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Schools with significant challenges in Northland, Waikato, Hawke's Bay and Canterbury will be given a $50,000 allowance to help them recruit the right principal for the job.
About 200 teenagers crashed a small party in Dunedin and began yelling, fighting and smashing bottles in a nearby park when the event was shut down.
The proposal to merge nine councils in the Wellington region follows a council amalgamation in Auckland.
The murder trial of two men who allegedly doused a man in petrol and set him alight is due to start.
KiwiRail is withdrawing the buffet car from the Capital Connection train today while it mulls the future of the passenger service from Palmerston North to Wellington.
Two people who were on the run after one of them allegedly threatened a woman at knifepoint and stole the victim's car have been arrested.
Details have emerged of a police mix-up that led to an officer Tasering a suspect three times for a total of 11 seconds.
A body found in the sea near Gisborne yesterday is believed to be that of a missing Malaysian tourist.
While the topic of terror organisation ISIS (also known as Islamic State) is no laughing matter, there's one little person in New Zealand who giggles at its mention.
Some people in Queenstown are beginning to wonder if being a tourist town is a blessing or a curse.
A woman allegedly blamed her GPS navigator for taking her on the wrong side of the road and straight into the path of an oncoming car.
A man has drowned at a west Auckland beach.
A climber has been rescued on Mt Taranaki after the group he was with split up to descend the mountain from the summit.
A 58-year-old man on holiday from Nelson has died on a popular mountain bike track near Queenstown.
A group of rare native birds have taken flight this weekend, but they're not on the run.
The Mark Lundy murder retrial has spent the week hearing evidence about the forensic examination carried out at the murder scene.
Submissions close tomorrow for people to have their say on whether to make Wellington a super city.
A 59-year-old man has died after he was injured in a motorcycle crash while riding with a group in Waikato.
The fishing boats are heading out to the Foveaux Strait oyster beds and orders have been placed for the southern delicacy.
A terrorism expert and the Labour Party say sending troops into Iraq is giving the terrorists what they want.
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