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  • Heavy rain for Mt Taranaki and the Tararua Range

    A front is moving onto the lower North Island on Thursday, bringing rain to Mt Taranaki and the Tararua Range.

  • Body discovered in Beach Haven

    At around 3pm this afternoon a member of the public discovered the body of a middle aged man in a creek in Beach Haven, on the North Shore.

    Police are in attendance and enquiries to confirm the man's identity are ongoing.

  • Suspect escapes custody

    Auckland Central Police have advised that 23 year old Brett Makiri, arrested earlier today in relation to a kidnapping and assault, has escaped police custody.

  • Red Bull Racing Australia tackles NZ with the Warriors

    Embracing the spirit of the upcoming ANZAC weekend, Aussie V8 Supercar drivers Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes threw themselves in to a training session with local NRL side, The New Zealand Warriors.

  • March broadband report shows Voyager VDSL best

    TrueNet's new focus is on the time taken to download eight live websites. The smaller ISPs came out on top with a standout performance from Voyager VDSL measured at 2.5 seconds download speed for all websites.

  • Otago landowners help control TB through levy

    Consultation with Otago landowners over the levy for the region’s bovine tuberculosis (TB) control programme has gathered positive responses.

  • Junior Warriors line-up unchanged

    The Vodafone Junior Warriors are set to use an unchanged line-up when they seek their fifth win in their last six games in Friday’s eighth-round NYC clash against the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park (3.05pm kick-off local time; 5.05pm NZT).

  • Future farm staff needs a big priority - DairyNZ

    To be considered world leaders, the dairy industry needs to lift its game to attract and retain quality staff, says DairyNZ.

  • Open fire season declared in Whangarei and Kaipara

    An open fire season has been declared in the Whangarei and Kaipara districts, says Principal Rural Fire Officer Kevin Ihaka.

  • Lake Rotorua clean-up follows storm

    Rotorua District Council staff and contractors are still hard at work cleaning up after last week’s storm which washed a large amount of lake weed onto Lake Rotorua shores.

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