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Warmer change on way for many

Warmer change on way for many

It could be time to peel off some of the winter layers this week as temperatures look set to rise - even topping 20C in some areas.

Yachting: Team NZ told to stay away

Yachting: Team NZ told to stay away

Team New Zealand have been told to stay away from a meeting in London next week between potential challengers and America's Cup holders Oracle Team USA.

Motorised bike rider killed near Motueka

A man has died after crashing while riding a motorised bicycle near Motueka, police say.

Sleeping man attacked with hammer

A Napier family is reeling after a man allegedly entered their home and attacked the father with a hammer.

Service for Kiwi killed on downed flight

Service for Kiwi killed on downed flight

Rob Ayley, who died when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine, has been farewelled at a memorial service in Wellington today.

Balloon tragedy inquest continues

The inquest into the Carterton Balloon Tragedy is set to continue today at Wellington District Court.

Two still in hospital after bus crash

Two people remain in hospital following a school bus crash on the East Coast yesterday.

Engine trouble on Air NZ flight

An Air New Zealand flight from Hawaii to Auckland was delayed last night after suffering engine trouble.

McCully to contest seat against Craig

McCully to contest seat against Craig

National's Murray McCully will contest the East Coast Bays electorate against Conservative Party leader Colin Craig in September's election.

Swiming: Pascoe bags first pool gold for NZ

Swiming: Pascoe bags first pool gold for NZ

Sophie Pascoe won New Zealand's first medal in the pool at the Glasgow Games this morning, comfortably taking out the women's 100m breaststroke SB9 final.

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