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26th January, 15:59

Government should prove it is telling the truth about rapid antigen test supplies, says testing provider

The Government says it is not requisitioning stocks of rapid antigen tests (RATS), it is only "consolidating" orders of tests heading into the country, but at least one distributor of the tests isn't so sure, and has challenged the...
26th January, 15:42

Inquest: Prison staff recount how Hawke's Bay Regional Prison inmate died

Prison staff have described the moment a restrained and hooded Kolby Heta wobbled on his feet and went limp before dying in Hawke's Bay Regional Prison. An inquest into Heta's death also on Wednesday heard that about eight prison...
26th January, 15:07

Covid-19 Omicron outbreak: Wellington's Round the Bays won't go ahead as planned

Wellington's Round the Bays event will not go ahead as planned next month after the country moved into red under the Covid-19 traffic light system. Organisers posted on the event's Facebook page this afternoon confirming the fun...
26th January, 15:00

Herald afternoon quiz: January 26

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26th January, 14:55

Two Auckland car dealers in legal stoush over $83,000 Aston Martin

It's a long road to justice for two Auckland car dealers who are at legal loggerheads over an $83,000 luxury sportscar found to have defects, with the case soon to head to appeal. In March last year, Rozina Merchant, owner of Mt...
26th January, 14:34

Dunedin rapist Mateo Nixon still lacks insight into actions says parole board

A repeat rapist who abused a schoolgirl and five women still lacks insight into his actions despite being locked up for more than six years, the Parole Board says.Mateo Melina Nixon is serving a sentence of 13 years' imprisonment...
26th January, 14:04

Pirate Kai production goes ahead at Toitoi in Hastings in red traffic light setting

The Keirunga Theatre Collective production of Pirate Kai will persist through the red light with a performance at Toitoi Hawke's Bay Arts & Events Centre this weekend.The planned tour ran for 19 shows, but has now been reduced to...
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