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  1. Rugby World Cup: Ardie Savea's pre-game ritual2019/10/18
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  2. Search for missing Orewa man at critical point - family2019/10/18
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  3. Man walks free after charge over suicide pact2019/10/18
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  4. Mediaworks' TV channels not gone by Christmas - CEO2019/10/18
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  5. Should frequent flyer schemes be axed to help cut emissions?2019/10/18
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  6. Child killer sentenced for spate of new offending2019/10/18
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  7. Measles vaccines coming to pharmacies in fight against disease2019/10/18
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  8. Evening business for Fri 18 Oct2019/10/18
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  9. Joseph Borton sentenced to life for murder of Karori woman2019/10/18
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  10. Rugby World Cup: Jack Goodhue faces his biggest game2019/10/18
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  11. Fears armed police will endanger south Auckland further2019/10/18
    South Aucklanders are fearful a new police initiative aimed at making their community safer, which will see armed officers patrolling the streets, will achieve the exact opposite.
    Marked police vehicles carrying armed officers will start routinely patrolling Counties Manukau, Waikato and Canterbury in October as part of a six-month trial.
  12. MediaWorks to sell costly TV arm2019/10/18
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  13. Wheel Blacks in Japan gear up for Tokyo Paralympics2019/10/17
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  14. Hundreds of New Zealanders down with Big Shake Out2019/10/17
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  15. New $100m Waikato mental health facility welcomed2019/10/17
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  16. Ihumātao occupiers shut out of talks, no word from govt2019/10/17
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  17. Climate change, overfishing, cruise ships behind bleak state of marine life2019/10/17
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  18. Anti-terror law change: Justice Minister to talk with National2019/10/17
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  19. Evening business for Thursday 17 October 20192019/10/17
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  20. A poverty 'crisis': New figures show demand for food, housing2019/10/17
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  21. Rugby World Cup: All Blacks name team to play Ireland2019/10/17
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  22. NZ First MP denies claims of bad behaviour at bar2019/10/17
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  23. Isolated Raetihi welcomes new highway, but how long to build?2019/10/17
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  24. Slim chances of winning Lotto's $38m2019/10/16
    The slim odds have done little to stymie the optimism of those who have taken the plunge and purchased a ticket for Lotto's $38 million prize draw.
    Nicholas Pointon went to see if there's was any way to improve your chances.
  25. High St takes step toward pedestrian-friendly Auckland CBD2019/10/16
    A section of a busy street in Auckland's city centre has been transformed to be a little more pedestrian-friendly.
    It's a trial phase of a wider plan to make the CBD more walkable - but some businesses are sounding a note of caution about changing the cityscape.
    RNZ reporter Chen Liu has the story
  26. Mosque attack arrest: Police 'just doing our job'2019/10/16
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  27. Proposed anti-terror law heavy-handed - lawyer2019/10/16
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  28. 'It can be tough' - All Black Matt Todd talks work, family, travel2019/10/16
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  29. 500,000 New Zealanders face food hardship - research2019/10/16
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  30. Mosque victim disappointed at wait to find out if family will be allowed to stay2019/10/16
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  31. NZ's largest house-building factory gets $15m revamp2019/10/16
    A $15 million revamp of New Zealand's largest off-site home manufacturer opened in Auckland, will now be able to pump out 500 new homes a year.
    Fletcher Building unveiled the new facility in Wiri, which will help reduce build waste and reduce onsite build times to less than two months.
    RNZ reporter Jessie Chiang and camera operator Patrice Allen went to take a look.
  32. Evening business for Wednesday 16 October 20192019/10/16
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  33. Blair Vining farewelled with three-hour celebration2019/10/16
    More than a thousand people packed into Stadium Southland on Wednesday to hear Blair Vining deliver his own eulogy.
    The cancer care advocate, who died last Friday, was farewelled in Invercargill by a huge crowd, with many people wearing their favourite rugby jerseys at his request.
    RNZ Otago-Southland reporter Timothy Brown was at the memorial service and filed this report.
  34. Proposed anti-terror law draconian but necessary - Justice Minister2019/10/16
    The Justice Minister concedes the proposed anti-terrorism law is "pretty draconian" - but necessary to keep New Zealanders safe.
    Lisa Owen asks Andrew Little exactly what restrictions could be placed on the individuals he's targetting.
  35. Tough anti-terror law: Govt seeks National's support for bill2019/10/16
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  36. Car dumped on train platform, fleeing driver tasered2019/10/16
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  37. Rugby World Cup: All Blacks, Irish both confident of win2019/10/15
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  38. Unfriendly fire in Operation Burnham hearing2019/10/15
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  39. Defence Minister overrules noise restrictions at Whenuapai2019/10/15
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  40. KiwiSaver for rental properties: Yes or no?2019/10/15
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  41. Bridges' questions in House docked as attack ads penalty2019/10/15
    Parliament's Speaker has devised a novel way of punishing National's leader for defying his order to take down an attack ad.
    Trevor Mallard has temporarily docked the number of questions Simon Bridges can ask in Parliament after National MPs breached Parliament's rules by posting the attack ad en masse.
    RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch has the story.
  42. Harassment Act review urged after stories of stalking, abuse revealed in survey2019/10/15
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  43. Evening business for Tuesday 15 October 20192019/10/15
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  44. National claims residency case a 'Sroubek 2.0'2019/10/15
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  45. Roads closed, property damaged in wild spring weather2019/10/15
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  46. Boy's kindergarten injuries 'heartbreaking' - mother2019/10/15
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  47. Rugby World Cup: Japan's fight for the quarter-finals2019/10/14
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  48. Sky TV boss rules out more shares for rights deals2019/10/14
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  49. Latest political polls bad news for Labour2019/10/14
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  50. Person killed after yacht sinks off Northland coast2019/10/14
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  51. Poor mental health help for man killed by police - whānau 2019/10/14
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  52. Rugby World Cup: Japan make history, All Blacks eye Ireland2019/10/14
    The All Blacks will take on Ireland in this weekend's Rugby World Cup quarter-finals after Japan beat Scotland last night to qualify top of pool A and set up a showdown with South Africa.
    England play Australia and Wales face France in the other knock-out games.
    Rugby reporter Joe Porter is in Tokyo and witnessed the Brave Blossoms make history.
  53. Evening business for Mon 14 Oct2019/10/14
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  54. Sky TV wins major rugby broadcast rights with NZRU2019/10/14
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  55. Govt cracks down on university accommodation providers2019/10/14
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  56. Govt-funded long-term contraceptive devices welcomed2019/10/14
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  57. AR15 photo no reflection on Cabinet position - Shane Jones2019/10/14
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  58. Raetihi fears becoming ghost town after highway slip2019/10/14
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  59. Auckland pop-up ballot boxes swamped with last-minute votes2019/10/11
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  60. New gun laws not enough for 3D-printed guns - advocate2019/10/11
    A gun control advocate says the proposed new laws aren't up to scratch in dealing with improvised firearms.
    Two people were killed in an anti-Semitic terror attack in Germany on Wednesday, after the attacker used blueprints found online, and a 3D printer to put the gun together.
    Harry Lock has this report.
  61. Jailhouse informants the most dangerous witnesses - campaigner2019/10/11
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  62. New court date for Destiny Church over charity deregistration2019/10/11
    Nearly two years after several Destiny Church branches were supposedly stripped of their charitable status, they are still operating without paying tax.
  63. Tonga league stars take field amid legal stoush2019/10/11
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  64. Dunedin flat parties grew after crackdown on bars - students2019/10/11
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  65. Grey Lynn dairy robbery lookout jailed for 14 years2019/10/11
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  66. Is Luxon's National bid a problem for Bridges?2019/10/11
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  67. Evening business for Friday 11 October2019/10/11
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  68. Oncologist Chris Jackson remembers his friend Blair Vining2019/10/11
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  69. Rugby World Cup: Typhoon not the only storm brewing2019/10/11
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  70. Housing crisis: Govt to make prefab homes easier to build2019/10/11
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  71. Nurses at breaking point at Palmerston North Hospital2019/10/10
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  72. Rural rugby fans frustrated as Spark wins more broadcast rights2019/10/10
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  73. Rugby World Cup: Safety paramount as typhoon hits Japan - Hansen2019/10/10
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  74. 'I disappeared from Sonoda, nobody noticed' - former student2019/10/10
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  75. Forests vs farms: Minister considers reining in land conversions2019/10/10
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  76. Evening business for Thurs 10 Oct2019/10/10
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  77. Police training college fitness test ditched2019/10/10
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  78. Christchurch Call a success as Twitch footage pulled - Ardern2019/10/10
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  79. Spark Sport wins broadcast rights to NZ cricket matches2019/10/10
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  80. Rugby World Cup - All Blacks game cancelled as typhoon hits2019/10/10
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  81. Rugby World Cup - A towering Kiwi teen makes his mark in Japan2019/10/09
    While there are many professional New Zealand rugby players and coaches plying their trade in Japan, there aren't many Kiwi teens like Warner Dearns doing it too.
  82. Wellington coastal blue belt proposed2019/10/09
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  83. Immigration lawyer's warning after Sroubek report released2019/10/09
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  84. 80yo woman thought to have died after house burgled2019/10/09
    Auckland police are investigating the death of a woman in her eighties, who is suspected to have died after a burglary at her Avondale home.
    Police were called to the woman's home in St George's Road shortly before 4pm on Tuesday, but her family say her body has yet to be returned to them.
    Katie Doyle reports.
  85. Undercover police operation revealed in David Lyttle trial2019/10/09
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  86. Sroubek review: Ministers should 'be above the fray'2019/10/09
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  87. NZTA safety inspection improvements expected to cost drivers2019/10/09
    Road users are set to foot the bill for improved safety inspections, after years of patchy oversight and dodgy warrants of fitness.
    The government says the failings, detailed in two reviews released on Wednesday, contributed to the rising road toll, and it wants to set things right.
    Charlotte Cook reports.
  88. Evening business for Wednesday 9 Oct2019/10/09
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  89. 'They had a duty of care' - dead student undiscovered for weeks at Canterbury University accommodation2019/10/09
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  90. 'He was a very happy young man' - stepfather of student whose body lay undiscovered for weeks2019/10/09
    The stepfather of a Canterbury University student whose body lay undiscovered at a hall of residence for weeks says he put the lack of contact during that time down to his son's busy student lifestyle.
  91. Controversy over Carterton's new clock colour2019/10/08
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  92. Low turnout expected again for local government elections2019/10/08
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  93. Spreading forestry blocks ruining rural communities - farmers2019/10/08
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  94. 'We need to act now' - new Climate Change Commission boss2019/10/08
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  95. Rugby World Cup keeps eye on typhoon heading for Japan2019/10/08
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  96. Who should pay for the rising cost of Superannuation?2019/10/08
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  97. Few schools sign up to govt offer with scrapping donations2019/10/08
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  98. Evening business for Tuesday 8 October2019/10/08
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  99. Police call for video footage from fatal Dunedin flat party2019/10/08
    Police are calling for anyone with video of a Dunedin flat party where a 19-year-old university student died to contact them.
    Sophia Crestani died when hundreds of people tried to flee a party on Dundas Street on Saturday night.
    RNZ reporter Tess Brunton is in front of the house known as The Manor where the party was held
  100. Protest and hope as Cook's Endeavour replica lands in Gisborne2019/10/08
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  101. Commerce Commission device stolen, confidential data missing2019/10/08
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  102. Govt ready to spend with biggest Budget surplus in years2019/10/08
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  103. Israel Adesanya's meteoric rise to UFC champion2019/10/07
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  104. Multiple Sclerosis sufferers frustrated at Pharmac's limits2019/10/07
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  105. Albert street construction 'like a war zone' - local businesses2019/10/07
    Businesses struggling with disruption caused by the building of Auckland's City Rail Link say they've have heard nothing from the Transport Minister, months after a hardship fund was first mooted.
    But the Minister says the proposition is being considered, and City Rail Link might even take over the leases of shops during construction.
    Jordan Bond reports.
  106. More than 30 police investigating Dunedin flat party death2019/10/07
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  107. Record number of red, yellow cards at Rugby World Cup2019/10/07
    All Blacks coach Steven Hansen says it's likely one of the knockout games at the Rugby World Cup will be decided by penalties.
    A record number red and yellow cards have been handed out at the tournament, and now the team is changing its approach to training.
    Rugby reporter Joe Porter is in Tokyo.
  108. Pacific referees unlikely before Rugby World Cup 2031 - Waqa2019/10/07
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  109. Health records hack a wake-up call for authorities2019/10/07
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  110. Evening business for Mon 7 Oct2019/10/07
    News from the business sector, including a market report.
  111. Otago students in grief after death at flat party2019/10/07
  112. Taonga returned on loan to Tairāwhiti museum2019/10/07
  113. Govt reinstates high-skilled migrants' parents visa2019/10/07
  114. Wellington Extinction Rebellion protest - latest details2019/10/07
  115. Police make arrests after day of climate protests in Wellington2019/10/07
  116. Tūranganui-a-Kiwa buzzing ahead of Tuia250 commemoration2019/10/04
  117. New initiative in Kāpiti to help at-risk youth2019/10/04
  118. David Tipple hopes to bring family to dinner with Peters, Jones2019/10/04
  119. Aucklanders buying less petrol, diesel since 20182019/10/04
  120. Rugby-loving dogs all barks for the All Blacks2019/10/04
  121. Takahē population soars above 400 2019/10/04
  122. Colin Craig defends his sexual harassment appeal2019/10/04
  123. Evening business for 4 October 20192019/10/04
  124. Rugby World Cup: All Blacks make 13 changes for Namibia match2019/10/04
  125. Universities struggle with students' mental health needs2019/10/04
  126. Government scraps 'racist' refugee policy2019/10/04
  127. Whanganui-Raetihi road collapses, may take years to fix2019/10/04
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