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Richard Prebble: Jacinda Ardern will regret this coalition of losers
New Zealand Herald
Jacinda Ardern will be New Zealand's next Prime Minister but who really won when New Zealand First decided to back Labour. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook.
The state of the economy the new govt inheritsRadio New Zealand
John Armstrong: 'This was Peters' last chance. His last chance to get it right. He has got it right'TVNZ
Ardern focusing on final touchesOtago Daily Times
Stuff.co.nz -Newstalk ZB -The National Business Review -NZCity
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New Zealand Herald
Labour Day weekend: Travel early or expect long traffic delays
New Zealand Herald
NZ Police ask drivers to help them keep the road toll at zero this Labour weekend. Source: Facebook / Auckland City District Police. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook ...

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Stuff.co.nz
Police freeze Head Hunters' Christchurch assets
Stuff.co.nz
Armed police raided the Christchurch Head Hunters' pad on Vickerys Rd early on Friday morning. Police have frozen hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of assets belonging to the Head Hunters in Christchurch, including the gang's headquarters.
Head Hunters lose gang pad to policeNZCity

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Stuff.co.nz
Annual net migration dips to 71000 while tourism continues to grow
Stuff.co.nz
Net migration for the year to the end of September dipped to 71,000, down from the record peak of 72,400 in the year to the end of July, Statistics New Zealand figures released on Friday showed. Migrant arrivals were 131,600 and migrant departures were ...
Annual net migration down to 71000Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Annual net migration continues to cool in September as more Kiwis eye exitThe National Business Review

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Stuff.co.nz
Teen staffer racially abused for refusing to sell alcohol at Dunedin store
New Zealand Herald
Staff at a Dunedin store are reeling following the racial abuse of one of their colleagues earlier this week. Moyle's FreshChoice owner John Moyle said an 18-year-old part-Cambodian secondary school pupil, working part-time at the store, was called a "n.
Teenager racially abused in ugly Dunedin supermarket incidentStuff.co.nz

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Stuff.co.nz
Otematata hottest, Mt Cook sets new October record on 'spring sizzler'
Stuff.co.nz
Peta Couling and Zion Reihana, both 13, were getting their feet wet at Caroline Bay on Wednesday as the hot weather set in. Temperatures soared across the South Island on Thursday, with new record temperatures set and one Waitaki town taking out the ...
Young South Canterbury basketballers make South Island finalTimaru Herald

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The Press
The alternate alternate highway reopens, with a catch
The Press
The Acheron Rd, through Molesworth Station, is open again, but only from the Marlborough end. The long dusty, unsealed road that winds through New Zealand's largest farm will open from one end only this Labour Weekend. The Acheron Rd, through the ...

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Auckland stuff.co.nz
SPCA launches book to stop animal cruelty
New Zealand Herald
SPCA is launching a new set of books aiming to educate youngsters how to treat farm animals well. Photo / NZME. NZ Herald. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook. Share on ...
SPCA educating children about animal abuse through new storybook collectionAuckland stuff.co.nz

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Times Online - Auckland
Communications key for boaties this Labour Weekend
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Coastguard have an important message for all boaties heading into Labour Weekend: if you can't call for help, we can't rescue you. This has been a core message of Safer Boating Week which ends today. “With more boaties starting to get back on the water ...
Getting the boat ready for the long weekendNew Zealand Herald

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Police release photos from aggravated TAB robbery
New Zealand Herald
The pair of robbers who hit the Bethlehem TAB were were heavily clothed in hoodies. Photo/Supplied. Bay of Plenty Times. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook. Share on Twitter ...
Tauranga Police release photos of Bethlehem aggravated robbery (+photos)New Zealand Police (press release)

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