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Living with a stranger

5 hours 9 min ago
Michael Hurst as Danny in The Daylight Atheist. PHOTO: SUPPLIED Satirical cartoonist and writer Tom Scott finds memories of his father keep popping up with each writing project. He talks to RebeccaFox about writing The Daylight Atheist.
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Art seen: July 9

5 hours 9 min ago
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Popular items for novel menu

5 hours 9 min ago
Judy Ling and Nareej Kumar Mothuku stand at the bar of Burger N Beast restaurant, set to open in about a month. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON Burgers, pizza and bubble tea will be on the menu at a new restaurant opening in George St next month.
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New Zealand GDP fall from Covid-19 worst since 1991

5 hours 9 min ago
University senior lecturer Dr Murat Ungor said New Zealand was very likely to record a second GDP contraction and enter a recession after the June quarter. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON New Zealand has had its biggest quarterly fall in GDP since 1991, a University of Otago economist has found.
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House of cups a foray into science

5 hours 9 min ago
Kyla Rae (9) and her brother Toby (8) try to add to a structure they have built from paper cups during an ‘‘engineering challenge’’ at Dunedin’s latest New Zealand International Science Festival yesterday. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON Eager youngsters yesterday learned more about building castles of the imagination out of paper cups at the New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
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Investiture ceremony

5 hours 9 min ago
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Unconscionable and from within

5 hours 9 min ago
Hamish Walker National Party politicians were absolutely right to suggest the leak of confidential information about Covid-19 patients was another sign of incompetence.
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Knight stable holds strong hand

5 hours 9 min ago
Roxburgh trainers Geoff and Jude Knight will deliver today. Now they just need their horses to do the same.
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‘Belief’ will help get side through, Whetton says

5 hours 9 min ago
Jack Whetton. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES Highlanders lock Jack Whetton has urged his team to back itself as it prepares for its match against the Hurricanes in Wellington this weekend.
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Lock’s injury big blow to Landers

5 hours 9 min ago
Highlanders lock Josh Dickson has broken a bone in his lower leg and will miss the remainder of Super Rugby Aotearoa.
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University still hoping to be able to play on home turf

5 hours 9 min ago
University of Otago Oval. Photo: Christine O'Connor University has not given up hope of playing at home on the University of Otago Oval this season.
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Ajax makes point in downing champion side

5 hours 9 min ago
Aleisha Ruske Perhaps it was not quite revenge.
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DCC yet to make decision

5 hours 9 min ago
A panoramic view of Forsyth Barr Stadium. Photos: Peter McIntosh The Dunedin City Council is still deciding whether it will apply for Government funding to put towards upgrading the city’s elite sporting facilities.
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Free to ski

5 hours 9 min ago
PHOTO: CARDRONA ALPINE RESORT Wanaka freeskier Finn Bilous in action at Treble Cone yesterday, enjoying the snow at the ski resort’s terrain park.
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Boag: Covid privacy breach info came from Health Ministry

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 19:44
Michelle Boag. Photo: NZ Herald Former National Party president Michelle Boag says the Ministry of Health sent her the private details of people infected with Covid-19.
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Aussie champion snowboarder drowns

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 18:13
Alex Pullin kisses his medal after the men's snowboard-cross finals in Quebec in 2013. Photo: Reuters Australia's double world champion snowboarder Alex Pullin has drowned while spear fishing off a Gold Coast beach, plunging the country's winter sports community into mourning.
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Covid-19: 'People struggling to comply with rules'

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 17:52
eight_col_rnzd0978.jpg Minister in charge of managed isolation, Megan Woods. Photo: RNZ The attitudes of those in managed isolation and quarantine facilities has changed, with some people struggling to comply with the rules when they see an opportunity, Megan Woods says.
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'Any questions about the road?'

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 17:35
National leader Todd Muller seemed somewhat bemused as reporters grilled him over disgraced MP Hamish Walker's resignation - desperately trying to shift questions towards the road policy he came to Ashburton to announce.
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'Any questions about the road?'

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 17:09
National leader Todd Muller seemed somewhat bemused as reporters grilled him over disgraced MP Hamish Walker's resignation - desperately trying to shift questions towards the road policy he came to Ashburton to announce.
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'People were being snaky': Hesson opens up on captaincy drama

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 16:43
Former Black Caps coach Mike Hesson. Photo: ODT files Former Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has recalled the captaincy controversy involving Ross Taylor in 2012 as the "toughest time in his career".
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