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Shots fired in home invasion

Shots were fired during a home invasion at a North Shore house last night.

Man charged over Auckland stabbing death

A man has been charged over the stabbing death of an Auckland man on Friday.

New cable 'won't address monopoly' - Greens

New cable 'won't address monopoly' - Greens

A second internet link out of New Zealand announced today will not address Telecom's "monopoly" on international connectivity, the Green Party says.

More NZ firefighters Australia bound

Another 22 New Zealand firefighters will leave for Australia today to help battle bush fires in remote areas of Victoria.

MP resigns for UN job

MP resigns for UN job

Labour MP Charles Chauvel is resigning from Parliament to take up a job with the United Nations in New York.

Former restaurateur killed in Rotorua crash

A woman killed in a car crash in between Te Puke and Papamoa on Sunday was the former owner of a Rotorua restaurant.

Rugby: Kahui taking 'big risk' - Hansen

Rugby: Kahui taking 'big risk' - Hansen

All Black coach Steven Hansen is disappointed that departing winger Richard Kahui didn't talk to him before announcing his decision to play rugby in Japan at the end of the season.

Athletics: Adams to compete in unique event in The Cloud

Athletics: Adams to compete in unique event in The Cloud

Olympic shot put champion Valerie Adams will compete in a competition at The Cloud on Auckland's waterfront on Saturday, March 2.

Rugby: Special edition jersey for Blues

The Blues will wear a special one-off jersey against the Crusaders next week to raise funds for Men's Health Trust New Zealand.

Internet ban over Facebook charges

A 20-year-old Hutt Valley man has been ordered off the internet after allegedly inappropriately contacting young girls on a social networking website.

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