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Community spirit seen in kai

wesley students

Students at Wesley Intermediate received a gift they could really sink their teeth into - a meal.

Homicide victim a 'typical Westie'

tapeST Brett Fraser, 51, was found unconscious at a warehouse-apartment in Auckland.

One dead in Akld crash

Police Man dies after car driven by a teenage relative crosses centre line and collides with a truck.

Labour weekend traffic easing

Traffic is backed up on the off ramp to the North Western Motorway in Auckland. Congestion eases on major routes out of Auckland and Wellington ahead of Labour weekend.

MacGyver star in Auckland

The man who made the Swiss Army knife popular is in Auckland to meet generations of McGyver fans.

Bugs' woes inspire jeweller

Marie Erl An Auckland jeweller is using her craft to draw attention to the plight of pollinator insects worldwide.

'Don't flinch, you'll be all right'

The Korean Navy were treated to a rousing haka when they visited marae where NZ Navy become "warriors of the sea".

Road opened after house fire

Launch sends distress call


Mt Roskill new kings of chess

Students from Mt Roskill Intermediate knocked out the competition at the Chess Power National Interschool Competition.

Japan gets nod for Super team

Japan rugby Sanzar has confirmed Japan as its "preferred location" for an 18th Super Rugby team from 2016.

Ryder return is complex

The long pause and exhalation said it all when NZ captain Brendon McCullum was asked about Jesse Ryder's return.

Australia will respect the haka

Wallabies seek coaching adviser

Martin Guptill

Proteas power home again

NZ's second-string top order again weren't up to it as the tourists romped to a one-day series victory at Bay Oval.

What? No Shorty?

There was alarm and disbelief at the absence of Shortland Street on TV screens tonight, but fans need not panic.

Jim Hickey hangs up his umbrella

As weathercaster Jim Hickey announces his retirement, a look at some of his best moments.

Breaking Bad actor scares fans

Galifianakis makes Pitt squirm

Miley's tongue 'not offensive'

An advert for Seven Sharp showing singer Miley Cyrus poking her tongue out has been ruled to be inoffensive.

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