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Suspicious fires around Dunedin (NZ Newswire)
Police are appealing for information about a series of fires around Dunedin the in past few weeks.

Source: Top Stories - Yahoo New Zealand News | 19 Nov 2017 | 4:00 am(NZT)

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Man arrested over Rolleston shootings (NZ Newswire)
A man has been arrested over the shooting of two women in the Canterbury town of Rolleston.

Source: Top Stories - Yahoo New Zealand News | 19 Nov 2017 | 3:35 am(NZT)

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Suspected broken ankle and court summons for Cup pitch invader
A league fan will have a painful reminder of tonight's quarter final at Wellington's Westpac Stadium, after suffering a suspected broken ankle attempting to invade the field.The man was taken to hospital after being injured trying...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Nov 2017 | 12:13 am(NZT)

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Man seriously injured at Wellington property
A man has been seriously injured at property in Wellington tonight, police say.Police were alerted at 9.15pm that someone had received serious injuries at an address on Miramar Ave.He has been taken to Wellington Hospital by ambulance,...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 18 Nov 2017 | 11:51 pm(NZT)

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Rescue operation underway for a yachtsman in distress north of New Zealand
A man will have to spend the night in his damaged yacht facing 50 knot winds and high seas north of New Zealand as rescuers make their way to meet it.A Norwegian yachtsman activated his distress beacon after his yacht, Ilanga, was...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 18 Nov 2017 | 10:44 pm(NZT)

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Heritage North Island rail viaduct wins international structural engineering award in London
The rejuvenation of a rail viaduct that first linked the main truck line between Auckland and Wellington more than a century ago has won an international engineering award.Opus International Consultants received the Institution...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 18 Nov 2017 | 10:11 pm(NZT)

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Kiwi yachtie 'alive and well' after boat sank
A Kiwi yachtsman left drifting in a life raft on rough seas after his yacht sank is doing well according to his wife.Philip van der Mespel was picked up by commercial vessel, Norfolk Guardian, this afternoon after he was located...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 18 Nov 2017 | 10:01 pm(NZT)

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Second yacht rescue op in 24 hours
A rescue operation is under way for a second yacht in distress north of New Zealand.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 18 Nov 2017 | 9:58 pm(NZT)

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Fiji 4 New Zealand 2
New Zealand have lost to Fiji in the Rugby League World Cup quarter final in Wellington.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 18 Nov 2017 | 9:31 pm(NZT)

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Tonga 24 Lebanon 22
Tonga have beaten Lebanon in a thrilling game for a semi-final place in the Rugby League World Cup. Look back on the match.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 18 Nov 2017 | 7:07 pm(NZT)

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'I've never been contacted by neighbours or the community'
Claims patients in a respite centre were a risk to neighbours have been denied by the organisation in charge.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 18 Nov 2017 | 5:40 pm(NZT)

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NZ yachtsman rescued in rough seas
A New Zealander has been picked up from his life raft in three metre seas and 30 knot winds after his yacht sunk off the coast of Norfolk Island.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 18 Nov 2017 | 5:33 pm(NZT)

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New US ambassador Scott Brown arrives in NZ, starts ticking off bucket list
The US ambassador to New Zealand has already ticked an item off his bucket list - on his first day in the country.

Source: Stuff.co.nz - National | 25 Jun 2017 | 10:41 pm(NZT)

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False alarm after police bomb squad investigate unknown object in Huntly
Police have destroyed an object initially thought to be suspicious and removed a cordon in Huntly.

Source: Stuff.co.nz - National | 25 Jun 2017 | 9:39 pm(NZT)

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Aero club member killed in Otago small plane crash
A man is dead and another has suffered serious injuries after a microlight crashed on an Otago Aero Club flight.

Source: Stuff.co.nz - National | 25 Jun 2017 | 9:31 pm(NZT)

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Shipwrecked Kiwis safe thanks to inhabitants of small remote Fijian island
When Kiwi yachties were shipwrecked on a remote reef in the South Pacific, the people of the island where they sought refuge at first thought they were pirates.

Source: Stuff.co.nz - National | 25 Jun 2017 | 9:17 pm(NZT)

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Tone for the election campaign has been set
OPINION: Bill English was seen holding open the door to a Wellington waterfront bar for members of his inner circle after the National conference at the weekend.

Source: Stuff.co.nz - National | 25 Jun 2017 | 8:53 pm(NZT)

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Grocer hit with $12k bill over employee (NZ Newswire)
A south Auckland grocer who tried to charge a migrant worker $20,000 to support his visa has been hit with a $12,000 penalty.

Source: Top Stories - Yahoo New Zealand News | 20 Apr 2017 | 2:51 pm(NZT)

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Greens aim for 100pc renewable electricity (NZ Newswire)
The Green Party has announced a plan for Kiwis to be using 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2030, a figure they say is bold but achievable.

Source: Top Stories - Yahoo New Zealand News | 20 Apr 2017 | 2:41 pm(NZT)

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Brainwave lie detector coming: researchers (NZ Newswire)
Criminals could find it harder to escape the law if Kiwi research leads to police adopting a version of the lie detector that reads brainwaves.

Source: Top Stories - Yahoo New Zealand News | 20 Apr 2017 | 2:21 pm(NZT)

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Budget2016
LISTEN ABOVE: Finance Minister Bill English speaks to Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper Ten things you need to know: 1. $2.2 billion more in health, including $1.6 billion for district health boards over 4 years. SEE ALSO: Major health spend in 2016 Budget 2. $1.44 billion more in education, including $882.5m for classrooms and nine new schools. But a freeze on many schools' operational funding as $43m is instead targeted at 150,000 at-risk children. SEE ALSO: At-risk students targeted in Budget 3. $39 million to roll out a national bowel screening programme. SEE ALSO: $39 million set aside for national bowel screening programme 4. $258 million to provide at least 750 more social housing places in Auckland. 5. $100 million to free up more Crown land in Auckland for housing. SEE ALSO: Auckland in focus in Budget housing announcements 6. Net debt forecast to peak at 25.6% of GDP next year and drop to 19.3% by 2020/21 - hitting Finance Minister Bill English's target of 20% by 2020 7. Forecast surplus of $668 million in 2015/16, rising to $5 billion by 2019. 8. Total new spending of $1.6 billion a year, plus an extra $480 million freed up from cuts or underspends elsewhere. 9. Tobacco tax to increase by 10 per cent a year every year - a packet of cigarettes will rise from $20 to $30 by 2020. Forecast to raise $425m over 4 years. SEE ALSO: Smokers hit hard in 2016 Budget 10. Treasury forecasts economic growth of 2.8% over next five years and unemployment to drop below 5% in 2018. Inflation forecast to stay lower than expected for longer, rising to 2% in 2017. OPPOSITION RESPONDS: Labour leader Andrew Little says the 2016 Budget shows the government has no real strategy. Mr Little said the Government’s approach to economic management was akin to a fair, where “candy floss” and “a few trinkets” were handed out. The spending items in the Budget were like those to be won in a quick fire raffle, he said: “When you get home and find its past its used by date.  SEE ALSO: Little slams 2016 Budget Green Party co-leader James Shaw said the government had for eight years put together budgets based on what polls well. Today’s Budget simply preserved the status quo. “This government is the political equivalent of Milli Vanilli - lip synching when they should be leading.” He questioned what Prime Minister John Key’s legacy would be. “It will be remembered for record number of homeless people…for the biggest decline in home ownership ever. Two thirds of our rivers not safe to swim in…after eight years and eight budgets National has squandered the opportunities to create a meaningful legacy.” The Greens had hoped for measures to fix the country’s housing crisis, move the economy to a low carbon model, and protect New Zealand’s natural heritage, but had been let down on all three, Mr Shaw said. “What this Budget shows is that John Key and his ministers have no interest in leaving a transformational legacy for New Zealand…we need more than a few new toilet blocks and more plaster for the cracks that are becoming so painfully obvious.” New Zealand First leader Winston Peters said there was only one way to describe today’s measures - “the get stuffed Budget”. That was the message to first home buyers, people living on the streets, young families worried about the future, students concerned about debt and future jobs, and regional New Zealand including farmers worried about the bank manager’s call, Mr Peters said. “Now the PM may sleep like a baby. But hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders can’t.” The New Zealand First leader held up a chart showing home ownership by income decile. Heckled by National MP David Bennett that he was holding the paper upside down, Mr Peters didn’t miss a beat. “You are exactly right. What ought to be up is down…and Mr Bennett, when we gain power, we are going to put it the right way up.” Mr Peters attacked the Government policy, announced by Social Housing Minister Paula Be...

Source: Latest | 26 May 2016 | 11:00 pm(NZT)

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Andrew Dickens: The Bachelor NZ is 'just yucky'
Andrew Dickens slams The Bachelor NZ calling it a "dishonest, disingenuous, dinosaur of a programme from another age". 789

Source: Latest | 20 Mar 2016 | 11:38 pm(NZT)

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Little: Move public service jobs to regions
LISTEN: Andrew Little speaks to Rachel Smalley on KPMG Early Edition about regional unemployment. Unemployment could be combated in the regions by moving public service jobs there, according to Andrew Little. The Labour Party has accused the Government of sitting on its hands when it comes to unemployment in the regions as recent figures from Statistics New Zealand show regional unemployment soared last year. The South Island has been the worst hit with a 30 percent rise in those out of work. "If you put 50 or 100 public service salaries in an area like Greymouth or Invercargill or somewhere in the South Island, that has a huge impact on those local economies," Little said. Little said Wellington has opportunities in ICT and the movie industry but the regions don't. Chief economist, Ganesh Nana, says regional unemployment is a long-term problem and there's no quick fix. "This is a long standing issue for New Zealand and we've got to have a grown up conversation about it," he said. 123

Source: Latest | 4 Dec 2015 | 3:37 am(NZT)

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