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18 hrs ago | Dominion Post
Walking home from work one day, Tufue Fiso was surprised to hear the boys from his church shout out, "Hey, we listened to you on the radio!" He shouldn't have been.
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21 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
It showed that nobody could afford to rest on their laurels when new national champions were crowned in half of the 16 separate categories at the 15th annual New Zealand Mini TT Championships near Kuratau, at the southern tip of Lake Taupo.
22 hrs ago | Southland Times
Local chocolate maker Whittaker's has again raised the bar, being named New Zealand's most trusted brand for the third year in a row.
An arsonist stole from a kindergarten, then set the building alight - all for a safe with ''practically nothing in it''.
An Antarctic southerly breathed on the Kaimai Range last night, leaving a thick dusting of snow on its peaks this morning.
Beth Te Aroha McGill's art could potentially take flight; for one, she paints on feathers and for another, she has been accepted to exhibit at the NZ Art Show in Wellington this week.
A 111 call came in shortly after 10pm last night from Morrinsville residents who reported that two men had broken into their house and stolen their Nissan Navara ute.
An Otorohanga and former backup Waikato rugby player has faced the court on an assault charge ahead of playing in his team's vital semifinal this weekend.
This is a three-stage fun run and walk series on the Hauraki rail trail, with the first event happening on Sunday.
Motorists are set to be heavily delayed today as freezing temperatures hit the road network in both the North and South Islands.
MOBILE WORLD: While 4th generation broadband, or 4G, is already available in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on the old spectrum, Waikato will be the first on 700MHz.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:54 pm
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