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20th August, 20:12

Friendship between a ram and a pig warms thousands of hearts on social media

A cute little story of a friendship between a sheep and a pig has warmed thousands of hearts on social media.The Tweet which was posted last night tells the touching tale of McDuff the ram and a pig known as Pig."On my brother's...
20th August, 19:14

Jacinda Ardern turns up heat over asylum seekers as Peters heads to Canberra in the midst of political turmoil

Foreign Minister Winston Peters is heading to Canberra on Tuesday for talks with his counterpart where two sensitive issues are expected to be raised: detention of New Zealanders without charge, and offshore asylum seekers.Peters...
20th August, 19:05

Prisons a 'moral and fiscal failure' Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says

The Government's attempt at reforming our criminal justice system kicked off with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern describing prisons as a "moral and fiscal failure".It's the same phrase used by former Prime Minister Bill English in...
20th August, 18:20

Katy Perry's team bungy jump off Auckland Harbour Bridge

Katy Perry is making the most of her time in Auckland, posting a video of a number women bungy jumping off the Harbour Bridge.Her Instagram story features a member of Perry's entourage phoning her mum to let her know she was "about...
20th August, 18:00

Ngāti Paoa group 'repossesses' Northcote's Hato Petera College

Two Māori families whose ancestors lived around the site of Northcote's Hato Petera College 170 years ago have "repossessed" the land.Kaitaia-based Kotahitanga Aotearoa Movement leader Reti Hohaia Netana Boynton said the group,...
20th August, 17:56

Buildings 'blown to pieces' by tornadoes in Ohope, New Plymouth

Two separate tornadoes have caused considerable damage to properties on either side of the North Island this evening.New Plymouth was struck by a tornado around 5.30pm, uprooting trees and tearing iron roofing from houses. SEND...
20th August, 17:11

Offender yet to be located after assault incident on Auckland's Queen St

An attacker is yet to be located following an assault incident shortly before midday in central Auckland.The incident took place near the Tasman International Academy on Queen St, with members of the public spotting police officers...
20th August, 16:54

Buy your milk at dairies, force supermarkets to compete on price, says Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers is calling on Kiwis to stage a revolt against supermarkets and buy their milk from dairies instead.The call comes after Bodo Lang, a University of Auckland marketing professor, slammed milk pricing in New Zealand...
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