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Restrictions on the movement of fruit and vegetables in Whangarei have been lifted as no more Queensland fruit flies have been found. A single fly was found in a trap in Parihaka on 1 April.
A land slip on Saturday shut down production at Macraes gold mine in Otago. No one was hurt. There was a similar incident a year ago.
Updated about 1 hour ago
Three buses at a Wellington depot have been destroyed in an act of arson. It is the second such incident in Karori in five months.
Updated 5 minutes ago
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