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02:19
The Burwood project is New Zealand's most extensive - and expensive - hospital upgrade.

First major hospital for elderly's health, rehabilitation opens in Christchurch

Burwood Hospital is complete and ready to welcome its first patients.

01:45
The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

Kids with life-threatening illnesses get some special treatment

The group was treated to an action-packed weekend in Central Otago.

02:09
The government remains adamant that investors are not the problem, and says the housing market isn't failing.

Labour takes aim at property investors with tighter tax rule promises

The government remains adamant that investors are not the problem, and says the housing market isn't failing.

02:20
Colin loves to fly and there's probably not a person in Milton who hasn't been treated to a flight in his plane.

Goodsorts: Pilot and Handyman Colin Mitchell a high flyer

Colin loves to fly and there's probably not a person in Milton who hasn't been treated to a flight in his plane.

00:33
The new information relates to a massive leak of papers from the Panamanian law firm Mossac Fonseca.

More Panama Papers revelations due tomorrow morning

The new information relates to a massive leak of papers from the Panamanian law firm Mossac Fonseca.

01:55
Other cities look likely to follow the Manawatu city's lead, with smokers increasingly forced out of public places.

Smoking al-fresco to be a thing of the past as Palmerston North toughens rules

It's the first city in New Zealand to introduce the measures through a bylaw .

01:57
Commercial fishing practices are under scrutiny, with on-board monitoring squarely in the sights of critics.

Fishing industry hits back at fuming Greenpeace over new monitor contract

Trident Systems has links to key fishing industry players.

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Drivers warned of flooding in treacherous Karangahake Gorge

Police are on high alert and telling drivers to slow down.

Horse truck stolen from building site in Havelock North

Hard not to notice: Police on hunt for stolen horse truck

The truck, with a white and green horse box, was stolen from Havelock North.

00:26
Grant Robertson says the Government has a moral responsibility to ensure people are housed.

Government has a moral responsibility to ensure people are housed - Labour

Grant Robertson says Government must be an active player in urban development.

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Two charged following assault on police dog handler

Two men have been arrested following the incident in which the officer was knocked out.

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Person dies after being struck by train in Canterbury

St John Ambulance says it was called to the scene just before 9pm on Saturday, but the person was already dead.

Man, 19, seriously injured after crashing into power pole - photo supplied by Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter

Teen seriously injured after crashing into power pole

Emergency staff secured the downed wires and freed the driver.

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Newshub names replacement for Hilary Barry

Barry left MediaWorks on Friday after 23 years at the company.

Dunedin police are seeking to speak with a man seen in a car similar to this one, after he made inappropriate comments to a Fairfield school pupil.

Dunedin man sought after making inappropriate comments to pupil

The man was thought to be driving a light blue four-door hatchback.

02:11
Hundreds of firefighters - and other keen climbers - made their to the top to raise money for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

More than a million dollars raised in Sky Tower climb

Hundreds of firefighters - and other keen climbers - made their to the top to raise money for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

01:53
A wide variety of beautiful birds were on show at the event, which attracted large crowds.

All things fine and feathery at the Dunedin Poultry Show

A wide variety of beautiful birds were on show at the event, which attracted large crowds.

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Two people hurt in fire at Auckland clubrooms

The fire was caused by a deep fryer in the club room's kitchen.

02:41
Rental properties in some of the likely alternatives are in such short supply that critics say the plan is doomed to fail.

Government's money-to-move housing crisis solution labelled 'unworkable'

There are no state homes available in Waikato and what private housing there is is in hot demand.

02:02
New advice from the world's leading diabetes doctors says it's more costly to not have the expensive procedure than live with diabetes.

Stomach shrinking may be best option for obese diabetics

World experts say the procedure is better than diet and exercise, but our Health Minister isn't convinced.

02:13
The group will spend the coming winter on the island in the sub-Antarctic Sea after many Kiwis contributed to funding the journey.

Expedition underway to rid Antipodes Islands of pests

A team of thirteen will make the trip in what will be the biggest island pest eradication program since the Campbell Islands in 2002.

02:09
The mums, who have experience a devastating cancer diagnosis first-hand, are raising funds for cutting-edge Otago University genetic research.

Christchurch mums band together to help fight against cancer

Each week, three New Zealand families receive the news that their child has cancer - but a new group called REACH is helping to change that.

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The chick, which lives in front of a webcam at Taiaroa Head, was set upon by the sneaky cat - but was too big for it to manage.

Internet-famous albatross chick bothered by feral cat

The chick, which lives in front of a webcam at Taiaroa Head, was set upon by the sneaky cat - but was too big for it to manage.

No jail time for tourist driver after fatal crash

Kylee Anne Rakich was eight months pregnant when she was hit and killed in the car crash.

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