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  1. Driver sticks fully-clothed mannequin in passenger seat so he can beat the trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | Metro UK News

    A sneaky motorist attempted to beat the traffic by placing a full dressed dummy in his passenger seat so he could use a carpool lane. The unnamed motorist, 24, was captured on camera driving on a motorway in Auckland, New Zealand, and had dressed the mannequin in a denim shirt and a pair of sunglasses to avert the attentions of other motorists.

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  2. NRL shows it's willing to take a stand over players staying down for penaltiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | The Age

    The NRL and its referees have quietly taken action over diving - that is really the only conclusion to draw from an incident during the Warriors' last-gasp win over Cronulla on Saturday. Before a try that looked like it was going to win the game for the Aucklanders - there were actually two more touchdowns to come - Sharks half Jeff Robson copped a high shot and was on the ground for a while.

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  3. The Auckland housing bubble and shades of 1987Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Stuff.co.nz

    Motu Economic Research notes that between 1986 and 2004, Wellington's average house values rose the most around the country, gaining 82 per cent, just beating Auckland's 81 per cent. There is an element of sour grapes in this - who wouldn't want to own a property that is rising in value by $1000 or so a day? The booming Auckland housing market reflects a fundamental change in New Zealand society: till recently national property prices tended to move more or less in unison.

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  4. Immigration putting pressure on wages & Auckland housing market, Grant Robertson saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | NBR Newsroom

    Free audio stream, including stories that are padlocked on our site. Listen on any device, anywhere.

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  5. Aucklanders suffering from long commute thanks to city housing shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Stuff.co.nz

    Too many Aucklanders are forced to live out further than they'd like say Generation Zero, a youth environmental group which fights for climate change action and intergenerational justice. "Due to a shortage of well designed apartments and terraced houses in inner areas, most Aucklanders are competing for big houses on the urban fringe," says Generation Zero spokesman Sudhvir Singh in response to an article about "commuter babies" on Stuff.co.nz.

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  6. National club rugby resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | The New Zealand Herald

    North Shore, the defending North Harbour champions, served a timely reminder that they are not a pale imitation of their 2014 selves with an upset 23-20 win at Massey. The westerners looked the goods early, dominating possession and the collision area, and took a 15-6 lead to oranges.

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  7. More targeted approach to earthquake-prone buildingsRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | Scoop

    The Government is revising its policy on managing earthquake risk by better targeting regulations on buildings where location, use and type pose the greatest risk to life, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith said in a speech today to the Mainland regional conference of the National Party in Ashburton. "The priority in developing this earthquake strengthening policy for buildings is public safety and minimising future fatalities.

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  8. Horror day on Kiwi roads claims eight livesRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | The Otago Daily Times

    A 2-year-old girl was plucked from a vehicle at a fiery crash on the outskirts of Tauranga that claimed three lives and injured seven. A car and a van collided on State Highway 2 in Te Puna at about 7.30pm yesterday and burst into flames.

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  9. BYU seeks fourth straight national rugby title Saturday against CalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... we can get one more win and put the cherry on top [of an undefeated season]." Linehan, who is from Auckland, New Zealand and commonly referred to around campus as "Jonny Rugby," said he will probably try out for BYU's football team next fall as a ...

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  10. Libre: Blessie Gotingco caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Sun-Star

    SINCE April 28, the trial against the accused in the murder of Cebuana Blessie Gotingco in Auckland, New Zealand has occupied the attention of the New Zealand media. Presided by Justice Timothy Brewer, the hearing is conducted at Court Room 7, a few steps from my work station at the Auckland High Court.

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  11. Wright, ChristopherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Newark Advocate

    Christopher Wright NEWARK: Christopher Rodney Wright, 43, of Newark, died Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at his residence. He was born March 14, 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand, a son of Rodney and Jocelyn Beatson Wright of Tauraunga, New Zealand.

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  12. Man injured after hammer fell 3 metresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The New Zealand Herald

    Rescue services were called out to Surfdale on Waiheke Island at 3.45pm yesterday where the man, aged in his 40s, had been injured. Photo / File Rescue services were called out to Surfdale on Waiheke Island at 3.45pm yesterday where the man, aged in his 40s, had been injured.

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  13. NIB gets trans-Tasman with video conferencingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | ComputerWorld

    NIB Health Funds has rolled out video conferencing to boost collaboration between its teams in Newcastle, Sydney and Auckland, New Zealand. "The new model we have put in place allows us to do a lot more video between those sites, whether that be boardroom to boardroom or point to point.

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  14. Volunteer work acknowledged by PoliceRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Scoop

    By way of thanks to the more than 120 volunteers who assisted police the venue environs and transport services during the four ICC Cricket World Cup matches in Auckland, Auckland City District Police have invited them all to an awards ceremony and dinner at the Auckland Town Hall on Saturday May 2. Volunteers from Community Patrols of NZ, Auckland Safety Patrol, along with Pacific and Maori Wardens, offered to be the link between the public and Police and provided much needed support during the tournament. These well-established groups regularly operate throughout the Auckland region, working alongside Police most weekends and during other special events.

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  15. Mayor acknowledges need to review funding sourcesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Scoop

    Mayor Brown has acknowledged the need for Auckland Council to review its mix of funding sources between now and the next Annual Plan, saying in his final proposal for the Long Term Plan : "There has also been a recent discussion about potential asset sales. My position on the sale of our shares in Ports of Auckland and Auckland Airport remains unchanged - I do not support any such sale.

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  16. Hammer falls on man's headRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Otago Daily Times

    Rescue services were called out to Surfdale on Waiheke Island at 3.45pm yesterday where the man, aged in his 40s, had been injured. An Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust spokesperson said the man was presumed to have been walking past the ladder when the hammer fell.

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  17. C4ward Posted A Blog On Fat-Burning FoodsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Emailwire.com

    Auckland, New Zealand -- Burning body fat is a permanent undertaking; however, it is necessary to follow specific steps to keep the metabolic rate up to speed. The ideal food has to be selected and consumed every 2-3 hours throughout the day.

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  18. Hammer falls four metres onto man's headRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A man was taken to hospital in a serious condition after a hammer fell almost four metres onto his head. An Auckland Rescue Helicopter crew transported the man in his 40s from Surfdale on Waiheke Island, where the accident happened, to Auckland City Hospital on Thursday afternoon.

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  19. New Zealand beat Japan in women's water poloRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Stuff.co.nz

    The New Zealand women's water polo team broke through to beat Japan at the Fina Intercontinental Tournament in Auckland. New Zealand recorded an 8-4 win over the Japanese on Thursday night to finish third in their group and move into a quarterfinal against China.

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  20. Brian Rudman: Security cure as bad as diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The New Zealand Herald

    The security Jeremiahs will be most put out. Not one sword-wielding ninja, or explosive-belted suicide bomber, shattered the peace of Anzac Day commemorations.

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