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l and oil filters dumped on Piha Rd.  Photo / Supplied Sarah Munro

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff to target owners of vehicles dumping rubbish

Auckland mayor Phil Goff says he's on the warpath about illegal roadside rubbish dumping and wants a strict-liability rule for the owners of vehicles involved. He also wants Auckland Council staff to increase the low number of prosecutions...


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ctured yesterday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern with partner Clarke Gayford. Photo / Doug Sherring

Jacinda Ardern pregnancy: Daily Mail columnist says PM's baby news "betrays voters"


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 to six people in Kawhia have contracted TB. The Waikato DHB has confirmed five cases so far. Photo/File

TB outbreak in Kawhia causes concern


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re Aucklanders are going to have to become Yimbys as the city continues its rapid growth. Photo / NZME

Hamish Fletcher: Be a Yimby and say yes to housing development


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M has come under fire several times before the 'coolest monkey' ad. Photo / Getty Images

H&M have a long history of creating controversy


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ficials from the crown and Tainui pose for the official group portrait after the signing of the land claim settlement between the two at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia. Photo/Alan Gibson

Waikato-Tainui and Ngai Tahu receive $370 million treaty top-up


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 President Donald Trump says the Deomocrats could have made a deal to avoid the government shutdown. Photo / Getty Images

Donald Trump blames Democrats for government shutdown


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ince Harry and Meghan Markle will wed on May 19 at Windsor Castle. Photo / AP

Prince Harry invites charities to watch wedding from palace


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monstrators hold signs while cheering during the second Women's March on Washington at the Lincoln Memorial. Photo / Bill O'Leary

Clad in pink and vowing to vote, activists around the globe flood streets for Women's March


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