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03:05
Peter Dunne.

Dunne keeps promise, sends cannabis medications list to doctors, pharmaceutical groups

The Associate Health Minister has provided a list of approved medicinal cannabis products.

00:33
Senior Sergeant Alastair Dickie says things went from bad to worse and the man lost a lot of blood.

Man's hand remains 'just' attached after Dunedin machete attack

The hand was still attached to his body, but only just.

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00:16
The woman was attacked on the footpath outside shops in Taita early yesterday morning.

Woman seriously assaulted on Lower Hutt footpath

The woman was attacked early this morning in Taita.

01:27
The man who filmed the incident says there were 'another half a dozen near misses' over a 40km stretch of road.

Watch: Exasperated local films car weaving erratically across Otago's notorious Crown Range

A local witness says such instances of dangerous driving occur "every day" in the area.

01:44
Two cordons have been lifted, allowing those who have been evacuated for a week to return to their properties.

State of emergency extended for Port Hills fires

The decision on the extension was brought forward one day to not interfere with the earthquake anniversary.

01:28
The men walked away empty-handed, but left a pretty good clue to their identities after failing to cover up in time.

Watch: Pair caught on CCTV checking out property in swanky Auckland suburb

CCTV footage reveals a ham-fisted attempt to burgle an Auckland home.

01:44
Two cordons have been lifted, allowing those who have been evacuated for a week to return to their properties.

'Really excited to get home' – hundreds of Christchurch residents head home after Port Hills blaze

Two cordons have been lifted, allowing those who have been evacuated to return home.

00:26
The collapse at the old Panmure Bridge left four people in the water and sparked a big emergency services response.

Video: Massive scaffolding section collapses underneath Auckland bridge

Emergency services were called to the scene on Pakuranga Rd just before 10am.

03:24
Despite the problems being faced by some New Zealanders, lowering the price on tampons and pads isn't on the government's radar.

Massive support for NZ drug-buying agency Pharmac to fund pads and tampons

The swell of support came after Pharmac announced it was considering subsidies on sanitary products.

Person in serious condition after truck collides with car in Whangarei

The accident took place on State Highway One on the Kamo Bypass.

00:43
Nearly 30 spots around the city have been established where freedom campers will be encouraged to park.

Council 'flying squads' to deal with problematic Auckland freedom campers

The council says it will act on any residents' concerns as 29 spots have been designated for tourists.

Maryan Street.

Maryan Street rules out return to Parliament

The former Labour MP says she's decided not to accept a spot on the party's list.

Delays expected after pedestrian struck and injured on Auckland highway

The accident happened near the Main Ellerslie Highway near Ellerslie Park Road.

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Kayaker saves life of unconscious companion in epic survival tale near Taupo

An attempt to ride a 25m waterfall nearly ended in tragedy yesterday.

00:39
Residents were allowed temporary access to their homes inside cordons this morning.

Around 100 Port Hills households allowed home after more cordons lifted

Residents at Kennedys Bush Rd and Hoon Hay Valley Rd will be allowed home this morning.

03:41
The Black Falcons has had a makeover after a two year hiatus.

Black Falcons take over from Red Checkers in aerobatics display at Ohakea tattoo this weekend

"I only feel a little bit sick," was Seven Sharp reporter Kristin Hall's verdict on her flight with the squad.

04:50
There are 37 irrigation bans in drought-prone Hawke's Bay, bet bottling companies are taking the local water for free to sell at a profit.

'You go to the supermarket and pay $3.50 for our water they've bottled for free' - fuming Hawke's Bay resident

Nearly a dozen companies have been granted consent to take water from underground aquifers.

00:29
Empty food banks and drops in emergency food grants affecting are affecting our most vulnerable – report.

'Living wage' to go up 40 cents to $20.20 an hour in July

A living wage of $20.20 is nearly $5 an hour more than the current minimum wage.

02:49
In Washington, teachers whose performance was linked to pay quickly became 'teaching superstars'.

Should teachers be paid based on their performance?

Seven Sharp spoke to several New Zealand teachers who are against a performance-based pay.

02:15
Football NZ and ACC have paired up with a new warm up routine, putting more emphasis on stretching.

Like keeping fit? Stretching reduces injuries by 50 per cent

Football NZ and ACC have paired up with a new warm up routine, putting more emphasis on stretching.

03:41
The Black Falcons has had a makeover after a two year hiatus.

Pilot in NZ Airforce's aerobatics team has 'pinch myself moments most days'

The Black Falcons has had a makeover after a two year hiatus.

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