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The games cost up to $5 and are available through the Lotto NZ App and online.
Rotoma is the cleanest of all the Rotorua lakes, but there's a risk this summer.
Forest and Bird says the dolphin by-catch in the Bay of Plenty is worrying.
Warmer waters combined with its depth and nutrients, make it a perfect home for the algae.
The bust involved 46 kilograms of cocaine, valued around $20 million.
The legacy of the much-loved stadium is living on in rural Bay of Plenty.
The trio have been hospital since last Friday, after reportedly eating wild boar.
The region near Auckland is only half a metre about sea level.
The nationwide teacher shortage is set to reach 1400 by next year.
Police made the arrests following a five month investigation.
The principal said he took the "strongest" action he could.
Students at Tainui Full Primary School have been learning Mandarin for the past year.
The national sevens side has started a new regime in Mount Maunganui under new coach Clark Laidlaw.
It's unknown if the whale was struck by the ship in the harbour, or at sea.
The teacher said disabled students are turned away due to the perception of being a safety risk.
A number of marked and unmarked police cars are in the area.
Rollie Heke, who faces three charges of attempted murder, appeared via audio visual link in the High Court in Rotorua.
He was accompanied by a documentary film crew and his lawyer.
Heke faces three charges of attempting to murder a police officer as well as firearms charges.
Rhys Warren was found guilty of two counts of attempted murder in March and was today sentenced at the High Court in Tauranga.
Locals have fired up a 19th century battery in Thames as the town celebrates its history.
Former Canadian Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie's recommendations were thrown out by Judith Collins.
Chris "Magic" Johnson has notched a whopping 112 race wins this season.
Two century-old scores by famous English composer Gustav Holst have been found in Tauranga.
Workers are urgently trying to restore power to the region.
1 NEWS' Sam Kelway has the latest from the "miserable conditions" in at Whakapapa.
Panel beaters say, on average, it takes two days to deal with paperwork.
A 45-year-old man was granted interim name suppression in the Hamilton District Court today.
Wakatipu High School students are hoping to cook 6000 meals in 40 hours for the country's city missions.
Ubco has partnered with an American technology group to help launch the bikes overseas.
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