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Police in Utah are still looking for the woman who left the store without calling an ambulance for the man.

The disturbing moment a woman steals a shop worker's wallet while he's having a seizure

The woman left the store in Utah without calling an ambulance for the man.

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After the first leg in Wellington on November 11, both sides will race to Peru for the return fixture.

NZ Football boss says 'preferred option' sees All Whites and Peru share a plane to South America

After the first leg in Wellington, both sides will race to Peru for the return fixture.

03:44
Locals say they are sick and tired of paying a hefty monthly line service fee, which often costs more than the power itself.

Angry King Country power customer calls for royal commission into pricing nationwide

King Country residents say they're being held to ransom by The Lines Company with hefty monthly lines fees.

02:08
Stretched staffing on Auckland's North Shore has seen a cut to inpatient beds at the Waitamata DHB, it says.

Hospitals around NZ battling to find enough mental health workers

Mental health services have been described as the "poorer cousin" of DHB funding.

00:24
Te Maire Martin was linked with a mid-season switch from the Panthers, before heading to the Cowboys.

'It's a truly humbling feeling' - NZ's Te Maire Martin amping over World Cup inclusion

The Cowboys five-eighth can add to his one Test cap at the tournament.

Demonstrators shout slogans as thousands of people march to protest the Catalan government's push for secession from the rest of Spain in downtown Barcelona, Spain, Sunday Oct. 8, 2017. Sunday's rally comes a week after separatist leaders of the Catalan government held a referendum on secession that Spain's top court had suspended and the Spanish government said was illegal.(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Spain's top court rules Catalonia independence referendum illegal

Spain's Constitutional Court said the law was against national sovereignty and "indissoluble unity of the Spanish nation".

Iraqi security forces and Popular Mobilization Forces patrol in Tuz Khormato, that was evacuated by Kurdish security forces, 130 miles (210 kilometers) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. Two weeks after fighting together against the Islamic State, Iraqi forces pushed their Kurdish allies out of the disputed city of Kirkuk on Monday, seizing oil fields and other facilities amid soaring tensions over last month's Kurdish vote for independence. (AP Photo)

Thousands of civilians stream back to Kirkuk, taken by Iraq

Just a day ago civilians fled as Iraqi troops pushed Kurdish forces out of the disputed oil-rich city.

01:07
The Kiwi director says New Zealand has a clean green image, but in reality it is the complete opposite.

The Kiwi director says New Zealand has a clean green image, but in reality it is the complete opposite.

Watch: 'I'm not very proud' – Taika Waititi speaks his mind on the environmental, poverty and housing issues hurting Kiwis

00:19
Sweden's Mikaela Lauren landed the first shot before her bout with Cecilia Braekhus.

Watch: Boxer lays kiss on opponent in pre-fight staredown, gets slapped in return

Sweden's Mikaela Lauren landed the first shot before her bout with Cecilia Braekhus.

00:35
Inspector Daniel Bragg said ambulance and police were “visibly distressed” after responding to a knife attack on a Brisbane baby today.

Brisbane inspector says police visibly distressed after baby has face allegedly slashed by grandmother

A Brisbane woman is charged with attempted murder of her four-month-old grandson.

02:15
Lundy is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife Christine and seven-year-old daughter Amber in 2000.

Lundy is serving a life sentence for the murder of his wife Christine and seven-year-old daughter Amber in 2000.

Watch: 'He's a big fat so and so ... and did you see his performance at the funeral?' – Mark Lundy's lawyer tells court of 'elephant in the room'

Helicopter joins search for stolen police car in Bay of Plenty

Police say their car was taken in Murupara tonight.

00:26
The Nelson campaigner, who fought for her late son to have access to cannabis products before he died, appeared in court today.

The Nelson campaigner appeared in court on three charges.

Medical cannabis advocate Rose Renton in Nelson court on drug charges

02:03
Tainui Primary School is more than 11,000km away from China, but that hasn't stopped them embracing the language and culture.

Tokoroa primary school students 'embracing Mandarin' during Chinese Language Week

Students at Tainui Full Primary School have been learning Mandarin for the past year.

00:26
Nathan McIntosh and promoter Carl Groves didn’t hold back against Louis Adolphe.

'I'll be amazed if he ever boxes again' – victim of cheap shot slams coward after boxing disqualification

Nathan McIntosh and promoter Carl Groves didn’t hold back against Louis Adolphe.

01:53
Winston Peters said today the party had made lots of progress on policy, but needs to speak with Labour and National once again.

Analysis: 'These talks are proving far more complex'– 1 NEWS' Corin Dann on ongoing NZ First talks

Winston Peters said NZ First had made lots of progress on policy, but needs to speak with Labour and National again.

02:25
Ophelia's tail winds also caused wildfires in Portugal and Spain.

Tens of thousands of homes were without power and the military was placed on standby.

Ireland shuts down as violent winds, rain from deadly Hurricane Ophelia smash the country

00:57
The NZ First leader says they are "98 per cent there" on the policy issues.

Winston Peters meets with English and Ardern following marathon NZ First discussion

The NZ First leader says his party are "98 per cent there" on the policy issues.

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Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com - 01/11/16 - Rugby League - 2016 Ladbrokes Four Nations - New Zealand Kiwis Training - Etihad Campus, Manchester, England - Te Maire Martin. www.photosport.nz

'It'll be a dream come true' - Te Maire Martin relishing playing for Kiwis alongside Shaun Johnson

Martin will most likely play at five-eighth in the tournament later this month.

00:42
The hooded man approaches from behind as father and daughter visit market stalls in the Chinese city of Jiamusi.

The hooded man approaches from behind as father and daughter visit market stalls in the Chinese city of Jiamusi.

Watch: Protective father aims kick at man who tries to snatch his daughter

One person dies after falling from cliff on Auckland's North Shore

Emergency Services attended the fall at Mairangi Bay this afternoon.

00:26
The Nelson campaigner, who fought for her late son to have access to cannabis products before he died, appeared in court today.

Medical cannabis advocate Rose Renton in Nelson court on drug charges

Rose Renton faces three charges of possessing and supplying a Class B drug.

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