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TVNZ is delaying the start of their new crime show following the death of Grace Millane
Candlelight vigils and walks are being planned across the country in memory of Grace.
Pukehou School are struggling to fund a new bus after the MOE terminated the existing run.
Business, technology and faith are combining to improve communities.
Surface, flash flooding and slips may affect low-lying areas like valleys and rivers.
Rangitikei trio combine with visiting Englishman to claim polo tourney title in Hastings.
Car located in Taupo but not driven there by suspect, it has been revealed.
NTOB premier men's club cricketers take the first step towards defending national crown.
NZ still "safe place to visit" despite Grace Millane's death, tourism chief says.
Hawke's Bay United win three games on the trot to keep premiership playoff hopes alive.
Central Districts Stags bowler Blair Tickner has Volts batsmen looking over their shoulder
Hawke's Bay secondary school pupils soaring like eagles in athletics, kickboxing and rugby
HB Cricket CEO Craig Findlay got the ball rolling with dad Harry and the numbers emerged.
Cornwall Cricket Club premier seamer Liam Dudding aims to make most of another opportunity
The Mental Health Foundation wants more focus on rural communities.
Water restrictions will be put in place in the CHB to reduce load on a damaged system.
Waiau has marked some milestones in its recovery from the November 2016 earthquake.
'Anyone making false reports in matters like this will be held to account,' police said.
Farmers should move baleage from flood plains to higher ground, say experts.
Fed Farmers applauds Andrew Little's moves to protect farmers from livestock rustlers.
A Central Otago winemaker has been selected for a prestigious award.
Tool used to calculate farm run-off into waterways needs greater scrutiny, watchdog says.