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Hello Sailor frontman Graham Brazier dies

Hello Sailor frontman Graham Brazier dies

Hello Sailor frontman Graham Brazier has died just weeks after a heart attack forced the cancellation of the band's reunion tour.

Tourists survive bridge collapse

A group of tourists have survived an eight metre fall into a river after a cable on a Lake Waikaremoana Track bridge gave way.

Another violent offender on run

Another violent offender on run

Police are hunting for violent offender Casey Cowan who has removed his electronically monitored anklet in the Auckland suburb of Avondale.

Sol3 Mio cover Ed Sheeran for NZ World Cup anthem

Sol3 Mio cover Ed Sheeran for NZ World Cup anthem

New Zealand's Rugby World Cup anthem has been revealed - a stirring rendition of an Ed Sheeran song by Kiwi opera trio Sol3 Mio.

Dawn service marks September quake

Dawn service marks September quake

About 200 people turned out to take part in a dawn ceremony on Christchurch's New Brighton beach marking five years since the September 4 earthquake.

Hundreds of Kiwis pledge help for refugees

Hundreds of Kiwis pledge help for refugees

Hundreds of New Zealanders have pledged to help with the international refugee crisis, with many offering up their homes.

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