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Napier Port's first public result falls 61pc
Napier Port has delivered a better than expected full year profit, although it's down on the year earlier. 
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Dunedin's largest water supply could soon be safe again
Dunedin's main water supply may be safe to use earlier than predicted following fears it was contaminated. 
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Grace Millane murder trial: Alcohol 'a likely factor in backpacker's death'
Pathologist says Grace Millane's alcohol consumption could have been a secondary factor in her death. 
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First Extinction Rebellion protester to be arrested in NZ heading to trial
Dylan Parker tried hanging a "gas is not a transition fuel" banner from a balcony at national gas conference. 
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Simon Bridges says he would welcome a snap election
Simon Bridges says National would welcome a snap election if Prime Minister called one. 
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Supreme Court dismisses Christchurch party rape conviction appeal
Two men who raped a drunk 15-year-old at a party argued the jury foreman at their trial was biased. 
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'Homophobic' shopkeeper reaches out to gay restaurant owners
A town with the nickname 'Gaytown' was accused on social media as having homophobic locals. 
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Jenny Mitchell nominated for Australian Gold Guitar award
Jenny Mitchell's second album has been nominated for an Australian award. 
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It's Stuart Hogg who cares too much, not Sonny Bill Williams who cares too little
OPINION: Sonny Bill Williams cares about important things, just not rugby results so much, writes Kevin Norquay. 
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Woburn Farm a vendor on the rise
With 28 two-year-olds set to go through the ring at Karaka this week, the 2019 Ready to Run Sale marks another big step in the rapid rise of Woburn Farm. 
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BNZ forced to increase its capital to $600m
The Bank of New Zealand has been ordered to add $250 million to its capital reserves after miscalculating its risk. 
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Sydney air quality beyond 'hazardous' as bushfire smoke chokes CBD
The Sydney CBD is barely visible from much of the city as a thick smoke haze from the bushfires chokes large parts of NSW, with health experts warning those with medical conditions to stay inside. 
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RBNZ steps up BNZ supervision after capital calculation breaches
The Reserve Bank says it has stepped up its supervisory monitoring of Bank of New Zealand after identifying weaknesses in the bank's capital calculation processes. RBNZ says it's also applying "precautionary adjustments" to BNZ's capital requirements, inc 
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Mum who had traumatic birth in ambulance critical of SDHB
A Southland woman is not assured that rural women are receiving adequate care. 
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Two men arrested after 'aggravated robbery' of Auckland store
A third man is still being sought by police for his part in the robbery. 
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It's not a vote, says NZTA, as SH6 petition collects 17,000 signatures
Petition power limited, as signatures delivered to MP on side of road, where drivers are still doing 100kmh. For now. 
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Role of 'Mr X' cited in failed appeal by Fleet killer
Murderer argued a juror attending an antenatal class 14 years earlier with victim's mum should void his conviction. 
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Browns defender Myles Garrett appealing indefinite NFL suspension for helmet thuggery
Myles Garrett's indefinite suspension for his part in helmet-swinging brawl to be heard this week. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 5:25pm 

Teen lotto winner Michael Carroll who won $31 million now works 7 days a week as a delivery man
When Michael Carroll hit the jackpot, he was a teenage rubbish collector with a baby on the way.The 19-year-old, originally from Norfolk in the UK, won an incredible 9,736,131 ($31 million NZD at the time) on the National Lottery... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 5:25pm 

MPs scrap ban on use of Parliament TV footage
MPs have agreed to suspend a rule banning the use of official Parliament TV footage for political advertising. 
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