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Luke Appleby
A traveller takes a photo in Bali, Indonesia.
The Kiwi accent is apparently the world's sexiest ... but is it really? Stats NZ talks dirty on the validity of that poll
The Privacy Commission has warned landlords that they shouldn't be collecting information which could be used to discriminate against potential tenants - but most do.
Many rental agencies may be breaching Privacy Act according to new guidelines on tenant applications
Talula Hodder and her son Theodore, who received a letter from the IRD about his earnings despite on being seven months old.
IRD error leads to babies being sent income tax letters
Streaming services like Netflix have slowly led to a decrease in peer-to-peer file sharing.
InternetNZ says copyright law is ‘irrelevant and unused,’ as file sharing crackdown whimpers out
Rail and Maritime Transport Union (RMTU) strike outside Britomart Station in central Auckland on Wednesday, May 15.
Rail union says safety checks and maintenance on Auckland trains will be piling up as strike action continues
A file image of a melanistic Indian jaguar - also known as a black panther.
New Zealanders share stories of encountering claimed South Island panther-like creature
A file image of property management company Oxygen in a composite image of someone holding cash.
Renters given refunds after big property manager caught charging 'key money' by plucky Wellington tenant
A melanistic jaguar - or 'black panther' at the Henry Doorly Zoo in the US.
'This was no feral cat' - Marlborough couple say they nearly hit a black panther on SH1 north of Kaikoura
A composite file image of property firm Barfoot & Thompson.
Rental property company Barfoot & Thompson hikes tenant change fee 140 per cent to $400
One of the 'Rental Insider' marketing emails sent out by Barfoot & Thompson.
Barfoot & Thompson defends marketing tactics after adding 15,000 tenants to email list without their knowledge
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Former mayoral candidate says police took his guns because he 'supports Trump'
Wigan Warriors prop Ben flower leans over Kiwi Lance Hohaia to punch him a second time the head after dropping him with a first punch in 2014. He received a six-month ban.
Opinion: If you want to punch someone, take up MMA - not rugby
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The military says the exercises provide valuable training for armourers and flight crews.
Critics say NZ military has wasted millions training for highly unlikely bombing operations
Smoke rises from a landfill fire in Hampton Downs.
Hampton Downs residents upset after landfill fire robs them of drought-busting rain
Lita Lee Christiansen
Exclusive: Filipino shipping agent escaped jail time after 225k un-taxed cigarettes found in container she arranged
Some of the images of discoloured water coming out of the taps in Napier during 2018, sent to 1 NEWS by frustrated residents.
Napier City Council rules out compensation for brown tap water as survey suggests most residents are still unhappy with chlorination
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Former Prime Ministers and Governors' General were paid million in annuities last year.
$3.7m in travel and annuities paid out to former Prime Ministers, Governors-General and spouses over past five years
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Four arrests after machete held to throat during brawl between Auckland school students
Liam Thompson broke his jaw after being thrown off a Lime scooter which randomly locked up the brakes.
Auckland Council continues to put the squeeze on Lime over serious brake fault
Liam Thompson broke his jaw after being thrown off a Lime scooter which randomly locked up the brakes.
Auckland Council may look to cancel Lime's licence over braking glitch which led to broken jaw
Liam Thompson broke his jaw after being thrown off a Lime scooter which randomly locked up the brakes.
Opinion: Lime trials should be halted until safety measures are sorted out
The Cancer Society has defended its sunscreen, saying Kiwis simply not using enough, or using it incorrectly.
Cancer Society provides more sunscreen test results: No defects found
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Watch: Auckland cyclist confronts driver after bus nearly runs him off the road
A Māui (Hector's) dolphin, dead in a net.
Sea Shepherd petitions US to ban imports of New Zealand fish from Māui dolphin habitats
Very dark, discoloured water coming out of a Napier resident's tap.
Napier City Council spending almost $4000 per month dealing with brown water complaints
Cancer Society calls out Consumer NZ's test methods after sunblock fails SPF test
Injuries sustained by two women who say they were attacked by two other people at Onehunga's Dress Smart mall.
'Nobody helped us' - sisters afraid to go outside after alleged assault at Auckland mall
Sofia, Bulgaria - April 24, 2014: Studio shot of  bitcoin in a row on black background . Bitcoin - bit coin BTC the new virtual money
Nearly $6 million in transactions took place in early hours of day Christchurch cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia suffered security breach
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'He's showing off!' - Father and son get close-up orca experience of a lifetime
Sunburn
Investigation underway after couple says they were severely sunburned despite using Cancer Society SPF 50+ sunblock