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Spark stumped as customers demand answers for 'virtually non-existent' cellphone coverage
Michael and Wendy Bates live north of Invercargill, just 3km from a cell tower, but their cellphone coverage is “virtually non-existent”. And they say the problem is getting worse. 
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Bigger, better, higher: New yacht club in the Sounds ready to 'raise the flag'
Built on a prime piece of Picton real estate, this club isn't just for sailors. It's for everyone. 
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Watch Kevin Hart Hilariously troll BFF Dwayne Johnson over gym injury
Following Dwayne Johnson’s gym injury, comedian Kevin Hart took to Instagram to show off his own bloody hard work. Scroll on to watch the ultimate troll video. 
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Disney+'s Mandalorian, Netflix's Suitable Boy among shows to watch this weekend
Star Wars' favourite bounty hunter and child are back, while Vikram Seth’s 1993 novel gets the full BBC treatment. 
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Deloitte Top 200: Finalists announced for celebration of Kiwi business
In a year which has forced businesses to adapt to operating in a global pandemic, the finalists in the Deloitte Top 200 Awards for 2020 showcase New Zealand businesses which have proven their outstanding commercial strength and resilience,... 
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Cataract surgery is declined despite severe vision loss, new study finds - and where you live determines your chance of getting life-changing operation
More than one in four New Zealanders declined cataract surgery had sight so bad they couldn't legally drive, a study has found - and how likely people are to get their vision restored depends where they live.Dr James McKelvie, a... 
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Euthanasia and cannabis referendum results at 2pm: Is Kiwi social fabric about to shift?
Major changes to the social fabric of New Zealand are potentially on the horizon with the preliminary results today from the euthanasia and cannabis referendums.The Electoral Commission is releasing the results at 2pm, but any close... 
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Election 2020: What sway might special votes have on the cannabis and euthanasia referendums?
If close, today's results for either referendum could change with the 480,000 votes still not counted. 
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Covid-19: New Zealand's health response is not 'fascist'
New Zealand has become a bit player in the US' highly polarised politics. 
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Estimated cost rising for New Plymouth Coastal Walkway extension
Extending New Plymouth’s Coastal Walkway was originally estimated to cost the council about $4 million – it's now about four times that. 
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Why we could soon see quiet, zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell trucks on our roads
Living next to a main road packed with trucks could eventually a much more pleasant experience if the promise of hydrogen fuel cells finally pays off. 
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Oranga Tamariki forced to pick up pieces of failed state policy, Waitangi Tribunal told
An investigative journalist who has extensively written about how Maori children end up in state care has told the Waitangi Tribunal that Oranga Tamariki are the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff of escalating inequality in New Zealand. 
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Treated Akaroa wastewater will be used to irrigate native trees
Treated Akaroa wastewater will be used to irrigate native trees in the area.The Akaroa Treated Wastewater Options Hearings Panel has concluded its deliberations on four options for dealing with the wastewater.The panel, comprising... 
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Malcolm Mulholland: Pharmac needs a short, sharp dose of reality
OPINION Dear incoming Minister of Health. First off, congratulations. Big job. I saw that Professor Peter Davis sent you a letter . In the interests of balancing the debate, I thought I'd do the same.Davis contends that the Pharmac... 
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Dog attack tragedy: Grandparents only met mauled newborn while he fought for life
Vera and Viktor Zabiyaka met their grandson Jackson for the first time only the night before he died as the result of a horrific dog attack. Jackson, who was born on Saturday, died in Waikato Hospital more than 24 hours after he... 
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More Massey staff under threat as university looks to work with Kaplan International
A union claims more jobs could be on the chopping block at Massey under a proposal to outsource some of its work with international students. 
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