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Surfers and boaties under fire at Waikato surf break
New Zealand Herald
Surfers and boaties say they have been shot at, abused or had property vandalised at a remote Waikato beach, and there are fears it's only a matter of time before someone is killed. Last week a Te Awamutu father, son and friend were shot at while ...

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Ten Auckland roads being made safer after big spike in road deaths
New Zealand Herald
Ten high-risk roads will be made safer over the coming months after a disturbing spike in deaths and serious injuries on Auckland's roads last year. In the year to December 2017, the number of road deaths in Auckland rose from 36 to 56 and serious ...
Ten high-risk Auckland roads getting safety upgradesNewstalk ZB

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Parents frustrated teacher's baby allowed in class
Newstalk ZB
One parent was so frustrated at the school's decision to allow a baby in the classroom she's enrolled her son in another school where he will get undivided attention. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to Twitter TwitterShare to ...
Parents frustrated teacher's baby in classroom but Kaitoke School says it has been congratulated for 'holistic ...New Zealand Herald

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New Zealand Herald
Barry Soper: Pay freeze an easy move for Jacinda Ardern to sound altruistic
New Zealand Herald
COMMENT: There's so much about politics that raises the hackles when all the dog really needs is a bone and we all end up wondering what all the fuss was about. There were a few gnarling their teeth around Parliament yesterday after the newly, ...
Broad political support for MPs pay freezeRadio New Zealand
MPs need more pay like a hole in the
Sage advice may be wastedOtago Daily Times
Newstalk ZB -Waikato Times -ABC News -Bloomberg
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Heavy rain, snow, thunderstorms enveloping much of NZ
A low sitting to the west of the country is feeding several fronts across the North Island as rain continues to fall. The week kicked off with heavy rain in the west of the upper South Island and the west of the North Island, snow further south - and ...
Tuesday's national
Low Pressure Dominates Bringing Heavy Rain And Strong
Snow for South, rain for rest of NZOtago Daily Times
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Residents cleaning up after tornadoes hit two North Island areas yesterday
Residents are in clean-up mode in two regions after two separate tornadoes struck yesterday. At least six properties were damaged when a tornado formed at Ohope near Whakatāne in the Bay of Plenty about 5.30pm. Video Player is loading.
Wet for many areas, chance of thunderstorms, possible overnight snow on Desert
'Low risk' of further tornadoes on TuesdayNewshub

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87 new frontline police for Northland
New Zealand Herald
The number of police on the beat in Northland is set to swell by 25 per cent, the second biggest increase of any district in the country. The country's top cop, Commissioner Mike Bush, announced yesterday the thin blue line was being boosted nationwide ...
South to get 88 copsOtago Daily Times
Where the extra 1800 cops are
Police numbers see 'significant boost' after 1800 added around countryTVNZ -Radio New Zealand -Newstalk ZB -SunLive
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New Zealand Herald
Dunedin doctor missed 43mm mass - now this patient is dying of cancer
New Zealand Herald
A Dunedin woman is dying of cancer and her doctor's competence to practise will likely be reviewed. For 27 days the doctor failed to follow up a scan showing an alarming 43mm mass - and then deleted the test results without following them up. The woman ...

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Exchange rate reset will breathe new life to agriculture
OPINION: The recent decline in the value of the New Zealand dollar is about to breathe new life into agriculture. It will take some months before the benefits flow through to farm level, but the macro signs are there to be seen. The key question is ...
Grant Robertson: Govt's aim an economy fit for the 21st centuryNew Zealand Herald

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Jury returns mixed verdicts in case of drug dealer shot dead outside his home
A police guard stands out the front of a Whangamatā Road property in Kinloch after the death of Scott Henry on July 20 last year. A High Court jury has found one man guilty of murdering a drug dealer by shooting him dead - but two co-accused men were ...
Taupo men guilty of causing Scott John Henry's deathNew Zealand Herald
Mixed verdicts at a murder trial in HamiltonNZCity

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