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Two killed after activating alarm

Two killed after activating alarm

Two people have been killed after activating a panic alarm in South Auckland this afternoon.

Peters promises 'game-changing' policies

Peters promises 'game-changing' policies

Having fired a warning shot across the bows of Conservative Leader Colin Craig this morning, NZ First Leader Winston Peters is promising to announce "game changing" policies to tackle social inequality and harmful foreign investment in his speech to party faithful tomorrow.

Body of truck driver found

The body of a driver whose truck plunged off the road near Kaikoura has been recovered.

Motorcyclist dies after hitting power pole

A person has died in a motorbike crash north of Auckland.

More heavy weather on way for North

More heavy weather on way for North

The Civil Defence has warned Northland to prepare for further flooding as heavy rain and gale force winds lash the region again this weekend.

Ice causes crashes on Nth Island roads

Black ice has caused several crashed on State Highway 5 this morning, with parts of central North Island experiencing temperatures well below zero.

Dunedin-bound football fans on flight

Dunedin-bound football fans on flight

Two Newcastle United fans on their way to New Zealand to see their football team's pre-season games - including one in Dunedin - were among the victims of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash in Ukraine.

One critical after Auckland crash

One person was taken to hospital in a critical condition after a crash on Auckland's Tamaki Drive this morning.

Craig accused of policy plagiarism

Craig accused of policy plagiarism

Some of the Conservative Party's key policies are so similar to New Zealand First that leader Colin Craig has been accused of plagiarism.

Kiwi passenger's parents hold on to hope

Kiwi passenger's parents hold on to hope

The family of a New Zealand man booked to fly home on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 were gathered together in Wellington last night.

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