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  • 27 Jan at 22:13

    Labour MP Kelvin Davis says a proposal by iwi leader David Rankin to ban burqas at Waitangi next week is offensive and incites hatred.

  • 27 Jan at 20:30

    A body, thought to be Gisborne surfer John Wakelin, has been found close to shore in the surf off Wainui Beach this afternoon.

  • 27 Jan at 20:08

    Local iwi have placed a rahui on the lower Whanganui River following the discovery of a body by a member of the public this morning.

  • 27 Jan at 19:11

    Conservation group Sea Shepherd plans to build a new ship after winning more than 12 million dollars in the Dutch Postcode Lottery.

  • 27 Jan at 17:37

    John Key is set to reveal how many Housing NZ properties will be sold off tomorrow as he delivers his State of the Nation address in Auckland.

  • 27 Jan at 17:33

    The Prime Minister's given the clearest indication yet that New Zealand will take part in military action against Islamic State militants in Syria and

  • 27 Jan at 16:41

    Victory in court for a group of frustrated Invercargill residents at war with their neighbourhood cat lady, Averil Gardiner.

  • 27 Jan at 16:38

    The body of a man recovered from the Waikato River in Hamilton this morning has been identified as that of a missing 23-year-old, Hepisipa Tupou.

  • 27 Jan at 16:27

    New York is in lock down, and around 7,000 flights have been cancelled, as a vicious winter storm batters America's east coast.

  • 27 Jan at 16:24

    Maria Sharapova has thrashed Canadian Eugenie Bouchard 6-3,6-2 and will play Ekatarina Makarova in the Australian Open semis.

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