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 2017-07-22 18:23 

Radio New Zealand

Canterbury and Otago wake to floodwaters... +

This morning's high tide in Christchurch was lower than expected and the city council is now planning for the next high tide....

 2017-07-22 18:16 

One News

'We'd rather win ugly than lose pretty' - Tenacious Chiefs cling to Super Rugby semi-final berth... +

They beat the Stormers 17-11 in Cape Town. ...

 2017-07-22 18:09 

Radio New Zealand

Chiefs beat Stormers to book spot in semis... +

The tenacious Chiefs have clung on to beat the Stormers 17-11 in Cape Town and fill the fourth Super Rugby semi-final berth....

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

Scheme warms up 1200 homes... +

Snow blankets Dunedin last week. PHOTO: DAVE HAY Dunedin ratepayers have made good use of the Dunedin City Council's Warm Dunedin initiative, leading to 1200 warmer, drier homes in the city....

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

Walking important social contact... +

Halfway Bush Walking Group members (from left) Judy Sapsford, Pauline McLeod and Pat Garth get into their stride. PHOTO: JOSHUA RIDDIFORD A long-standing walking group provides good support for its members....

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

Smiling through adversity... +

Jack Vernal with his mum Kathryn at their Pine Hill home. PHOTO: BRENDA HARWOOD Little Jack Verna smiles as he "commando crawls'' around the living-room floor, making a beeline for mother Kathryn and a big cuddle....

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

South D pop-up under way... +

Looking over the space are (from left) Cargill Enterprises chief executive Geoff Kemp, DCC arts and culture group manager Bernie Hawke, project manager Jane Nevill and artist Aroha Novak. PHOTO: BRENDA HARWOOD The housie hall at the Cargill Enterpr...

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

Checks made on recycling... +

Dunedin City Council solid waste manager Catherine Irvine holds the coloured cards that will be attached to recycling bins after inspection in the next three months. PHOTO: BRENDA HARWOOD Even the most dedicated recyclers can sometimes get it wrong...

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

'Honour' to put poppy by name... +

Sandra Lawn stands in front of a poppy she placed next to the name of Private James Cooney on a remembrance wall in Tyne Cot Cemetery, in Belgium. PHOTO: SUPPLIED A Dunedin woman has praised the "kindness'' of a Star reader who placed a poppy next to...

 2017-07-22 18:00 

Otago Daily Times

Planting has benefits all round... +

Volunteers muck in at the Sinclair Wetlands' final "plant and learn'' day last week. PHOTO: SUPPLIED Planting trees can be rewarding for newcomers, a Sinclair Wetlands Trust trustee says....

 2017-07-22 17:43 

Newshub

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Canterbury flooding: What you need to know... +

There are plenty of warnings from officials....

 2017-07-22 17:40 

Radio New Zealand

Froome on brink of fourth Tour triumph... +

Chris Froome has virtually secured a fourth Tour de France title after extending his oberall lead in Saturday's 22.5 kilometre time trial....

 2017-07-22 17:33 

Radio New Zealand

Warriors outplayed by Cowboys... +

The Warriors NRL playoff hopes are less likely after a 24-12 loss to the North Queensland Cowboys last night....

 2017-07-22 17:31 

9 News

One man dead after Sydney truck crash... +

An 82-year-old man is dead and a 75-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after a truck crashed into a front yard in Sydney's west.Police say it's believed the truck clipped a car on Burnett Street in Merrylands early on Saturday afternoon b...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

Slade Brockman named new Liberal senator... +

Former political staffer Slade Brockman will fill the casual senate vacancy left by the retiring Chris Back.Mr Brockman, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann's former chief of staff, was announced as West Australia's next federal senator on Saturday night in ...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

Aboriginal activist Yami Lester dies... +

Aboriginal elder and activist Yami Lester, who lived a life of "great hardship and challenge" after being blinded by Maralinga atomic tests, has died aged 75.Mr Lester, who died in Alice Springs on Friday night, was left blind as a young adolescent from t...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

Man dies after driving off Vic alpine road... +

A ute has careered off an alpine road and plummeted 15 metres down an embankment in Victoria, killing the driver.The 31-year-old Bruthen man's car lost control and veered off the Great Alpine Road at Tongio on Saturday afternoon, police say.The driver, an...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

Cyclist for cystic fibrosis to arrive home... +

A Brisbane man raising money for cystic fibrosis research by cycling more than 4000km across the country is expected to return home on Sunday.Dave McAdam set out on his epic journey from Fremantle on July 7 and has so far raised more than $60,000, with a ...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

Robust, heated Liberal debate expected... +

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian expects a "robust and at times heated" debate at a Liberal Party reform convention in Sydney on Sunday.Malcolm Turnbull has urged the convention to back changes to party rules which would ensure grassroots members have a gre...

 2017-07-22 17:30 

9 News

USS Ronald Reagan set to dock in Brisbane... +

A flagship American aircraft carrier is set to dock in Brisbane on Sunday and give its crew of thousands a chance to explore the Queensland capital.The USS Ronald Reagan - which is 333m long and houses more than 3000 sailors - is expected to dock at the P...

 2017-07-22 17:25 

9 News

Two men safe after boat capsize off Sydney... +

Two men are being treated for hypothermia after being rescued from their upturned boat off Sydney's southern coast.After an emergency radio beacon was activated on Saturday night the boat was spotted by an ambulance helicopter crew about a nautical mile o...

 2017-07-22 17:08 

Sydney Morning Herald

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'Push on chef': melting pot of mental, emotional risks... +
 2017-07-22 17:06 

Stuff.co.nz

Chiefs cling on to beat Stormers in Super Rugby quarterfinal in Cape Town... +

A 76th minute try to Shaun Stevenson saw the Chiefs cling on to beat the Stormers 17-11 in their Super Rugby quarterfinal in Cape Town on Sunday morning (NZT)....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Sex pest allegations: NZ Rugby staffer cleared... +

Police have cleared a top NZ Rugby staff member of allegations he was a mobile phone sex pest. The determination ends a six-year saga, which includes a botched police investigation that saw mobile phone ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Deadly dope poisoning Auckland's homeless... +

They do the "fish dance", the "funky chicken" or "just drop", say Auckland's homeless who have witnessed a sudden surge in a deadly new form of synthetic cannabis in their community. Seven people have ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Sudden death of West Coast farmer a tragedy... +

Farmer Bryan Edmonds farewelled his two young children and partner before going to work last Friday - but he never made it home, and was found lying dead in a paddock. The 28-year-old is believed to ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Turei's daughter: 'I would've gone hungry'... +

Metiria Turei's only child believes she would have gone hungry had the future Green Party co-leader not misled WINZ over her benefit status. Piupiu Turei, 24, has spoken of her mother's decision to go ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

The unsolved murder of Lois Tolley... +

By Kelly Dennett The late train from Wellington paced into Wallaceville shortly before midnight. The walk across Ward St was quick, and the residential street was empty. Quiet. Work was over for the ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Southerners face clean up after big wet... +

Residents in flood-ravaged parts of the South Island will have a temporary reprieve from the big wet today - before more heavy downpours return on Monday. States of emergency were declared and hundreds ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Bond-esque security for America's Cup... +

Like a scene out of James Bond, minus the martinis, the America's Cup is being secured by sensors, alarms, cameras and cordons at its new home. Look but don't touch will be the motto for members of the ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Real women don't conform... +

Mental well being - including anxiety - and the toll pressure to look slim and eat clean can have on women's health is being explored in a TV series about real Kiwi women. In New Zealand women are 1.6 ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Shoppers go plastic free... +

Kiwi consumers are helping save the environment with their wallets as more ditch plastic bags while shopping - and more are likely if the majority of our mayors succeed in introducing a Government-backed ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Kiwi singer aims for London's West End... +

At 15 Jarrod Lee was told he should never sing again - but 12 years on and the Aucklander has set his sight on London's world famous West End. "I had a terrible sense of rhythm, my pitch wasn't great ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Surrogacy last chance for Kiwi couple... +

Ankita Majumder and her husband Richard Henderson rattle around their beautiful suburban home. They have good jobs, loving friends and family but feel empty. Sometimes seeing pregnant women gets to Majumder ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Canes' brilliance disguises soft core... +

From Dane Coles' stunning return to Wes Goosen and Jordie Barrett, highlight reels will tell you attacking firepower is keeping the Hurricanes' title defence alive. With such gifted talents moments of ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

How much can you save by buying frozen vege?... +

The sodden winter has hit vegetable growing areas, causing supermarket shortages shelves and price rises lilely to continue for some weeks. But there is an alternative - buy frozen. So just how much ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Users loyal as power switches plummet... +

There might be a huge number of electricity suppliers to choose from, but fewer New Zealanders are opting to switch providers for better prices. But they are being urged to keep checking they're getting ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

New Zealand Herald

Bezzant: Why we should eat like the French... +

Last Saturday I placed two halves of a ripe, soft French cheese the size of a plate on top of a dish of sliced potatoes, bacon, garlic and cream, and baked it in the oven. Then I ate about half, with ......

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Bill Harris: No coach can 'make' a player, but they can make football fun... +

OPINION: The six qualities Belgium look for when scouting for young players (and Belgium, 10thin the world, know what they're talking about)...

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

David Bain's prison guard and close family friend speaks out on the murders... +

A former Dunedin prison officer whom David Bain called "dad"has spoken out for the first time about the Bain murders in 1994....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Jonathan Milne: No amount of bureaucratic cotton-wool will prevent serious injuries from wharf-jumping... +

OPINION:It's part of our Kiwi culture, say the enthusiasts....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Robert Whittaker braced for toughest fight of his career against Michael Bisping... +

Robert Whittaker is a man on a mission....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Cancer treatment has become a 'postcode lottery', say campaigners... +

FredFutschekdrove hundreds of kilometres each week to watch the love of his life die in front of his eyes....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Lance O'Sullivan sets up NZ's first virtual medical centre in town with no doctor... +

The town of Patea, doctor-less since its last physicianleft weeks ago, isopening the first pop-up virtual medical centre in New Zealand....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

'Kiwi culture' turns deadly: Now councils take action on wharf-jumping... +

The idyllic summertime of fun of jumping from wharfs and bridges into New Zealand's blue waters is hailed as a beloved part of "Kiwi culture". But a fast-rising toll of death and serious spinal injuries is now forcing leaden-footed authorities to take act...

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Christchurch grandmother admits $250,000 welfare fraud... +

Grandmother JasmineKasianaTeowaiHudson is likely to spendher 63rd birthday in jail after pleading guilty to a $250,000 benefit fraud....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Danielle McLaughlin: John McCain is proof there are still heroes in America ... +

OPINION:"I greatly appreciate the outpouring of support unfortunately for my sparring partners in Congress, I'll be back soon, so stand-by"....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Aaron Mauger emerges as logical contender to step up as Highlanders head coach... +

Aaron Mauger is firming as the favourite to step into the soon-to-be-vacated Highlanders head coaching role....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Alison Mau: Young people deserve a weekly hand-out as much as retired folk... +

OPINION:It's been a week where the long slog to September 23 seems ever longer....

 2017-07-22 17:00 

Stuff.co.nz

Crash Bandicoot's 'lost' level has finally been released, after more than 20 years... +

Crash Bandicoot fans who can't get enough of the marsupial have a new challenge to confront - and it's a doozy....

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