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    Black Ferns lock Eloise Blackwell is welcoming the rescheduled women's Rugby World Cup changes and is focusing planning to be part of the tournament next year in Auckland and Whangarei
     12 May 2021
    Black Ferns lock Eloise Blackwell is welcoming the rescheduled women's Rugby World Cup changes and is focusing planning to be part of the tournament next year in Auckland and Whangarei
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    A Porirua man accused of bigamy will appear before a judge-alone trial in July
    12 May: A Porirua man accused of bigamy will appear before a judge-alone trial in July... more
    Napier Police have upgraded grievous bodily harm charges against a 48-year-old woman ... to murder
    12 May: Napier Police have upgraded grievous bodily harm charges against a 48-year-old woman ... to murder... more
    The fact by-standers were able to help victims in the Dunedin knife attack, show why knowing first aid is so important
    12 May: The fact by-standers were able to help victims in the Dunedin knife attack, show why knowing first aid is so important... more
    Dunedin's supermarket attack could have been fatal, but for the quick work by first responders
    12 May: Dunedin's supermarket attack could have been fatal, but for the quick work by first responders... more
    A Kaumatua will bless a Gisborne cemetery this morning -- after a car crash caused damage to headstones
    12 May: A Kaumatua will bless a Gisborne cemetery this morning -- after a car crash caused damage to headstones... more
    Police are warning people against getting involved in violent situations, following Monday's knife attack in a Dunedin supermarket
    12 May: Police are warning people against getting involved in violent situations, following Monday's knife attack in a Dunedin supermarket... more
    Countdown is concerned about assaults in stores
    11 May: Countdown is concerned about assaults in stores... more
    The man who allegedly went on a stabbing rampage in a Dunedin supermarket will keep his identity under wraps... for now
    11 May: The man who allegedly went on a stabbing rampage in a Dunedin supermarket will keep his identity under wraps... for now... more
    St John Ambulance is rallying around its first responders after yesterday's confronting call-out to a supermarket stabbing
    11 May: St John Ambulance is rallying around its first responders after yesterday's confronting call-out to a supermarket stabbing... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     20 Apr: Police are searching for a man who went missing while fishing on the rocks at Piha, on Auckland's West Coast ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: A second reminder today from Police - telling hunters to carry locator beacons +++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 May: A man's due in court today following a bomb scare on the Cook Strait ferries ++++++++++++++++++++
     22 Apr: Concern about a possible increase in parents going to great lengths to get their kids into certain schools ++++++++++++++++++
     30 Apr: Frustration for Hutt Valley High Principal as the school's toxic mould problem worsens +++++++++++++++++
     23 Apr: High-school students in Auckland are less likely to have a part-time job, than those in the regions ++++++++++++++++
     29 Apr: Research from Otago University has found ''positive parenting" can prevent alcohol abuse in adulthood ++++++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      18 May: Controversies tarnish elite waikato school's 'outstanding' reputation, pr expert says (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 May: Southland teenager a finalist for national youthtown songwriting competition (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 May: The spinoff: collins' orewa politics aren't just deplorable, they're unpopular. can national afford to wait? (NZ Herald)
      17 May: Judith collins dismisses fall in preferred prime minister rating (RadioNZ)
      17 May: Collins says her job is 'safe' following damning political poll (NZ Herald)
      17 May: Southern mayors condemn judith collins for 'fear-mongering' (NZ Herald)
      16 May: Ngai tahu denies national water reform claims (RadioNZ)
      16 May: Support for national leader judith collins dives in new poll (RadioNZ)
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