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Man 'covered in blood' after owner and son stabbed in attempted Grey Lynn robbery - Stuff.co.nz

A man seen leaving the scene of a violent stabbing at an Auckland dairy was "covered in blood" and still holding a bloody knife, a witness says. Do you know more? Email us at newstips@stuff.co.nz. A mother and her adult son were stabbed in the ...

Doctor accused of poisoning partner and husband, years apart - Stuff.co.nz

Medical researcher Dr Shelagh Dawson, of Christchurch, died about six weeks ago while being investigated by police and ACC. A Christchurch medical researcher has died in a suspected suicide as police investigated claims she poisoned her partner last ...

US leaves UN rights council over 'chronic bias against Israel' - New Zealand Herald

The United States announced it was leaving the United Nations' Human Rights Council, with Ambassador Nikki Haley calling it "an organisation that is not worthy of its name." It was the latest withdrawal by the Trump Administration from an international ...

Would you survive if Mt Taranaki erupted? - Newshub

A chilling new map shows the predicted death zone surrounding Mt Taranaki when it erupts. Taranaki Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) warns a volcanic event is "almost certain" within the next 50 years - and the consequences could be ...

Tower insurance premiums put the squeeze on homeowners - Stuff.co.nz

Tower Insurance is defending massive hikes in house insurance premiums for some home owners. Auckland homeowner Satyan Mehra was shocked to discover his Tower house and contents policy would cost almost $1000 more for this year's cover than it ...

'There was sewage everywhere' - Overflow destroys Auckland family's renovated home - TVNZ

A Givealittle page has been set up to help an Auckland family whose home was destroyed by a sewage overflow last week. A photo of the Bigwood family in front of their ruined home. Source: Give A Little. The Bigwood family had their "whole lives" in two ...

US President Donald Trump digs in heels on disturbing immigration policy - New Zealand Herald

US President Donald Trump has fired back after an outpouring of emotion over family separations at the United States border that has seen his government repeatedly compared to the Nazis. As his own supporters turn on him, the President stands firm, ...

Northland senior police officer faces another sex charge - Radio New Zealand

A senior Northland police officer faces a fresh charge of unlawful sexual connection. Exterior of the Auckland High Court. The High Court in Auckland Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly. Detective Inspector Kevin Burke has denied two charges of ...and more »

One person dead after car collides with truck on SH1 in Northland - TVNZ

One person has died after a car and truck crashed on State Highway 1 in Northland. A road closure sign in front of a Police vehicle. Source: 1 NEWS. Emergency services were called to the scene near Waipu shortly before 9am today. Southbound traffic has ...and more »

Bay councils consider fuel tax - SunLive

Mayor Greg Brownless says Tauranga City Council only supports a regional fuel tax in the Bay of Plenty as last resort if central government does not step up to help fund much-needed infrastructure. File photo. Three Bay of Plenty councils are among 14 ...and more »