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Eyewitness: Rescue from 'Middle Peak Hotel'
A two-week operation to rescue two climbers stranded in an ice cave on Mt Cook in 1982 had to deal with atrocious weather and a crashed helicopter. Don Bogie remembers the drama. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:25pm 

Rugby: New study reveals which positions are the highest (and lowest) paid
A new study has revealed which positions are the highest paid in rugby.European sports agency Esportif Intelligence has determined which positions are valued the most by franchises, by collecting salaries from England's Aviva Premiership,... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 7:25pm 

Manawatu Gorge and mental health talking points in final candidates' debate
Palmerston North's political candidates have faced off for the final time before the election, with all agreeing the city's mental health services need improving. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

First division $30 million Lotto Powerball still not claimed
Where is Taupō's $30 million Lotto ticket? 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib certain Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods will be at Belmore in 2018
Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods have assured Bulldogs chairman Ray Dib they will be at the NRL club next year despite Canterbury axing Des Hasler after a miserable season. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Kiwi jockey Robert Hannam suffers broken ankle in India
New Zealand jockey Robert Hannam has suffered a broken ankle following an incident at the starting gates in India over the weekend. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

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London Fashion Week: What we learned about next trends
Fashion fans in the capital tell us what we should be wearing next spring and summer. 
© 2017 BBCWorld 7:15pm 

National overtake Labour in latest election poll
National has gone clearly out in front in RNZ's poll of polls, as a result of the latest 1 News Colmar Brunton poll. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:05pm 

A tale of two campaigns: Food banks and corporate offices
National and Labour were busy campaigning today ahead of their final debate tonight, with Bill English at big corporations and Jacinda Ardern at a union meeting. 
© 2017 RadioNZ 7:05pm 

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Rugby: All Blacks prop Kane Hames hits back at Facebook meme
Rookie All Blacks prop Kane Hames has hit back at criticism over his scrummaging for the second time in as many weeks by taking aim at Facebook users poking fun at his performance in his first start against the Springboks in Albany... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 7:25pm 

Christchurch woman calls for NZ funeral industry to be regulated
Michelle Bishop has been unable to grieve for her daughter. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Te Ururoa Flavell's fight to keep the Maori Party alive
Somewhere on the road from Taupōto Rotorua, a young gas station attendant watches as the Māori Party's campaign bus eats up $400 of fuel. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

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James Corden jokes about controversial photo of him kissing Sean Spicer at Emmys
Were you upset by that photo of CBS's Late Late Showhost James Corden planting a kiss on President Donald Trump's former press secretary, Sean Spicer, at the Emmy Awards? Corden is well aware of the criticism and addressed the controversy on his show Monday night - however, he just responded with jokes. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Live: Bay of Plenty v Southland - Mitre 10 Cup week six
The Stags travel to Rotorua in pursuit of their first Mitre 10 Cup win of the season. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Supermarket produce manager saved life of customer who dropped unconscious on aisle floor
Rhondda Formanfinds it hard to describe how grateful she is for the New Plymouth supermarket manager who gave her husband his life back. 
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:25pm 

Strategic voting top of mind: Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says the most common issue voters raise with her now is not poverty or housing - but strategic voting."Since the weekend it's almost like the bigger issues have started to take a side-step to the... 
© 2017 NZ Herald 7:15pm 

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