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End of sharemilking predicted

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Farmers say moves to control outbreak will mean end of sharemilking in NZ.

Retailer's wild ride with thief video

Retailer Philip Pearpoint racing after a shoplifter at a Feilding sports store on Monday.

He sprinted after the shoplifter getting into the getaway car. Then things took a turn, all captured on CCTV.


Refugee's NZ love story a fraud

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Sex-accused cop looked up women

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A feral goat, moments before it is tasered 13 times, in an Oamaru garage.

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    Blokes build army tank BBQ

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    M bovis eradication doable: expert

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    Egypt is back on the bucket list

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    Inangahua quake, 50 years on

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