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Lim trial: Patient felt 'ashamed'
Lim trial: Patient felt 'ashamed'

Former patient testifies Dr Lim had put his hands down his pants.

Farmer urges better mental health care

Norsewood man begs health board for better care for those with mental health issues

Doctor's son 'attacked' by anti-vax group

The family of a pro-immunisation doctor have been attacked by the anti-vax community.

Identity thief secures Kiwi birth records

Identity thief has Kiwi birth records

'Free food for people in need'
'Free food for people in need'

Auckland Indian takeaway shop praised for generosity towards needy.

Police blitz on Whangarei suburb
Police blitz on Whangarei suburb

Two-pronged police blitz to catch offenders and reassure victims of crime.

Woman charged after outburst on flight
Woman charged after outburst on flight

A 32-year-old faces court after allegedly spitting on someone on a flight.

Three-car crash in East Tamaki
Three-car crash in East Tamaki

Emergency services are at a crash in East Tamaki.

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Bond oldest on luge at almost 101
Bond oldest on luge at almost 101

John Bond - almost 101 - has become the oldest person to ride the luge at Skyline Rotorua.

Biggest welcome in 30 years for Lions

More than 500 warriors are expected to give the Lions a welcome they won't forget

Travel chaos as heavy fog blankets city

Thousands of passengers have had travel plans disrupted.

Wanted man arrested in Rotorua

A man wanted after a petrol station drive-off in Tokoroa yesterday has been arrested.

St Lukes carjacking: Man arrested
St Lukes carjacking: Man arrested

A man will appear in court today after yesterday's carjacking in St Lukes.

Rachel Smalley: Vaccination should be compulsory

COMMENT: "I don't know why we continue to question the science of this."

Fatal crash on busy Auckland street

A person is dead and another injured after a smash on a busy South Auckland street.

Chopper called in to douse fire

Fire believed to be on land owned by former tennis star dubbed "the King of Clay".

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Boys could mean more cash for schools
Boys could mean more cash for schools

Documents released to the Herald reveal details of a proposed "disadvantage index"

Emotional reunion: 'She's made it home'

Crash victim Joanne Harris meets the doctor who saved her life.

Crack code-making Kiwi off to Oxford

A code-making young Kiwi has landed a coveted spot in an Oxford University programme.

Mike Hosking: Dude, where's my tax cut?

Mike Hosking wants to know why the Government can't give us a tax cut.

Kan: Don't get me started on tipping

COMMENT: Why tipping is a bad idea, says Raybon Kan.

Many spending demands on the same surplus
Many spending demands on the same surplus

Steven Joyce says throwing money at a problem is not necessarily the answer.

1950 Lions match for ABs' injured pride

The New Zealand Herald is counting down to the Lions series, looking back at past tours.

Barry Soper: Whistleblowing falls on deaf ears

COMMENT: This is a bizarre case of public service fraud.

Masters Games a 'countdown to disaster'

A Whanganui Events trustee says council needs to take back Masters Games

Kiwis' Tesla strategy re-shapes industry

Young NZ company uses electric vehicles to "do an Uber" on rental car industry.

Elderly man's dog attacked again
Elderly man's dog attacked again

Jim Morgan, 93, and his pet were attacked by a dog last year - now it's happened again

video Fog causes chaos at airport

Thick fog shrouding Auckland this morning is causing travel chaos as nearly 70 flights are cancelled and delayed.

video Mike's Minute: Nats to cement 4th term

The National Party have what every 3rd term government looks to have, lots of money

'Massive' house fire in Pukekohe

No one is believed to have been hurt in a "massive" Pukekohe house fire.

Power outage affects 17,000 homes

The outage has affected a swathe of West Auckland from Henderson to Avondale.

Blasphemy law to stay - for now
Blasphemy law to stay - for now

Plan to repeal blasphemy laws shot down in Parliament.

Man with no helmet cycles down motorway

Man seen riding a push-bike on Auckland's North Western motorway.

Kiwi smashes bungy jump world record

A New Zealander makes his mark with 430 leaps off Auckland Harbour Bridge in 4.5 hours.

video Watch: Scenic flight with Richie McCaw anyone?

Richie McCaw has posted a new video to his Facebook page showcasing his day job with Scenic Helicopters.

Multi-national Coastguard exercise over Auckland

A United States' Coastguard Hercules C-150 was among those involved in the exercise.

video Watch: David Carter and Trevor Mallard on Auditor General

David Carter says he has "complete confidence" in Auditor General Martin Matthews.

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