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What made the news – Our biggest headlines of the past week:

An Antarctic blast swept across the country less than a week ago and temperatures have been down ever since. This weekend a new westerly change will see temperatures lift up a little from the previous week.

Snow, frosts, black ice and flooding – along with a heck of a lot of sun – dominated New Zealand’s news headlines this week.

Meanwhile overseas Tropical Storm Earl claimed dozens of lives in Mexico following mudslides.

Below are some of the most popular stories and images of the past 7 days…


– Image / Via’s Twitter page sent in by  on Friday AM (Kenn Manasan of Dunedin)



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