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    The Forestry Minister says that 10-million dollars from the Billion Trees fund - will be invested in large-scale planting
     31 May 2020
    The Forestry Minister says that 10-million dollars from the Billion Trees fund - will be invested in large-scale planting
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    US unrest following the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd in police custody, follow live
    31 May: Protests and riots continue across the US for a fifth night after the death in Minneapolis of African-American man George Floyd while in police custody. Follow events as they unfold in our live blog.... more
    Coromandel drivers are being encouraged to take care with heavy rain set to continue
    31 May: Coromandel drivers are being encouraged to take care with heavy rain set to continue... more
    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge is preparing for a fullhouse for his side's opening home game of the Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign
    31 May: Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge is preparing for a fullhouse for his side's opening home game of the Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign... more
    Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have reportedly split
    31 May: The couple are said to have decided to got their separate ways, but there was no "fight" and they are splitting on good terms... more
    The Warriors are all smiles the day after a near perfect NRL restart
    31 May: The Warriors are all smiles the day after a near perfect NRL restart... more
    Two people have died on our roads, in separate incidents
    31 May: Two people have died on our roads, in separate incidents... more
    James Corden was told he needed surgery immediately when he went in for a check up
    31 May: The 'Late Late Show' host injured his eye in 2012 and whilst he thought it had healed, it seemed there was more to it and when he went to get a check up last month, he was whisked straight to surgery and kept awake throughout it... more
    People in the upper North Island are being warned to tie down trampolines and take care driving, with strong winds and heavy rain about to hit
    31 May: People in the upper North Island are being warned to tie down trampolines and take care driving, with strong winds and heavy rain about to hit... more
    Katie Price has praised her son Harvey for "defying all the odds" as she marked his 18th birthday
    31 May: The 42-year-old star marked her eldest child's milestone birthday as she praised him for never letting his disabilities - which includes blindness, ADHA and Prader-Willi syndrome, a genetic disorder which affects his development - stop him... more

     Most Popular Recent Top NZ News Stories
     25 May: A u-turn from one of the National Party's senior politicians +++++++
     26 May: NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX to send astronauts to the ISS in the first crewed mission from the US since the space shuttle ++++++
     24 May: A change in approach from the Prime Minister towards the Opposition might be on the cards after a change in leadership in the National Party ++++++
     25 May: A significant earthquake has hit the lower North Island this morning - and been felt across the country ++++++
     25 May: A telling off for a GP who sent a man home without examination ... only for him to die two days later +++++
     26 May: Police are looking for a man who picked up a hitch-hiker near Wellington on Saturday, May 16 +++++
     27 May: A pedestrian has died after being hit by a train at a level crossing in Wellington's Tawa, near the intersection of Hinau Street and McLellan Street +++++

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      31 May: Two motorcycle crashes on state highway 6 (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    The Forestry Minister says that 10-million dollars from the Billion Trees fund - will be invested in large-scale planting 15:47

    Motoring:
    Coromandel drivers are being encouraged to take care with heavy rain set to continue 15:27

    Law and Order:
    US unrest following the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd in police custody, follow live 15:07

    Entertainment:
    Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have reportedly split 15:02

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors are all smiles the day after a near perfect NRL restart 14:57

    Rugby:
    Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge is preparing for a fullhouse for his side's opening home game of the Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign 14:37

    Entertainment:
    James Corden was told he needed surgery immediately when he went in for a check up 14:32

    Accident and Emergency:
    Two people have died on our roads, in separate incidents 14:07

    Entertainment:
    Katie Price has praised her son Harvey for "defying all the odds" as she marked his 18th birthday 14:02

    Rugby League:
    New Zealand Breakers owner Matt Walsh expects the rejigged Australian NBL season to have little effect on the competition in the near future 13:47

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