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The rule change means foreigners will now be allowed to purchase new apartments and rent them back to Kiwis.

Government relaxes rules on foreign buyer ban

Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters said it was a "smartening" of the policy, not a softening.

Auckland Māori Catholic school on the brink of closure

The government has announced it intends to close Hato Petera College which has only five remaining students.

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Health Minister Dr Clark said expectations were not created in the last eight months; instead they were created “in the last nine years of underfunding and neglect”.

National accuses Government of providing nurses with 'massively inflated' pay expectations

Health Minister Dr Clark said expectations were not created in the last eight months; instead they were created “in the last nine years of underfunding and neglect”.

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Two people stabbed in Grey Lynn, Auckland

One is in a serious condition and the other is in a moderate condition.

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A 53-year-old man has been charged  with cultivation and supplying cannabis

Search warrant uncovers large cannabis growing operation at Christchurch property

A 53-year-old man has been charged with cultivation and supplying cannabis.

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Michael Holland meets the elusive rider whose made headlines around the world.

Jockey talks about his incredible comeback win after falling from horse at Awapuni Racing Centre

Seven Sharp's Michael Holland meets the elusive rider whose made headlines around the world.

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Principals teaching, students being divvied up and teachers losing release time are all increasing practices at some schools.

Primary relief teacher shortage worsening in some parts of NZ

Primary schools say a relief teacher shortage is putting staff under pressure as the winter chill hits.

Hayden Poulter after his arrest in 1996.

NZ's 'first serial killer' released from prison on parole

Hayden Poulter had been serving three life sentences after being convicted of multiple murders.

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Mr Bridges had asked a question to PM Ardern if she was concerned Government policies would “significantly increase the cost of living for hard-working New Zealanders”.

Watch: Winston Peters labels National leader's question 'unadulterated nonsense' as fuel tax debate ignites in Beehive

Mr Bridges had asked a question to PM Ardern if she was concerned Government policies would “significantly increase the cost of living for hard-working New Zealanders”.

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Thomas Markle hinted he may have some royal grandchildren to enjoy soon.

Meghan Markle's father speaks of pain at not being able to attend royal wedding

Thomas Markle hinted he may have some royal grandchildren to enjoy soon.

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Kayaking in New Zealand is enjoying a golden era and there's proving to be strength in numbers.

New Zealand women's kayak team reaping the benefits of an ever-strengthening programme

Kayaking in New Zealand is enjoying a golden era and there's proving to be strength in numbers.

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They dropped off more than 1000 pairs of kicks to the Auckland school.

Watch: Charity makes biggest shoe delivery of the year to grateful South Auckland kids

KidsCan dropped off more than 1000 pairs of kicks to a Mangere East school.

02:35
Allegations against Andreas Heraf include incidents of intimidation and scare tactics which created a miserable team environment.

Exclusive: Andreas Heraf's future as Football Ferns coach hanging by a thread after latest revelations in player letters

Allegations against Heraf include incidents of intimidation and scare tactics which created a miserable team environment.

New details emerge in rapper XXXTentacion's shock death during robbery

The rapper was in a black BMW i8 when two armed suspects approached him.

Millie Bobby Brown shames cyber bullies at MTV Awards

The Stranger Things star tackled online bullies face on as she sent a video message played at the awards.

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A new report says if KiwiBuild homes are constructed to minimum standards that could cost families in the long run.

Report raises concern over quality of Government's KiwiBuild houses

Economist Shamubeel Eaqub blames our poor building code for our inadequate homes.

Michael Maguire wants everyone to take ownership for the team’s results.

Kiwis play down difficulties they face heading into controversial Denver Test

The location of the clash with England has drawn ire from critics and clubs.

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The soon-to-be acting PM gave his opinion on youth no longer being forced to vacate seats on Wellington buses.

Winston Peters suggests youth should 'get off their big half-acre' on buses for seniors

From July, seniors are no longer entitled a seat on Wellington buses.

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The rule change means foreigners will now be allowed to purchase new apartments and rent them back to Kiwis.

Government relaxes rules on foreign buyer ban

The rule change means foreigners will now be allowed to purchase new apartments and rent them back to Kiwis.

David Scott.

'I've had to live it': Victim speaks out after Kapiti councillor convicted, fined for rubbing his genitals against her

David Scott, 71, was accused of rubbing his genitals against a female staff member during a council morning tea last year.

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Savea said he weighed up the options, but he had to do what was best for his family.

Julian Savea says he weighed up 2019 World Cup chances in departure decision - 'It was too much of a risk'

Savea said he weighed up the options, but he had to do what was best for his family.

The Minsiter of Health answers on Q+A how the government will have enough to adequately fund New Zealand’s health sector.

Health Minister calls for immediate review of DHB move to alter Nelson after-hours mental health service for kids & teens

Four political parties sent a letter urging him to stop the planned changes to the Child Adolescent Mental Health Service.

Jury finds father guilty of murdering his nine-month-old daughter in Turangi

Donovan Michael Duff had always maintained his innocence over the murder charge.

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