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Whakatāne man charged with murder after crash victim dies
New Zealand Herald
A 21-year-old Whakatāne man has been charged with murder after a man hit by a car in Taneatua died late last week. The victim, a 32-year-old Whakatāne man, was hit by a car in Howell Rd about 4pm on Monday, November 12. He died in hospital last ...
Whakatāne man charged with murder after man he allegedly hit with car dies in hospitalTVNZ
Man charged with murder after crash victim
Murder charge after hit and run in WhakataneIndependent Community Newspaper
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Tax plan could see Kiwi firms shift HQs to Australia, NZX warns
A capital gains tax on profits from stock market investing could set off a chain reaction that saw businesses shift their head offices to Australia, the NZX and the country's largest sharebrokers have warned. NZX chief executive Mark Peterson and the ...
NZX and SIA say no capital gains tax on retail
NZX and SIA say no capital gains tax on retail investment in sharessharechat
Tax Working Group divided on approach to
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Veteran Dunedin broadcaster dies
Radio New Zealand
By David Loughrey for the Otago Daily Times. Dunedin broadcaster and city councillor Neil Collins died last night after an illness. Broadcaster Neil Collins signs off from Radio Dunedin in 2015. Photo: Otago Daily Times. Mr Collins, 77, began his ...
From the archives: Radio waves goodbyeOtago Daily Times
Mayoral statement on the passing of Neil

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NZ study reveals link between smell and obesity
New Zealand Herald
New Zealand scientists have revealed a link between obesity and scent, finding that the better a person can smell, the more likely they are to be slim. Lead-author of the study, Dr Mei Peng, from the University of Otago's Department of Food Science ...
New study finds link between smell and
Surprising new link between obesity and smell discoveredNewshub
Research finds sense of smell linked to obesityVoxy

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All you need to know about a ban on police marching in uniform during Pride Parade
Police officers have been banned from marching in their uniforms during the Auckland Pride Parade next year. The Pride board said it had made the decision because some members of the rainbow community felt unsafe participating in the parade with police ...
Levi Joule: Let uniformed LGBT police parade their PrideNew Zealand Herald
Calls for Auckland Pride Board to resign over police officer banNewstalk ZB
Auckland Pride Parade's hui over police uniform ban turns into 'a circus'Independent Community Newspaper
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A no-deal Brexit would not be as bad as the doom-mongers tell you
The Times
The prime minister used to have a mantra to sum up her approach to Britain's departure from the European Union. “No deal is better than a bad deal,” she would state, repeatedly. Although she was entering the negotiations with the EU in good faith, she ...

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Oppo R17 Pro review: Oppo's thriftiest flagship yet drives a hard bargain
PC World
I'm just gonna say it: if you're looking to get the most value out of your next smartphone purchase, the Oppo R17 Pro is a bargain that's hard to beat. The company's latest R-series device weighs in at a price that's a little higher than usual to be ...

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Ex-All Black Malakai Fekitoa hangs with 'hot felon' Jeremy Meeks
Former All Black Malakai Fekitoa has been spotted with an unlikely party buddy in Monaco - the "hot felon". Fekitoa, who left New Zealand to play for Toulon, France, last year, posted a photo of himself and Jeremy Meeks on Instagram during what he ...
All Black stars spotted hanging with Prison BaeNew Zealand Herald

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