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The January 6 Capitol riot committee has announced a surprise hearing due to new evidence — here's what we know
28 June 2022
The committee investigating the January 6 riot at the US Capitol building announces its sixth hearing will take place this week, much sooner than first expected.
Hamilton's Mayor says the city's diversity is likely its economic strength
Hamilton's Mayor says the city's diversity is likely its economic strength...
Dunedin City Council has been blown away by the level of support for its Matariki event
Dunedin City Council has been blown away by the level of support for its Matariki event...
China pushes for Pacific foreign ministers meeting at same time Pacific Islands Forum meets
Beijing is attempting to muscle-in on the Pacific's most important high-level gathering, pushing for a meeting with the region's foreign ministers on the same day as another key event....
The Loop: Concerns over Boeing's 737 MAX, bleak data on Australia's gender pay gap, and what the ATO is cracking down on at tax time
Get up to speed on today's headlines with The Loop....
Grant Robertson's not worried a Labour MP who's campaigning to be Wellington's mayor is neglecting his constituency
Grant Robertson's not worried a Labour MP who's campaigning to be Wellington's mayor is neglecting his constituency...
More than a billion dollars is spent on takeaways and fast food each year in Auckland
More than a billion dollars is spent on takeaways and fast food each year in Auckland...
Most New Zealanders want changes to our drug laws
Most New Zealanders want changes to our drug laws...
New Zealand's first tyre recycling scheme is expected to have a revolutionary impact on sustainability efforts
New Zealand's first tyre recycling scheme is expected to have a revolutionary impact on sustainability efforts...
Strikes are crippling Britain's rail network as union bosses, train operating firms and the government face off over demands that workers' pay increases keep pace with surging inflation
Strikes are crippling Britain's rail network as union bosses, train operating firms and the government face off over demands that workers' pay increases keep pace with surging inflation...
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A matter of time before small businesses further contribute to inflation
Accident and Emergency:
A motorcyclist has died in after hitting a power pole on Rotorua's Amohau Street
Johnny Depp is reportedly in negotiations to make his comeback in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise
Bizarre 'Peaky Blinders heist' sees well-dressed men rob Dutch global arts fair TEFAF in broad daylight
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Law and Order:
Six people have been arrested, during a Police clear-out of the occupation of Wellington's Mahanga Bay
Accident and Emergency:
Lower Hutt's Randwick Road has reopened after a pedestrian was hit by a car at quarter past seven this morning
Katie Price has been reported to police again by her ex-husband Kieran Hayler
Health & Safety:
Doctors in Christchurch's East say patient bookings haven't risen because of the Bromley stench, but there's been a noticeable lift in symptoms experienced
Nicola Roberts has gone public for the first time with her new boyfriend Mitch Hahn
The Wellington Phoenix have further bolstered their squad for the upcoming A-League football season
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