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  1. The $42 million tax bill that won't be paid back to Kiwis  New Zealand Herald
  2. 550000 people underpaid tax on investments while 950000 paid too much, says IRD  Stuff.co.nz
  3. IRD says 950,000 Kiwis paid too much tax, won't get it back  Newshub
  4. Kiwis overpayed $42 million in tax they won't get refunded  Newstalk ZB
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Baby's whānau rejects Minister's internal inquiry  Stuff.co.nz

Lawyer for mother of baby saved last month from state 'uplift' says internal inquiry into affair is "like leaving Dracula in charge of the blood bank".

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  1. New Zealand universities mostly up in world rankings, but teacher cuts are hurting  New Zealand Herald
  2. University of Auckland top-rated NZ university in global rankings  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Otago stays second as NZ universities rise in rankings  Otago Daily Times
  4. Most New Zealand universities improve in world rankings  TVNZ
  5. What - if anything - annual rankings tell us about our universities  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Two dead in BOP train crash - The Bay's News First  SunLive
  2. Two dead, three injured following train and car crash in Bay of Plenty  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Two people dead after incident involving car and train in Bay of Plenty  TVNZ
  4. Two dead after car and train crash in Pongakawa, Bay of Plenty  New Zealand Herald
  5. Two dead after train crashes into car in rural Bay of Plenty  RNZ
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Simon Bridges: Someone I know well looking to go overseas for health treatment  Stuff.co.nz

During an attack on the Government's performance on health, National party leader Simon Bridges said someone he knows well is considering going overseas ...

  1. Too many children in state care and too many being harmed, says PM - 'We want to end both'  TVNZ
  2. Social worker 'jokes' about bonus for uplifting children  Otago Daily Times
  3. Government working on an independent authority to hold Oranga Tamariki accountable  Newshub
  4. Stacey Morrison on 'heartbreak' of seeing young mother desperately search for baby uplifted  New Zealand Herald
  5. Palmerston North group starts protests against Oranga Tamariki's uplifting of children  Stuff.co.nz
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Cricket World Cup: Steve Waugh reckons Black Caps are a shoo-in to make semifinals  Stuff.co.nz

Former Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh says four nations already seem "destined" to reach the World Cup semifinals. Unfortunately, it's hard to argue ...

Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh break run-chase curse; crush West Indies' hopes  New Zealand Herald

Bangladesh have achieved the second highest run chase in Cricket World Cup history and pushed the West Indies close to elimination in a comfortable ...

View full coverage on Google News2019 Cricket World Cup: Pivotal week looms for Black Caps' semifinal hopes  New Zealand Herald

By Niall Anderson in Birmingham. Having waited for more than a week since their last Cricket World Cup clash, the Black Caps are now preparing for a pivotal ...

Dead rubbers looming as World Cup contenders pull away  TVNZ

World Cup organisers face a second half of the tournament plagued with potential dead rubbers with the race for semi-finals already seemingly down to five.

  1. Philip Arps unapologetic after jailing, compares himself to Hitler's deputy  Newshub
  2. Dark past of white supremacist Philip Arps jailed over Christchurch mosque shooting video revealed  New Zealand Herald
  3. Man sent to prison for 21 months for distributing footage of Christchurch terrorist attack appealing his sentence  TVNZ
  4. Censor's rating of mosque video justified by promotion of killing Muslims  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Christchurch attack: Philip Arps to appeal jail sentence for sharing mosque massacre livestream  Newshub
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  1. Prison for Wellington teacher who filmed 90 women in bathroom  New Zealand Herald
  2. Jail for the man who set up a secret camera in the bathroom of his home stay  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Jail for teacher who secretly filmed nearly 100 women  Otago Daily Times
  4. Wellington man jailed for filming 50 women in the shower  Newshub
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  1. Jail for abuse of mother  Otago Daily Times
  2. Dunedin woman jailed for ongoing abuse of her mother  New Zealand Herald
  3. Woman jailed for mother abuse 'needs help, not prison'  Newstalk ZB
  4. Woman jailed for abusing mum 'needs help, not prison'  Otago Daily Times
  5. Will prison help? 'Very unwell' Dunedin woman who abused mum jailed for a year  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Masterton light plane crash pilots were likely attempting to land: aviation expert  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Masterton plane crash: Second pilot's body removed from wreckage, police call for witnesses  New Zealand Herald
  3. Second pilot's body has been retrieved from wreckage of mid-air plane crash  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Pilot who died in mid-air crash near Masterton remembered for love of family and cricket  TVNZ
  5. Trainee pilot who 'impacted positively on thousands' in cricket community killed in Masterton aircraft collision  New Zealand Herald
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  1. President Donald Trump kicks off reelection campaign with 'wild' rally in Florida  New Zealand Herald
  2. Donald Trump kicks off 2020 US Presidential re-election campaign  Stuff.co.nz
  3. As Donald Trump launches 2020 presidential campaign, what are his re-election chances?  Newshub
  4. Donald Trump is preparing to make 2020 the ‘immigration election’ – and his dishonest marketing ploys are working  The Independent
  5. Why doesn’t President Trump like Fox News polls? Because they have integrity.  The Washington Post
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  1. We're in the age of the overtourist, but you can avoid being one of them  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Auckland among world cities at risk of overtourism, report says  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. UK judge sentences teen for abhorrent post on Prince Harry  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Teen jailed over 'race traitor' post about Prince Harry  New Zealand Herald
  3. Teen who created 'abhorrent' image of Prince Harry, called him 'race traitor', jailed  TVNZ
  4. Meghan Markle given cruel new nickname in latest nasty jibe by royal aides  Express
  5. Meghan Markle Shares Her Love for Rescue Dogs and the Joy of Adopting Pets in Touching Message  Showbiz Cheat Sheet
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  1. Boris Johnson increases lead in race to become Britain's next prime minister  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Comment The man to decide Brexit. Maybe. Boris John's decisiveness on Brexit is appealing, so much  Newsroom
  3. Tory leadership race: MPs' second vote and TV debate  BBC News
  4. TV debate brought home a terrifying truth: one of these men will be PM  The Guardian
  5. In the Tory leadership debate, the rare glimmers of truth were even more painful than the lies  The Independent
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  1. Bernard Hickey: The smiling assassin returns for his biggest hit  RNZ
  2. The smiling assassin strikes: John Key pushes out David Hisco as ANZ CEO  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Questions remain over David Hisco departure from ANZ  Newstalk ZB
  4. The scale of departing ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco's public humiliation by his employer doesn't fit the crime he's said to have committed, Gareth Vaughan argues  Interest.co.nz
  5. Heather du Plessis-Allan: Hisco saga unlikely to damage John Key  Newstalk ZB
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  1. Auckland train chaos: 5000 commuters delayed after signal fault halts trains  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Auckland train services grind to a halt for second time in five days  RNZ
  3. Auckland Mayor Phil Goff slams KiwiRail's city train blackout 'unacceptable'  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Track maintenance causing further train delays for South Auckland commuters today  New Zealand Herald
  5. Rush hour Auckland commuters frustrated after trains come to a standstill for second time in a week  TVNZ
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  1. Liam Dann: Was ANZ's David Hisco thrown under the bus? And other big questions still unanswered  New Zealand Herald
  2. ANZ's former boss David Hisco clocked up nearly $450k a year in expenses  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Kate Hawkesby: Far too many questions over ANZ boss David Hisco's departure  New Zealand Herald
  4. Kate Hawkesby: Far too many questions over Hisco's departure  Newstalk ZB
  5. ANZ completed probe into Hisco's expenses before staff were told of sick leave  Stuff.co.nz
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Should access to cash be a human right in New Zealand?  Stuff.co.nz

Cash is in decline. Should the government and Reserve Bank do anything to save it?

  1. Game streaming platform Twitch sues to find users who posted Christchurch attack video  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Twitch sues unknown parties over flood of explicit videos on Artifact streams  Gamasutra
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Fantastical virtual reality art show comes to Tauranga  bizEDGE New Zealand

Two artists from different disciplines have collaborated on a show that utilises virtual reality to take attendees into imaginative lands.

Juha Saarinen: Let police have a crack at your phone  New Zealand Herald

Comment: Alternative to giving up access willingly likely much worse.

  1. Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack album releasing in July  Destructoid
  2. There are No Second Chances in the Red Dead Online Elimination Series Playlist  TrueAchievements
  3. Red Dead Online Gets New Elimination Series Playlist  XboxAchievements
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The Instagram backlash: influencers who lost their influence  Stuff.co.nz

Social media has served up yet another collective face-palm after Swedish influencer Natalie Schlater deleted her Instagram account over a backlash about a ...

  1. Bus passenger filmed defending schoolgirl from 'creep' who hit on her in Sydney  New Zealand Herald
  2. Sydney: Bus passenger filmed defending schoolgirl from ‘creep’ who hit on her  NEWS.com.au
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  1. Tattooed Mongrel Mob member Puk Kireka starts Givealittle fund to further his education  New Zealand Herald
  2. Tattooed Mongrel Mob member Puk Kireka mocked by 50 Cent starts Givealittle to fund education  Newshub
  3. Gangster Puk Kireka who was mocked by 50 Cent starts a fundraiser to go to university  Daily Mail
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  1. Royal motorcade crash: Grandmother in hospital, hit by Prince William's convoy  New Zealand Herald
  2. Prince William and Duchess Catherine's convoy hits elderly woman  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Grandmother seriously injured after collision with Royal convoy carrying Duke and Duchess of Cambridge  The Telegraph
  4. Woman in her 80s seriously injured in crash with Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s convoy  The Independent
  5. Motorbike escorting Prince William and Kate Middleton hits widow  NEWS.com.au
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  1. Addin Fonua-Blake believes more Kiwis will make the switch to represent island nations  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Kiwis v Tonga: Andrew Fifita suspended out of Mt Smart test  Newshub
  3. Rugby league: Andrew Fifita to miss Mate Ma'a Tonga test against Kiwis due to suspension  New Zealand Herald
  4. Kiwis v Tonga: Mate Ma'a Tonga name eight former Kiwis in test team  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Mate Ma'a Tonga name eight former NZ rep players in clash against Kiwis  TVNZ
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  1. South Africa in disarray - Black Caps too 'clinical' says their pundit  New Zealand Herald
  2. Cricket World Cup 2019: Black Caps wary of 'dangerous' South Africa in 2015 rematch  Stuff.co.nz
  3. All the games now are big games - Quinton de Kock - South Africa  Cricket World
  4. 2019 Cricket World Cup: Black Caps v South Africa - All you need to know  New Zealand Herald
  5. Cricket World Cup: Trent Boult reveals what's driving the Black Caps against South Africa  Stuff.co.nz
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Hastings school's first XV won't receive points if girl plays in tournament  New Zealand Herald

The only girl in a school's 1st XV rugby team has been told that if she competes in an upcoming tournament her team will not be awarded any points. Briar Hales ...

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  1. Super Rugby: Highlanders boost as Ben Smith returns for Crusaders clash  Stuff.co.nz
  2. All Blacks: Highlanders great Ben Smith named to start against Crusaders  New Zealand Herald
  3. Ben, it's been a pleasure  Otago Daily Times
  4. Super Rugby: Aaron Mauger fires back at 'lucky Highlanders' critics  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Ben Smith returns for Highlanders  RNZ
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New Zealand scientists to launch world-leading climate change study in Antarctica  Stuff.co.nz

Funding for a NZ expedition to study climate change in Antarctica has been announced.

The hard-charging space programme: Breakthroughs, breakdowns and breakneck  Stuff.co.nz

The culture that put men on the moon was intense, fun, family-unfriendly, and mostly white and male.

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  1. Strawberry Moon: How tonight's Full Moon will trigger an ECLIPSE of the Sun in two weeks  Express.co.uk
  2. Look up! The Strawberry Moon will shine bright tonight  Phys.Org
  3. Strawberry full moon glows pink across the world in spectacular solstice treat for skygazers  The Sun
  4. Strawberry Moon to light up Monday night’s sky  KTSM News Channel 9
  5. Strawberry Moon graces night sky | 10News WTSP  10News WTSP
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Firefly offering free launch for research and educational payloads  Spaceflight Now

Firefly Aerospace is asking academic institutions, startup companies and the public to submit ideas for payloads to launch, free of charge, on the inaugural ...

MMR immunisation protects our most vulnerable  New Zealand Doctor Online

More than 200 cases of measles have now been confirmed in New Zealand since the start of this year and the Ministry of Health is reminding people that ...

One million young children target for polio and measles protection in PNG  RNZ

Papua New Guinea is stepping up its vaccination programme in the fight against polio and measles, hoping to reach over a million children under five years old.

  1. What's so bad about processed foods? Scientists offer new clues  TVNZ
  2. What is ultra-processed food and how do I avoid it?  ABC News
  3. Here’s how processed foods are actually are bad for you, according to scientists  Toronto Star
  4. Breaking the habit of processed foods | Health News  AZFamily
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Eating disorders can mask autism in girls  Stuff.co.nz

Girls and women on the autism spectrum are at higher risk of anorexia nervosa than males, research suggests. But girls are also more likely than boys to have ...

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