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Danny Lee into the record books

Golfer Danny Lee has won his maiden PGA tour title and a winner's cheque of NZ$1.8 million, becoming the first New Zealander to win on the tour in 10 years.

Hanover investors to get $18m in settlement

Investors who lost money in the failed Hanover Finance group will receive $18 million in an out of court settlement between the Financial Markets Authority and the former directors.

27-year-old in court over Nelson attack

One of two men charged in relation to an attack in a Nelson boarding house at the weekend has been remanded in custody.

Stargazing in the skies with Sofia

Belinda McCammon spent 10 hours aboard NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). She reports back on what's out there.

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Does your child have a sleep disorder?

Up to 5 percent of children are estimated to suffering from breathing sleep disorders preventing a good night's rest.

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Demand persists for Chch workers

Demand for overseas workers in Christchurch is showing no sign of slowing, despite recent comments from the Finance Minister suggesting the city's rebuild was peaking. (COMMENTS)

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Martin says Mark is best NZ First deputy

The former deputy leader of New Zealand First has endorsed her replacement as the best person for the job. (AUDIO)

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George Moala to make All Blacks debut

The Blues midfielder George Moala will make his All Blacks debut starting on the wing in the historic Test against Samoa in Apia.

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Greek voters reject bailout offer

With most of the votes counted, results from the Greek referendum suggest voters have rejected the terms of an international bailout. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)

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Tropical storm warnings cancelled in western Pacific

Tropical storm warnings have been cancelled for Guam and the Northern Marianas, and an earlier typhoon warning for the Marshall Islands' Enewetak Atoll has also been lifted.

Te Manu Korihi

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Junk food ads on Māori TV 'appalling'

Any move to allow advertising for junk food on Māori Television has been roundly condemned by a leading academic.

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Business confidence in Wellington down

Wellington's Chamber of Commerce says business confidence is down, and it is pinning some of the blame on the city's leaders.

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Minister confident dairy farmers will pull through

The Primary Industries Minister says he is confident most dairy farmers will be to able to farm their way through the low milk prices.

Drama as NZ First coup rumours swirl

Power Play with Jane Patterson - As coup rumours swirl around New Zealand First, Winston Peters is moved to quote Longfellow. (COMMENTS)