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Terminations are currently allowed only where there is substantial risk to the life of the mother.

Abortion debate rages in Ireland ahead of referendum on whether to lift decades-old ban

In homes and pubs, on leaflets and lampposts and online, debate is raging ahead of today's vote.

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The average Kiwi family throws away hundreds of dollars of food every year.

The average NZ household throws away three trolleys of food a year - here's how to cut waste

Seven Sharp gets advice at the fridge door from a food waste expert.

The US President was speaking as he met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House.

Trump cancels summit, citing 'open hostility' by North Korea

Trump said in a letter to Kim released by the White House that he felt it was "inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting."

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Webster signed a three-year deal despite being dropped a year ago when he was charged with assault.

'I've done a lot of growing as a person' – bad boy Corey Webster ready to give back to Breakers after getting second chance

Webster signed a three-year deal despite being dropped a year ago when he was charged with assault.

An emotional Zuckerberg admitted mistakes were made under intense questioning by senators.

Facebook won't pay compensation for Cambridge Analytica case

Cambridge Analytica used the data of millions of Facebook users to target ads during the U.S. presidential vote.

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The National MP brought the Transport Minister's indiscretion to the attention of the House after someone told her about his call.

Collins says PM made 'a bit of a weak decision' not to accept Twyford's resignation over plane phone call

National's Judith Collins says someone told her about the phone call and she decided to check out whether it was right with a question in Parliament.

Missile that downed flight MH17 came from Russia-based military unit say investigators

All 298 passengers and crew were killed when the Malaysia Airlines plane was blown out of the sky over Ukraine in July 2014.

Roger Te Tai's wife Sally Anderson removed her own moko from business branding due to a backlash.

Moko artist defends controversial work giving pakeha traditional Maori tattoo

Auckland artist Inia Taylor said people should know his side of the story.

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'He was visibly shaken' – 1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch explains why Phil Twyford's phone call from plane is a 'big deal'

As Transport Minister, Mr Twyford should have known better than to make a call after the plane's doors had shut.

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Last week 91 octane petrol rose seven cents to just under $2.30 in Wellington and the South Island.

Midwife spent $11,000 on petrol in past year as prices continue to skyrocket

The cost of fuel has hit a record high in some parts of the country - in Wanaka it has hit $2.45.

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The horrifying attack happened in a parking lot in Philadelphia and police posted the surveillance video online.

Graphic warning: Road rage suspect hits man with sledgehammer after smashing windows from vehicle

The horrifying attack happened in a parking lot in Philadelphia and police posted the surveillance video online.

Warriors confirm signing of controversial talent-spotter Peter O'Sullivan

O'Sullivan had previously been a recruitment manager for the Storm and Roosters

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It's a Kiwi favourite, but with the price of lamb out of the reach of many, it's time we looked at using the whole animal.

Lamb's out of reach for many Kiwis so why not eat the tongue, gut and throat gland?

Seven Sharp goes down country to find out if we're looking at lamb all wrong.

Liam Gallagher meets up with estranged daughter Molly for the first time

The former Oasis front man said he had never met his 21-year-old daughter until last night.

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Lead investigator Tim McKinnel says the two-year investigation uncovered human trafficking, slavery and abuse on board tuna fishing vessels

Cockroaches, no toilets and murder – Greenpeace alleges horrifying conditions on overseas tuna fishing vessels

The two-year investigation found human trafficking and even murder is occurring on the high seas.

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Growers desperately need more than 1000 workers right away.

Kiwifruit packing company describes jobs as 's*** work'

The kiwifruit industry is still in crisis with a seasonal labour shortage of around 600 workers.

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The Reds skipper has been banned for two months by Rugby Australia for the failed test.

James Slipper breaks silence over positive cocaine test – 'I have been suffering from depression for a year'

The Reds skipper has been banned for two months by Rugby Australia for the failed test.

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Watch: Heartbroken Canterbury farmers desperate to stop 'horrendous' killing of 90 pregnant cows, on same day Government decides on M bovis plan

Gary and Lynda Burgess say killing the cows on the same day a decision might be made on how to manage the cow disease is barbaric.

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Panel recommends nurses get immediate three per cent pay rise and one-off $2,000 sum

The nurses' union says the pay offer doesn't enable parity with secondary school teachers until late in the piece.

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The governing body is working with major sponsor Nike to try and quickly fix the blunder.

Nike to supply Football Ferns jerseys in women's sizes, after initially ignoring female fans

The All Whites and Football Ferns' new kits were unveiled last week, but could only be bought in men's sizes.

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Gerry Brownlee was being admonished by Trevor Mallard when Ms Bennett interjected and was asked to leave.

Watch as National deputy Paula Bennett ordered out of Parliament by Speaker, a day after storming out of House

Gerry Brownlee was being admonished by Trevor Mallard when Ms Bennett interjected and was asked to leave.

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Footage allegedly filmed onboard from Australia led authorities to stop it sailing until a guarantee on safety standards.

No animal welfare breaches on 'shocking' live export voyage that saw 2400 sheep die

Horrific footage emerged last month of sheep dying in their own filth on a Middle East-bound ship.

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The Environment Ministry says the greener alternatives may do more harm than good.

Environment Ministry warns against using biodegradable and compostable bags

The ministry says the greener alternatives may do more harm than good to the environment.

Chiefs first-five Damian McKenzie passes during the Super 15 Rugby match - Chiefs v Blues played at FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand on Saturday 7 April 2018.

Copyright photo: © Bruce Lim / www.photosport.nz

Chiefs welcome back four All Blacks into starting line-up for clash with dangerous Waratahs

Nathan Harris, Brodie Retallick, Damian McKenzie and Anton Lienert-Brown are all back in action.

The President took to Twitter to saw they would try make it a "special moment" for world peace.

North Korea slams Pence remark, renews threat to quit historic summit with Trump

The US Vice President said it would be a "mistake" for the North Koreans to think they can "play" Trump.

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