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Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: Auckland Theatre Company's 'Grand Horizons' show will go on
An Auckland play is raising the curtain despite the red traffic light setting. Grand Horizons is going ahead with its opening night on February 8 and is adjusting performances to cater for audiences capped at 100 people. Although...
A 6.6-magnitude earthquake has been reported in the Kermadec Islands region, about 1100km northeast of New Zealand. The National Emergency Management Agency is monitoring the potential that a tsunami created by an earthquake could...
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Three people are injured after a reportedly stolen vehicle failed to stop for police and fled in the early hours of Saturday in Christchurch. A police spokesperson said no pursuit was initiated and the vehicle was monitored by police...
By RNZ Wellington's Victoria University has publicly apologised to a group of former students who say they were sexually abused by teacher and composer Jack Body.The university says it believes Body abused the students when...
A Dunedin man capped off a week of meth-fuelled mayhem when he crashed a car with his pregnant partner and stole the car of a Good Samaritan, a court has heard.Marcus Brian James Forde (35) was eventually arrested on June 14 and...
A principal of a Dunedin secondary school who has not been vaccinated will be working off-site and unable to meet pupils when school returns next week.Parents of school pupils were told in an update sent on Thursday that Logan Park...
The latest MIQ battle to make headlines - pregnant Kiwi journalist Charlotte Bellis finding refuge in Afghanistan thanks to the Taliban - again shows how inhumane the system is, Act leader David Seymour says."Normally I joke about...