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Kiwi confronts wild Canadian bear gallery

The black bear appeared to be undisturbed by human presence.

Suddenly face-to-face with a bear, an awe-struck Kiwi backed away slowly, camera poised.

Thunder, rain and hail pelt Auckland video

Hail in Wattle Downs left an impressive coating on one resident's deck.

The north has been walloped by heavy rain, wind and hail - and the odd rumble of thunder.

Alzheimer's sufferer found

72-year-old Minnie Holloway, who went missing on Friday evening, was found on Saturday morning.

A 72-year-old woman who went missing overnight in Auckland has been found safe and well.

Death at rowdy Auckland party

Police are investigating a suspected homicide after a party turned ugly on a "relatively quiet" Auckland street.

Police treating death of 25-year-old as suspicious after "noisy" party turned fatal in the early hours.


Piano man hits the road

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national portrait of Michael Houstoun
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Grit and determination are as necessary as a pair of hands if you want to be a soloist.

Books behind bars

Research shows study can "significantly reduce the risk of re-offending following release" according to Corrections.

Two inmates invite us into their world to show how study is transforming them.

Tory St's imaginary makeover

Wellington's takeaway coffee cups would be re-used in a unique way in this Victoria University student design.

Victoria University landscape architecture students reimagine quake-hit Wellington street.

Electric car runs on $10 a week video

Nathan Murrell says his Nissan Leaf is "dirt cheap" to run, and loves Wellington's hills.

Owner sings praises as electric vehicle numbers in Wellington double in a year.


The final running of the balls? video

The Cadbury Jaffa Race on Baldwin St.

Welcome to the annual, and potentially last, Cadbury Jaffa Race.

Saved by phone light

Chris Coory, of LandSAR, with the rescued group, from left, Melissa Bowley, Lauren Rees, Meg Pidegeon and Skyla Bowley, ...

"Another five seconds later we wouldn't have seen it," says rescue pilot.

PM hospital protest video

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PM rushed out side entrance of Dunedin Hospital after protesters stormed building.

Missing women, young girl found

Chris Coory, of LandSAR, with the rescued group, from left, Melissa Bowley, Lauren Rees, Meg Pidegeon and Skyla Bowley, ...

Light from phone screen helps helicopter find missing women and child in the early hours.


Sir Colin Meads 'very unwell'

Sir Colin Meads in Te Kuiti at the unveiling of his statue in June.

Rugby great is very ill, his wife says, but "holding his own".

Woman not dead following crash

The scene shortly after the car and trailer plunged into the river.

A person has died after a car and trailer plunged into the Waikato River at Cambridge. Traffic is gridlocked.

$4.6m for SH1B

Associate Minister of Transport Tim Macindoe, left, and NZ Transport Agency regional relationships director Parekawhia ...

Work to make the road  near Gordonton safer will start in September and be finished by early 2018.

Shops under siege

Police at the scene of a robbery on Rifle Range Dairy.

Manning the counter of the corner dairy these days merits combat pay.


A long awaited sickness

Taking a day off to look after sick kids is the worst decision you will ever make. (File photo)

You could take a day off work to look after sick kids or you could just run for the hills.

Person trapped in car

Police attended a car crash in Inglewood on Saturday. (File photo)

A person was trapped in their car after their door caved in when they crashed.

Dancing Key fails to raise cash video

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Naive organisers got thousands, including John Key, dancing for a fundraiser which made very little money.

Community fridge launches

Sean Warren organised the fridge as a way to help people in the Inglewood community.

Instead of throwing away their spare food, Inglewood's residents are being encouraged to pass it on to those who need it.


Volunteering in Jordan

Zoe Dekker will head to Jordan to help Syrian refugees. She is walking 100km with her father, Paul Dekker, to raise money.

Zoe Dekker is heading to Jordan to help Syrian refugees.

No injures after crash

Police attended a one-car crash on Manawatu's Saddle Rd.

Police were called to a one-person car crash on Friday night.

Roller derby dreams come true

Swamp City jammer Helen Burke, aka Menace, on the burst against the Dead End Derby at CET Arena 3.

Roller derby is one of the fastest-growing women's sports in the world and it's on a roll in Palmerston North.

More signs needed

Jodeci Day, 6, was hit by ute on Highbury Ave and her mum Casey Bush is now calling for more school sings down the road.

The mother of a young girl hit by ute while walking home from school is calling for more signage.


The long road back

Dan and Andrea with son Andre and daughter Yasmina. The Nelson family are recovering from the impact of a serious road ...

It was a routine trip home after a long weekend, but in seconds a Nelson family's lives were turned upside down.

Funding cut for GP patients

Collingwood Health on Collingwood St, Nelson.

A Nelson GP practice has had its funding for patients cut.

Art Expo draws crowds

More than 1000 people have already attended the  the sixth running of  Art Expo Nelson 2017, held at the Trafalgar ...

Nelson's Art Expo Nelson has returned to its original home.

Richmond on the rise

Andrew Spittal says he expects the first stage of The Meadows residential development will have either 66 or 80 sections.

A whole new community will spring up in Richmond, with more than 1000 homes and a new school.


Her brain said they wouldn't survive

Dan and Andrea with son Andre and daughter Yasmina. The Nelson family are recovering from the impact of a serious road ...

Andrea screamed "like a banshee" as the car ploughed into her family at 100kmh. Then, a moment of reason.

Man named after logging death

The fatal accident happened near Blowhard Ridge in the Wairau Valley, about 40 kilometres west of Blenheim.

The Marlborough man who died in a logging accident has been named by police.

OK children, back in your couches

Whitney Street School pupils, from left, Paige La Frentz, Mason Moffatt, Blake Shefford and Danae Perkin work at a group ...

Gone are traditional desks and chairs, it's all stools, cushions, teaching tables and group desks these days.

Family wins $1 million

The winning ticket for Wednesday's draw netted a Blenheim family syndicate $1 million.

Playing the same lottery numbers week in, week out for 30 years finally pays off for family syndicate.

South Canterbury

Timaru man eyeing Tai Chi gold video

David Thew will be attending the World Kung Fu Championships in China this November.

A Timaru man has his eye on bringing home his third gold medal when he competes at the World Kung Fu Championships in China.

Hospital services key 

Timaru Hospital.

Services key to Timaru Hospital rebuild, observers and sector groups say.

Pye Group supreme winner

South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce chief executive Wendy Smith said the Business Excellence Award finalists were named ...

South Canterbury businesses recognised at gala awards function.

480 pieces of plan feedback

People were given the opportunity to comment on the Timaru District Council's future spending commitments, what kind of ...

Instead of formal submissions to Timaru's long-term plan, residents were invited to answer an online survey entitled "Our Place, Our Future?"


Robotic seal helping dementia patients

Enliven Southland quality of life co-ordinator Shannon Tokona and nurse Julie Worner with Paro the robotic seal, who is ...

Meet Paro, the robotic seal helping elderly dementia patients.

Car hits cop, dog

The scene on Dee St, Invercargill, where a police officer and dog were hurt as a spiked car came to a halt.

A policeman and dog went under a car as officers tried to subdue a driver in Invercargill.

Teen murder accused can be named

Name suppression has been lifted for teen accused of murder in Invercargill.

An Invercargill teenager accused of murder can now be named.

Bottled water improvisation

Invercargill woman Christine Brown, with husband Lee, before her face reconstruction at Dunedin Hospital on Tuesday.

Surgeons reconstructing Christine Brown's face were thrown curveball when operating theatre's water was contaminated.

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