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Zane Wedding lay awake for three nights, troubled by an ear that seemed to be blocked with water. It was actually a cockroach. Audio
In the latest twist in the Novak Djokovic visa scandal, Australian border officials are now investigating whether the men's world tennis number one incorrectly filled out his travel declaration.
Paediatricians are concerned about the impact of any more disruptions to schooling as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
University of Otago epidemiologist Amanda Kvalsvig has called for a delayed… Audio
Yesterday there were just fourteen new community cases of Covid-19 - raising hopes Delta has been sent packing.
With 92 percent of the eligible population double-vaccinated, has New Zealand claimed… Audio
The police have launched a homicide investigation after an incident in the Auckland suburb of Albany in the early hours of this morning.
Officers were called to Vinewood Drive at around half past one… Audio
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is once again facing questions about a social event for Downing Street staff which took place while the country was in a strict lockdown in May 2020.
As many as… Audio
The Police are assuring the public new tightened rules for officers photographing young people will not lead to more rangatahi Maori being arrested.
They are being commended for the changes, which… Audio
The police are being commended for tightening the rules on officers photographing young people, but there are concerns it could lead to the perverse outcome of more Māori being arrested.
The changes… Audio
A surge in Covid-19 infections across India is not deterring Hindu worshippers who are expected to gather on the riverbanks on Friday and Saturday.
Vape sellers are reassuring the public their products are safe despite an eight-fold increase in injuries linked to the devices.
New data from a financial agency shows mental health funding levels are behind community demand as a result of Covid-19 and housing issues.
Mortgage lending flows were high at the tail-end of 2021, however, there are signs of an easing for low-deposit lending to owner-occupiers.
There are reports dozens of people were asked to attend a drinks event in the UK prime minister's garden during the first lockdown.
The union representing senior salaried doctors says there is growing anxiety about the Omicron variant among hospital staff in an already burnt out workforce.
Some offenders are having to go to prison because they do not live in an area where there is a good enough signal for electronic monitoring. Audio
A US man has become the first person in the world to get a heart transplant from a genetically-modified pig.
University of Otago epidemiologist Amanda Kvalsvig says a delayed start would buy more time to get more kids vaccinated, but another expert says the suggestion is an overreaction.
An update to Tesla cars adds a mode to follow other cars more closely and to slow rather than stop.
A Northland intersection - where students were injured in a bus crash - is yet to change, despite investigators' advice.
The world men's tennis number one, Novak Djokovic, is a free man once more.
He last night won his court battle to stay in Australia and defend his Grand Slam title next week.
But government… Audio
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