Leaders want witch doctors outed

Indian Community leaders Thakur Ranjit Singh and Pratima Nand speak at the meeting.

Indian leaders call themselves "Sadhu busters" in a bid to drive witch doctors out of the country.

Protest against private prisons

Protestors outside Mt Eden prison.

Protestors have rallied outside Mt Eden prison calling for private operator Serco to go.

Ride-by for Connor video

Millie Elder-Holmes at the Head Hunters headquarters in Auckland for the memorial.

Hundreds turn out to help Millie Elder-Holmes remember her slain boyfriend, a year on.

Auckland councillors' pay rises

Auckland Mayor Len Brown's salary is increasing to $265,500.

Auckland's elected officials must accept a 2.3 per cent pay rise whether they like it or not.

A different way to see video

Having gone blind in later life, Elaine Waters has had to learn to see differently.

Almost 170,000 Kiwis have some form of vision loss. All of them see the world differently.

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Winston to boost NZ First, or resign

Winston Peters at a meeting in Rotorua.

Winston Peters vows to quit if NZ First doesn't triple in size. Sort of.

Pick up new skills for free at Artworks

Sign up for self improvement at a series of free workshops this August.

Man with 'faded' face scars sought

Duncan Garner: Keep evil in prison

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Umaga names five Steelers debutants

Jared Page scored 33 points in his Counties Manukau debut against Thames Valley last year.

Five players will make their Counties Manukau debuts in the side's first pre-season hit out of the year against Taranaki in Otorohanga on Saturday.

Olympian too sick for committee

Sir John Walker steps down from Auckland Council committee, but will continue on council.

Young runners unbeaten

Two young athletes have blitzed their cross-country competition

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