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Summer feels a way off in Auckland.
Houses in Waihi were evacuated after old mine workings collapsed beneath them without warning in 2001.
One person is dead and another has a back injury after a boat overturned north of Wairoa, Hawke's Bay. A rescue helicopter was called in to help the people.
MURRAY McCULLY: New Zealand’s foreign minister and lead lobbyist in New York.
September 20: David Cunliffe concedes election night defeat but refuses to stand down as leader.
The Aotea Fault.
Storm clouds roll in over Wellington's South Coast.
BACKYARD BODY: Police conduct a homicide investigation in Huntly.
Police officers and animal control staff gather at an address where a woman was attacked by a dog.
The World of WearableArt event has kicked off in Wellington. Here's a selection of the entries. Bare Southern Belle - Erin Tomlinson, NZ
Morning Hour, by Georg May. A white fallow deer standing in the morning mist an early morning in Eifel National Park, Germany. One hardly dares to move - can only look fascinated.
Urban Echo by Steve Cooke: An undisturbed puddle in London's Piccadilly Circus on a gloomy day. A dynamic tone filter adds fantasy, contrast and echo and a gritty industrial harshness or different light on a tourist junction
Sunny and beautiful at one stage, it soon turned into a rubbish day ...
One for the ladies: Lincoln on set for 'Home and Away'.
Police investigations are underway after a body was found at a squash club on Auckland's North Shore.
Russell John Tully, 48, is accused of murdering two Ashburton women in the town's Work and Income office, and attempting to kill a third.
NO QUESTIONS: "I cannot control what other people say about me or when they leverage off my name," Judith Collins said before leaving her post-resignation press conference without answering any questions.
UP AND AWAY: The Star of the Sea is cleared from the beach near Island Bay on Wellington's south coast.
Greens co-leader Metiria Turei has saved this snap of dog Axle on her phone as a keepsake while she campaigns away from home.
Traffic heads north into white-out conditions on SH1 1 (Tutu Hill Rd) in the Clutha District.
The master of the grin himself, John Key selfie-ing it like a boss on on the election trail.
100-gun salute, Wellington waterfront, to mark 100 years since the beginning of WWI.
Papa Kakerua's Facebook photos from prison.
Gerry Brownlee, Kaumatua Rangikotuku Rukuwai and MP Jonathan Young turn the first sod for the Vickers to City Waiwhakaiho upgrade in Taranaki in July.
It's bleak out there: Road workers make their way up to the top of Rimutaka Hill Road.
Lt Simon Wasley, left, of HMNZS Otago rescued Django11 sailors Andrew Cooke, Rebekka Hielkema and Ben Costello.
A Vector lines worker repairs powerlines in Muriwai after gales struck Auckland and Northland.
Two men have been flown to hospital after their helicopter crashed in a remote area near Blenheim.
Sam Oldfield snapped this from his office in Masterton.
Snow lies on the ground in Oxford, North Canterbury.