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Former Nelson cardiologist who covertly filmed wo
The identity of a doctor who admitted covertly filming women in the toilets of Nelson Hospital can finally be revealed. Samuel John Simpson Wilson first appeared in the Nelson District Court on eight charges of making an intimate... More...
Don't give Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux at
The best thing New Zealanders can do is starve alt-right speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux of attention, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says.The controversial Canadian pair, who have stirred debate on free speech... More...
Street experiment: People react to fake begging w
I don't think I look like a typical beggar, dressed in freshly-washed jeans and a mustard sweatshirt.But when I ask passersby for money over the course of about half an hour, claiming I'd lost my wallet and was trying to get a bus... More...
Gunshots reported in Invercargill
Police are searching for the person responsible for a shooting in Invercargill last night.Acting Inspector Peter Graham said police received a number of calls from people reporting multiple gunshots heard in the McQuarrie St area... More...
Political Roundup: Is Working for Families contri
The people who are most concerned about poverty and inequality in this country are also usually highly supportive of Working for Families. But what if the Working for Families (WfF) scheme was actually part of the problem? What if... More...
'When will they learn': Water up to windows when
"When will they learn?"That what Ōmokoroa resident of 14 years Sheryl has to say about a fisherman whose car was being slowly swamped by the incoming tide on Ōmokoroa Beach this morning.The water was up to the windows... More...
Dog discovers 11.5 grams of cannabis oil hidden i
A detector dog uncovered 11.5 grams of cannabis oil hidden in a pair of socks at Manawatu Prison. Zena the dog found the drugs in a prisoner's incoming mail. "This was a fantastic find by the team and shows that our efforts to... More...
Man left with burns to face and body after explos
A man injured in an explosion last night has serious burns to the top half of his body, including his face.A Fire and Emergency services spokesman said there had been an explosion and fire in a coal hopper, which was put out at... More...
Peter Dutton vows to continue deportations follow
Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has addressed the stoush between himself and Justice Minister Andrew Little, saying he makes no apology for deporting criminals and will continue to do so.He did not directly address... More...
Turkish man fears religious, political persecutio
An illegal immigrant will now likely be deported after several failed attempts to gain refugee status in New Zealand, despite a fear of religious and political persecution by the authoritarian Turkish government.The Court of Appeal... More...
Watch Marine explorer's amazing orca footage in T
Beautiful footage has been captured of a pod of orca in Tauranga Harbour. Marine life photographer and educator Nathan Pettigrew said the pod of about 12 orca that visited this week included four calves and juveniles.Pettigrew,... More...
Eden Park's management still backing chief execut
Eden Park's management is still backing its troubled chief executive, despite former PM Helen Clark calling his appointment "unethical".Clark says it's "extraordinary" the Eden Park Trust Board handed Nick Sautner its top job last... More...
Police appeal for information on Grey Lynn man Bi
Police are concerned for the wellbeing of a young Auckland man who has been missing for the past month. Biao Zhang, 29, has been reported missing from Grey Lynn since June 21. Senior Constable Graeme Bruges said police had made... More...
Government 'backtracking' on refugee quota promis
The Government is backtracking on a promise to increase the refugee quota, with no timeframe for its plan, National claims.Labour campaigned on raising the quota from 1000 to 1500 but has not yet lifted the quota or made any announcements... More...