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00:09
A man took only a few seconds to enter and leave the Sri Thai Restaurant, with a tip jar containing about $60.

Watch: I'll take that! Man caught on camera slipping tip jar under his jacket and walking out of Napier restaurant

A man took only a few seconds to enter and leave a restaurant with a tip jar, but clearly wasn't aware he was being filmed.

00:59
Esther Pakura says 16-year-old Jacob loved life, his friends, and his skateboard. He died in a suspected hit and run at the weekend.

Auckland man charged over hit-and-run that left teen skateboarder dead

Jacob Pakura was found badly injured in New Lynn on Saturday night and died shortly afterwards.

01:48
New Zealand has an apple shortage - so when will it be over?

'All of a sudden, I've gone into a fruit shop and they don't have any apples'

New Zealand has an apple shortage - so when will it be over?

02:14
One camp ground operator noticed something wasn't right when he saw people were carrying containers from his site.

Water theft hits Northland as the big dry continues

One camp ground operator noticed something wasn't right when he saw people were carrying containers from his site.

03:26
For some, working on the restoration project has been a dream come true.

Race against time to get Sir Edmund Hillary's hut fully restored for Scott Base's big birthday

For some, working on the restoration project has been a dream come true.

02:15
Nearly 3000 junior doctors walked off the job this morning for the second time in four months.

'I'm tired of striking, but we need a binding agreement'

Nearly 3000 junior doctors walked off the job this morning for the second time in four months.

Man incorrectly locked in Masterton court cells for two nights

The man was discovered yesterday morning after an unplanned stay in court.

02:18
Corrections bosses have put into place an emergency plan that will see women sleep overnight at the courthouse.

Soaring female prison population could see inmates sleeping in court cells

Female prisoners could be driven to a nearby court for the night and returned to jail the next morning as a last resort, 1 NEWS can reveal.

00:40
Hundreds of Mongrel Mob members blocked access to this Whakatane road.

Video: Hyped-up Mob members take over Whakatane road during funeral procession

Hundreds of Mongrel Mob members blocked access to this Whakatane road.

Missing North Shore woman Pat Wearn

Concerns mount for missing North Shore woman who has Alzheimer's

Residents are asked to search sheds, garages, and places for Pat Wearn, 73.

00:28
A 100-plus procession of Mongrel Mob members proceed towards a small group of Black Power members before gun shots are fired.

Video: The terrifying moment shots are fired during Mongrel Mob funeral procession in Bay of Plenty

More than 100 Mongrel Mob members travelled today through what is regarded as "Black Power turf".

00:15
Tensions were high in Whakatane today as a funeral procession from Kawerau passed through town.

Watch: Onlookers heckle Mongrel Mob funeral procession as armed cops stand guard

Tensions were high in Whakatane today as a funeral procession from Kawerau passed through town.

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All but one of the school's buildings have been given the all-clear for use.

20,000 quake-hit students get an emergency NCEA exam grade

The 7.8 Kaikoura quake on the first major exam day of 2016 was followed by flooding in the Hutt Valley the following day.

National is still looking strong on 48 per cent, while the Labour-Greens are close behind on 41 per cent in the polls.

Labour, Greens to host joint State of Nation in break with tradition

Labour leader Andrew Little says the joint event later this month is a sign of the two parties' continued co-operation.

Truck involved in crash on Napier/Taihape road

Driver leaps from truck, moment before it slams into bank and rolls

The incident took place on the Napier-Taihape Rd this morning.

Scrub fire burns near Taupo

Fire crews were concerned strong winds could cause the blaze to get out of control.

00:25
Lianne Dalziel says the new complex will be an "awesome" facility for the people in the east.

Mayor turns first sod for 'awesome' new swimming pool for Christchurch's east

The pool complex will replace the demolished quake damaged QEII Recreation and Sports Centre.

01:48
New Zealand has an apple shortage - so when will it be over?

Where are all the apples? Supermarkets struggling to fill their shelves

You're not alone if you've noticed something different of late in your supermarket.

02:17
Jacob Pakura, 16 was struck by a vehicle when he was skateboarding in New Lynn on Saturday night.

Police checking motorway cameras as appeal for skateboarder hit-and-run info continues

His mother has urged anyone with information to please come forward.

01:03
Thousands of people are expected to wear the hats in marches across the world over the weekend.

Kiwis 'afraid of incoming Trump administration' to march in solidarity with 'largest demonstration in America's history'

Aucklanders will join hundreds of thousands around the world participating in a Women's March.

Otaki three-car crash

Three injured in smash on SH1 north of Wellington

The three-car crash has forced the closure of the highway.

00:18
Bill English says New Zealand will be supporting Australia, who has slammed Japanese whalers caught by Sea Shepherd with an Antarctic minke whale on board.

PM: Japanese whaling 'disappointing' - but Aussie MP says just disappointment 'won't cut it'

An Antarctic minke whale was allegedly photographed on board a Japanese whaling ship on Sunday.

A busy intersection controlled by traffic lights in Auckland

Opinion: An idea to avoid waiting at red lights - when you're the only car at intersection

'I'm no town planner or traffic designer, but as a motorist I've always preferred a roundabout intersection,' writes Luke Appleby.

Wellington's former mayor denied request for tattoo as leaving gift from taxpayers

Celia Wade-Brown thought a tattoo would be the best reminder of her time as mayor.

Eight subjects are due to be assessed today, and the NZQA is advising students to get in touch with their school to see if the tests are going ahead.

NCEA results awaiting thousands of Kiwi high school students

The anxious wait for exam results is finally over.

Three tourists rescued after becoming stranded overnight in Fiordland National Park

Police say the trio were not equipped for a night outdoors.

Eight subjects are due to be assessed today, and the NZQA is advising students to get in touch with their school to see if the tests are going ahead.

'It can be an emotional and confronting time for teens' - NCEA results released today

Around 160,000 students took part in the assessments at level one, two and three.

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