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    Mt Maunganui's Bay Oval is in line to host a Boxing Day cricket test against Pakistan ahead of the Black Caps and White Ferns summer schedule announcement at 11am
     29 September 2020
    Mt Maunganui's Bay Oval is in line to host a Boxing Day cricket test against Pakistan ahead of the Black Caps and White Ferns summer schedule announcement at 11am
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    Feisty exchanges during last night's young voters debate in Auckland
    29 Sep: Feisty exchanges during last night's young voters debate in Auckland... more
    Bay of Plenty wing Fa'asiu Fuatai has been suspended for three weeks for a tip-tackle in the loss to the Wellington Lions in the Mitre 10 Cup
    28 Sep: Bay of Plenty wing Fa'asiu Fuatai has been suspended for three weeks for a tip-tackle in the loss to the Wellington Lions in the Mitre 10 Cup... more
    Workers are shovelling snow off Queenstown airport's runway - and no planes are flying
    28 Sep: Workers are shovelling snow off Queenstown airport's runway - and no planes are flying... more
    A pair of divers are lucky to be alive after drifting off-shore near Gisborne yesterday
    28 Sep: A pair of divers are lucky to be alive after drifting off-shore near Gisborne yesterday... more
    A man will appear in the Manukau District Court today charged in relation to assault - after a woman died in Manurewa yesterday
    28 Sep: A man will appear in the Manukau District Court today charged in relation to assault - after a woman died in Manurewa yesterday... more
    The bill to compensate Mid Canterbury farmers found with Mycoplasma bovis in their herds might be around 17-million dollars
    28 Sep: The bill to compensate Mid Canterbury farmers found with Mycoplasma bovis in their herds might be around 17-million dollars... more
    A 31-year-old's due in Manukau District Court today in relation to the death of a 10-month-old in South Auckland
    28 Sep: A 31-year-old's due in Manukau District Court today in relation to the death of a 10-month-old in South Auckland... more
    The main road between Nelson and Marlborough has reopened overnight, following a fatal crash
    28 Sep: The main road between Nelson and Marlborough has reopened overnight, following a fatal crash... more
    The Central North Island has been shaken by a moderate earthquake
    27 Sep: The Central North Island has been shaken by a moderate earthquake... more

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     16 Sep: The historic sex abuse scandal engulfing Auckland's Dilworth School is snowballing ++++++++++++++++
     13 Sep: It's been a busy night for firefighters on the South Island's West Coast ++++++++++++++++
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     02 Sep: Did we ever find out how New Zealand's coronavirus outbreak started? ++++++++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      29 Sep: Election 2020: 'vanilla' housing policies unlikely to ease auckland rental crowding - economist (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: National would rename serious fraud office, double funding (RadioNZ)
      29 Sep: Election 2020: national wants to double funding for serious fraud office, give it a new name (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: Election 2020: chris luxon a shoo-in for botany, but expert issues warning (Stuff.co.nz)
      29 Sep: Police told not to download nhs covid-19 app (BBCWorld)
      28 Sep: Election 2020: serious fraud office budget would double under national policy (NZ Herald)
      28 Sep: The front bench podcast: national struggles while act rises in the polls (NZ Herald)
      28 Sep: Judith collins asked to embrace 'crusher' persona (RadioNZ)
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