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West Coast dairy robbed at gunpoint

West Coast dairy robbed at gunpoint

A man has made off with $100 in coins after robbing a West Coast diary at gunpoint last night, police say.

Man cut out of crashed truck on West Coast

Man cut out of crashed truck on West Coast

A man has been cut out of his truck after it crashed on the West Coast this morning, injuring both his legs.

Unhappy Hone may face driving charge

Unhappy Hone may face driving charge

Te Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira survived unscathed when he lost control of his car south of the Mangamuka Gorge, but he was more upset by the police response, saying they weren't as swift at getting in touch with him when his office was shot at six weeks ago.

Fisheries charges for seven

Seven men have appeared in court facing fisheries charges.

House seriously damaged in Kelston fire

A house has been seriously damaged in a fire in the Auckland suburb of Kelston today.

Woman fights off bedroom intruder

Woman fights off bedroom intruder

A woman had to fight off an intruder who was attempting to get into bed with her early yesterday, police say.

Kiwis return after ferry ordeal

Two Kiwi tourists who survived an 18-hour ordeal after a ferry sank in Indonesia are due back in New Zealand today.

Rowing: It's academic as Twigg seeks gold

Rowing: It's academic as Twigg seeks gold

Expect Emma Twigg to be more driven than usual to win her first world rowing title when the championships start in Amsterdam tomorrow night.

Rugby: ABs can no longer stay quiet about refereeing

Rugby: ABs can no longer stay quiet about refereeing

The All Blacks are looking for redemption tonight at Eden Park and so too is referee Romain Poite.

Swimming: Boyle chuffed with 800m silver behind US star

Swimming: Boyle chuffed with 800m silver behind US star

Lauren Boyle's stature as an international swimmer keeps growing.

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