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15 Jul 2024   
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Northland school board pleads guilty to charges after fatal school caving trip in 2023
It faces two charges of exposing people to risk of serious injury or death. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 5:35pm 

Immigration staff stood down over 'inappropriate' messages
Immigration NZ has confirmed eight staff were stood down in the past several weeks, over "a series of what appear to be inappropriate and unprofessional Teams chats". 
© 2024 RadioNZ 5:15pm 

AI Appreciation Day and the age of Gen AI
Generative AI isn't just jargon—it's revolutionising IT. Explore its strategic value, cross-functional implementation, and trust-building transparency. 
© 2024 ITBrief 5:05pm 

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Ko nga peperekou e 'okeoke' nei me kowhiri i te mahana, i te kai ranei
Ko tetahi kuia, e 88 ona tau, e moe ana i te 6.15pm i ia po ki te tiaki hiko, kei nohopuku ana etahi atu hei wharoro i ta ratou tahua. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

Quad bike crash near Havelock
A helicopter has been sent to the scene as emergency services work to access the site. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

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An overdose of orange cones? What the review of NZ’s workplace safety rules must get right
Opinion - Simply reducing red tape won't fix the deeper problems, work health and safety experts say. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:55pm 

Covid-19 update: 2640 new cases, 30 further deaths
The greatest number of new cases reported over the past week were in Canterbury. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:35pm 

Meet the unlikely hero of the Euro 2024 final
While Spain’s youngsters led the charge, it fell to a player who has lived through the hard side of football to clinch the title. 
© 2024 4:15pm 

Risking death: Hordes cross frozen lake at Aoraki/Mt Cook
Some are even carrying babies onto the thin ice cover for a photo opportunity on the frozen Hooker Lake, despite safety warnings. 
© 2024 4:15pm 

Auckland homes in ‘highest flood risk areas’ promised help
A total of 355 properties in south and West Auckland will benefit from the first flood resilience project, costing $58 million. 
© 2024 4:15pm 

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Busy Auckland mall locked down for an hour
A shopper at Auckland's Manukau Mall says she spent an hour locked inside a library, after reports of a person holding something that looked like a gun. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 5:15pm 

New Caledonia, NZ qualify for FIFA U20 World Cup 2025
New Caledonia and New Zealand have qualified for the FIFA U20 World Cup 2025 in Chile after they came out victorious over Fiji and Solomon Islands in the OFC U19 Men's Championship semifinals in Apia. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 5:15pm 

Cycling NZ admonished as mountain biker makes Olympic team
Sammie Maxwell’s successful appeal has her off to Paris, after an eating disorder led to her initially not being nominated. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

ABs can’t be blinded by ‘entertainment’ factor in San Diego
All Blacks captain Scott Barrett may have to politely remain mute if enthusiastic fans expect instant gratification in San Diego. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

Hurunui confirms 10.98% rates rise as it adopts 10-year plan
Hurunui councillors hope to complete at least some of their ambitious roading programme after belatedly adopting their latest long-term plan. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

Southern powerhouses collaborate for new Hokonui fashion award
Excellence in sustainable fashion design among high school students will be the focus of a new prize at next week’s Hokonui Fashion Design Awards. 
© 2024 5:05pm 

Z Energy 'vastly overstated' emission reductions - Consumer NZ lawyers
Lawyers for Consumer NZ compared Z Energy's claims to a tobacco company claiming harm reduction by saying it was delivering cigarettes "more safely". 
© 2024 RadioNZ 4:55pm 

Innovate, don't imitate: Rethinking NZ's economic strategy
New Zealand must stop mimicking foreign economic models and instead harness its unique strengths to foster innovation, create jobs, and build a resilient economy. 
© 2024 ITBrief 4:25pm 

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Horse suffers heart attack on racetrack - second in three weeks
Sixteen horses have died this year on New Zealand racetracks, and advocates say the racing industry is a “major welfare” issue. 
© 2024 4:15pm 

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