Latest Bulletin: 5 am Saturday 30 May

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LIVE Cricket: NZ vs England

New Zealand take on England in the second test at Headingley this evening. Follow LIVE commentary of the match here.

NZ Football rejects FIFA's Blatter

New Zealand Football confirms it will vote for Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein in FIFA's presidential election rejecting incumbent Sepp Blatter.

LIVE commentary: Sharks vs Rebels

Super Rugby - the Sharks take on the Melbourne Rebels in Durban. Follow our LIVE commentary here.

Police to enforce lower speeding threshold

Police will enforce a lower speeding threshold and breath-test every driver they pull over to try to prevent any road deaths over Queen's Birthday weekend.

National News

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Final broadcast of Campbell Live

Tonight was the final broadcast for TV3's flagship current affairs show, Campbell Live and its host John Campbell.

Regional News

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Council to pay $24m to leaky building residents

The Auckland Council has agreed to pay nearly $24 million in compensation to the residents of a leaky high-rise apartment building.

Political News

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Govt reveals Auckland housing land

Housing Minister Nick Smith has released details of surplus Crown land in Auckland that he says could provide 600 homes in the near future.

Sports News

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Black Caps attempt to resurrect England series

New Zealand cricketers will try and resurrect their series against England tonight when the 2nd test of the two-match series begins at Headingley.

World News

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Sepp Blatter: 'I cannot monitor everyone'

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has condemned the "action of individuals" for this week's corruption scandal.

Pacific News

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Deeper regional approach urged for Pacific

The head of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Dame Meg Taylor has called for greater commitment from member countries to collectively solve problems and help the Pacific reach its potential.

Te Manu Korihi

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Transport costs will hit vulnerable Maori

A Māngere budgeting service says the cost of Auckland's new transport network will trickle down and impact on vulnerable Māori families.

Business News

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Business confidence falls as economy slows

Business confidence has fallen sharply, indicating that firms expect the pace of economic growth to slow.

Rural News

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Farmers warned about feeding swedes to cows

The industry body DairyNZ is advising southern dairy farmers to be careful about the amount of swedes they feed out to their cows over the winter and spring.

Protecting the safety of our citizens

Power Play with Brent Edwards: The Government has defended its decision to send troops to Iraq. But shouldn't safety start at home - or in the workplace? (COMMENTS)