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Sir Peter Blake's son in crew retracing ill-fated Antarctic voyage 100 years on

James Blake and two others are setting sail towards Antarctica, retracing Sir Ernest Shackleton's ill-fated voyage.


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Bar owners stand by bouncers who choked two patrons unconscious

The Christchurch bar owners say the two patrons were drunk and making death threats.


Asbestos discovered at Taranaki school fire

Fire raged early today in a block of eight classrooms at Hawera Intermediate School.

Truck fire forces closure of Kaimai Range highway

A large amount of diesel has spilled across two lanes.


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Invercargill house cordoned as police probe baby's death

Police say inquiries into the 17-month-old's death are in the initial stages.

'A pattern of disdain for the public's right to know' - court decision likely to change Govt's attitude to OIA

A High Court ruling has ordered Trade Minister Tim Groser to reconsider his refusal to release documents relating to the TPPA.


Russell Brand at mass in Auckland CBD before TVNZ invasion

A churchgoer has told of an unusual encounter with Russell Brand at St Patrick's Cathedral today.


Body recovered from Rotorua thermal pool, after grisly public find

Emergency services have stretchered out an adult body, which was earlier found by a member of the public in a hot pool at Kuirau Park.

Businessman allegedly sought financial gain from 1080 milk powder threat

Police have arrested a businessman over the threats made earlier this year.


Back in the Day: Coro's Kiwi fans get behind 'Free Deirdre' campaign

1998: NewtalkZB in Christchurch launches a campaign in response to Coronation Street story plot.


Bollywood star to front Kiwi tourism campaign in India

ONE News reporter Ryan Boswell met with Sidharth Malhotra, New Zealand’s new tourism ambassador to India.


Auckland police 'gravely concerned' for missing Indian student

The police launch has searched Auckland's Viaduct Harbour for Mandeep Singh, last seen outside a bar early on Sunday.


Alex Fisher's casket covered in toys and Scout badges

Alex's body was found on Waitarere Beach three days after he went missing.

Can you speak Mandarin? We want to employ you - NZ industries

Multiple sectors are opening up job opportunities to young Kiwis with an understanding of the language.


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Police concerned for missing Gore woman's safety

Bernese Fiveash was last seen at an address in Invercargill around 4pm yesterday.

Woman intercepted allegedly trying to smuggle $60k worth of contraband into Canterbury prison

The large find included synthetic cannabis, tobacco , drugs, cell phones, and SIM cards.

Kiwi found guilty of trying to join Syrian war

A Melbourne man with New Zealand citizenship has been found guilty of three charges of attempting to join the conflict in Syria.


Levin boy Alex Fisher's coffin is loaded into a hearse after his funeral

Alex’s body heads to its final resting place after his funeral today.


Man arrested over infant formula 1080 threat

Commissioner Mike Bush says the man is a businessman in his 60s.

Tolley defends Govt paying CYF 'trouble-shooter' $2K a day

Labour leader Andrew Little says the fee paid to Paula Rebstock is “disgraceful”


People arrive for the funeral of Alex Fisher

Guests arrive at the Levin Salvation Army Centre for Alex Fisher's funeral.

Wellington man behind bars after fatal king hit on a stranger last Christmas

Cruz Mason Murray was found guilty of manslaughter and will spend the next three years in jail.

High Court finds Government acted illegally in breaching OIA request

Trade Minister Tim Groser has been ordered to reconsider a request for information on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Young Hastings boy in critical condition after alleged home assault

A teenager will appear in court today charged with assaulting a child.


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Government seeking to get rid of more than 100 useless New Zealand laws

The proposed bill would reduce the total number of public acts in force by over 10%.

Govt invests millions in making NZ global 'food-for-health' leader

"The speed of change in Asia is frightening and there is a megatrend for consumers to be especially concerned about their food".

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