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    Bikers gear up for Pink Ribbon Ride

    More than 350 bikers are expected to take part in the Women's International Motorcycle Association's (WIMA) annual Pink Ribbon Ride in Auckland this Sunday October 11, raising funds for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.

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    Victoria University bomb threat- Murphy Building cleared

    Wellington Police are evacuating the Murphy Building at Victoria University campus after a note threatening the detonation of a bomb was discovered.

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    Te Mahana initiative contributes to World Homeless Day 2015

    Five community organisations are collaborating under the Wellington City Council's Te Mahana initiative, a strategy to end homelessness, to help people into their own homes through the 14 hour homeless fundraiser. 

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    Earthquake strikes central North Island

    Geonet has reported that a 4.7 magnitude quake struck the central and lower North Island.

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    Masses assemble for Ngā Manu Kōrero pōhiri in Wellington

    The masses have assembled in Wellington for Ngā Manu Kōrero.  For the duration of this week, schools will compete for the honour of hanging the names of Pei Te Hurinui, Korimako, Rāwhiti Īhaka and Turi Carroll in their halls.

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    'Australia' winners of Rippa Rugby World Cup in Wellington

    Australia has taken out the Rippa Rugby World Cup title, beating USA 35-20 in an exciting final of the two day national tournament in Wellington.

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    Native Affairs – Hīkoi Anniversary

    Today marks the 40th anniversary of that famous day when a small band of Māori left Te Hapua in the Far North on a march to Wellington to protest against the loss of Māori land.  Known as Te Rōpū o Te Matakite, they were led by the late Dame Whina Cooper.

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    Cook Islands artists to share knowledge and skills with Aotearoa

    Six artists from the Cook Islands specialising in heritage art forms will visit Aotearoa next week as part of an annual cultural exchange programme with the Pacific Islands, set up by Creative New Zealand.

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    'Stop selling our state homes' protest to be held at Parliament

    State Housing Action Network (SHAN) is organising a protest hikoi to parliament to demand National MPs and their allies stop the sale of state houses. 

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    Māori successful at NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults

    Wellington's Government House hosted the annual New Zealand Book Awards For Children and Young Adults which saw many talented authors, illustrators and translators acknowledged.

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