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    While Auckland's preparing to move to Level Three - northern Hauraki has entered a 'bespoke' lockdown
     21 September 2021
    While Auckland's preparing to move to Level Three - northern Hauraki has entered a 'bespoke' lockdown
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    Tiana Metuarau has shone in her Silver Ferns netball debut as part of a 48-42 victory over England in the opening test at Christchurch
    21 Sep: Tiana Metuarau has shone in her Silver Ferns netball debut as part of a 48-42 victory over England in the opening test at Christchurch... more
    Waikato DHB's taking a cautious approach...and limiting its hospital services
    21 Sep: Waikato DHB's taking a cautious approach...and limiting its hospital services... more
    The Silver Ferns have won their opening netball test against England 48-42 in Christchurch
    20 Sep: The Silver Ferns have won their opening netball test against England 48-42 in Christchurch... more
    Confirmation the covid-positive prisoner visited a number of locations before reaching his bail address
    20 Sep: Confirmation the covid-positive prisoner visited a number of locations before reaching his bail address... more
    An Auckland duo accused of allegedly escaping to the capital during lockdown ... have name suppression after appearing in court today
    20 Sep: An Auckland duo accused of allegedly escaping to the capital during lockdown ... have name suppression after appearing in court today... more
    The driver of a car that crashed in New Plymouth has died in hospital
    20 Sep: The driver of a car that crashed in New Plymouth has died in hospital... more
    Waikato DHB is asking communities around Kaiaua, Whakatiwai and Mangatangi to take extra precautions
    20 Sep: Waikato DHB is asking communities around Kaiaua, Whakatiwai and Mangatangi to take extra precautions... more
    The three Auckland-based teams have pulled out of the rest of this year's Farah Palmer Cup
    20 Sep: The three Auckland-based teams have pulled out of the rest of this year's Farah Palmer Cup... more
    Firefighters are battling an industrial blaze in Auckland's Penrose - that's closed Great South Road between Sylvia Park Road and Vestey Drive
    20 Sep: Firefighters are battling an industrial blaze in Auckland's Penrose - that's closed Great South Road between Sylvia Park Road and Vestey Drive... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     01 Sep: A remote controlled shunt train and a railway wagon have fallen into Picton Harbour +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 Sep: An investigation has been launched after a remote-controlled shunt train and railway wagon fell into Picton harbour +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Sep: New Zealand women's NBL general manager Justin Nelson is content to leave the season on hold instead of pushing ahead for a possible relocation ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     09 Sep: Christchurch students are returning to school with more restrictions in place ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Sep: Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin ++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Sep: Stolen goods worth thousands of dollars have been uncovered in a Blenheim police operation - including a signed rugby jersey +++++++++++++++
     14 Sep: A couple who broke lockdown rules to travel from Auckland to Wanaka have made their names public +++++++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      28 Sep: Decision expected this week on residence visas (RadioNZ)
      28 Sep: Clashes predicted as work on erebus memorial set to begin (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: Wanaka paraglider fined $1500 for tandem flight offer (NZ Herald)
      28 Sep: National park city: how do we make our homes and cities safer for birds? (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: Covid-19 nz: national and act say kiwis should be able to travel freely by christmas (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: Scientists discover potential cancer treatment that has less side effects than chemotherapy (NZ Herald)
      27 Sep: Judith collins sinks below david seymour as preferred pm (RadioNZ)
      27 Sep: New poll has act riding high, labour and national both losing ground during delta outbreak (Stuff.co.nz)
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