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    There's still no sign of two reports into sexual assault allegations against a Labour Party staffer
     13 December 2019
    There's still no sign of two reports into sexual assault allegations against a Labour Party staffer
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    Christchurch has spoken - and wants a new stadium
    13 Dec: Christchurch has spoken - and wants a new stadium... more
    The Prime Minister is defending the next step in deciding Ports of Auckland's future
    13 Dec: The Prime Minister is defending the next step in deciding Ports of Auckland's future... more
    The Government's taking a bite out of loan sharks
    12 Dec: The Government's taking a bite out of loan sharks... more
    Not everyone's in favour of a brand new stadium for Christchurch
    12 Dec: Not everyone's in favour of a brand new stadium for Christchurch... more
    A compulsory code of practice will be introduced to better protect students in halls of residence
    12 Dec: A compulsory code of practice will be introduced to better protect students in halls of residence... more
    Only eight days remain for firearms owners to hand in prohibited firearms and parts
    12 Dec: Only eight days remain for firearms owners to hand in prohibited firearms and parts... more
    New Zealand's Whakaari/White Island victims are all covered by state compensation. Here's why
    12 Dec: In New Zealand, people injured in anything from workplace accidents to terrorist incidents and natural disasters can apply for compensation from a government body. But is the no-fault scheme exposing people to greater levels of risk?... more
    Andrew Little says criminal justice reform is about turning people into good, productive citizens
    12 Dec: Andrew Little says criminal justice reform is about turning people into good, productive citizens... more
    Police Minister Stuart Nash has outlined his expectations to police about how they are to communicate
    12 Dec: Police Minister Stuart Nash has outlined his expectations to police about how they are to communicate... more

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     01 Dec: Everyday New Zealanders are investing in a crowdfunding campaign for medicinal cannabis to be grown in Marlborough ++++++++++++
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      13 Dec: Algeria election: the vote which few people want (BBCWorld)
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      9 Dec: Climate change: un negotiators 'playing politics' amid global crisis (BBCWorld)
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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    Taranaki rugby legend, former All Black prop Brian 'Jazz' Muller has passed away aged 77 13:27

    Entertainment:
    Ryan Reynolds says Hugh Jackman is a "fraud" and not even Australian 13:10

    International:
    UK election 2019 exit poll shows Boris Johnson's Conservatives on track to beat Jeremy Corbyn's Labour 13:07

    Law and Order:
    A High Court appearance for the man accused of murdering a Kapiti woman has been pushed back until the new year 13:07

    International:
    UK election results begin to come in as Boris Johnson seeks Conservative majority, live news 12:47

    Entertainment:
    Kevin Hart says he's "forever a work in progress" after a rollercoaster year 12:40

    Cricket:
    The International team is looking to keep the pressure on the American's heading into day two of the President's Cup in Melbourne 12:37

    Law and Order:
    Police deputy commissioner Wally Haumaha says the bodies will be taken to Auckland 12:27

    Entertainment:
    Maren Morris believes she may have conceived her unborn child on vacation in Hawaii 12:10

    Law and Order:
    A man's pleaded guilty to doctoring footage of the Christchurch Mosque Attacks and sending it to white supremacists 11:57

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