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Eyewitness: 'These women bucked the system'
When restrictive new abortion laws were passed in this country in the late 1970s, a grass roots group of women immediately mobilised as the Sisters Overseas Service. 
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Boeing suffers new 737 Max issue that could delay return
The US Federal Aviation Administration has identified a new risk that Boeing must address on its 737 Max before the grounded jet can return to service, the agency said today. 
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Pike River Mine 'black box' data of no use - police
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has insisted the information recorded in the Pike River Mine black box after the first explosion is not helpful. 
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Uber driver's fatal crash: Daljinder Singh guilty of killing Daniel Kopa
The man accused of killing a young dad in a horrific central Auckland crash has been found guilty. Judge Peter Butler today found that Uber driver Daljinder Singh was guilty of operating a vehicle carelessly causing death.The... 
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Outgoing Spark boss Simon Moutter: 'Huawei technology is superior'
The outgoing chief executive of Spark has one departing wish - for the government spy agency to reconsider its ban on Chinese technology company Huawei. 
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Picton to Kaikoura 'Whale Trail' gets government funding
The planned 200km cycle and walking Whale Trail has been given more than $300,000 in government funding. 
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June business confidence weakens amid domestic, global headwinds
Business confidence has reversed the gains made last month amid on-going domestic and global headwinds, according to an ANZ Bank monthly survey. A net 38.1 per cent of the 376 respondents to the ANZ Business Outlook expect general... 
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Christchurch man on electronically monitored bail caught with $31k stolen goods
Police raided the Christchurch home of a man serving a home detention sentence and found $31,000 of stolen goods. 
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Sign of the Takahe to reopen as a 'friendly and welcoming' cafe and bar
For the first time in more than eight years the Sign of the Takahe will reopen as a cafe and bar. 
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Cauliflower coffee causing a stir at Melbourne conference
There have been plenty of additives mixed into coffee over the years, including turmeric, beetroot and even broccoli, but will cauliflower surpass them all? 
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Don't throw stones into explosive suburban mud pool, expert warns
Geothermal experts are warning people not to throw stones into a new mud pool that has erupted in a residential area in Rotorua. 
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Winners and losers - PM reveals first substantive Cabinet reshuffle
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is revealing her first substantive Cabinet reshuffle. Watch LIVE. 
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Waitangi Treaty Grounds country's first National Historic Landmark
Northland's Waitangi Treaty Grounds has been declared the country's first National Historic Landmark.Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Grant Robertson announced the news at Waitangi today.The new programme to establish... 
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Arrest made in relation to Murupara ATM burglary
A 27-year-old Kawerau man has been arrested and charged in relation to a burglary in Murupara earlier this month.A stolen log loader was used to rip an ATM from the front wall of the local branch of the New Zealand Credit Union... 
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Extra Time: RNZ Sport podcast
In Extra Time this week ...are the Black Caps World Cup hopes teetering? We get the thoughts of White Ferns star Suzie Bates. 
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League: Jazz Tevaga ready to prove doubters wrong in starting role against Penrith Panthers
Jazz Tevaga isn't your prototypical NRL lock. Listed at 94kg and 178cm, the 23-year-old gives up about 10kg and 10cm to the average measurements of the other starting locks around the league this week. But donning the No 13 jersey... 
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Waitangi Treaty Grounds made NZ's first National Historic Landmark
Site of Treaty signing will receive greater protection under new programme announced by Government. 
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Auckland measles outbreak: More cases spotted, 135 now infected
Diarrhoea, pneumonia, seizures, swelling on the brain: Horrific complications can strike nearly one in three victims of the disease. 
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