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Watch live: Christopher Luxon speaks to media in Lower Hutt
Budget day is just one week away where Kiwis will find out how much money the government has, where it plans to find more, and where it plans to spend it. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:25pm 

‘He’s a great asset’: Blues rapt to have Beauden back
Vern Cotter is unsure whether his returned All Blacks star can play in ‘24, but says his presence is invaluable. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 3:25pm 

Auckland CBD building evacuated after reports of gas leak and fire
A building has been evacuated on Queen St, Auckland after reports of fire and ‘“smell of gas” in its basement. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 3:25pm 

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Nicola Willis gives pre-budget speech to business leaders
The finance minister is speaking to the Employers and Manufacturers Association ahead of Budget 2024. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:05pm 

REL - Board Succession Planning
Transport and logistics group, MOVE Logistics Group Limited (NZX/ASX: MOV), wishes to advise that Lorraine Witten, a Director since 2017 and Chair for the last two and a half years, has announced that she will retire 
© 2024 sharechat.co.nz 3:05pm 

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Gumboot charity's links to National questioned after $24m funding boost
The new chair of I Am Hope had made significant donations to the National Party, and its former CEO ran for candidacy, leading to questions about a “stacked” process. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 2:35pm 

-Traveler Shows Off Inventive Solution to Avoiding Oversized Baggage Fees
-Italian museum recreates Tanzanian butterfly forest to raise awareness on biodiversity research

5 dead and at least 35 hurt as tornadoes ripped through Iowa Tuesday, officials say
The tornadoes have left a swath of obliterated homes, splintered trees and crumpled cars. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:25pm 

Man arrested in Auckland over chocolate bar theft
Police say the arrest related to an earlier incident, when a shop in the city was found to be selling stolen chocolate. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:25pm 

PNG Prime Minister 'undeterred' by likely no confidence motion
James Marape says his government's numbers are secure as they prepare for the expected vote, with Pangu Pati retaining the backing of 59 MPs and his coalition supporters remain intact. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:05pm 

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Wellington City Council corrects Epuni Street to Honiana Te Puni Street
Mayor Tory Whanau says the new street name correctly recognises chief Honiana Te Puni. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:25pm 

National MP hits back at corruption claims over undeclared donations
Embattled New Plymouth MP David MacLeod has emphatically denied allegations that his undeclared political donations were in any way corrupt. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 3:25pm 

Auckland man sought a month after he allegedly assaulted elderly train worker
The victim, a 72-year-old train manager, was working on a carriage train between New Lynn and Fruitvale when the incident took place, police say. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 3:25pm 

Live: Big waves, blustery winds arriving with polar jet stream
Waves of 5 metres and above are on the way for parts of the country, with high winds as the cold blast hits. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 3:25pm 

Ministry of Social Development proposes further job cuts
Its workforce is set to drop by more than 700, after further proposed cuts announced today. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 3:05pm 

How open platform video technology is powering greener cities
Open-platform video tech is enabling cities to meet sustainability goals by unifying data from IoT devices, thus improving public services and reducing environmental impact. 
© 2024 ITBrief 3:05pm 

Live: Big waves, cold blast on the way - but snow ‘unlikely’ at low levels
Waves of 5 metres and above are on the way for parts of the country, but despite the cold snap, we’re unlikely to see snow on roads, says MetService. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 2:35pm 

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-3 arrested after shots fired outside of Airbnb in the Poconos
-Sherpa Sets New Mount Everest Summits Record
-Hostage families share disturbing video of Israeli soldiers being abducted by Hamas on Oct. 7

Police seek man after elderly train worker left unconscious from assault
Auckland police are seeking a man over an assault which left an elderly train worker unconscious in March. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 2:25pm 

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Why three quarters of enterprises are struggling to meet enterprise data demands
Three-quarters of enterprises are failing to meet data demands, with complex IT infrastructures and inadequate data management causing significant setbacks. 
© 2024 ITBrief 2:25pm 

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