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02:15
Consumer law experts say the company had to believe it could trade its way out of trouble.

Dick Smith relaunched as online business by new owner

The 48-year-old company was forced to close after racking up around $400 million in debt.

Person killed by train in Canterbury

A police spokeswoman says the death happened just after 9am today at Tinwald in Ashburton.

Teenager admits Kawerau murder

An 18-year-old has pleaded guilty to murdering Todd Branch in March.

Lawyers of New Zealand: Stop your sloppy emails, please

Columnist Dita DeBoni wonders about the saga of the PM, the lawyer and the foreign trusts.

The man wanted over the aggravated robbery of the Petone BNZ.

Bank raid latest: Police release pic of beanie wearing fugitive

A man got away with cash yesterday after threatening staff.

00:28
Father of three Zoltan Buday is looking for someone who will help him buy a yacht to moor in west Auckland.

Man floats novel idea to provide his family with home in sky-high Auckland property market

If you want a place of your own in Auckland, have you ever considered living on a boat?

The study provided an excellent picture of the mutations which cause the disease, and further analysis could unlock new treatments.

Thousands sign petition calling for extension of free breast screening

Research shows a woman's risk of breast cancer is higher in her 70s than at 50.

00:13
Fog has blanketed parts of Auckland today, bring problems for morning commuters.

Heavy fog hits Auckland, 29 domestic flights affected

Fog has caused transport problems across Auckland this morning.

00:29
Greenpeace is blockading the Wellington ACC headquarters over the Ruataniwha irrigation scheme.

Greenpeace blockades ACC Wellington office with 6000 litres of cow sewage

The protesters oppose the Ruataniwha irrigation scheme.

Wellington commuters face lengthy delays after three car crash

The accident in the Ngauranga Gorge has queues back to Belmont.

00:37
"We catch people on the run everyday," the NZ Police prefaced this recruitment ad.

'Incredible' NZ police running man video sends the internet into a spin

The clip has garnered nearly four million views in less than a day.

00:40
Carlos Hotene used to drive without a licence, but now he’s a driving instructor.

Getting behind the wheel to put the brakes on unlicensed drivers

A programme has been launched to try and disrupt the trend of unlicensed young people on roads.

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Farmer shareholders face mounting debt despite Fonterra netting a $400 million profit in the last six months.

Dairy prices take a dive after ramped up output from Europe

But New Zealand's key export, whole milk powder, rose fractionally.

00:27
A young fisherman got front row seats to the ANZAC Trans-Tasman Offshore Series powerboat race.

'We just got owned!' - Gang of powerboats drench Auckland fishermen

Jesse Watson said he hoped his phone still worked after the ordeal, but was glad he "finished his filled roll" before it got wet.

03:34
What happens if you want to take your dancing beyond closed doors and actually learn pop star moves from professionals?

'Shut up and Dance' gets ordinary Kiwis dancing like Queen B and Biebs

The Wellington venture plans to expand to other cities.

01:56
So when will the golden weather end, and what effect is it having?

Indian summer lingers but will eventually get the push

"By June we'll bring back those roaring westerlies that bring us the more active, the cooler weather."

02:12
1994: Last transmission of Goodnight Kiwi and the Cat as Channel 2 begins 24 hour transmission.

Goodnight Kiwi? Ads stuck in a time warp when it comes to reflecting NZ's superdiversity

New research shows Kiwis don't want to be labelled as "beer swilling, rugby idiots".

04:40
"I was really surprised how much I could drink…" was the resounding consensus.

Low alcohol beer and wine growing in popularity

How many low alcohol drinks can be consumed before reaching the drink drive limit?

02:24
The potentially life-saving drug Opdivo comes as patients await a decision on whether Pharmac will fund Keytruda.

Cancer Society hopes new drug competition will give melanoma patients 'best possible deal'

The Cancer Society's advocating for one of either Opdivo or Keytruda to be funded.

Unexplained death in Rotorua under investigation

Police are carrying out enquiries to establish what happened at a Rotorua address.

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00:48
Mike Hosking says Leicester's win proves that good guys still win and that dreams do come true.

'The beauty of Leicester's win comes in stark contrast to another day of misery in rugby league'

Mike Hosking says Leicester's win proves that good guys still win and that dreams do come true.

00:44
Toni Street says in the case of three-year-old Moko Rangitoherir, there’s "No way in hell this is manslaughter".

'Our laws on child abuse need a review before we fail another child'

Toni Street says in the case of three-year-old Moko Rangitoherir, there’s "No way in hell this is manslaughter".

01:57
The smart motorway will "help ease congestion but is not expected to speed up travel".

Wellingtonians question new 'smart' motorway

The smart motorway will "help ease congestion but is not expected to speed up travel".

02:10
It used to be movies, and rugby matches, but now it’s TV shows like Game of Thrones as well.

Spoilers: How to stop people ruining your fun

It used to be movies, and rugby matches, but now it’s TV shows like Game of Thrones as well.

03:34
What happens if you want to take your dancing beyond closed doors and actually learn pop star moves from professionals?

Shut up and dance: 'It's about feeling good and not looking good'

What happens if you want to take your dancing beyond closed doors and actually learn pop star moves from professionals?

02:13
Opponents took their chance during Question Time to hammer the Prime Minister over the role he played in his lawyer’s lobbying of the government.

John Key: 'I did what any professional Prime Minister would do'

Opponents took their chance during Question Time to hammer the Prime Minister over the role he played in his lawyer’s lobbying of the government.

02:08
US Secretary of State John Kerry says foreign powers are close to reaching an understanding in Syria.

Push for US and Russia to restore new Syria cease-fire

Aleppo has remained on a knife's edge as rebels and government forces trade rockets and bombs across Syria's largest city.

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