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Staff 'devastated' after guide dies on Shotover River
The man who died in a rafting accident in Queenstown today was an experienced guide. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 7:23pm 

Obama's meeting with Maori women leaders 'inspirational'
On his last day in the country, former US president Barack Obama brunched with a group of Maori women business and community leaders. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 7:23pm 

For two evenly matched captains, Kane Williamson has dominated Joe Root in all areas
As Kane Williamson and Joe Root walked to the centre of a sun-drenched Eden Park on Thursday, no-one could have predicted how one-sided this bout between two cricketing heavyweights would become. 
© 2018 7:23pm 

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Christchurch cafe lease awarded despite chef's former failure
A business collapse did not stop another company connected to celebrity chef Jonny Schwass being awarded a council cafe lease. 
© 2018 7:13pm 

Financial Markets Authority ordered to pay $50,000 after aborted finance company trial
Four finance company bosses whose trial on financial crime charges was aborted after an "unprecedented" mistake by the Financial Markets Authority have been awarded a combined $115,000. 
© 2018 7:13pm 

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Thrills and chills at Broadway's Frozen musical
Olaf a minute? Our verdict on a musical version of Disney's hit film that's just opened on Broadway. 
© 2018 BBCWorld 7:03pm 

'Disgusting and inappropriate' Wildfoods ad slammed
The local mayor has defended a Hokitika Wildfoods Festival advert that uses Maori and native American imagery, saying the 'PC brigade are all frothing at their mouth'. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 7:03pm 

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Tip of the Far North cut off after washout
The northern tip of the Far North will be cut off all weekend due to a washout on State Highway One.The road is washed out between Whalers Rd and Lamb Rd, near Pukenui at about 3.50pm.Pukenui is 35km north of Awanui, on the way... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 6:43pm 

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Farm manager convicted after breaking tails of cattle
A farm manager in Golden Bay has been found guilty of ill-treating cows in his care. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 7:23pm 

Washout closes State Highway 1 in Far North over the weekend, isolating residents
The road to Cape RÄ?inga has been closed due to a "significant" washout, leaving residents and commuters stranded. 
© 2018 7:23pm 

Roosters and chickens dumped at cemetery slaughtered after brood gets out of hand
Roosters and chickens have met their maker among the gravestones. 
© 2018 7:13pm 

Nothing the oil industry doesn't already know
OPINION: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern engaged in some high-stakes politics this week when she appeared to tell Greenpeace supporters outside Parliament that the Government was "actively considering" ending oil and gas exploration â?? and then carefully walked that comment back with media later. 
© 2018 7:13pm 

Some employers hiring non-smokers exclusively, recruiters say
Not being willing to stub out can snuff out job opportunities for smokers, employers say. 
© 2018 7:13pm 

Health by Choice: Carolyn Hansen asks if you have hit that workout wall?
Have you hit that workout wall? You know, the one that stops us dead in our tracks, sucking away every little bit of motivation we may have left?Why does this happen? What causes this dreadful blockage to surface that steals our... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 7:13pm 

Printer chosen to produce royal wedding invitations tells all
The 24-year-old former intern at the printing company that produced the 600 invitations for Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding has said she 'squealed a little bit' when she was given the royal task.Lottie Small, who works for the... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 7:13pm 

Couture's OT goal sends Sharks past Golden Knights 2-1
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Logan Couture scored 39 seconds into overtime to send the San Jose Sharks to their season-high sixth straight victory, 2-1 over the Vegas Golden Knights on Thursday night.Brent Burns also scored and Martin... 
© 2018 NZ Herald 7:03pm 

Sport: World Rugby probe rules against Tahiti rugby union
A World Rugby investigation has found that the Tahiti Rugby Union fielded ineligible players during the Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifier against the Cook Islands in Rarotonga last year. 
© 2018 RadioNZ 6:43pm 

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