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The Wellington march ended in Civic Square.
The funeral of Samoan and Auckland rugby legend Peter Fatialofa, in Manakau.
NARROW ESCAPE: The truck smashed through the dining room wall. Luckily no one was in the room.
An air force helicopter lands in New Plymouth before heading up Mt Taranaki to search for the missing climbers.
One of the ships at Auckland's Viaduct.
Police with dogs at an entrance to The Plaza.
Embattled Auckland Mayor Len Brown arrives at the Town Hall, a day after admitting he had an affair with a younger woman.
The truck is lifted back onto the Old Waimakariri Bridge after it smashed through the guardrail and was left dangling above the water.
Storm damaged to a parking building in Auckland's Newmarket.
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown learns she has been re-elected as mayor of Wellington.
A person died and two are seriously injured after this car hit a house in Otara.
In 2000, a distraught Mark Lundy was supported by friends as he farewelled his wife Christine and daughter Amber at the double funeral service at St Peter's Anglican church in Palmerston North, on September 7 that year.
Canadian couple Joanna Lam, 24, and Connor Hayes, 25, on St Patrick's Day.
CCTV footage showing the store's staff being shut in the fridge.
The crash left debris all over the road.
John Dory cruises at around 40 metres past the entrance to Northern Arch at the Poor Knights Marine Reserve.
Crews work at the scene of a derailment at Mercer.
David Cunliffe, Grant Robertson and Shane Jones share a friendly moment before taking the gloves off in the leadership conference.
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Phil Clow aboard the longliner Southern Cross at Whitianga wharf.
Hayden Shadbolt tends to his broken home in Ward.
The military shell is detonated at MacAlister Park.
The Prince Albert Apartment in central Auckland's Albert St.
Carolyn Palmer with her dog Sassy and daughter's dog Kojo lead the march in Christchurch's Cathedral Square against the use of animals to test legal highs.
French tourist Luca Zappula photographed the White Bluffs from the Wairau Bar minutes before the quake (left), while the photo on the right shows the dust settling afterwards, with a small piece of the headland appearing to be missing.
Leon Wedgwood takes a snapshot of the snow at the summit of Akatarawa Rd.
Police at the scene on Auckland's Northern Motorway following the chase.
Pita Sharples poses with his children in this undated photograph.
This light plane landed heavily in bush west of Auckland.