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1 Gilding with brass
2 NZ SailGP team playing catchup in Bermuda
3 Live Ocean reveals its livery on NZLSailGP's F50 launched in Bermuda
4 Peter Burling and Blair Tuke christen New Zealand's SailGP boat
5 Arts events in the Wellington region from April 26-29
6 Amokura: The classic yacht celebrating her 80th anniversary by racing
7 Rolex Fastnet Race: Classic fantastics – Sail World
8 SailGP: Burling and Tuke get sailing in Bermuda, but will race a day early
9 SailGP Bermuda: Two America's Cup teams make gains on second day and fresh breeze
10 Gustav Otto Sanft, who killed daughter, admits shooting during parole hearing, but will stay behind bars
11 AUT defends its controversial role over PMC, but 'office' still a mystery
12 AWE updates Amokura-1 progress
13 Associate Professor Amokura Kawharu Appointed Law Commission President
14 Dad who shot daughter in head will 'forever regret' his actions, partner says
15 Teen walks from town to his school in the country, rain or shine, picking up rubbish as he goes
16 Auckland father who shot his 2-year-old daughter dead remains in prison to complete rehab
17 Arts listings in the Wellington region from April 16-18
18 Sanft trial: Mother of child describes the moment she knew her child had died
19 A Fast Train To A Sustainable Future
20 Law Commission class action review a 'step forward for people seeking justice'
21 Tamarind Taranaki told to stop pumping oil from offshore field until conditions met
22 Gustav Sanft found guilty of the manslaughter of his daughter
23 A push for class actions and litigation funding
24 Parole declined: Auckland man who shot his daughter does not want to return to 'risky' old haunts
25 Man who shot 2-year-old daughter had shotgun to protect drug stash
26 Pacific governments accused of using virus crisis to cover media crackdown
27 Panoho proud to have put Maori economic development on Taranaki map
28 Trial begins for Gustav Otto Sanft, who shot daughter in the head
29 Gustav Sanft 'unsure' if he fired the gun which killed his daughter
30 Auckland dad who fatally shot daughter in head admits offending to Parole Board
31 Sanft driveway shooting trial: Dad told police he pulled trigger
32 Dannevirke charity bridge tournament raises $900
33 Professors call out racism as a 'major issue' at universities
34 Back to help next generation – The Gisborne Herald
35 Fitness before flair as youngsters spend a day out with Warriors rugby league players
36 US toddler 'fighting for his life' after being shot by police
37 Three Pillar Approach To Funding For At Risk Public Interest Journalism | Scoop News
38 Ellison brothers remain connected with Māori culture while living it up in Japan
39 Northlanders invited to take part in Climate Change Tai Tokerau conference
40 Iwi manaaki needed for successful Matatini
41 Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race's Final Leg Highlighted the Need to Keep Stamina in Reserve
42 David Robie – The Conversation
43 Gun used in toddler's fatal driveway shooting was 'unsafe'
44 'Friendly fire' incident marked on walkway
45 Taranaki oil producer Tamarind 'may be insolvent', directors warn
46 Crown seeks US$100m from Tui operator; Prospector moving on
47 Northland Maori woman selected for world leading workshop
48 Abatement Notice served on Tamarind Taranaki Limited | Scoop News
49 New Zealand's Tui area oil project moves forward
50 Mangere toddler shooting: Dad charged with manslaughter over death of daughter
51 Creative graffiti with message
52 Galway Family's Atlantic Circuit Cruise Provides Contrast to Hectic Racing Programme
53 Drilling rig due off Taranaki coast within days to extend life span of Tui offshore oil field
54 Panoho takes back seat with new role
55 Equipment weighing more than 230 tonnes to be removed from sea floor during Tui oil field clean up
56 Rolex Fastnet Race doublehanding goes supernova
57 Turning his back on trouble
58 Favona manslaughter trial: Mother reveals horror as baby daughter killed
59 The Gisborne Herald
60 Mum-of-three rules
61 Keep Ōpōtiki safe and scan QR code
62 Quake-strengthened Hutt City Council building scoops architecture awards
63 Impact Investing presents opportunity to back a better future beyond just financial gain
64 Iwi wants springs upgrade paid for
65 Rolex Fastnet Race entry numbers smash all records Within an hour an unprecedented 400 boats had
66 Report: Tackle testing on the Reef
67 AWE starts oil production from Pateke-4H in Tui area
68 New works on international law and investment, January 2019
69 Our People: Glassblower Heather Kremen
70 AWE to sell its share in Tui Area Oil Fields to Tamarind Management for $2.08m
71 Jude Armstrong Gets Topper Boost For Dinghy Sailing Ambitions
72 Guarding our environment – The Gisborne Herald
73 Long serving Te Rarawa CEO Kevin Robinson calls it a day
74 Ellison brothers remain connected with Māori culture in Japan
75 Sir Mason Durie a finalist for Senior New Zealander
76 IRC winners return for Rolex Fastnet Race
77 35 years on, Tahiti's Temaru likely guest in Rainbow Warrior rewind
78 Kawharu to lead Law Commission
79 Meet the residents: Huia Books publisher Eboni Waitere
80 Behold, Māori politics’ great realignment. Or, don’t believe the hype
81 NZOG looking to drill Kaupokonui
82 Britain's Ocean City selected to host SailGP in Season 2 Following the season opener in San
83 Land blocks information now accessible via Māori Maps pilot | Scoop News
84 UPDATE: Tamarind halts Tui drilling; OMV assesses options
85 Newshub wins Best News Coverage at 2019 New Zealand TV awards
86 Plans under way for Parihaka apology
87 Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race 2019 – Unpredictable Weather, Unpredictable Outcome
88 Panels point to sights of Maori significance
89 Newshub, Patrick Gower among Three's nominations at New Zealand TV Awards 2019
90 Dun Laoghaire Dingle Minis Put in Maxi Performance in First Hour of D2D Yacht Race
91 Bid to prevent homes flooding
92 Artists' lockdown Mahara Gallery show in Kāpiti
93 Vale Malcolm Fraser, thoroughly decent fellow
94 Maori find it hard starting a business
95 Economic growth more likely when wealth distributed to poor instead of rich
96 Class Act: Roxburgh Area School
97 Te Rarawa CEO Kevin Robinson retires after 30 years with the Far North iwi
98 Gisborne District Court news – The Gisborne Herald
99 Granders on the Reef
100 Rights advocate says security chief's 'garbage' slur will open Papua wounds