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Woman killed in milk tanker crash named

Police have released the name of a woman killed in a collision with a milk tanker north of Taupo on Sunday.

Holidaymaker in hospital after quad bike crash

A 40-year-old man on holiday in Taupo is in a stable condition in Rotorua Hospital after a quad bike accident today.

Teens charged with Invercargill arson

Two teenagers have been arrested over a fire at an Invercargill school earlier this month.

Body found in Auckland Harbour

Police are appealing for information after the body of a man was found floating in Auckland Harbour.

Rugby: ABs face Aussies early in Championship defence

Rugby: ABs face Aussies early in Championship defence

The All Blacks will begin their defence of the Rugby Championship against Australia in Sydney before a return encounter a week later in Wellington.

TVNZ news boss 'sorry' for early exit

Television New Zealand journalists and presenters were shocked today to find out their head of news and current affairs Ross Dagan is resigning after less than a year in the job.

Claim performance targets stressing workers

Employees are being overworked to the point where they need counselling or take stress leave because bosses are ramping up performance targets to save hiring new staff, union officials say.

Kawerau stabbing accused facing murder charge

A man accused of stabbing a Kawerau man to death is now to face a charge of murder when he appears in the Whakatane District Court tomorrow.

ABs' Facebook page tops with Kiwis

ABs' Facebook page tops with Kiwis

More than half of New Zealand's Facebook population are fans of the All Blacks page - far exceeding the popularity of any other New Zealand brand.

Brothers sentenced for attack on scientists

Two Whataroa brothers who attacked members of a group from Auckland University who had been conducting seismic tests on the Alpine Fault have been sentenced to community work.

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