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'Grossly misleading': Don Brash fires back at Massey vice-chancellor -

Students react to Massey University's decision to stop Don Brash from speaking at the Palmerston North campus. Don Brash has questioned whether Massey University vice chancellor Jan Thomas should stay in the job after emails revealed a plot to ban him ...

Three arrests in police drug operation - Radio New Zealand

Three arrests have been made after police raids on properties in the Eastern Bay of Plenty as part of an operation targeting gang-related drug distribution. Police generic. Police had been monitoring activities in Kawerau over the past six months ...

New refugees could settle in Invercargill - The Southland Times

Winston Peters, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Minister of Immigration Iain Lees-Galloway announced a raise in the refugee quota to 1500 in 2020. Invercargill's leaders welcome any increase in the number of refugees settling in the city, but share ...

H Files: Wheeling and dealing at Parliament couldn't kill historic women's suffrage bill - New Zealand Herald

The Queen's power in making New Zealand laws is largely a formality, but when it came to giving women the vote, the country was in an uproar over what the Governor should do. For 11 tense days in 1893, suffragists organised meetings demanding Lord ...and more »

Motorcyclist in critical condition after crash near Upper Hutt - TVNZ

A serious crash has left a motorcyclist in critical condition and caused a section of State Highway 2 to close for a time near Kaitoke, Upper Hutt. Police say a motorcyclist hit a barrier at Kaitoke this afternoon about 4:30pm. The male rider was taken ...

Jacinda Ardern and Helen Clark on confidence and the future for women at the UN - Newshub

A conversation between Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and former Prime Minister Helen Clark has been captured on camera for the first time. The UN Women National Committee for Aotearoa brought the two women leaders together for a conversation to ...and more »

New Zealand's divide over women's rights to vote led to a historic world moment -

Suffrage leader Kate Sheppard led the fight from Christchurch. Some old chap by the name of Sir George Whitmore, a long-serving member of New Zealand's Legislative Council, seemed to think women's brains worked like a jar of pickles. Anyone who ...

Te Puea Marae model of manaakitanga 'key' to tackling homelessness crisis - New Zealand Herald

A homeless father carried his son on his shoulders from the opposite side of Māngere to Te Puea Marae, because he heard they might have space for them to stay. They did, and now they are two of the 332 people Te Puea Marae has helped find homes since ...and more »

Kim agrees to dismantle nuke site if US takes steps too - TVNZ

The leaders of North and South Korea announced a wide range of agreements Wednesday which they said were a major step toward peace on the Korean Peninsula. But the premier pledge on denuclearization contained a big condition, with North Korean ...

Biggest winners' list of Lotto First Division in history -

Forty Kiwis have taken out Lotto First Division - the largest list of winners in its history. Winners from around the country took home their share of the prize, worth $25,000. Meanwhile, Powerball was struck for the second time in a week by two ...and more »