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Ex-Fonterra boss Craig Norgate dies in UK

Former Fonterra boss Craig Norgate has died in the United Kingdom, his son confirmed this evening.

Six-month-old's serious head injury investigated by police

A six-month-old child suffered a serious head injury near Wellington yesterday.


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Man accused of Kiwi's grisly murder committed to stand trial

An Australian man is accused of murdering Campbell Paterson and interfering with his corpse.

NZ is 'letting down the world and Pacific' with paltry emissions target, say critics

The Government's new target, released today, is reaching 30% less emmsions than 2005 by 2030.


Rug up Aucklanders, more storms tonight - then it gets cold, with possible hail

There's more rain and thunder in store, while it's already freezing cold down south.

NZ's raised climate change target labelled 'challenging' and 'paltry'

New Zealand is raising its climate change target.


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Man threatens to set himself ablaze in Auckland MP's office

A student has doused himself in petrol today at the National Party office in Papatoetoe.

London bombing survivor bursts into tears at being reunited with rescuer

Gill Hicks wasn't expected to live after a bomb blew-off her legs in the London terror attacks.


'I'm not an evil person' - Herald gossip writer Pebbles Hooper quits over tweet outrage

A NZ Herald gossip columnist has resigned from the paper following outrage over a tweet she sent last week.


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Further delays over hemp seed food sales in NZ, fears raised over roadside drug testing

Officials seem to be having trouble making up their minds over establishing food standards to allow the sale of hemp seed food products in NZ.

One donation revives NZ Book Awards

After a year-long hiatus, the New Zealand Book Awards is turning the page thanks to one generous donor.

Pregnant drinking 'socially pervasive' in New Zealand, study finds

Kiwi women commonly drink when pregnant, new international research says.

Kayaker death: Man wasn't wearing life jacket

A 21-year-old man is dead after falling from his kayak in rough surf at Opotiki, in the eastern Bay of Plenty.


NZ signs on to international shark protection agreement

New Zealand is one of almost 40 countries to sign up to an international agreement to help protect migratory sharks.

Public to have its say on how spy agencies should 'protect New Zealand and how'

The public will be able to make submissions as part of the independent review into the laws governing New Zealand's spy agencies.


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'Domination, arrogance': Why Waiheke Islanders wants to split from Auckland

Waiheke Island wants to shift away from big brother Auckland.

Manawatu Gorge closed after oil spill causes crash

An oil spill from a truck caused a vehicle crash on the Ashurst side of the gorge.

One of world's rarest humpback whales spotted in NZ (+ photo)

The sighting of a white humpback whale called Migaloo in Cook Strait has DOC excited.


Intimidating new haka revealed by Gisborne Boys' High School

A video of the Poverty Bay school's new haka was posted on social media.

61 Kiwis in overseas jails pleading for NZ Government help

Human rights advocates want Kiwis to be brought home to finish their sentences.

Exclusive: Top West Coast cops claim boss made slanderous remarks to media

Following a restructure the trio claim a Superintendent's comments portrayed them as incompetent.

Irishman's death in Wellington Harbour 'an unfortunate accident'

Finbarr Clabby had been out socialising with friends on Saturday night.

Thousands turn out in Dunedin to celebrate with the Highlanders

Highlanders supporters have turned out in force at a parade in Dunedin today to celebrate the team's success.

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