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Police closed Auckland's Tamaki Dr this morning, which flooded as a result of severe weather.
Michael Edward Preston, the estranged husband of killed Wellington woman Mei Fan, has been charged with her murder.
A new review into the 2010 Fox Glacier plane crash will call on outside skills and expertise.
Two new electorates will be created in Auckland - Upper Harbour and Kelston.
The father of a missing student says he received a message saying people are still alive on board the sunken South Korean ship.
A baby squirrel is recovering in animal hospital today after falling out of her treetop home.
As wild winds and rain pummel Auckland, the rest of the country can watch the storm's destructive path.
The speed limit threshold will shrink to 4km/h for an extended period over the Easter and Anzac holiday weekends.
Andrew McFadden is talking tough ahead of the Warriors clash with the Dragons this weekend.
The owners of four dogs which severely mauled a girl in March have been remanded without plea after appearing in court.
Ukrainian and pro-Russian forces have flexed their military muscles in the restive east of the country.
Long-time David Bain supporter Joe Karam brought the case against two men after they made disparaging comments online.
Sacha McNeil travels to the Ha'apai islands to see how locals are getting on three months after Cyclone Ian.
A preview of all the round 7 fixtures in the NRL.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson says the band isn't splitting, despite Malcolm Young confirming his ill health.
Conrad Smith hopes they can pull out a big performance against the Blues in their first game since learning Mark Hammett is leaving at season end.
A zoo in southwest China has installed a television to entertain a lonely panda.
30 years ago, a young Dunedin man started his job as a mailman, delivering letters in Dunedin North.
John Campbell spent this morning talking to the people who are buying synthetic cannabis and getting high, all before 10am.
Ex-military aircrafts, which normally only race in the skies above Reno, Nevada, will be flying in New Zealand.
The cat cameras documented just one rat trespass, nine dogs, 27 hedgehogs and 610 cats.
Despite a dangerous high tide and severe weather wreaking havoc in Auckland, a person has been spotted walking along Tamaki Dr.
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