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This is not an episode of House of Cards; this is the real-life political drama that is Donald J. Trump's presidency. It's addictive watching, and if you need a daily binge our morning briefing of the latest political news from the United States will hit the spot.

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Auckland

Lawyer's idea for hotel over hole

Birkenhead's Rawene Car Park fell into the gully below after a slip last October. Now a local lawyer wants to build a ...

Where most Aucklanders see a massive landslide, one sees a huge opportunity: He's keen to build a hotel over the hole.

Nurses' strike 'last resort'

NZNO Counties Manukau DHB delegate nurse Caitlin France at a rally in April.

Nurses say they don't want to strike but are at their "wits' end" and don't know how else to be heard.

Fire takes hold of factory

Fire crews were at the incident near the Pak 'n Save, Takanini.

Blaze beside major Auckland road tipped to cause morning rush hour delays - 50 firefighters battle factory fire.

Chicken and basil pasta

My Food Bag's creamy chicken and basil pasta with walnuts.

Solve your weekday meal dilemma with this quick and easy recipe. 

Wellington

Josh Junior wins top gong

After his Team New Zealand won at the Halberg Awards, Josh Junior was recognised with Wellington's supreme sports award.

Team New Zealand sailor beats a strong field of contenders for Wellington sport's supreme award.

Live: PM's baby coming

Jacinda Ardern is in labour and in hospital to give birth to her first child.

Well wishes from Kiwis, and the acting PM, as Jacinda Ardern goes into labour.

Law firm staff to speak te reo

A Wellington law firm will train all its staff in te reo. (File photo)

Wellington firm plans to enable all staff to talk in te reo Māori to its clients.

Nation's capital left in the dark

A woman waits for a bus on Manners St in central Wellington, illuminated by little more than the glow of her phone.

Wellington is the world's most liveable city, so why do its street lights take so long to fix?

Canterbury

Drug accused: 'I'm no Mr Big' video

Fifty-three-year-old Jared Colwell will appear in the Christchurch District Court on Thursday.

It started with a few plants in the garage to ease his knee pain. It soon became a hydroponic weed-growing addiction that took over his entire house.

Poison claim rejected

Police interviewed Dr Shelagh Dawson over allegations she poisoned her partner with prescription medicine. Police were ...

Shelagh Dawon's children blame post break-up spite, but the poisoned partner says there is proof of what happened.

Rates likely to rise 17% in 3 years

The Christchurch City Council looks set to bring the multi-use stadium funding forward by two years. The stadium site, ...

Stadium funds could be brought forward to 2021 to "fast-track" its construction.

Hundreds more Kiwi cons deported

McCorkindale, who moved to Australia 30 years ago, finds it tough being alone, but living in Christchurch has helped him ...

More Kiwi deportees from Australia in three years than the five-year estimate. Advocates are bracing for thousands of arrivals.

Waikato

The tarseal collapsed, 5m deep video

The fix begins.

Lucky no-one drove into it, say farmers amazed to see hole open on their rural road.

Live: PM's baby coming

Jacinda Ardern is in labour and in hospital to give birth to her first child.

Well wishes from Kiwis, and the acting PM, as Jacinda Ardern goes into labour.

No justice for Jordan

Jordan Voudouris (pictured) was killed at the back of his pizza shop in June 2012.

 Six years after Jordan Voudouris was shot and left for dead, his killer remains on the loose.

Jail for theft of dying man's wallet

180620 NEWS. Photo: John Cowpland / alphapix. Donald Bridge-Peacock outside Hastings District Court.

Donald Bridge-Peacock has a long criminal record, but one particular crime stands out.

Bay Of Plenty

Kapa haka star buried

Talei Morrison sparked the Smear Your Mea campaign to make sure no one goes through what she went through.

More than 2,000 people attended the funeral of cervical cancer campaigner Talei Roimata Morrison.

Jail for theft of dying man's wallet

180620 NEWS. Photo: John Cowpland / alphapix. Donald Bridge-Peacock outside Hastings District Court.

Donald Bridge-Peacock has a long criminal record, but one particular crime stands out.

Flood damage sparks new panel

Don Newport showed Stuff just how high the flood waters rose in his garage.

It aims to figure out how to protect lake-side homes during extreme weather events in Rotorua.

Dad guilty of killing baby

Donovan Duff, pictured earlier in the week, listened to the summing up on the final day of his murder trial on Tuesday.

Witnesses were unanimous about his love for his daughter. The jury unanimous too that he murdered her.

Taranaki

'Tooth Fairy' seeks Cinderella

20062018 News Photo ANDY JACKSON/STUFF.  Steve Jones from New Plymouth discovers a set of dentures while out on a bike ...

It's not a glass slipper they've left behind...

Walking route closed

A section of the coastal walkway will be closed for a month during maintenance work to a stormwater drain.

A section of New Plymouth's popular coastal walkway is closed.

Live: PM's baby coming

Jacinda Ardern is in labour and in hospital to give birth to her first child.

Well wishes from Kiwis, and the acting PM, as Jacinda Ardern goes into labour.

An explosive smile

The Mokau mine, a remnant of World War II, has been vandalised with a smiley face but resident Rae Tissot likes being ...

It was created to kill people, now it's making people smile.

Manawatu

SPCBots build champion robot

St Peter's College students Anna Skiffington and Charlie Mollard won the WorldSkills robotics competition in Sydney.

A team of St Peter's College robot builders are WorldSkills Australia champions.

Town's fight for a cop

Senior Constable Dave Kirk has left Pongaroa after working there for 16 years (file photo).

Residents of isolated country area lobby parliament to replace their policeman.

Kereru not that plump

A company that ran a rural delivery service contracted to New Zealand Post has left thousands of dollars worth of debts ...

Manawatū courier company folds without enough money to pay all its bills.

A tough nut to crack

It's hard to see where the next Danny Lee is coming from.

OPINION: It takes a lot to break into golf's top flight, as our best amateurs find.

Nelson

Designs on lasting business

Wilson says providing quality customer service as well as clothing are keys to success.

A loyal customer base is key to designer boutique's success, says new owner.

Minister seeks review

Mental health advocate Zoe Palmer, 18, with New Zealand First's Sue Sara, left, Green Party's Matt Lawrey, National MP ...

A review of changes to the region's mental health crisis service for youth to take place.

Lake's dirty little secret

Stormwater and runoff from a neighbouring farm and residential area have turned Takaka's Lake Killarney into a ...

Untreated stormwater and runoff from a farm has created a dirty, $160k problem in Golden Bay.

Cafes tackle disposable habits

The Swedish Bakery and Cafe manager Lisa Richardson with some IdealCups.

A surcharge on disposable coffee cups at Nelson cafes is aimed at encouraging customers to refuse, reuse and recycle.

Marlborough

Lonely Hamish

Hamish is facing up to his past.

After surviving two near-death experiences, Hamish the alpaca is just looking for companionship.

Path to enlightenment

People using the Taylor Park river reserve will be minding their manners when it comes to sharing the walkway.

There is a right way and a wrong way and just in case you get your manners in a muddle, handy signs will point out pathway etiquette.

Picton shoots for the stars

Picton sisters, Lani, 7, and Macey, 4, McArtney are looking forward to joining in the first Matarki Festival ...

High in the heavens, the faintest glimmer of a cluster of stars signals the start of the Matariki Festival.

Drivers trapped after crash

Trucks backed up near Grovetown just before 6pm on Tuesday night.

State highway closed for nearly two hours as drivers cut from vehicles.

South Canterbury

Season full of promise

Children enjoy the snow tube at Tekapo Springs last year.

Skifields anticipate a bumper season as they prepare to open in time for the school holidays.

Vigilance urged video

Biosecurity New Zealand's Roger Smith speaks to the public about Mycoplasma bovis at the Caroline Bay Hall in Timaru on ...

Farmers must up their game if cull is to be effective, head of Biosecurity NZ says.

Asbestos at Hermitage

The Hermitage Hotel, Aoraki/ Mount Cook Village is in partial shutdown due to asbestos issues.

The Hermitage Hotel is in partial shutdown mode due to an asbestos scare in the complex.

TDC to spend $41m on roads

An increase in heavy vehicles on Timaru District's roads has put pressure on its budget. File photo.

Pressure from heavy vehicles leads to more money set aside for road maintenance.

Otago

New dump mooted for Dunedin

Dunedin is reviewing how it gets rid of its rubbish, including eyeing up a new landfill site and potentially getting rid ...

A new dump, green waste collection and the end of plastic rubbish bags are possible when Dunedin's rubbish service is reviewed.

Delivering the party

Queenstown Winter Festival manager Rae Baker and the team are excited about the festival getting underway on Thursday night.

Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult will officially open the festival in the Prime Minister's absence.

Wanaka antique shopkeeper finds old papers

Penny Rogers reads an 1865 newspaper.

Penny Rogers has been reading about British life from 1865 to 1964.

Awards pile up for Caves book by Silverwood and Thomas

A scene from 'Caves - Exploring NZ's Subterranean Wilderness'.

West Coast cave explorers Neil Silverwood and Marcus Thomas have won the top prize at the New Zealand Mountain Book Festival.

Southland

Southland District Council focusing on infrastructure

The Southland District Council (pictured here at the Representation Review on Monday) approved the district's 2018-2028 ...

The Southland District Council will operate at a deficit for the next five years as it increases its spending on replacing and maintaining infrastructure in the region.

Shearer off to UK

Nathan Stratford cleans his shearing gear for competitions in the UK during the next six weeks.

Nathan Stratford will help represent New Zealand in shearing competitions in the United Kingdom.

Clark too busy

Dr David Clark.

After months of trying to get a meeting with the minister of health, he's too busy to meet the directors of a maternity centre, which is under the threat of closure.

Shopkeeper finds old papers

Penny Rogers reads an 1865 newspaper.

Penny Rogers has been reading about British life from 1865 to 1964.

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