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The Melbourne Cup will be raced on Tuesday, November 2
Mount Maunganui residents were treated to quite a show by a pod of orca whales.
Find out which types of vehicles are being targeted most often by thieves.
Uppercrust Bakery was named a location of interest.
The students were immediately stood down from class and told to self-isolate at home.
A woman in Howick has entertained her local community with great creativity.
'There was a heaviness over the whole town,' a neighbour says.
COMMENT: It's time to respect Lisa for what she has achieved, regardless of her siblings.
The rise of Lisa Adams has been as fast as it has been impressive.
Darnel Eparaima and her daughter Nataria have started their own community initiative.
A couple from Tūrangi were in hospital with their firstborn when NZ went into lockdown.
Two people were treated for minor injuries at the scene.
DHB advises people to get vaccination information from trusted medical professionals.
Lisa Carrington and Stacey Fluhler have more gold medals than most countries competing.
A Covid-19 vaccine info booklet was withdrawn from circulation after being deemed racist.
Local authorities are required to review their representation at least every six years.
A Tauranga mother is afraid to "relive the trauma" of RSV.
Principal reveals the reason behind most of the fights.
A Rotorua electrician has been left stressed and anxious after his workshop was robbed.
Ella Wilson has seen and dealt with a lot in her 107 years but sees it all as a blessing.
Three gangs were spotted working together for a common cause.
Two people were missing from Sunday evening.
Kawerau bravely faces future without town's biggest employer.
New Zealand Sports Hall of Famer Tilly Hirst has died at the age of 79.
A player was knocked unconscious and airlifted to hospital.
The incident happened about 11.15am on Saturday.
COMMENT: There comes a point when you realise there is no quick fix to debt.