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Large waves close roads in Porirua

Police have closed two roads as a precaution after waves became a risk to traffic.

Digger catches fire inside shed in Mount Maunganui

Six crews were sent to battle the inferno inside a food storage building.

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Sexual assault victim advocate Louise Nicholas says more historic sex abuse survivors are coming forward now.

'People are starting to get their head around the fact it's not a crime of shame'

Sexual assault victim advocate Louise Nicholas says more sex abuse survivors are coming forward.

One lucky Kiwi $1 million richer after winning first division

The winning ticket was sold at New World Stonefields in Auckland.

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Police were called to the Orakei Reserve in Okahu Bay after a body was found in dense bush.

Body found in central Auckland reserve too decomposed to be identified

Police were called to the Orakei Reserve in Okahu Bay after a body was found in dense bush.

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The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

ONE News evening weather report: Saturday 23 July

The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

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Authorities urge Upper Hutt residents to search backyards, sheds and bushes for Mary Berrington.

Police to 'scale back efforts' in search for missing Upper Hutt woman

Mary Berrington was last seen on Tuesday evening around 9:30pm.

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These stunned crabbers took croc pot to a new level when they pulled in their net.

'Look what the boys caught' - Aussie crabbers haul in large croc stuck in a crab pot

The croc can be seen curled up in the pot, which was hauled in off the coast of Queensland.

Stroke and heart attack screenings falling short - report

An epidemiological study says screening hasn't helped reduce stroke numbers in the past decade.

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Police were called to a Mount Albert address at 3am when a drunken disorder spilled out onto the street.

Man discharged from hospital after nail gun assault in Auckland

A drunken party spilled out onto a Mount Albert street overnight before the incident took place.

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The body was discovered by a civilian walking in Orakei Reserve in the Auckland suburb of Okahu Bay.

Body found in dense bush of Auckland suburb

Police are currently trying to identify the body after a person discovered the deceased in dense bush.

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Authorities urge Upper Hutt residents to search backyards, sheds and bushes for Mary Berrington.

Divers search river for missing Upper Hutt woman

Today search and rescue teams are in their fourth day of looking for Mary Berrington.

Man charged with murder after stabbing in Kaitaia

One man has died and another has appeared in court charged with murder after a stabbing attack in Kaitaia overnight.

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TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett has the latest weather forecast.

Heavy rains, damaging winds on the way

South Island residents are being warned to brace for slips, surface flooding and rising rivers.

Nasty parasite closes Porirua pool after multiple reports of sickness

The pool will be closed for two days while it is completely cleaned.

Investigation continues after burglary of prestige car yard

Nine late model cars were stolen from a Wairau Park yard two weeks ago.

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Hundreds have turned up in Auckland's Mangere this evening to camp out in their cars in a show of solidarity for the growing number of homeless families.

Sleep in cars protest planned in Napier, Hamilton to highlight homelessness

The idea is to show solidarity with "those for whom living this way has become an appalling reality", organisers say.

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Graham Hoete said he wanted to go “and do it as a gift from myself and NZ” and that he “feels like a little kid with crayons”.

'Find out what your gift is' says Maori artist after Prince, Steven Adams murals make news in US

Graham Hoete, or "Mr G", is now waiting on permission from Mohammed Ali's family to do a mural of him next.

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Graduate nurses have hopes broken after computer glitch

False job offers were sent out to almost 300 graduate nurses by the DHB - only to have the offers retracted.

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Birkenhead Brewery Company offended Te Arawa by naming and using pictures of revered Maori ancestors, Hinemoa and Tutanekai.

Brewery receives death threats over use of Maori ancestors

Birkenhead Brewery Company offended Te Arawa by naming and using pictures of revered Maori ancestors.

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By not admitting guilty, Smith retains his right to appeal his sentence if action he's taking against Brazilian authorities is successful.

Paedophile and fugitive Phillip Smith's case sets NZ precedent

By not admitting guilty, Smith retains his right to appeal his sentence if action he's taking against Brazilian authorities is successful.

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It’s game bird season, and despite pukekos appearing beautiful and colourful – farmers are partial to a bit of a cull.

The hunt is on as pukeko numbers swell

They were once a protected species, but the pukeko has multiplied abundantly, so their numbers need reducing.

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Edmund Fordyce had open heart surgery at nine days old, but that hasn’t stopped him dreaming of being a croquet champion.

Meet the teen croquet sensation with a broken heart

Edmund Fordyce had open heart surgery at nine days old, but that hasn’t stopped him dreaming of being a croquet champion.

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It’s the native bird some love to hate, so is the pukeko hunting season an opportunity to dine out?

Pukeko breast anyone? Toni tackles the taste test

It’s the native bird some love to hate, so is the pukeko hunting season an opportunity to dine out?

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The much-anticipated blueprint is the new rulebook on what, where and how people can build in the fast-growing city.

Auckland Unitary Plan hits council desks as pressure mounts to boost housing

The long-awaited plan is the new rulebook on what, where and how you can build in New Zealand's fast-growing city.

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