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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 

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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'We did our best to fight for our community': South Auckland loses battle for airport shares
South Auckland councillors and local boards say last week's long-term plan decision was a lost battle for the council's remaining 11 percent stake in Auckland Airport. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:45pm 

MacLeod hits back at corruption allegations
Embattled New Plymouth MP David MacLeod has emphatically denied allegations that his undeclared political donations were in any way corrupt. 
© 2024 Stuff.co.nz 1:45pm 

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Woman accused of mushroom murders faces first hearing in Victoria's Supreme Court
The woman accused of murdering three of her relatives by serving a beef Wellington laced with poisonous mushrooms has faced Victoria's Supreme Court for the first time. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:25pm 

'Somebody tried to attack me' - Robbed Auckland shop owner says CBD no longer safe
A store owner near Auckland's Sky Tower says the area needs more police. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:05pm 

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G2 unveils new Software Intelligence Platforms category
G2 has launched a new Software Intelligence Platforms category, with CAST Imaging leading in performance metrics, underscoring a rising need for detailed software analysis tools. 
© 2024 ITBrief 12:55am 


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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 

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 

Watch live as 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 2:05pm 

Rookie metal detectorist's copper pipe discovery turns out to be guns, ammunition
A Wellington man thought he had found an old copper pipe while testing out a detector - instead he found two AK-74s. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:45pm 

French President says 'peace, calm and security' in New Caledonia 'priority of all priorities'
President Emmanuel Macron landed in Nouméa Thursday morning under heavy security. He says his top priority is for the French Pacific territory to return to peace. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:45pm 

'Amal Clooney is nowhere to be found': How the famous lawyer silenced her critics on her Gaza stance
She was busy working with the International Criminal Court's (ICC) eight-member expert panel on an investigation involving some of the biggest players in the war. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:25pm 

China starts 'punishment' drills around Taiwan days after new president takes office
China detests Taiwan President Lai Ching-te, saying he is a "separatist" and denounced his inauguration speech on Monday. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:25pm 

'Controversial' estuary dog ban considered by Waimakariri District Council
Dogs will be banned from the Ashley Rakahuri River estuary in Canterbury if a new bylaw gets approved. 
© 2024 RadioNZ 1:05pm 

PSNI could be fined £750k over data breach
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) could be fined £750,000 for a major data breach last year. 
© 2024 BBCWorld 1:05pm 

Portnox Cloud now available in Microsoft Azure Marketplace
Portnox's cloud-native, zero trust access control solutions are now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, boosting cybersecurity for Azure users. 
© 2024 ITBrief 12:55am 

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