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  • White House split over hard-line stance on trade war with China

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  • More firms may follow Airbus in Brexit threat, says CBI

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  • Two people dead, one person injured following Hamilton crash between ute and truck

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  • John Roughan: The public would not respond well to baby's political exploitation

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  • Michael Maguire relishing chance to lead Kiwis into new era

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  • From mental illness to basketball success: Tall Ferns star's remarkable journey

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  • Days after rapper's Florida slaying, a suspect is arrested

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  • Brendon McCullum tackles drug test 'rumblings'

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  • Christchurch man Timothy Foley loses latest appeal against his 2012 murder conviction

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  • Heated rally against shut uni libraries: 'It means the death of fine arts'

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  • Secret millionaire and leading NZ land aggregator Garry Robertson opens up for the first time

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  • The Trump-Kim Summit Was Unprecedented, but the Statement Was Vague

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