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In the last five years NZ drivers have amassed a whopping 4.3 million speeding fines - that almost one for every man, woman and child.
Once our second-largest tourism market, the number of British visiting here has been shrinking by 50,000 a year.
Yesterday NZEI members voted to reject National's flagship Investing in Educational Success proposal – 93 percent of members voted against the policy.
Many of us, such as John Campbell, have never stopped loving The Chills and 33 years on they are still going strong in around the world.
EQC has breached statutory reporting requirements by failing to deliver a statement of performance expectations for the coming year.
He's been around the block a fair few times - ferrying the famous and the fun-loving, as well as a bit of carry-on in the back seat.
Lawyer Chris Ellis was driving near Paremata earlier this year when he was pinged by a speed camera in a van, but wanted to see the proof.
For one Rotorua couple getting engaged didn't quite come off as either had planned, yet it all ended up happening in the most wonderful way.
One Otago University student has come up with a better way to raise money, and it's changing lives all over the world.
There are currently only two qualified examiners in New Zealand, and not surprisingly they're keen to see greater use of lie detectors in the country.
With Labour's Jermone Mika a clear winner with 56 jelly worms, what do the sweeties say about Judith Collins?
Judith Collins' actions have not weakened the Prime Ministers trust in her judgement; however he does state that "some of her actions have been unwise".
After losing their fourth son, the family of West Coast car crash victim still want an apology from Slater for calling him 'feral'.
After four years of asking Campbell Live has been allowed inside one of New Zealand's largest caged egg farms.
KiwiSaver's intention is to help you into your first home or your retirement, but if you're too ill to make it to 65, what then?
Dead Sea products have been banned from several NZ malls after Campbell Live revealed bullying tactics used to sell its products.
Slater's 'feral' post still hurts
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