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Phoenix Foundation to play unusual bush venue:

February 24th, 2017

Alternative indie band The Phoenix Foundation is performing in the city on Sunday when Rainbow Springs brings in another original, quality Kiwi act for its summer series.The Rotorua concert is the third in Rainbow Springs Summer...

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Spaghetti Junction partly blocked by crash:

February 24th, 2017

A crash is blocking the middle southbound lane of Auckland's Southern Motorway at Spaghetti Junction.NZTA said road users should expect delays and take care when passing the crash, which is near the Northwestern Motorway link. ...

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Schools in lockdown, shots heard, major police operation in Remuera:

February 24th, 2017

Three schools are in lockdown and a major police operation is unfolding after police received reports a woman is injured in Remuera's Woodley Avenue.Multiple police cars, the Armed Offenders Squad and a police helicopter are in...

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Police Commissioner's drink driving admission: I was hugely disappointed in myself:

February 24th, 2017

Police Commissioner Mike Bush has opened up about a historic drink driving conviction, saying he was - and remains - "hugely disappointed" in himself.In his weekly blog that is distributed to the media and all police staff, Bush...

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Man arrested following gang-related shooting in Whangarei:

February 24th, 2017

A 21-year-old man has been arrested after a gang-associated shootout in Whangarei.People were heard shouting and fighting in a house on Clark St in Kamo before five people were shot on Wednesday night. The man has not been charged...

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Baby hit by car north of Auckland:

February 24th, 2017

A baby has been hurt after being hit by a car at a residential property in Makarau, north of Auckland about 7am today.The 1-year-old did not have life-threatening injuries and was expected to fully recover, police said. St John...

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Pakuranga sports bar blaze being treated as suspicious:

February 24th, 2017

A destructive blaze at a Pakuranga sports bar is being treated as arson.Emergency services were called to the Lowlander Bar and Grill around 5am today. Fire Service northern shift manager Jaron Phillips said seven fire engines...

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Police investigate death after Christchurch woman Nicole Morris falls from moving car:

February 24th, 2017

The death of 30-year-old Nicole Morris after a fall from a moving vehicle last month is being investigated.Morris died in Christchurch Hospital on February 19. She was found on Bealey Ave in Christchurch on January 27.Detective...

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Watch NZH Local Focus: Trendy little libraries for Huntly:

February 24th, 2017

It's all hands on deck at the Huntly Menzsheds.Volunteers are building six "little free libraries" for the Huntly community.The hope is that it will not only foster an interest in reading but also new friendships.Manager of...

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Details of inquiry into fuel prices released:

February 24th, 2017

Energy Minister Judith Collins says an inquiry into fuel prices will be an "in-depth'' probe into whether New Zealanders are paying a fair price at the pump.Collins has released the terms of reference for the inquiry into the financial...

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Flaxmere man guilty of killing 2-year-old stepson:

February 24th, 2017

A Flaxmere man has been found guilty today of killing his 2 year-old stepson.The jury at the High Court in Napier have just returned their verdicts of guilty on both charges after six hours of deliberations. Tamehana Huata, 19,...

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Trial set for Christchurch GP Dr Rakesh Chawdhry on allegations he sexually assaulted male patients:

February 24th, 2017

A Christchurch doctor accused of indecently assaulting male patients will stand trial this year. Rakesh Kumar Chawdhry, 61, will stand trial in November on 16 sex charges alleged to have happened while working as a GP at the Riccarton...

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Community rallies to support Long Bay College after accidental fire ravaged classrooms:

February 24th, 2017

The fire that razed Long Bay College's technology block was accidental, say inspectors.The school's technology block is in ruins after the fire raced through the large building just after 2.30am today. The fire claimed about 14...

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Big day out for nan and mokopuna Te Matatini:

February 24th, 2017

It was a fairly simple choice for 5-year-old Mareikura Te Nahu yesterday at national kapa haka festival Te Matatini in Hastings. She wanted to be like her nan.It was thus an obliging nan Anahera Bowen and a happy mokopuna as the...

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Lifestyle hopes smashed by development:

February 24th, 2017

An Omanu family's lifestyle hopes have been dashed by a developer's plans to build a three-storey apartment block beside their back fence.Anna and Chris Sands moved into their new home on Taupo Ave four years ago when their neighbours...

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Christchurch rates increase slightly higher than forecast:

February 23rd, 2017

Rates are likely to increase by 5.5 per cent at the end of June.The Christchurch City Council has released its draft annual plan for the next financial year.It will be discussed at a special city council meeting on Tuesday. Public...

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Firefighters could be at Port Hills for four weeks:

February 23rd, 2017

Firefighting operations could continue at Port Hills for up to a month as thermal imaging is still identifying new hotspots that could flare up within the fire zone.A Christchurch Civil Defence update said the area was still an...

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Police commissioner Mike Bush admits historical drink driving charge:

February 23rd, 2017

Commissioner Mike Bush has today admitted a historical drink drive conviction.He made the admission in his weekly blog, distributed to media. Bush was convicted in 1983."I am using today's blog to make you aware of a response...

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Strange lights spotted over Tauranga:

February 23rd, 2017

It was just before bedtime, and Colton Lambert was having a smoke outside his Papamoa home when he chanced to look up towards the stars.Just below the pot of Orion, and a little to the left, he saw a bright red light that he at...

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Cricket rape trial: Scott Kuggeleijn found not guilty:

February 23rd, 2017

Northern Districts cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn is a free man after a jury found him not guilty of rape moments ago in the Hamilton District Court. Family members in the dock burst into tears and applauded the not guilty verdict,...

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