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Tenant does a runner, leaving thousands in unpaid rent and damage

An Auckland landlord is fuming after his property was track and rent was left unpaid.

An Auckland landlord is fuming after his property was track and rent was left unpaid.

Three people injured in head-on, two-car crash in Christchurch

Senior Sergeant Dean Harker urged motorists to take precautions during the Labour weekend.

Senior Sergeant Dean Harker urged motorists to take precautions during the Labour weekend.

DOC expands hut and campsite bookings after huge boost in Kiwis getting outdoors

Popular walking tracks have seen more than double the amount of trampers.

Popular walking tracks have seen more than double the amount of trampers.

Auckland man accused of violent, abusive relationship found guilty of multiple charges

The defendant, who has name suppression, had earlier pleaded not guilty to a raft of charges, including sexual violation and threatening to kill.

The defendant, who has name suppression, had earlier pleaded not guilty to a raft of charges, including sexual violation and threatening to kill.

Traffic heavy around the nation as New Zealand heads into long Labour Weekend

With holidaymakers stuck in the country this year, authorities are warning the roads could be even busier than usual.

With holidaymakers stuck in the country this year, authorities are warning the roads could be even busier than usual.

Recovery underway after car crashes into water at Wellington bay

The car can be seen flipped onto its roof at Shark Bay, Wellington.

The car can be seen flipped onto its roof at Shark Bay, Wellington.

Health Minister explains the ‘good reason’ fewer port workers are being tested for Covid-19

Chris Hipkins had praise for the industry at today’s briefing.

Chris Hipkins had praise for the industry at today’s briefing.

Nine new cases of Covid-19 recorded in New Zealand today

One of those cases was recorded in the community, Dr Ashley Bloomfield confirmed.

One of those cases was recorded in the community, Dr Ashley Bloomfield confirmed.

Two crew members from Sofrana Surville hospitalised with Covid-19

The ship that’s now off Queensland is thought to be the source of NZ’s recent cases of community transmission.

The ship that’s now off Queensland is thought to be the source of NZ’s recent cases of community transmission.

Milford Track almost ready to welcome trampers

A team of 30 DOC staff and contractors have been repairing the flood damage in the Fiordland National Park over the past eight months. Contractors Mathew Thom and John Henderson talk to Stuff about the special projects they've been working on.

A team of 30 DOC staff and contractors have been repairing the flood damage in the Fiordland National Park over the past eight months. Contractors Mathew Thom and John Henderson talk to Stuff about the special projects they've been working on.

Greens talk after talks with Labour

Greens co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw briefly answer the media's questions after they leave the talks with Labour.

Greens co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw briefly answer the media's questions after they leave the talks with Labour.

Oxford fire siren changes in hot debate

Fire and Emergency New Zealand has assured Oxford residents that night-time changes to their town's fire siren won't put them at risk, but some are still battling to keep the siren as it is.

Fire and Emergency New Zealand has assured Oxford residents that night-time changes to their town's fire siren won't put them at risk, but some are still battling to keep the siren as it is.

Girl banned from boy's rugby league

Aayla Toman is passionate about rugby league but is banned from playing in any u13 leagues because she's a girl.

Aayla Toman is passionate about rugby league but is banned from playing in any u13 leagues because she's a girl.

Study looks at Taiwan's Covid-19 response

Dr Jennifer Summers is the lead author of a new Otago University study comparing Taiwan's Covid-19 response to New Zealand's.

Dr Jennifer Summers is the lead author of a new Otago University study comparing Taiwan's Covid-19 response to New Zealand's.

How coronavirus forced this single mother to ask for help

Mother Sharlene was just getting by after her husband died. Then coronavirus hit.

Mother Sharlene was just getting by after her husband died. Then coronavirus hit.

Call for stop on effluent being pumped into Lake Waikare

Call for stop on effluent being pumped into Lake Waikare

Call for stop on effluent being pumped into Lake Waikare

Nationwide programme increasing number of te reo Māori speaking teachers to roll out

Nationwide programme increasing number of te reo Māori speaking teachers to roll out

Nationwide programme increasing number of te reo Māori speaking teachers to roll out

Kōrero of Ngāti Awa brought to life virtually to rangatahi Māori

Kōrero of Ngāti Awa brought to life virtually to rangatahi Māori

Kōrero of Ngāti Awa brought to life virtually to rangatahi Māori

Treaty of Waitangi negotiations to continue for Andrew Little

Treaty of Waitangi negotiations to continue for Andrew Little

Treaty of Waitangi negotiations to continue for Andrew Little

Paremata Update - 22/10/2020

Paremata Update - 22/10/2020

Paremata Update - 22/10/2020

Off-duty lifeguards save swimmers at Northland beach

Six swimmers were saved over a three-week spell as lifeguards prepare for a busy season.

Six swimmers were saved over a three-week spell as lifeguards prepare for a busy season.

West Auckland child receives the gift of hearing

A cochlear implant has given the gift of hearing to West Auckland child Rhythm Goyal.

A cochlear implant has given the gift of hearing to West Auckland child Rhythm Goyal.

Extraordinary council meeting in Nelson

Supporters of sidelined councillors turn out for the start of the extraordinary council meeting at Nelson City Council on Thursday morning.

Supporters of sidelined councillors turn out for the start of the extraordinary council meeting at Nelson City Council on Thursday morning.

Locals needed to plug Otago labour gap

The tourism and horticultural industries have teamed up to support each other in their respective work crises.

The tourism and horticultural industries have teamed up to support each other in their respective work crises.

Police at a property in Ōtara after baby found dead

Officers are investigating the unexplained death of a baby in Ōtara, Auckland.

Officers are investigating the unexplained death of a baby in Ōtara, Auckland.

Dozens of people wait outside after Wellington International Airport evacuated after fire

The cause of the fire in the main terminal is being investigated.

The cause of the fire in the main terminal is being investigated.

Scene examinations continue at Auckland property where baby was found dead

Police are treating the baby’s death in Ōtara as unexplained.

Police are treating the baby’s death in Ōtara as unexplained.

New details revealed about movements of person with Covid-19 who visited Auckland businesses

Health authorities say the person made a trip The Malt bar in Greenhithe, and Burnsco Gulf Harbour.

Health authorities say the person made a trip The Malt bar in Greenhithe, and Burnsco Gulf Harbour.

Glorious vision revealed for reconstruction of quake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral

But it comes with an almighty price tag.

But it comes with an almighty price tag.

Police watchdog clears officer who let convicted murderer go at booze checkpoint

Paul Tainui, who was out on parole, raped and murdered another woman just hours after the traffic stop.

Paul Tainui, who was out on parole, raped and murdered another woman just hours after the traffic stop.

Police attend scene of unexplained baby death in Ōtara

A man is assisting officers in their inquiries.

A man is assisting officers in their inquiries.

Rangitoto College student had ‘very little exposure’ with family member with Covid-19

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says there is very low risk for those at the major Auckland secondary school.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says there is very low risk for those at the major Auckland secondary school.

‘This virus does not take breaks’ – Ashley Bloomfield urges Kiwis to be Covid-19 vigilant over long weekend

The Director-General of Health says Labour Weekend isn’t a time to ease off taking the virus seriously.

The Director-General of Health says Labour Weekend isn’t a time to ease off taking the virus seriously.

22 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Two new cases of Covid-19, both in managed isolation

Dr Bloomfield says the first person arrived from the Netherlands, the second from Doha.

Dr Bloomfield says the first person arrived from the Netherlands, the second from Doha.

Team NZ outraged over decision that will distance spectators from America’s Cup regatta

The event is dumping two stages off Auckland at the request of Luna Rossa.

The event is dumping two stages off Auckland at the request of Luna Rossa.

Baked at Greenhithe bakery imposes Covid-19 Alert Level 3 on itself to keep customers safe

Manager Daryn Forbes says they want to keep people safe after a Covid-19 case visited the pub next door.

Manager Daryn Forbes says they want to keep people safe after a Covid-19 case visited the pub next door.

Mongrel Mob chapter pilots Hawke’s Bay programme to help members kick meth addiction

Mongrel Mob Notorious Chain Dog has 10 members immersing themselves in Māori culture and going cold turkey.

Mongrel Mob Notorious Chain Dog has 10 members immersing themselves in Māori culture and going cold turkey.

Concept design reveals what new Christ Church Cathedral will look like

The cathedral in the Garden City was badly damaged in the earthquake.

The cathedral in the Garden City was badly damaged in the earthquake.

Patrons of Auckland pub told to get Covid-19 test after visit from person who later contracted virus

The person who later became infected visited The Malt in Greenhithe on October 16.

The person who later became infected visited The Malt in Greenhithe on October 16.

Russian cruise ship granted Covid-19 border exemption after months stranded overseas

A Christchurch company will use the vessel, and its 22 foreign crew, for cruises around remote parts of New Zealand.

A Christchurch company will use the vessel, and its 22 foreign crew, for cruises around remote parts of New Zealand.

Witnesses to deadly Auckland house fire recall moment they heard loud booms

Police and fire investigators remained at the property today, trying to establish what caused the blaze.

Police and fire investigators remained at the property today, trying to establish what caused the blaze.

Greens emerge after ‘discussions’ with Labour over shape of next Government

The next meeting is set for October 27.

The next meeting is set for October 27.

21 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe

Jacinda Ardern nutty about Pic's Peanut Butter

Re-elected West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O'Connor offers to carry a 2kg jar of peanut butter for his "boss", Labour leader Jacinda Ardern, who was given the spread when she visited Pic's Peanut Butter World in Nelson before the election.

Re-elected West Coast-Tasman MP Damien O'Connor offers to carry a 2kg jar of peanut butter for his "boss", Labour leader Jacinda Ardern, who was given the spread when she visited Pic's Peanut Butter World in Nelson before the election.

Home away from home

Hazel and Colin Nelson planned to stay a few months in New Zealand visiting family. By the time they get back to Britain, it will be almost a year.

Hazel and Colin Nelson planned to stay a few months in New Zealand visiting family. By the time they get back to Britain, it will be almost a year.

Auckland v Sydney: why we should appreciate our backyard

Tens of thousands of us would have headed to Sydney this year for a holiday, here's why a staycation in Auckland is better.

Tens of thousands of us would have headed to Sydney this year for a holiday, here's why a staycation in Auckland is better.

Dr Bloomfield puts NZ’s 25 Covid-19 infections into perspective, but urges caution

NZ had 25 new infections to report today – yesterday, Spain had 48,000.

NZ had 25 new infections to report today – yesterday, Spain had 48,000.

Total of 25 new Covid-19 cases in NZ, 23 at the border and two linked to port worker

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the update from Wellington on October 21.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield provided the update from Wellington on October 21.

Eyewitness says ‘massive explosions’ happened during fatal Auckland house fire

Cockle Bay resident Gayleen Mackereth witnessed the blaze in Cockle Bay.

Cockle Bay resident Gayleen Mackereth witnessed the blaze in Cockle Bay.

Duo on a mission to ease homelessness, changing lives in Northland

Fifteen portable homes have been put on Māori land, with those living in them paying what they can.

Fifteen portable homes have been put on Māori land, with those living in them paying what they can.

Christchurch isolation hotel site of major Covid-19 outbreak involving foreign fishermen

Eleven people have tested positive for the virus at the Sudima Hotel, and another 14 cases are under investigation.

Eleven people have tested positive for the virus at the Sudima Hotel, and another 14 cases are under investigation.

Christchurch hotel locked down after Covid-19 outbreak among overseas fishing crew

There are currently 11 people with Covid-19 at the Sudima Hotel near Christchurch Airport, and more are being investigated.

There are currently 11 people with Covid-19 at the Sudima Hotel near Christchurch Airport, and more are being investigated.

Refugee brothers from Afghanistan win Māori carving competition

Mahdi, 18, and 17-year-old Ali Abed Hussaini arrived here in 2014 and have thrived learning about Māori culture.

Mahdi, 18, and 17-year-old Ali Abed Hussaini arrived here in 2014 and have thrived learning about Māori culture.

Christchurch hotel locked down after Covid-19 outbreak among overseas fishing crew

There are currently 11 people with Covid-19 at the Sudima Hotel near Christchurch Airport, and more are being investigated.

There are currently 11 people with Covid-19 at the Sudima Hotel near Christchurch Airport, and more are being investigated.

National review intends to ‘reconnect, listen and think about the way forward’, says Collins

The National leader has emerged from her party’s first caucus meeting after the weekend’s election loss.

The National leader has emerged from her party’s first caucus meeting after the weekend’s election loss.

Jacinda Ardern says walkabout Kiwis in Australia a matter for their authorities

It comes after more than 50 Kiwis travelled to Melbourne from Sydney under the trans-Tasman bubble arrangement.

It comes after more than 50 Kiwis travelled to Melbourne from Sydney under the trans-Tasman bubble arrangement.

National holds first caucus meeting since horror election result

The main opposition party has dropped to 35 seats after their horror 2020 went from bad to worse on election night.

The main opposition party has dropped to 35 seats after their horror 2020 went from bad to worse on election night.

Police say pair accused of murdering Kiwi firefighter struck him in head after hitting with car

Ian Pullen was found dead on the side of a road in rural NSW in 2018 – a man and woman are now charged with killing him.

Ian Pullen was found dead on the side of a road in rural NSW in 2018 – a man and woman are now charged with killing him.

Ardern outlines timeline for Labour-Green discussions and Ministerial positions

Jacinda Ardern said talks with the Green Party were "not formal discussions particularly”.

Jacinda Ardern said talks with the Green Party were "not formal discussions particularly”.

Emotions run high for National's Melissa Lee with colleagues set to leave Parliament

More than a third of National's caucus have been put out of a job following the election.

More than a third of National's caucus have been put out of a job following the election.

Indira Stewart says poorer families face tough choices around education

The Breakfast newsreader says parents can struggle to prioritise sending their children to school amid other challenges.

The Breakfast newsreader says parents can struggle to prioritise sending their children to school amid other challenges.

New Zealand businessman Eric Watson sentenced to four months in prison by London court

Watson’s been sentenced for withholding information about this assets from philanthropist Sir Owen Glenn.

Watson’s been sentenced for withholding information about this assets from philanthropist Sir Owen Glenn.

19 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

New MP for Ilam very excited to start work.

Ilam's new MP Sarah Pallett, who ousted National's Gerry Brownlee to win, says she believes her message of wanting to represent everyone in the community was key to her success.

Ilam's new MP Sarah Pallett, who ousted National's Gerry Brownlee to win, says she believes her message of wanting to represent everyone in the community was key to her success.

New Zealand has swung massively to the left

Stuff political reporter Luke Malpass says New Zealand has swung massively to the left.

Stuff political reporter Luke Malpass says New Zealand has swung massively to the left.

Jacinda Ardern celebrates emphatic win

Jacinda Ardern gives a heartfelt speech after Labour's historic win.

Jacinda Ardern gives a heartfelt speech after Labour's historic win.

Judith Collins concession speech

National Party leader Judith Collins addresses Party faithful with concession speech.

National Party leader Judith Collins addresses Party faithful with concession speech.

Labour campaign leader Megan woods

Labour's campaign leader Megan woods talks to Stuff as Christchurch turns red.

Labour's campaign leader Megan woods talks to Stuff as Christchurch turns red.

Nick Smith gracious as his hold on Nelson slips away

National MP for Nelson Nick Smith is gracious as his hold on Nelson slips away.

National MP for Nelson Nick Smith is gracious as his hold on Nelson slips away.

David Clarke well ahead

Labour MP David Clarke well ahead in Dunedin North.

Labour MP David Clarke well ahead in Dunedin North.

'A lot of sad faces'

Stuff chief political reporter Henry Cooke reports from National Party HQ.

Stuff chief political reporter Henry Cooke reports from National Party HQ.

David Seymour buoyant

ACT Party leader David Seymour feeling buoyant after initial results.

ACT Party leader David Seymour feeling buoyant after initial results.

David Parker pleased with how the night is going

Labour Party MP David Parker pleased with how the night is going.

Labour Party MP David Parker pleased with how the night is going.

Chris Bishop talks to the panel

National Party MP Chris Bishop talks to the panel about the early numbers, and they don't look good.

National Party MP Chris Bishop talks to the panel about the early numbers, and they don't look good.

Wairarapa swings left early in the count

Labour candidate Kieran McAnulty encouraged by early swing left.Labour candidate Kieran McAnulty encouraged by early swing left.

Labour candidate Kieran McAnulty encouraged by early swing left.Labour candidate Kieran McAnulty encouraged by early swing left.

John Tamihere wants Māori to believe in themselves

John Tamihere wants Māori to believe in themselves

John Tamihere wants Māori to believe in themselves

Zombie tree stump kept alive by neighboring trees

Within a shrouded New Zealand forest, a tree stump keeps itself alive by holding onto the roots of its neighboring trees, exchanging water and resources through the grafted root system.

Within a shrouded New Zealand forest, a tree stump keeps itself alive by holding onto the roots of its neighboring trees, exchanging water and resources through the grafted root system.

16 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

15 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan. To see the full bulletin, and 10 day long range weather forecast, go to www.countrytv.co.nz to subscribe.

14 October | Country TV- The Daily Report

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan.

Rural specific agri-business News headlines with Mark Leishman, and a look at the rural weather forecast with Philip Duncan.

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