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rmer Counties Manukau midwife Danielle Hart-Murray posted a heartfelt message about life as a midwife in South Auckland but has been told she has to take it down.

Midwife reprimanded after speaking out about horrors in South Auckland

A sick midwife who posted a heartfelt message about the horrific situations she came across in South Auckland has been forced to take it down. Former Counties Manukau midwife Danielle Hart-Murray's post describing the poor health...


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Whangarei woman was the successful bidder on Ling and Zing's house at the live auction final on Sunday night. Photo / Supplied

The Block NZ: Who bought Ling and Zing's house?


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e thing is certain: either National or Labour could lead the next Government, no matter which party has the most seats after the votes are counted, writes Audrey Young. Photo / Getty Images

Biggest party might not lead new Government


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niel Healy started teaching at Auckland Normal Intermediate in July and has quit already because of the bureaucratic hoops required to get his qualifications recognised. Photo / Supplied

Don't come to New Zealand, British teachers warn colleagues back home


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bour Party Leader Jacinda Ardern will take a break from the final day of campaigning to attend her grandmother's funeral. Photo / Nick Reed

Live: On the campaign trail - one day to go


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ergency services help the man outside Parliament yesterday. Photo / Matthew Taylor

Protester who set himself on fire outside Parliament dies


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am New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling and skipper Glenn Ashby hold aloft the America's Cup. Photosport

Sailing: Peter Burling and Glenn Ashby both nominated for world sailor of the year


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rry Clarke, in his late 60's has decided to start his own Jamaican food business. 18 September 2017. New Zealand Herald photograph by Nick Reed

How to be your own boss - even if you're older


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o women were left shocked and upset after a home invasion in Hastings last night. Photo / Google maps

Elderly woman and daughter in 'nasty' home invasion


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