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23rd July, 12:09

Shot on farmland: Heartbreaking end to the story of Lucy the missing dog

The story of Lucy the dog who ran away on a beach walk has come to a heartbreaking end, after she was shot on farmland. The golden collie, a therapeutic dog owned by Melua Watson and her family went missing from Ocean Beach on July...
23rd July, 11:32

Maternity crisis: Health Minister David Clark hints extra help for Middlemore will be announced soon

Health Minister David Clark has hinted extra support will be given to a hospital where baby deaths were linked to a lack of staff and bedspace.Counties Manukau DHB has taken urgent steps to improve maternity services at Middlemore...
23rd July, 11:24

Protesters at Ihumātao served eviction notices

By RNZ Police are at a disputed housing development in Auckland where an eviction notice has been served against occupiers.Ihumātao is next to the Ōtuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve in Māngere, home to New...
23rd July, 11:14

Gun law reform: 'I made a mistake' - Police Minister Stuart Nash

Police Minister Stuart Nash admits he got it wrong when he announced the second tranche of gun law reform yesterday, while Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has blamed officials.During yesterday's post-Cabinet press conference, Nash...
23rd July, 11:01

Wellington's mayoralty: A tale of two campaigns

COMMENT: As I walk into Conor Hill's campaign launch party he makes a joke about how he tried to hire the Wharewaka for the occasion but it was booked out.The difference between Hill's campaign launch event and Justin Lester's,...
23rd July, 11:00

Massive illegal Bay of Islands seafood haul shocks fisheries officers

The scale of a Russell man's "massive" illegal flounder and oyster haul has shocked Fisheries officers and he's now facing court.The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) said it is disappointed by the scale of an illegal haul of...
23rd July, 10:10

Officer's move to fire warning shots at offender unjustified: Independent Police Conduct Authority

A police officer who shot warning shots at an offender should not have been armed with a gun in the first place, an independent investigation has found. The officer's move to fire those warning shots was also unjustified, according...
23rd July, 09:50

Christchurch mosque shooting: Cost tops $6m for Canterbury DHB

The cost of the Christchurch mosque shootings has topped $6 million for the Canterbury District Health Board.The attack by a gunman on the Al Noor Mosque on Deans Ave and Linwood Islamic Centre on March 15 this year killed 51 people...
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