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'High level' of surveillance testing needed to shut down border incursions
New modelling suggests 5500 tests are needed each day, with a more targeted regime and wastewater testing among the ways to account for border control failings.
Woman beheaded, three dead in France knife attack
Terrorism suspected in attack that left three people dead at a church in Nice, France.
Children used Covid wage subsidy to pocket thousands
A number of children exploited the wage subsidy to make thousands more in 12 weeks than they would in a year.
New Zealand's most expensive district to rent
Rents get more expensive for people nationwide, with those in Porirua facing the highest median rent.
Public find longboard belonging to woman found dead on Port Hills
Rosalie Anderson-Hill left home on a black skateboard on Saturday evening. Two days later, rock climbers found the 21-year-old's body at the bottom of a cliff.
The downfall of businessman and former 'flashy playboy' Eric Watson
He used to hit the news for his playboy activities – the women, the mansion, the racehorses, owning the Warriors. Now, Eric Watson is in a London jail for contempt of court.
Trump's narrow - but not impossible - path to victory
ANALYSIS: Two states hold the key to the US president scoring another election night upset: Florida and Pennsylvania.
Naturist community gets behind Parkinson's disease support in Marlborough
'Adequate' vs England, Silver Ferns coaches demand improvement
Has the End of Life Choice Act passed? We may know today
A hidden gem in Canterbury
Canterbury health board members challenged to take tikanga and Treaty seriously
I can't text my terminally ill friend'
Covid-19: New Zealand's health response is not 'fascist'
Breast cancer diagnoses drop due to Covid-19, but on the rise again
The first lockdown saw a “marked reduction” in cancer diagnostics, but services are catching up at speed.
'Pink Porsche' ecstasy seized and 26 people arrested in major sting
20,000 ecstasy tablets were seized along with drug making equipment, illegal firearms, and assets worth millions of dollars.
Man caught videoing woman in changing room sentenced to community work
In sentencing, the judge took into account the fact that the man had no previous convictions.
New Zealand woman caught up in Doha airport incident
Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms a New Zealander was involved in "appalling incident" which saw female passengers invasively searched in Qatar.
Truck carrying 25-tonne digger rolls 'probably 60 metres' down bank in Marlborough
First on the scene, Sam White was "pretty happy" when the driver answered back.
Is President Donald Trump the 'Divider-in-Chief' or a hero?
Could Trump be jealous of Jacinda Ardern's international standing?
Thank goodness for our voting system
OPINION: Thankfully the end is nigh in the American election campaign for this compulsive Trump watcher.
Democrats claim voting rule victories in crucial states ahead of US election
The rulings are bad news for Donald Trump, but there's still a possibility some postal votes may ultimately be tossed out.
Polish president backtracks on abortion view amid protests
Poland’s president Andrzej Duda’s comments were in sharp contrast to his initial reaction when he welcomed the ruling essentially banning almost all abortions.
Taiwan marks 200 days without domestic Covid-19 infections
Taiwan is being lauded for its success at controlling the coronavirus outbreak in its borders. It has reported no new domestic cases since April 12.
Children use wage subsidy to pocket thousands
Police warned texting driver days before car crash
Rent prices climb across the country as demand outstrips supply
Woman beheaded, three dead in suspected terror attack in France
Public find longboard belonging to Christchurch woman found dead on Port Hills
Quiz: Afternoon trivia challenge: October 29, 2020
'Pink Porsche' ecstasy seized and 26 people arrested after major police sting in Auckland
Drinks machine selling for $49 at The Warehouse, $180 at Farmers
The moment police found 39 people dead in a lorry container in Essex
Colombia seizes drug runners' homemade sub
Kanye West charged up by Jennifer Aniston's 'Don't vote for Kanye' call
Mexico gov't admits Covid-19 death toll much higher than reported
Anti-France protests spread globally
Short Film: The World In Your Window
Have pup, will travel: How to take your dog on holiday with you
Heading away with your pooch can be more complicated than simply jumping in the car and driving off into the sunset.
Five of New Zealand's spookiest towns
Ghost towns and sites of tragedy and disaster offer a glimpse into the darker side of our history.
Hamilton and Whanganui tie for most beautiful city in New Zealand
After weeks of anticipation, judges in New Zealand's hotly contested "Beautiful Awards" have determined the city category too close to call.
ANZ heads for a record mortgage lending month
First home buyers are expected to take ANZ to a new monthly lending record of about $600m of mortgages in October.
Annah Stretton criticised for 'racist' poster
A poster by the fashion designer has come under fire for displaying models in “racist” makeup.
How to save $25,000 - or more - on your mortgage
OPINION: Home loans will always be New Zealand’s biggest debt pile – but there’s a lot you can do to chip away at yours beyond your regular payments.
Cracking open your KiwiSaver
OPINION: Here's why we need a KiwiSaver hardship withdrawal 'hub'.
NZX does better than overseas markets
Positive results from Skellerup and Freightways helped minimise Thursday's share market drop.
Positioning New Zealand to succeed in a world more digitally connected than ever
OPINION: Covid-19 has accelerated trends – particularly the shift to the digital and the pace at which businesses must transform. We won’t move back from here.
Small businesses bouncing back but hospitality not as much
Revenues are rising now in small businesses and are helping them to maintain jobs.
Our KiwiSavers are funding oil and weapons – so why not ditch 'sin stocks'?
Three quarters of us would be happy to put our savings in an ethical KiwiSaver fund, but there's a reason we're not switching.
Save $4b by bidding goodbye to petrol — campaigner
Big business backed policies to shave 4 million tonnes off our annual carbon footprint. We need quadruple that from transport emissions alone by 2030, says one activist.
Canterbury DHB members challenged to take tikanga and Treaty seriously
A Canterbury DHB manager called out board members on their commitment to the Treaty and Māori health outcomes at a recent public meeting.
Century-old Māori storehouse returned to public display
A rare carved pātaka has returned to public display with a refurbished exhibit telling the story of its part in the Kīngitanga, or Māori King movement.
Tekapo tourist attraction reopens
Stargazing from the Mt John Observatory is an option in Tekapo again.
All Black Jack Goodhue set to tackle old school mate in Sydney
All Black Jack Goodhue used to break 1st XV defences with Irae Simone at school. Now they will mark each other in a test.
'Adequate' vs England, Silver Ferns coaches demand improvement
Just one win away from clinching the series, but first test display was "not how we want the Silver Ferns to be represented".
All referees should follow James Doleman's lead
James Doleman telling Tasman's lineout forwards to shut their traps is something all referees should take note of.
Simple seasonal swaps that will refresh your decor
Making a few changes can do wonders for perking up your home and helps avoid the boredom that can lead to impulsive purchases.
Southern ADNZ award-winners embrace nature at its best
Southern architects are making the most of their region's rugged beauty with floor-to-ceiling windows and clever protections against the wind or cold.
Choose colours to make you happy
Fresh bright greens, lemony yellows and hot, vibrant fuchsias, colour can change how we feel.
Chrissy Teigen: 'He just wouldn't survive this, and if it went on any longer, I might not either'
Kiwi singer was 'down to prank the world' with fake facial tattoo
In 2019, Kelsy Karter made headlines around the world when she “tattooed” Harry Styles’ face on her cheek. During a chaotic and traumatic time in her life, she saw it as a way to become a star.
Jacinda Ardern's arty take on 2020
The prime minister's latest doodle is being auctioned off by a community art studio in Wellington.
Play Stuff for Halloween weekend
Spooky options include a special episode of Bro'Town, the best celebrity costumes and a list of movies suitable for scaredy cats.
Refined aggression: Honda hones the Type R
Another day, another Civic Type R. This one has been updated, albeit slightly, but it's a good excuse to drive one again.
A third of Kiwis could be paying too much for car insurance
One in three New Zealand drivers are likely to be paying too much for car insurance, a new study has found.
How trick or treating will need to be different due to Covid-19
Crowded streets and hands dipping into bowls of candy could make for a coronavirus petri dish. Here's the official advice on staying safe.
Dedicated experts saving kiwi one egg at a time
Are kiwi going to be extinct? Not on Helen McCormick’s watch.
Paedophile's former friends talk: 'there was this international monster'
Former friends of paedophile Aaron Laurence, now Aaron Castle, speak out.
How David Seymour ate Winston's lunch
There was a key moment when Winston Peters shot his own party in the foot - and handed support to a goofy, but determined David Seymour.
Why are teens rejecting condoms?
Fewer teenagers are using condoms or other contraceptives, a new study reveals.
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E-commerce driving industrial property demand
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