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Judith Collins says Government proposing South Island water assets co-owned by Ngāi Tahu
National Party leader Judith Collins says the Government is proposing South Island water assets to be co-owned by Ngāi Tahu - a deal done "with no say by local residents".Collins made the claim in a speech at the party's regional... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:35am 

Andrew Mehrtens backing Australia for 2027 Rugby World Cup
Kiwi rugby great says hosting some pool matches in NZ could cost Australia 'tens of millions'. 
© 2021 12:35am 

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Australian woman who moved to UK to be with plus-sized boyfriend hits back at trolls
A Sydney woman who moved to the UK to be with her actor boyfriend has hit back at trolls who branded their relationship "disgusting".Sienna Keera said she instantly became attracted to her now fiance and British actor George Keywood... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:35am 

Eurovision 2021: How this year's acts are aiming for a Covid-safe contest
The acts of this year's Eurovision have been navigating a global pandemic to take part in Rotterdam. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 11:45am 

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Covid-19 impact: struggling souvenir retailer urges government help
A souvenir shop owner wants the government to learn from Australia and offer rental support to businesses struggling because of the pandemic. 
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The engineer's son who became an artist and built a path through the bush
An engineer would build a pathway through the bush from A to B. An artist makes it "a thing of beauty", but it takes 15 years ... and counting. 
© 2021 11:45am 

Young Timaru basketball referee wins NZ award
One day Reagan Ashley might be able to fly himself around the country to referee basketball matches. 
© 2021 11:45am 

-Northern Ireland Protocol 'dead in the water', senior ally of Boris Johnson says
-'Sins of our past': Apologies for 1970 Jackson St. shootings
-Africa's lost languages: How English can fuel an identity crisis

Elon Musk's SpaceX Starlink satellites spotted in sky above Auckland
A "mysterious string of lights" spotted in the sky above Auckland early this morning has been confirmed as Elon Musk's SpaceX Starlink satellites. Simon Russell was half-awake and letting in his cats around 5am when he noticed... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 11:05am 

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Gear stolen from archery club worth thousands
A thief has shot an arrow straight through the heart of an archery club, stealing thousands of dollars worth of gear. 
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Central Auckland fight leaves one man seriously injured
The man was critically injured in a fight in Auckland's Symonds St, while another person was seriously injured in an assault near Dargaville. 
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Praising foreign students' English racist 'microaggression': UK universities' new guidelines
Lecturers should not compliment a foreign student's English because it is a potentially racist "microaggression", leading British universities say.Saying "you speak English so well" or "you're so articulate" to an ethnic minority... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:35am 

Mānuka honey battle: New Zealand, Britain, Australia in trademark fight
Britain has become embroiled in a bitter international legal battle over who is entitled to produce mānuka honey, The Telegraph can reveal.The British honey manufacturer Rowse has instructed lawyers to fight an application... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:05am 

Family flees house fire in Ashburton
The cause of the early morning fire in Mid-Canterbury has yet to be determined. 
© 2021 11:45am 

Covid-19: $250,000 raised as India's death toll passes a quarter of a million
Donations are coming in from organisations and individuals across New Zealand as India's coronavirus situation worsens. 
© 2021 11:45am 

Missing Christchurch 21-year-old found after police appeal
A 21-year-old Christchurch man who was reportedly missing for a week has now been found. 
© 2021 11:45am 

League - NRL: 'I got emotional': Eels coach shares teary embrace with debutant son
Jakob Arthur - son of Eels coach Brad - will make his NRL bow against the Warriors in Magic Round. 
© 2021 11:45am 

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-As the Palestinian minority takes to the streets, Israel is having its own Black Lives Matter moment

'I'm finally here': Greece opens to tourists
Greece has formally opened to visitors, kicking off a summer season it hopes will resurrect its vital tourism industry battered by the Covid-19 pandemic. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 11:15am 

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