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Cop injured after fall from 4m wall
Cop injured after fall from 4m wall

Australian policeman suffered a serious head injury after falling from a wall in Dunedin.

photos Photos: Anzac Day 2017 commemorations

Thousands of people have turned out at Anzac Day commemorations around the country and the world today.

Live: 2017 Anzac Day commemorations

Join us live as we go around the country to mark Anzac Day 2017.

Herald daily quiz: April 25

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Whangarei man's photos on Fijian $7 note
Whangarei man's photos on Fijian $7 note

This Whangarei man's photos have been printed on a $7 Fijian note

Daring WWII desert raids remembered
Daring WWII desert raids remembered

Special service remembers the incredible WWII derring-do of the Long Range Desert Group.

Biker's long trek a salute to big bro
Biker's long trek a salute to big bro

Lewis Brindley owes his love of mountain biking to his big brother.

NZ's smallest RSA opens at Eden Park
NZ's smallest RSA opens at Eden Park

A tiny, sport-centric RSA is opening at stadium in a bid to win back young veterans.

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Revealed: Where meth is cooked in the North Island
Revealed: Where meth is cooked in the North Island

Five areas in the North Island are "hot-spots" where a P lab is more likely to be found.

Barry Soper: Who can stand up for Kiwis?

COMMENT: Why can't our politicians have the courage to take Australian bull by the horns?

Jarrod Gilbert: Science losing trust

COMMENT: If science is losing political battles scientists need to speak up more clearly.

Anzac Day issues its enduring call

EDITORIAL: A centenary of a long war helps us imagine what it must have been like.

Memories must not die with them
Memories must not die with them

We who live comfortably owe much to those who made it possible, writes Peter Whitmore.

video Watch: Meth find prompts study

Neil Henderson found toxic chemicals in the Waitakeres that's prompted an Auckland-wide study into the spread of methamphetamine…

video Watch NZH Focus: New Zealand's smallest RSA

Eden Park is the home to the countries smallest RSA.

Ex-Northland cop stars in Survivor

He used to taking on crims - but how will he go in the jungle of Nicaragua?

video Watch: People lay poppies at Browns Bay dawn service

A man plays the piano accordion as people lay poppies at the war memorial in Browns Bay.

video Watch: Mount Maunganui Dawn Parade
Watch: Mount Maunganui Dawn Parade

Servicemen and uniformed services march from the Mount Maunganui dawn parade.

Slip closes Manawatu Gorge

Landslip blocking both lanes in Manawatu Gorge.

Kiwi jailed 11 years in Borneo

Man jailed after being caught with 30 grams of crystal methamphetamine.

Arrest after serious Queenstown assault

A 29-year-old man has been arrested after the serious assault of a man in Queenstown.

Tokoroa motorcycle crash victims named

Police release names of two men killed in motorcycle crash on Friday.

'He had no bottle and was scared'
'He had no bottle and was scared'

Young couple tell of finding a toddler crying in a stolen car hours after it drove off.

Family plea after suspected huffing death

Tiaan Herewini died from suspected huffing a day before his 14th birthday.

Power bill waived, Herald readers help

Nova Energy has waived all outstanding charges for a badly beaten Auckland dairy owner.

Penguin chick with two mums

A penguin chick is being raised by two mums at Kelly Tarlton's in Auckland

Four-car pileup at Greville Rd

A four-car pileup is blocking one citybound lane of the Northern Motorway near Greville Rd

Papatoetoe dairy owner in hospital after robbery
Papatoetoe dairy owner in hospital after robbery

Papatoetoe dairy owner hit over the head with a weapon by two males.

video Watch: Libraries used for daycare

Janfrie Wakim of the Child Poverty Action Group blames low wages and poor working conditions that leads to parents leaving…

video Watch NZH Focus: Kelly Tarlton's same sex penguin couple

The 21st of April is Penguin's day worldwide. Ebony Dwipayana joins Tristram Clayton to talk about New Zealand's special…

Rare NZ falcon shot dead at Paraparaumu

A rare NZ falcon - the bird on the $20 note - has been shot dead at Paraparaumu.

Kaye: I feel better than I've felt in years

New Education Minister Nikki Kaye plans to be a 'modernising' Minister of Education.

Tank to lead Huntly parade
Tank to lead Huntly parade

A restored M41 Walker Bulldog tank will lead the Huntly dawn parade for the first time.

Immigration New Zealand powers curbed

Government promising improvement to immigration standards following Herald investigation.

video Watch: Nikki Kaye gets education

Nikki Kaye is passionate about education and is looking forward to her new position as minister

Isaac Davison: Adams rises, Smith falls in Cabinet reshuffle

Amy Adams' promotion shows National is bracing for a fight on housing.

Acupuncturist 'must apologise over needle'

An acupuncturist must apologise to a patient after leaving a needle in his abdomen.

Nth Korea & nukes: What it means for us
Nth Korea & nukes: What it means for us

Does NZ have anything to fear from North Korea's nuclear ambitions and threats of war?

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