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Chattrice Maihi-Carroll murder mystery: Napier man discharged without trial files $300,000 civil suit
A Hawke's Bay man jailed over a murder in Napier and then discharged before trial because of a lack of evidence against him is now suing the Attorney-General.Zion Hiona King spent 16 months behind bars after he was accused and charged... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:04am 

Man found asleep at wheel after drink-driving home
The keys were in the ignition but the man was fast asleep in the driveway of his home. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 12:04am 

Ready for anything: Rescue helicopter team goes the distance
While their main focus is the Manawatu-Whanganui region, the crew is called to about 450 incidents a year across the country. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 12:04am 

Person hospitalised with serious injuries after early-morning assault
Two people were arrested and will appear in court after police were called to an assault in Christchurch early on Sunday 
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Canterbury Museum revamp gets go-ahead, but still needs $70 million
Resource consent has been granted for a major revamp of Canterbury Museum. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 12:04am 

Treacherous circuit ends Kiwi triathlete Ainsley Thorpe's Olympics dream
Ainsley Thorpe crashed on slippery street in Tokyo, while Nicole van der Kaay battled on. 
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Suhayra Aden repatriation: Gerry Brownlee suggests following Australian laws on revoking citizenships
National Party's Foreign Affairs spokesperson Gerry Brownlee's comments about whether New Zealand should follow Australia's law on revoking citizenships - in light of a terror suspect's repatriation - is stirring up debate. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 11:34am 

LGBTQ representation at Games can change lives, says Daley
Ever-increasing LGBTQ representation at the Olympics has the potential to change lives, newly minted gold medallist Tom Daley said on Monday, after saying he grew up feeling like "an outsider." 
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Fire and Emergency contain house fire in Porirua
Fire and Emergency were called out to a house fire in the Porirua suburb of Waitangirua at 9.25am. The blaze was "fully involved" when services reached the scene, and had spread to a nearby caravan. A Fire and Emergency spokesperson... 
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Manslaughter conviction over crash which killed nurse Emma Bagley quashed
After nearly nine months in jail following a manslaughter conviction, an Invercargill man has walked free today.Taine Rupena Tata Bryn Edwards appeared today in the High Court at Invercargill where he has had his conviction and... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 12:04am 

Otago man who stabbed miniature horse Star 41 times to be released from prison early
Reginald Ozanne will be released on parole next week, four months early, after he was jailed for two and a half years for killing miniature horse, Star. 
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Shoplifting visitor to spend last month of working holiday in custody
The visitor from the Czech Republic was living in his car and stole multiple times from a Blenheim supermarket. 
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Britney Spears files petition to replace Jamie Spears as conservator
Britney Spears has officially requested that a judge strip her father of his powers over her career. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 12:04am 

Tokyo Olympics live: Bermuda wins first-ever gold with triathlon victory
Flora Duffy wins the women's triathlon, Bermuda's first gold medal in Olympic history, while New Zealander Nicole van der Kaay finishes 29th. 
© 2021 Stuff.co.nz 12:04am 

Seven teenagers in custody after police chase in West Auckland
The chase began after a police helicopter spotted a car travelling at high speed in Waitakere City. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 11:34am 

Fonterra to phase out coal use at Stirling cheese plant in Otago
The Stirling cheese plant will move to using wood biomass, making it the company's first 100 percent renewable thermal energy site. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 11:34am 

Hate speech hotbed: Data reveals Hawke's Bay and Gisborne residents being targeted online
Hawke's Bay and Gisborne residents experience hate speech and bullying online at nearly double the rate of the rest of the country, a study has found. HAVE YOU BEEN AFFECTED? EMAIL US NetSafe's 'State of the Online Nation' study... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 11:34am 

Eli Epiha trial: Jurors begin second day of deliberations for man who killed Constable Matthew Hunt
Jurors at the trial of Eli Bob Sauni Epiha, convicted of killing one police officer and accused of attempting to murder another, began their second day of deliberations by re-watching two videos that were earlier submitted as evidence.... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 11:34am 

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