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Emily van Velthooven

South Auckland vigil underway for Christchurch shooting victims

Around 100 people have come with flowers to pay their respects to those killed.

Mr Chance has been missing nearly two weeks, after leaving his Auckland home in his red Nissan Skyline.

Person accused of murdering Auckland man Denver Chance appears in court

Mr Chance's body was found at a South Auckland property yesterday.

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Eels found living in Auckland stream that doesn't flow to sea - How did they get there?

The discovery of two eels below Grafton Bridge has boggled the minds of two ecologists.

Dozens of homeless Chinese workers seek visa change after company evicts them

The men, who were hired by National Personnel Limited (NPL), were kicked out of the company-provided accomodation on Monday.

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Clem and Karen Newby had just finished milking when they heard the enormous clap.

'You lose cows farming, it's a fact of life, but this was quite sad' - Waikato farmers on loss of four 'girls' in lightning strike

"If a worker had been following behind those girls there's no doubt they would have been struck," said Clem Newby.

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Man charged with attempted murder after woman, 18, stabbed on busy central Auckland street

The 18-year-old defendant was granted interim name suppression in court today.

US rapper Eminem's one-off Wellington show sold out in less than an hour

Tickets went on sale at 10am today, and it didn't take long for them to go.

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The 12-day tour will see the group retrace the steps of generations past.

Kiwi youths pay homage to 355 New Zealand soldiers killed in 1943 battle in Italy

Next month marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Orsogna.

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The Kiwi group have sold 50,000 tickets to their concert.

Six60 sells out show at Auckland’s Western Springs stadium

The Kiwi group have sold 50,000 tickets to their concert.

Simon Bridges helped organise medevac flight for New Zealand woman seriously ill in Bali to return home

The National Party leader, says some "concerned New Zealanders" approached him, wanting to donate $170K to facilitate the flight which would bring Abby Hartley back to NZ.

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Robbie Cederwall, 17, is being mourned by his friends and family after he died this morning.

Sobbing in court as teen pleads guilty to charges over ute crash that killed 18-year-old at Auckland beach

Judge Nevin Dawson granted continued interim name suppression for the 18-year-old at the North Shore District Court this morning.

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Five months ago Ngarangi Sadler thought she hit rock bottom. This morning, she discovered there was more to come.

'Mate you must feel stink' - South Auckland grandmother of five who lost everything in fire has message for those who stole container of fundraised items

Five months ago Ngarangi Sadler thought she hit rock bottom. This morning, she discovered there was more to come.

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Bright, who fears she has cancer, is asking for the mortgagee sale of her home to be halted.

Activist Penny Bright declines Auckland Council proposal to extend outstanding rates

The High Court has ordered for Ms Bright's house be sold to recover more than $35,000 in unpaid rates.

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The sailors picked up plastic and waste with locals at Takapuna Beach.

New Zealand joins international CleanSeas campaign to rid oceans of plastic waste

Associate Environment Minister Eugenie Sage made the announcement in Auckland today.

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Avian botulism is killing many ducks, and the actions of the public are likely to blame.

Time to stop taking bread to the pond - deadly disease ravaging duck population

Avian botulism is killing many ducks, and the actions of the public are likely to blame.

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Bird keepers at Auckland's Butterfly Creek animal enclosure are excited about the arrival of two new Kiwi birds, Opi and Tapu.

Watch: Pair of 'feisty' kiwi birds welcomed to new home near Auckland Airport

The arrival of kiwis, Opi and Tapu, mean tourists will have another Auckland location to see our iconic bird.

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Resource consent for the towering structure was granted without any notice to the community.

'It's an insult to the community' – West Auckland residents outraged at size of major storage unit

Resource consent for the structure was granted without any notice to the community.

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The change replaced pounds, shillings and pence with dollars and cents.

Today marks 50 years since New Zealand adopted the decimal currency system

The change replaced pounds, shillings and pence with dollars and cents.

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The technology is nothing new, having been around since the 1970s - but it's not just professional sailors mastering the flying boats.

A closer look at how foils let our sailors fly above the waves

The technology is nothing new, having been around since the 1970s - but it's not just professional sailors mastering the flying boats.

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