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New Zealand Herald
Holiday weekend hell: SH1 closed north of Wellington
New Zealand Herald
Things are going from bad to worse on Wellington roads. State Highway 2 has now reopened after an earlier closure while State Highway 1 north of the city remains closed. SH2 was completely blocked earlier today at Rimutaka Hill after two trucks became ...
Truck carrying chemicals crashes north of Wellington closing State Highway
SH1 blocked north of Wellington, long weekend traffic woe expectedTVNZ
SH1 shut till late afternoon after truck carrying chemicals rollsRadio New Zealand
Newstalk ZB -NZCity -Infosurhoy
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New Zealand Herald
National Indian MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi backs Simon Bridges, says he was 'set up'
New Zealand Herald
National Indian list MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi says bridges with ethnic communities have been burnt by the release of secret audio recording between his leader Simon Bridges and former colleague Jami-Lee Ross. Bakshi acknowledged hard work was now ...
National officials must answer for Jami-Lee Ross 'cover-up'
'He's severely wounded' - Bridges, Ross saga could be far from over, 1 NEWS political team saysTVNZ
National party candidate allegedly harassed by Jami-Lee Ross speaks outAuckland
Radio New Zealand -Newshub -The Spinoff -Indian NewsLink
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Fleeing driver incident - Rodney
Police are currently in attendance at an incident involving a fleeing driver, which began on the Southern Motorway however the vehicle has exited at Rodney. The incident is currently ongoing and there is no further information at this time. More ...
Police chase fleeing driver across Auckland's motorwaysNew Zealand Herald
Large police response on Auckland motorway to fleeing driver incidentTVNZ
Fleeing driver causing chaos on Auckland's motorwayNewshub

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New Zealand Herald

Independent Community Newspaper
Smoking ban for hundreds of outdoor dining spots across Auckland
Independent Community Newspaper
Smoking outside hundreds of cafes, restaurants and bars is being snubbed out in Auckland. Auckland Council is making more than 800 restaurants, cafes and bars with outdoor dining smokefree as part of new licensing rules. The move would apply to all ...
Off the menu: 800 Auckland restaurants ban outdoor smokingNew Zealand Herald
Smoking is off the

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Waikato Times
Young intruders spark lockdown of Aquinas College in Tauranga
Waikato Times
A Tauranga school went into lockdown after two young women entered college grounds in a reportedly threatening manner. Police confirmed they were called to the school on Pyes Pa Rd at 10am. The school was put into lockdown for a short time for the ...
Tauranga's Aquinas College in lockdown after intruder incidentNew Zealand Herald
Disorder causes Aquinas College lockdownSunLive
Aquinas College in Tauranga placed in lockdown after 'disorder event'Newshub

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Radio New Zealand
North Shore Hospital set for $200m upgrade
Radio New Zealand
The government is to spend $224 million on extra beds at Auckland's North Shore Hospital and new facilities at Whangārei Hospital. North Shore Hospital. Photo: rafaelbenari/123RF. In a statement, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the majority of that ...
Upgraded facilities for North Shore and Whangarei
PM announces over $200m boost to hospitals in Auckland and WhangāreiTVNZ
North Island hospitals get funding boostMāori Television
Voxy -NZCity
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New Zealand Herald
One person arrested after Ōpōtiki shooting
New Zealand Herald
One person has been arrested after a 28-year-old man was shot in the leg in Eastern Bay of Plenty yesterday. Senior Sergeant Richard Miller said the incident happened in a rural area east of Ōpōtiki about 5pm. The man was in a group of three or four ...
Man, 28, shot in the leg while building a pig trap in eastern Bay of PlentyIndependent Community Newspaper
Man injured when group fired upon near OpotikiSunLive

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MSD reviews how it investigates benefit fraud after advocates raise concerns over privacy
The Ministry of Social Development is reviewing how it investigates the most serious allegations of benefit fraud. The Privacy Commissioner and beneficiary advocates have raised concerns about the way investigators gather information, saying some of ...
AAAP welcomes Privacy Commissioner Inquiry into
MSD reviews how it investigates benefit fraudRadio New Zealand
Ministry of Social Development's 'cruel' investigations under reviewNewshub

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New Zealand Herald
Man accused of murdering baby Karlos Stephens can now be named
New Zealand Herald
The man accused of the murder of baby Karlos Stephens can now be named. Shane Claude Roberts, 59, appeared before Justice Graham Lang in the High Court at Rotorua today. Roberts appeared via audio-visual link and pleaded not guilty to the murder ...
Cold case baby death suspect

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