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The creepy clown craze has hit the University of Auckland campus. - New Zealand Herald

The creepy clown craze has hit the University of Auckland campus. - New Zealand Herald

1 NEWS NOW | Daily & Breaking New Zealand News from TVNZ

1 NEWS NOW | Daily & Breaking New Zealand News from TVNZ

SCAM ALERT – NEW ZEALAND – POLICE IMPOSTER SCAM – IMMIGRATION SCAM ALERT - Scammer poses as Waimate police officer #NewZealand

Scammer poses as Waimate police officer

SCAM ALERT – NEW ZEALAND – POLICE IMPOSTER SCAM – IMMIGRATION SCAM ALERT - Scammer poses as Waimate police officer #NewZealand

Auckland, New Zealand, 2016-Jul-25 — /Travel PR News/ — Award-winning restaurateur Michael Meredith is set to take his culinary…

Auckland, New Zealand, — /Travel PR News/ — Award-winning restaurateur Michael Meredith is set to take his culinary…

Pictured above is John Key. John Key is the current leader of Zealand. He is the prime minister he has been the leader since November 19 2008. He is the 38th prime minister of New Zealand. He was born in Auckland,New Zealand on August 9th 1961. In july of  2008, John Key was added to the New Zealand National Business Review  Rich List for the first time Key had an estimated wealth of NZ$50 million in 2008. John Key is the wealthiest New Zealand Member of Parliament.

New Zealand Prime Minister today said he is sympathetic towards Sikhs who were barred from entering the ground to watch India play Zimbabwe because they were wearing a kirpan.

Park Up For Homes - Mangere Auckland New Zealand

Mangere Town Centre car park is packed with people and their vehicles this evening as they prepare to sleep in their cars in a show of solidarity with the homeless in New Zealand. - New Zealand Herald

Auckland Skyline

The evening skyline of Auckland’s city lights from Mount Eden.

New Zealand Fire Service

Car 'toast' after crashing into house in West Auckland - New Zealand Herald

Immigration New Zealand powers curbed after non-deportation decision for repeat sex offender

Understandably, the Police Minister, Michael Woodhouse, has been keen to trumpet a per cent drop in criminal offences per head of population last year.

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