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Continuous stream of breaking news, major stories, photographs and video covering events as they unfold across New Zealand and the outer reaches of the Pacific. New Zealand Newswire is created by a national network of professional journalists and producers, and content is delivered ready-to-publish or broadcast.

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His Royal Highness Prince Harry visits AUT Millennium Institute in Mairangi Bay Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, May, 16, 2015. Prince Harry takes a teddy bear from Maddison Hailes as he leaves. (AAP Image/Herald On Sunday Pool/Doug Sherring) NO ARCHIVING

Breaking stories delivered in text, photography and video across all news segments – national, local, sport, politics, finance, business and entertainment. Learn more about New Zealand coverage.

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FILE - In this Feb. 26, 2011, file photo, a relief worker walks past the earthquake-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand. Five years after the devastating earthquake, the ravaged city center is still largely an empty core, and it’s unclear how long it will remain that way. The ChristChurch Cathedral, the city’s best-known building, has come to symbolize the quagmire. The Anglican church decided it was too badly damaged to rebuild and began demolishing it. But that work was stopped after preservationists took legal action, leaving the building’s fate in limbo. (AP Photo/Mark Baker, File)

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epaselect epa05226500 People gather and light candles at the Place de la Bourse during a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks in Brussels, Belgium, 22 March 2016. Security services are on high alert following two explosions in the departure hall of Zaventem Airport and one at Maelbeek Metro station in Brussels. At least 30 people have been killed with hundreds injured in the terror attacks, which Islamic State (IS) has since claimed responsibility for. EPA/YOAN VALAT

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