Pew! Church's seats not stolen

Police initially called the supposed theft from the historic church "unusual".

7:51 PM  Hallelujah! The unGodly act that wasn't.

Deported students seek review

Indian students took sanctuary in an Auckland church in early February after fears of deportation sparked.

6:56 PM  They'll return to India but will go to the Ombudsman to review their case.

'Massive' illegal scallop haul

Two divers were caught with 565 scallops, 300 of which were undersized.

Pair face penalties after being caught with 565 scallops in Northland.

Guitar man's power salute to heroes

Tony Painting and his band The Power are paying homage to his British rock music heroes.

Blues rocker pays ultimate tribute to British music legends.

Award-winner hails from Red Beach

Mitchell and his team were responsible for scenes of the temple interior, King Louis' chase of Mowgli through the ...

Being named for a Hollywood award is a small dessert on top of a meal of work that took him top for Masaki Mitchell.

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Throw a BBQ, it's on the council

The grants cannot be used to purchase alcohol.

Aucklanders offered $200 grants to throw neighbourhood parties and events.

Solo show with four characters

Actor Jacob Dale is set to perform his own show with four entirely different characters.

Poison laid on rat-infested mountain

Pilot unhurt in plane crash

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Can't catch Kibblewhite

Red Beach's Thomas Kibblewhite competing in the Barrett Homes New Zealand Longboard and SUP Open.

Red Beach surfer Thomas Kibblewhite returned to the winners podium for the second straight national event.

Finding NZ's mini golf champ video

New Zealand mini golf champion Bobby Hart is gearing up for next month's New Zealand Minigolf Open.

Players lining up to take part in the inaugural New Zealand Minigolf Open with dreams of heading to World Championships.

Big season ahead for Kumeu

Kumeu (green and black) pack down in a scrum against North Shore in 2006.

Kumeu Rugby Club looking four a top four finish in their first season back.

Ridden thinks overseas players have raised bar

Southern United's Andrew Ridden in action in the Stirling Sports Premiership football competition.

Southern United's Andrew Ridden thinks that overseas players have improved the quality of the Stirling Sports Premiership.

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