• Killer driver sentenced to home detention

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  • 'Absolutely gutting': Police call for more care on roads following triple tragedy near Kopu bridge

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  • Police appeal for help to track down wanted man linked to burglaries

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  • New waterfront playground design for Wellington's Frank Kitts Park

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  • Teen accused of attacking woman in Christchurch's Hagley Park appears in court

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  • EU near-certain to waive immunity for diplomat owing $20000 to landlord, expert says

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  • Sudden death of woman in Christchurch being investigated by police

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  • Police investigating home invasion at Waikaia

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  • Immigration backdown: Karla Cardno's stepfather Mark Middleton will not be deported

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  • Self-employed Kiwi workers dodged $800m in tax this past year: IRD

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  • Rescue chopper cuts 'could cost lives'

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  • Cold & windy weather to ease as high pressure slowly builds (+4 Maps)

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  • Gales for parts of NZ in next day or so, but Sunday looks promising

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  • Man who ran Christchurch restaurant 'how it is in Japan' fined $70k over employment law breaches

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  • Queen backs Charles for Commonwealth handover

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  • Famous artist Bill Sutton's Christchurch red zone house saved from demolition, will be restored and gifted to city

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  • Digital Media Minister Clare Curran caught up in fake Facebook page saga

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  • Six people saved after their catamaran sank before dawn near Mokohinau Islands, Northland

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  • 'You feel you can't do another day' - nurses protest poor pay and staff shortages

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  • Pike River families take 'massive step forward' by entering mine portal

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