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Eden Park's new CEO was dismissed from a key role for serious misconduct.

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Couple blew charity money

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Cardiologist who secretly filmed women in a hospital toilet loses fight to keep name secret.

Bank worker hacks system

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The body of man was found at a Canongate address in Dunedin about 2am on Thursday.

18 min ago  Police are investigating after a body was found in a Dunedin home.

Bach razed in remote bay

Orange glow in night sky alerts neighbours, but all that's left are a few poles in the ground.

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    Computers rank our endangered species

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    Saving the Kākāpō meant sacrificing the far less glamorous Stringopotaenia psittacea.

    A species died to save kākāpō

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    Z knew of breach for 7 months

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    Z Energy sat on evidence about a privacy breach for seven months - only going public when confronted with it this week.

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    Z Energy has admitted a data breach of its fuel card.

    ‘Certainly a security breach’

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    'Jeez, this is going to bad'

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    The Thai soccer team rescued from a cave play soccer with the Thai Navy Seals who helped save them.

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    The Thai boys saved from a cave join the Navy Seals who rescued them to play soccer.


    How $7.9m scam proceeds left NZ

    Scams reported have ranged from a few hundred dollars through to more than $2m.

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    Dam costs blow out by $26m video

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    Google fined $7.4 billion video

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    Inside an Egyptian tomb video

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    Think before you click: before pressing "purchase" make sure you do your research.

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    In her latest outburst, Samantha says she will hold the Duchess "responsible" if their father dies.

    Markle's sister lashes out video

    In her latest outburst, Samantha Markle says she will hold the Duchess "responsible" if their father dies.

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    The mere thought of food being restricted can trigger cravings and over-eating.

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    Cooking for one in a crowded house

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    Cooking for one is a full house where everyone does the same? A little communication goes a long way.

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    Next-level Thai food

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    RMA guide concerns Feds

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    Colin Mochrie returns to NZ

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    Prepare to be in stitches as the multi-award winning comedian hits the stage with Whose Line IS It Anyway? lineup.

    Rolleston's trip to Shortland St

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    Emma Gribble, producer of local animated children's series Darwin And Newts.

    'Two cancers and two babies'

    Children's TV producer Emma Gribble was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant with her second child.


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    Why go through the drudge of the 9-to-5 when $17,000 a year is all it takes to lead a life of non-stop travel in South America?

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    Travel agents can prepare you for anything on your holiday - and safeguard from hidden dangers.

    Why you should use travel agents video

    They are no longer "travel agents" apparently, but "holistic advisers" who can make or break the quality of your getaway


    NZ cooks up STI-style Legacy video

    Subaru New Zealand has launched an exclusive version of the Legacy with STI handling tweaks.

    A Kiwi STi-influenced edition of Subaru's six-cylinder sedan is now available. Might it be joined by an Outback version?

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    With all it's 'borrowed' Rolls-Royce styling cues, the Aurus Senat is a suitably imposing ride for Vladimir Putin.

    Putin's armoured limo video

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    Should we all be able to say what we want, when we want, wherever we want?

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    Unfortunately many of us are still ignoring the horrific animal abuse occurring on farms around NZ.

    In four years' time the biggest sporting event in the world heads to the tiny Middle Eastern nation of Qatar.

    Player theatrics shine bright stuff nation

    A review of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and its showcase of talent, theatrics, disappointments and champions.


    Read and Crotty to play Sharks

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    4:34 PM  Crusaders coach Scott Robertson names a run-on 15 stacked with 12 All Blacks to play the Sharks on Saturday.

    Shields on the mend video

    3:45 PM  Hurricanes captain is confident his injured ribs are up to meeting the Chiefs in their quarterfinal on Friday.

    The Chiefs will be hoping to carry on their winning feeling from against the Hurricanes last weekend when they meet them ...

    Chiefs ready for capital test video

    4:54 PM  The Hurricanes have been superb at home of late, but the Chiefs are confident of doing the job in Wellington.


    Tiny or colossal, it's our heritage

    Dean Peterson, head of science at Te Papa.

    OPINION: Te Papa plans to change the way it cares for its collections. Find out how how the they are a crucial part of the national science picture.

    Te reo for family ties

    Sarah Moore is taking on a 12-week te reo class in an effort to show her irāmutu (niece) her whole family values her ...

    OPINION: When my irāmutu (niece) was born, I realised I had an opportunity. 2018 is my year of learning.

    The treat yourself economy

    Nurses protest outside Nelson Hospital during a 24 strike, the first such action by nurses in a generation.

    OPINION: For years the cost of living increases have been hitting the poor harder than others and the issue may be coming to a head.

    Putin's worldview triumphs video

    US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin after their summit on Monday in Helsinki, Finland. The ...

    OPINION: Vladimir Putin's ruthless worldview dominated in at the summit with Donald Trump in Helsinki.

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    My heart is in Havana stuff nation video

    Horse and carts are still common in rural Cuba.

    Jim Tully goes to see the Caribbean island that is facing a new era with new leaders.

    The sideline surgeon

    In the surgical realm when Andy Malcolm isn't busy looking after his patients he's studying for his masters in surgical ...

    Rugby and urology may be unlikely team-mates but for Nelson surgeon Andy Malcolm they go hand in hand.

    Why is everybody striking?

    Striking nurses in Nelson. Other groups are expected to follow.

    After a decade of missing the spoils of a "rock star economy", lower paid Kiwis have had enough.

    When a mass shooter kills your husband

    Andre Chamblee and her late husband, John McNamara, at Christmas time circa 1997.

    One voice chokes out the words: "He's dead." The wailing gets louder. It is my wailing.

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    The female Flight Centre mural was meant to be "inspiring".

    Flight Centre under fire for booze-soaked culture and murals that suggest women should carry condoms and become 'Naughtywise' ambassadors.

    My doctor pursued me for sex

    Catherine English, Dr Deane Drew's estranged wife, is one of the women who have laid a complaint against him.

    After escaping a religious cult, Catherine English was just looking for a doctor.

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    Lawyers at heart of Russell McVeagh scandal have had their practising certificates renewed.

    McVeagh a watershed moment

    Public service troubleshooter Margaret Bazley's independent review of Russell McVeagh was released on Thursday morning.

    OPINION: Here's to a future where women's safety is prized over men's reputations.


    'You're actually scared of balloons?'

    Greer Berry's worst nightmare. Berry suffers from globophobia (file photo).

    OPINION: Indeed Greer Berry is scared of Satan's plaything. And now the world hates them too.

    The MP and the mountain video

    Russell says the mountain does not look much different from when it was first seen by people.

    Whenever she flies Labour MP Deborah Russell calls bags on the window seat.

    Rise and fall of a poodle president video

    Tai the poodle spent about two years as president of the Republic of Whangamomona.

    In 2003, Tai the poodle rose to power in the Republic of Whangamomona. Then came the "assassination attempt".

    Phone survives 300m drop from plane video

    The phone was found undamaged.

    Sarvinder Naberhaus was taking pictures in a US vintage plane. Then she dropped her phone.


    Model breastfeeds on runway video

    Mara Martin hopes her runway walk will help to 'normalise' breastfeeding.

    New mum earns praise for breastfeeding her baby on the catwalk at a Sports Illustrated swimsuit show.

    Confessions of an 'unmumsy' mum

    Mums' group are meant to be fun and supportive but that is not always the case.

    OPINION: When I ghosted my coffee group, I wanted to let them know 'it's not you, it's me'.

    'I cried': mums console Serena

    Serena Williams admits she cried over missing her daughter's first steps.

    Other parents were quick to comfort the tennis star after she missed one of her daughter's milestones.

    Solid food won't help babies sleep

    Giving babies solid foods early: do the cons outweigh the pros?

    As much as tired parents may want to believe a new study, giving babies solid food early won't improve their sleep.

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    My heart is in Havana stuff nation video

    Horse and carts are still common in rural Cuba.

    Jim Tully goes to see the Caribbean island that is facing a new era with new leaders.

    Hooker Valley is a winter wonderland

    The start of the track meanders by Mt Sefton.

    Take the family on a proper white winter holiday, to beautiful Hooker Lake.

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    Rachel Treloar and her husband Jonathan run a wine estate in the Roussillon in the South of France.

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