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The rail workers' union says the asbestos problem that's led to 40 Chinese made locomotives being taken out of service is costing KiwiRail $3 million to $4 million a week.
The organisation representing body corporates says the prospect of urban apartments housing drug-making labs presents a very complicated situation.
The Leaning Lodge tramping hut in Otago leans no more after volunteers put in 1000 hours of labour to restore it - the hut was originally built in 1958 and reopens on Saturday.
A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 people bound for Beijing has lost contact with air traffic control after leaving Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur.
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