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  • Nadine Higgins: Crackpot flat earthers should report back when they fall off

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  • Oamaru crash: Scene of devastation as 'screaming people' injured everywhere

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  • Cricket: Bowling jokes comes true to lame England

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  • Severe thunderstorm risk for central North Island, 'yoyo' weather ahead

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  • Giant 1km-long cream slick blocks Bay of Plenty highway

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  • Thumbs up for rural road initiative

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  • Keith Alexander's invention took 15 years and has made $55 million, but he doesn't own it

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  • The fury of monster fire leaves residents no choice but to flee

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  • Welcome new Kawarau bridge; goodbye soon to congestion

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  • Predator-free: Complete removal trial worked on possums

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  • Council knew about problems months before Birkenhead slip

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  • Childcare workers speak out against 'factory farming' of children

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  • Incredible footage of killer whales joining Akaroa dolphin tour

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  • Australian charged for being North Korean 'agent'

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  • Rural Taranaki house burns to the ground

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  • Diver flown to hospital after stingray attack at Riversdale, in Wairarapa

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  • Manus Island and media manipulation

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  • Wasps are wiping out New Zealand's native bugs, experts believe

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