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Police say injuries are unknown at this stage but SH36 is closed in the area.
Chloe-May Kabealo was travelling with her family when their van plunged into a river.
Civil Aviation Authority investigators will interview witnesses tomorrow.
The bus collided with a truck, killing about 20 young children in South Africa overnight.
Emergency services were called to the scene on Georges Drive just before 6pm.
The bus went down a 100m bank on State Highway Two.
The plane crash-landed in a paddock at Dargaville.
The boy was wearing headphones and was unaware of the approaching train when he crossed the tracks.
One car has already been forensically examined, and police say the second will likely have damaged on the front.
This is why you always check your mirrors.
Police hope to resume the search tomorrow morning.
The incident in Kansas has prompted a new warning for hunters to identify their targets.
Police yesterday found a girl treading water nearby, but called off the search for the man last night.
The Fire Service isn't ruling out the fire, at a commercial laundry business, being suspicious.
Part of Lewis Pass Road is shut whilst emergency services clear the scene.
The pair are believed to have been out fishing.
Fatal shark attacks appear to have increased significantly in the state's waters.
Fire crews were called to Tegal Chicken in Henderson this morning.
The girl's family reportedly watched in horror from the beach as she was grabbed by the shark.
A small plane crashed beside a Lisbon supermarket.
It's believed the people were mixing chemicals for farming purposes.
The Fire service say the single-storey home is a Housing New Zealand property.
The accident happened north of Putaruru.
The accident happened in Sydenham just before 11pm yesterday.
Emergency services were called to the scene at 4am in Whangaparaoa, north of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the scene around 11:15pm.
The occupant was extricated from the vehicle.
A second swimmer has been taken to hospital.
Three people were injured in the accident that cut power to almost 700 homes last night.
The man was in hot pools with a group when he went into Taipo River to cool off.
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The PM says it's well worth spending the money to promote the country.
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