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    Waikato police believe gangs are involved in three killings in the region in the past three weeks
     17 July 2018
    Waikato police believe gangs are involved in three killings in the region in the past three weeks
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    Dion Smith plans to be on the start line when the Tour de France resumes after a day off this evening
    17 Jul: Dion Smith plans to be on the start line when the Tour de France resumes after a day off this evening... more
    Police are investigating an incident involving pupils from two neighbouring Oamaru High Schools that resulted in one being struck by a car
    17 Jul: Police are investigating an incident involving pupils from two neighbouring Oamaru High Schools that resulted in one being struck by a car... more
    A dawn ceremony has been held at Muriwai Beach to bless the site where a West Auckland couple were swept to their deaths yesterday
    17 Jul: A dawn ceremony has been held at Muriwai Beach to bless the site where a West Auckland couple were swept to their deaths yesterday... more
    Fertiliser company Ballance has been fined more than 82-thousand dollars over a 20 to 30 metre cloud of sulphur dioxide gas that escaped from its factory in Mount Maunganui
    17 Jul: Fertiliser company Ballance has been fined more than 82-thousand dollars over a 20 to 30 metre cloud of sulphur dioxide gas that escaped from its factory in Mount Maunganui... more
    Police have named a tramper who died in Nelson Lakes National Park on Saturday
    16 Jul: Police have named a tramper who died in Nelson Lakes National Park on Saturday... more
    A person has died after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin
    16 Jul: A person has died after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin... more
    A person is seriously injured after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin
    16 Jul: A person is seriously injured after the car they were driving crashed into a power pole in Dunedin... more
    The NZ Transport Agency says it is working to re-open the section of State Highway 2 affected by a slip in the Waioeka Gorge 24hrs a day from Wednesday afternoon
    16 Jul: The NZ Transport Agency says it is working to re-open the section of State Highway 2 affected by a slip in the Waioeka Gorge 24hrs a day from Wednesday afternoon... more
    Two people have drowned after being swept off rocks at Auckland's Muriwai Beach
    16 Jul: Two people have drowned after being swept off rocks at Auckland's Muriwai Beach... more

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    Law and Order:
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    Business:
    A group of financial advisers are calling on the Financial Markets Authority and the Reserve Bank to regulate providers of default KiwiSaver funds 17:27

    General:
    Mahe Drysdale remains determined to reclaim New Zealand's men's single sculls seat for the Tokyo Olympics and hopes the rules remain the same for next year's selection battle 16:57

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    Rugby League:
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    Law and Order:
    Police in Waikato say they're working tirelessly following what's believed to be three gang related deaths in the last two weeks 14:57

    Law and Order:
    Waikato police believe gangs are involved in three killings in the region in the past three weeks 14:37

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