 23 Oct at 23:18

    Jonathan Dixon, the Queenstown bouncer behind the 'Tindallgate' incident during the Rugby World Cup has won an appeal to the Supreme Court.

  • 23 Oct at 22:15

    Auckland International Airport says it's likely to deliver underlying net profit of between 160 and $170-MILLION dollars this financial year

  • 23 Oct at 21:07

    A Wellington woman accused of destroying a Buddha statue in Cambodia says she's not worried by news authorities could be laying charges.

  • 23 Oct at 20:09

    A fire that blazed through several properties near Christchurch this afternoon has now been brought under control.

  • 23 Oct at 19:09

    It's been revealed a Northland man is one of three accused or charged with sex offences who have worked for Hone Harawira, paid for by the taxpayer.

  • 23 Oct at 17:41

    Kaitaia lodge owner Michael Harris, accused of drugging, indecently assaulting, and filming male guests, has been granted bail in court today.

  • 23 Oct at 17:39

    The man who suffered a violent death in west Auckland on Tuesday night has been named as 51-year-old Brett Fraser.

  • 23 Oct at 17:20

    MFAT has been told to urgently investigate how a media briefing for the Prime Minister came to be sent to a press gallery journalist.

  • 23 Oct at 16:21

    Jesse Ryder has smashed 136 runs off just 57 balls, including 18 fours and eight sixes, for Otago against Ireland.

  • 23 Oct at 16:20

    Auckland's iconic giant Santa has been saved after officials announced he was getting the sack this year.

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