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    Concerns an outbreak of cryptosporidium stemmed from a Canterbury public swimming pool complex
     22 May 2024
    Concerns an outbreak of cryptosporidium stemmed from a Canterbury public swimming pool complex
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    A group of children is calling on Wellington City Council to make playgrounds more exciting
    22 May: A group of children is calling on Wellington City Council to make playgrounds more exciting... more
    Two people have been confirmed dead and another person remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital, after a crash in Canterbury yesterday afternoon
    22 May: Two people have been confirmed dead and another person remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital, after a crash in Canterbury yesterday afternoon... more
    Six youths have been taken into custody after police recovered a stolen vehicle in West Auckland
    21 May: Six youths have been taken into custody after police recovered a stolen vehicle in West Auckland... more
    Two Rotorua lines workers are being called heroes - for rescuing a woman in a flooding car
    21 May: Two Rotorua lines workers are being called heroes - for rescuing a woman in a flooding car... more
    Déjà vu in New Caledonia: why decades of political failure will make this uprising hard to contain
    21 May: Even New Caledonia’s independence leaders have been unable to stop this latest spontaneous eruption of popular rage. France will have to compromise if there is to be a lasting solution.... more
    An Auckland man has been fined after apparently attempting to body slam into two orcas
    21 May: An Auckland man has been fined after apparently attempting to body slam into two orcas... more
    Emergency services are responding to a two vehicle crash in Kirwee's Wards Street, west of Christchurch - reported about 1.30pm
    21 May: Emergency services are responding to a two vehicle crash in Kirwee's Wards Street, west of Christchurch - reported about 1.30pm... more
    Heavy rain warnings remain in effect for Hawke's Bay, the Tararua District and Wairarapa this morning
    21 May: Heavy rain warnings remain in effect for Hawke's Bay, the Tararua District and Wairarapa this morning... more
    Julian Assange’s appeal to avoid extradition will go ahead. It could be legally groundbreaking
    21 May: The WikiLeaks founder has been granted leave to appeal the order to extradite him to the US. What happens now?... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     06 May: WorkSafe has laid charges against the board of trustees at Whangarei Boys High School - over a 15 year old student's death ++++++++++++++++++++
     04 May: A man has been arrested after allegedly waving a knife at customers at a KFC in Nelson ++++++++++++++++++++
     08 May: Most Auckland schools are in line of sight - of ads for unhealthy food and drink ++++++++++++++++
     24 Apr: Otago University students are being urged to secure properties from thieves ++++++++++++++++
     24 Apr: A person's died at a farm in North Canterbury ++++++++++++++
     22 Apr: The family of a Northland police officer hit by a car over the weekend is planning her tangi and waiting for the coroner to release her body +++++++++++++
     11 May: A South Auckland primary school volunteer who hit eight students has lost a nearly 5-year legal battle to avoid charges +++++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      22 May: Fast track committee not undermined by mp's donation - national (RadioNZ)
      22 May: National candidate tops parliament with undeclared donations (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: False starts before rse workers board flights for vanuatu (RadioNZ)
      21 May: The ultimate netflix hack to try for national streaming day - cnet (CNet News)
      21 May: National mp david macleod may face police probe over undeclared donations - law professor (RadioNZ)
      21 May: Strong nominees for senior sportsperson award (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: Live: national mp failed to declare election donations (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 May: National mp stood down from roles after failing to declare donations (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Entertainment:
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    Business:
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    Living & Travel:
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    Entertainment:
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    Health & Safety:
    Concerns an outbreak of cryptosporidium stemmed from a Canterbury public swimming pool complex 8:37

    Business:
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    Environment:
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    Cricket:
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