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Protestors call for large turnout during New Caledonia municipal elections
A group in New Caledonia keen to change the voter registration system has called for a large turnout in next month's municipal elections. 
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Kiwis caught out by law forcing deportation within days, Australian lawyer says
As Jacinda Ardern plans to tell Aus PM to stop deporting crims, lawyer says practice is "heartbreaking". 
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Pedestrian dies after being hit by car at Tokomaru Bay
Person dies at scene after being struck by a vehicle. 
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Tokoroa courier thief surrenders stolen uniforms
Thief surrenders volunteer firefighter uniforms stolen after courier driver failed to have them signed for. 
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ACT Party targets gun-owners on election campaign trail
David Seymour said gun-owners angered by last year's reform could see ACT win several seats in the upcoming election. 
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Rod Stewart announces third New Zealand concert in Dunedin
Good news for South Island fans as the rocker adds a third date to his New Zealand tour. 
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'We will go ahead': Olympics organisers reject claims Games under threat from coronavirus
Organisers address former IOC vice-president's claims the Games could be cancelled due to coronavirus. 
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‘It’s going to get worse’: Virus impact on NZ firms
Our companies depend on Chinese factories, but the coronavirus is hampering efforts to get production started again. 
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You may have to wait for your next gadget: Electronics makers can't get parts quickly enough
Electronics manufacturers face weeks of delays in parts shipments because of coronavirus. That could affect the availability of a number of tech products down the road. 
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Train delays for Auckland Western Line passengers after fault near Fruitvale Road Station
A fault in the train line is causing disruption for West Auckland commuters. Auckland Transport is advising travellers to expect delays and cancellations on the Western Line. The fault is situated near Fruitvale Road Station,... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 8:15am 

Pedestrian killed in late night crash in Tokomaru Bay, East Coast
A pedestrian has been killed in a late night crash just north of Gisborne. Emergency services were called to Waimā Rd, in Tokomaru Bay, just before 11pm yesterday after reports of a crash involving a car. DO YOU KNOW MORE?... 
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Sport: 'Ikale Tahi to face England in November
Tonga will play England as part of their Northern Hemisphere rugby tour in November. 
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Taranaki boxer looking to secure second title in weekend bout
Boxer Tarn "The Terminator" Reid will be back in the ring on Saturday hoping to secure the vacant PBCNZ Super Lightweight title. 
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Poor advice and budget-minded decisions cop blame for New Plymouth infrastructure issues
Former elected officials have pointed to poor advice and past decisions among factors responsible for the poor state of New Plymouth's infrastructure. 
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‘Goodness me, it’s only Ashburton’: ‘junket’ divides Rotorua Lakes councillors
A "junket" to Ashburton and increased funding for an iwi partnership group and saw a verbal to-and-fro between councillors. 
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Super Rugby: Clayton McMillan named as Chiefs interim coach for 2021
Clayton McMillan named to fill in for Warren Gatland during next year's Super Rugby campaign. 
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Dropped catches remind White Ferns that fine margins decide matches at T20 World Cups
White Ferns in must-win mode at T20 World Cup after narrow loss to India where chances went begging. 
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Action film star Steven Seagal settles cryptocurrency case, agrees to pay US$330K
Steven Seagal isn't above the law when it comes to using his social media influence. 
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Glassons introduces recycled plastic knitwear and sustainable denim
Glassons targeting eco-concious consumers with new recycled plastic range. 
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Man tried to lie about fiery crash that killed two teens in Oamaru
An Oamaru man who initially denied being the driver of a vehicle involved in a fiery crash that killed two teenagers in June has admitted he was behind the wheel. READ MORE: • Oamaru double-fatal car crash: Deaths a 'shock... 
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