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- Palmerston North
- New Plymouth
- Te Kuiti
- West Coast
Covid-free in 21 days?
"Epidemic extinction" could be declared in June and we may have already eliminated the virus.
Ancient volcanic plume under NZ
Evidence shows you're likely reading this while sat atop the remains of a giant volcanic plume.
Mayor questions deputy's 'loyalty'
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt says he can no longer trust deputy mayor Toni Biddle.
Woman's death linked to Covid-19
Fears of a jobless generation
'I've got nothing to hide'
Phillip John Smith loses parole bid
Drought-hit Auckland set for dry winter
Back-up water hard to swallow
Emergency water supply has an "unpleasant odour and taste" and the delay in sorting it is being slammed as "astounding".
Working from home is favourable
Kiwis urged to swear off foreign fries
Sly Stallone's home listed at $5.4m
Retailers grateful for support
Back in the black
'Dunedin, a pretty good Plan D'
Campervan demand soars
A rush on cheap deals has helped crash the website of the country’s largest operator.
The inside story of NZ's Covid-19 testing
New Zealand’s Covid-19 testing system was in crisis before a formidable workforce fought back.
Calls to investigate scholar
The Problem Gambling Foundation wants AUT to fully investigate sexual allegations against Prof Max Abbott.
Redundancies 'hiding in plain sight'
12k of job losses made news. More than 50k have started receiving benefits.
Aboriginal heritage site blown up
Facebook at odds with Twitter
Matching wedding tattoos go wrong
What they wore when they were attacked
Sexual assault survivors celebrate their relief from trauma in a powerful Tik Tok compilation.
How to survive in the bush - expert
English language-only sign removed
A sign in an Auckland cafe asking staff members to speak only English has been removed after it sparked debate when posted on social media.
WOAP, Beervana forge ahead
Wellington On a Plate and Beervana are forging ahead in the capital, with 2020 dates announced for both.
'Speak English' cafe tells staff
A popular Auckland cafe is criticised for telling employees to speak English at all times "out of respect for colleagues".
The worst part of TV sex scenes
When people kiss on screen we're subjected to sound effects that may as well have been harvested by recording people eating mac 'n' cheese.
How Jennifer Aniston ended up such close friends with Adam Sandler
Ramona singer addresses her 'nobody' shade to Kristen Taekman and Cindy Barshop
Ramona Singer recently threw some playful shade at a couple of Real Housewives of New York City alums.
Yolanda Hadid says she's 'very much in love' with boyfriend Joseph Jingoli in rare relationship update
Sometimes you do get a free ride
Aston DB5 back in production
After a small break of just 55 years the Aston Martin DB5 is back. It will cost you $5.5 million though.
Facebook at odds with Twitter
NZ First delays nitrogen regulations
Winston Peters is claiming a win, but Government says feedback from divided scientists saw the rules change parked.
'Sting in the tail' for farmers
The Government's freshwater reforms are a step in the right direction but still raise concerns, DairyNZ boss says.
Life 'tipped upside down'
A Temuka mother's life has been "tipped upside down" after both her newborn twins were diagnosed with a rare genetic disease.
Comedy drama follows couple trying to adopt
Actor Rafe Spall says he's happy "to be putting a show out there which is about goodness and kindness."
Delivery failures before baby's death
A woman and her baby, which died 22 hours after being born, weren't properly cared for during labour.
Retallick: Why I declined Chiefs
Issac Luke snub explained
Dragons coach reveals why ex-Warriors star wasn't selected to take on his old club when NRL restarts.
Other solutions besides debt
SPONSORED: The business finance guarantee scheme offers small-to-medium businesses a much-needed temporary reprieve, but ASB leader says equity solutions are also needed.
Why Samsung’s new TV is a game-changer
SPONSORED: Samsung’s cutting-edge TV will change your viewing experience and your home.
Get your home ready for winter
SPONSORED: Looking for interior inspiration? Here are some autumn/winter colour trends you should take notice of.