Pelting workshops revive Maori tradition

Raewyn Ormsby-Rihari with artwork made from feathers and Tiwai Rawiri with a pukeko pelt.

7 min ago  Maori weavers in Kerikeri have partnered with DOC to teach others to pelt birds to use their feathers.

Smash palace - home owner wants action

The latest car to come off the road was on February 17. The car was written off and tore down a three-week old fence.

19 min ago  "It seems like they're playing roulette" - home owner frustrated by council inaction over a dangerous, crash-prone corner.

Auckland Transport crosses the line

This Auckland Transport car breaks the road rules by parking on a broken yellow line.

2:35 PM  An Auckland Transport car has been snapped parking on a yellow line. So who pays the $60 fine?

'These are not normal people'

The boarding house has a two-story dwelling hidden behind.

2:31 PM  Tenants of a west Auckland boarding house have residents on the street living in fear.

Drugs, drugs and more drugs video

Childrens toys feature highly as preferred method of smuggling drugs across New Zealand's borders.

2:31 PM  Last year Customs netted a record haul of illegal drugs at the border, including those hidden in a Rubik's cube.

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Northland drought lingers

Northland's drought stricken cows  have needed supplement feed such as palm kernel much earlier than normal in the season.

2:10 PM  The grass may look greener, but Northland farmers are not yet out of the woods in terms of the current drought.

Riverhead roads 'pretty poor'

2:08 PM  Are Riverhead's roads up to the increased traffic?

One dead, one rescued video

Double-deckers roll into suburbs

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

Mike Pasco shows us the WASZP up close.

The world's first flying boat - which allows people to sail out of the water and reach speeds twice as fast as the wind - has arrived.

Most successful annual tournament

Senior player and Club Coach Pixie Jones in action.

Croquet players enjoy another successful tournament in Orewa.

Suburbs set up spectacular finale

Andre de Jong of Canterbury United Dragons challenges Ross Haviland of Eastern Suburbs in the Stirling Sports Premiership.

With just one game left to play, it's do or die for Eastern Suburbs.

Auckland's red cards 'out of character'

Referee Chris Kerr shows Auckland City's Fabrizio Tavano a red card.

Auckland City had an unlikely supporter after receiving three red cards on Sunday.

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