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Hope after fire takes everything

After losing everything in a house fire, Omapere couple Chantal and Rui de Souza are finding comfort in the generosity of family, friends and complete strangers.

Kiwis world's most transient people

Kiwis world's most transient people

New Zealanders are the most transient people in the world, with a quarter of the population having moved to a different part of the country in the past five years, according to Gallup.

Small banks on notice over housing risk

Small banks on notice over housing risk

Standard & Poor's, the global credit rating agency, has put eight local banks on notice over the rising risk of a housing bubble bursting in New Zealand.

Missing man's body found

Missing man's body found

The body of missing man Leslie Wright has been found in dense bush 5km from where his car was located.

Cricket: Boult striking against world's best

Cricket: Boult striking against world's best

Trent Boult chose Lord's of all settings to reiterate he is capable of dismissing the world's best test batsmen.

Bail for home invasion accused

Two Masterton women have been remanded on bail without plea following an alleged home invasion on Wednesday night.

Disabled man tells of flying woes

Disabled man tells of flying woes

A disabled passenger says he was barred from boarding a flight after he missed check-in by three minutes when his electric wheelchair broke down.

Seach resumes for missing West Coast man

The search for a West Coast man who has been missing since Monday will continue this morning.

League: Mateo looking to recapture his mojo

League: Mateo looking to recapture his mojo

There are few players at the Warriors who polarise opinion as much as Feleti Mateo and the announcement the second-rower will remain at the club for another three years will court varying views.

Rugby: Mindset the key in Blues-Crusaders rivalry

Rugby: Mindset the key in Blues-Crusaders rivalry

How important is mindset, mentality, head space - whatever you want to call it - in rugby? Almost everything, according to former All Blacks coach Wayne Smith.

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