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Stacey Kirk: Self-inflicted body-blows is National's biggest threat in an election-year
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Let the embattled face of young National MP Todd Barclay serve as a reminder of how quickly momentum can gather when an issue is mishandled. OPINION: MPs like to claim their party alone gets "the issues real New Zealanders care about". But National ...
Heather du Plessis-Allan: 'This rot goes right to the top'New Zealand Herald
PM Bill English set to deliver keynote speech at National conferenceNewstalk ZB
The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews Bill EnglishScoop.co.nz (press release)
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'Sobering' incident for kitesurfers as man drowns at Muriwai Beach, West Auckland
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Emergency services were called to the incident at 4pm on Saturday after a member of the public found him on the beach. Peter Clifford, who was out kitesurfing at the time, said it was a "sobering end" to the kitesurfing session. "There were about 15 ...
Kite surfer drowns at Muriwai BeachNew Zealand Herald
Man drowns at Muriwai BeachVoxy

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 24 Jun 2017 

Times of Malta
PN is now using billboards illegally, just like Labour
Times of Malta
Election billboards in Lija illegally used by both the Nationalist and Labour parties for commercial advertising. Billboards used by the Nationalist Party during the election campaign and which should have been removed are being used illegally for ...
Politicians sidestep campaign spending limits with billboards on public landStuff.co.nz

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Where to go when you're not into snow
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Winter doesn't have to be all about the skiing and snowboarding. Here are some non-ski, non-snow activities to try. Winter holidays don't have to be all about adrenaline-rush, adventure activities: skiing and snowboarding is fun but so is sitting back ...

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Manifesto: How about a little respect?
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OPINION: When we hear the phrase "sexual harassment", we tend to link it to the workplace. In fact, it's estimated that half of all women have been sexually harassed at work. Sexual harassment is undoubtedly about power, perhaps even more than sexual ...

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Outdated or hip? Facial hair fixations cops and soldiers must abide by
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Beards and moustaches are allowed in the police force, as long as they are kept neat and tidy. Policemen are going on holiday to grow beards, it's true. Despite a slackening of police grooming rules in recent years, cops are still taking time off to ...

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Nadine Higgins' Favourite Teacher Award: My surreal catch-up with Kingo
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Nadine Higgins goes back to Taradale High School to say thank you to her favourite teacher, Bevan "Kingo" King. FAVOURITE TEACHER AWARDS: From the Christchurch quake tragedy to Parliament's select committees, we're travelling the country to meet ...

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Manawatu Standard
Favourite Teacher Awards: Schools trialling robotic tutor Amy find she can't replace human teachers – yet
Manawatu Standard
Osnova founders, Jurgen Brandstetter, Antonia Modkova and Raphael Nolden have created an AI maths tutor named Amy. amy.ac. Amy provides help at each stage of problem solving. Relevant offers. Business. Meet the Australians who work just a few ...
Favourite Teacher Awards: Teachers are the biggest influence on kids' success; we meet some of New Zealand's bestThe Press

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Watch: Coming through! $25 Million superyacht reverses into anchored boats in Italian Riviera
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A multi-million dollar superyacht has been caught plowing into a group of smaller boats moored behind it in the Italian Riviera town of Portofino. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. 0:00 ...

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 24 Jun 2017 

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More than 2500 felt light earthquake in Wellington
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The quake, a magnitude 3.8 at a depth of 39km, struck 15km north-west of the capital just before 6am on Saturday, according to GeoNet. It was described as a "light earthquake". Around 2500 people reported feeling the quake. Hmm didn't feel weak to me ...

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 24 Jun 2017 

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