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24 Sep 2019   
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Kaka go gaga in Abel Tasman National Park
A record number of threatened native New Zealand parrots have today been released into the Abel Tasman National Park. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 8:15pm 

Google wins landmark right to be forgotten case
A privacy regulator had sought to force firm to delist links across the world and not just Europe. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 8:05pm 

Relief as new Manawatu Gorge highway announced
The government's given the go-ahead for a new highway to replace the Manawatu Gorge road, much to the relief of residents of Ashhurst. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:55pm 

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Police spend $45 million to date in gun buy-back scheme
More than 24,000 banned semi-automatic guns have been handed in since July. 
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Married couple have spent the last 20 years creating street art around south Auckland
"A lot of people still treat us the way they would if they caught a 15-year-old tagging their fence." 
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Autex Industries become sole owners of Warriors
Warriors change hands for the second time in 16 months. 
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UFC: A Kiwi takeover
Well before his UFC debut 18 months ago, Israel Adesanya predicted he would fight Kiwi-born Australian Robert Whittaker for the world middleweight title in 2019. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:35pm 

Cimabue: Long-lost 6m artwork found in elderly woman's kitchen
A painting hanging above a hotplate in a home near Paris is a long-lost masterpiece, experts say. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 7:26pm 

-UN opens annual leaders' meeting encircled by troubled world
-Europe Needs to Stop Coddling Iran
-Brexit Bulletin: Judgment Day
-Even Putin Is Now Worried About Climate Change

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Rugby World Cup: Defence Blacks mistaken for All Blacks
The New Zealand Defence Force rugby team is taking on cult status as it travels through Japan, often mistaken for the Rugby World Cup holders the All Blacks. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:15pm 

Family grieves the loss of their daughter killed in a car accident
Katie Roberton was on her way to meet her fellow bridesmaids but she never made it. 
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Appeal to mine off Taranaki coast wraps up first day incourt
A mining company's fight to dig for ironsands off the coast of Taranaki has begun again today in court. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 8:15pm 

The wait for work, Tribunal hearing continue for Fijians
Hundreds of former workers at the Water Authority of Fiji are still waiting for their cases to be heard by the employment tribunal. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 7:55pm 

Businesses and unions support schools climate strike
Community and businesses urged to show solidarity for students striking for urgent action on Climate Change. 
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Great South gets $400,000 boost from Provincial Growth Fund
Great South will employ a portfolio manager and a project support adviser to manage PGF-funded funded projects in Southland. 
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Canterbury drivers overestimate their ability, blame others, new research shows
Canterbury drivers overestimate their ability and think other road users are the problem, new research shows. 
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Ex-England coach Tracey Neville reveals heartbreaking end to Comm Games gold
She kept the devastating news from her team as they celebrated the gold medal. 
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Autex Industries takes full ownership of Vodafone Warriors
New Zealand manufacturing business, Autex Industries, has this evening announced that it has taken sole ownership of local NRL club, the Vodafone Warriors, effective immediately. 
© 2019 7:35pm 

-Japan-U.S Trade Talks End With No Details on Trump Tariff Threat
-With Iran on his mind, Trump to speak before U.N. General Assembly
-Trump out to square America First with united front on Iran
-Israel's main parties begin talks on coalition government
-Seoul: US-N Korea nuke talks will likely resume in 2-3 weeks
-Lebanese man held in Greece on suspicion of hijacking freed

England's historic wall paintings at risk, English Heritage warns
English Heritage looks after 77 wall paintings, many of which decorate medieval abbeys and churches. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 7:15pm 

One Billion Trees Fund branching out nicely - Jones
The One Billion Trees Fund has just hit two significant milestones that will create more than 7,500 hectares of new forest cover, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says. 
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