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    Climate protestors in Wellington are cheering every time one of them is taken away by police
     7 October 2019
    Climate protestors in Wellington are cheering every time one of them is taken away by police
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    A 5.2 magnitude earthquake near Whakatane has been widely felt in the east of the North Island
    7 Oct: A 5.2 magnitude earthquake near Whakatane has been widely felt in the east of the North Island... more
    Police finish scene examination at Dunedin flat where 19 year-old Sophia Crestani died over the weekend
    7 Oct: Police have finished their scene examination at the Dunedin flat where 19 year-old Sophia Crestani died over the weekend, but inquiries are continuing... more
    A man remains in a critical condition after being stabbed in Hamilton
    7 Oct: A man remains in a critical condition after being stabbed in Hamilton... more
    Otago University Students Association urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours
    7 Oct: The Otago University Students Association is urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours - following a death at a student party... more
    A large climate protest in Wellington has closed off all access to MBIE's Stout Street building
    7 Oct: A large climate protest in Wellington has closed off all access to MBIE's Stout Street building... more
    Disruptions for Titahi Bay commuters this morning as emergency services investigate a crash
    7 Oct: Disruptions for Titahi Bay commuters this morning as emergency services investigate a crash... more
    Six log wagons will today be added to the daily freight train service between Whanganui and New Plymouth, in a bid to reduce log trucks on the road
    7 Oct: Six log wagons will today be added to the daily freight train service between Whanganui and New Plymouth, in a bid to reduce log trucks on the road... more
    Two people have critical injuries from a serious crash on Corstorphine Road in Dunedin
    6 Oct: Two people have critical injuries from a serious crash on Corstorphine Road in Dunedin... more
    Tasman's secured its ninth win of the Mitre10 Cup season with a 52-6 thumping of Northland in Nelson
    6 Oct: Tasman's secured its ninth win of the Mitre10 Cup season with a 52-6 thumping of Northland in Nelson... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     25 Sep: Microsoft's boss says the tech sector cannot be all profit and no responsibility ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     24 Sep: A keen-eyed train driver has called in a house fire north of Kaikoura ++++++++++++++++++
     08 Oct: A student who was at the overcrowded party in Dunedin where a teen died, has described the "human wall" inside the flat +++++++++++++++
     25 Sep: An independent investigation's underway - to find out how a student's death at a Christchurch university residential hall went unnoticed ++++++++++++
     08 Oct: Grief over the loss of a young Otago Uni student is expected to be felt by people near and far +++++++++++
     07 Oct: Otago University Students Association urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours +++++++++++
     09 Oct: Scarfies will clean-up North Dunedin this weekend - to honour a fellow student who lost her life at a party +++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      22 Oct: At least 55 elephants die in zimbabwe drought (BBCWorld)
      21 Oct: Kava ceremony welcomes tonga invitational xvii to hamilton (voxy.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Charitable programme wins national maori business award (RadioNZ)
      21 Oct: National identifies zero carbon bill changes (voxy.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Gender balance 'fantastic' on nelson and tasman councils (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Two teams leading youth way (voxy.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Simon bridges opposes auckland transport plan for blanket lower speeds (NZ Herald)
      21 Oct: Whanganui district health board set to join national bowel cancer screening programme (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Golf:
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    Entertainment:
    Selma Blair revealed her multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis because she didn't want people to "think [she] was drunk" 11:36

    Politics:
    Donald Trump's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic wilderness is dividing Indigenous Alaskans 11:17

    Environment:
    Snow to low levels is expected in the South Island tonight, as a cold front moves up the country 11:07

    Entertainment:
    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has described the scary moment a plane she was on was hit by electrical storms as “quite an adventure” 11:06

    Law and Order:
    Police are preparing to release more details on the fatal crash - at a media conference 10:57

    Entertainment:
    Kevin Jonas has had his wife Danielle tattooed on his arm 10:36

    Soccer:
    What's the best way to celebrate a bye? 10:27

    Tennis:
    Roger Federer has celebrated his 1500th ATP match with a straight sets 53-minute win into the second round of the Swiss indoor championships in his hometown Basel 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott were a “great team” during a spooky Halloween themed outing with their daughter Stormi 10:06

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