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1. Silver Ferns Netball World Cup team named

02 July 2015 12:29pm | Netball New Zealand

Netball New Zealand (NNZ) National Selectors have picked a 12-strong Silver Ferns team featuring a mix of youth and experience to contest the Netball World Cup SYDNEY 2015 (NWC2015) in August. Inspirational Silver Ferns captain Casey Kopua has fulfilled ..... More >>

2. Tinwald, Ashburton - Multiple Fatalities

02 July 2015 5:12pm | New Zealand Police

HEADING : TINWALD, ASHBURTON MULTIPLE FATALITIES Canterbury Police are currently in attendance at a Tinwald, Ashburton private address. Inspector Dave Gaskin, Area Commander Mid-South Canterbury, says "Police are at an address and can confirm ..... More >>

3. Police search for patched Rebel gang member Ivan Carr

01 July 2015 4:17pm | New Zealand Police

Waitemata Police are looking for Ivan Carr. .. More >>

4. Kiwibank blocked from closing money remitter's accounts

01 July 2015 1:47pm | BusinessDesk

July 1 (BusinessDesk) - Kiwibank has been blocked from closing E-Trans International Finance's bank accounts after the money remitter challenged the state-owned lender's move in the High Court... More >>

5. NZ dollar hits fresh five-year low after dairy prices sink

02 July 2015 8:39am | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar touched a fresh five-year low after dairy prices fell to a six-year low in the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight, paced by whole milk powder, the nation's key export commodity... More >>

6. New TPPA Investment Leak Confirms NZ Surrender to US

26 March 2015 12:24pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

The controversial investment chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) has just been posted by Wikileaks , along with an analysis by Washington-based Public Citizen. Dated 20 January 2015, at the start of the negotiating round in New York, ..... More >>

7. Kiwis rank The 100 Greatest Movies Ever Made

02 July 2015 9:38am |

New Zealanders have spoken up about their favourite - and least favourite - films in a recent poll by movie website . .. More >>

8. Homicide - Johnsonville Update 1

02 July 2015 7:46am | New Zealand Police

Police are investigating an incident in Broderick Road, Johnsonville (Wellington) within which one person has been fatally stabbed and another four people have received stab wounds... More >>

9. Police are investigating a fire at Tikipunga High School

02 July 2015 4:25pm | New Zealand Police

The fire started about 4.38am today. Police believe that a wheelie bin was brought into the school and its contents were emptied and then lit beside the school gymnasium and gymnasium storage room. It appears the bin was used as a shield... More >>

10. CRI redundancies tied to changes in government funding

01 July 2015 10:09am | NZ Association of Scientists

The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) is seriously concerned by news of upcoming redundancies at Landcare Research, a Crown Research Institute that specialises in the science of our land, soil, and biodiversity. The news, which broke this Monday ..... More >>

11. Fatal crash in Cambridge

02 July 2015 3:29pm | New Zealand Police

At about 1507pm a car and truck collided on State Highway One approximately 3kms west of Cambridge. .. More >>

12. Developer chosen for inner city neighbourhoods

02 July 2015 12:59pm | New Zealand Government

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has welcomed the appointment of a preferred development partner for an exciting new era of inner city living in Christchurch... More >>

13. Massive surplus for cash cow charter

01 July 2015 3:32pm | PPTA

A Whangarei charter school has banked an operating surplus of more than $2.4million, thanks to funding well above the amount regular schools receive. .. More >>

14. Iconic new drinking fountains encourage bottle re-use

29 June 2015 9:59am | Rotorua Lakes Council

Iconic drinking water fountains are being installed at key community locations around Rotorua to encourage re-use of plastic bottles. "The aim is ultimately to reduce the amount of plastic waste the city generates," says Councillor Janet Wepa, who ..... More >>

15. How hot is your bedroom?

02 July 2015 10:27am | Boyd PR

How hot is your bedroom? How many times have you turned to flannelette pyjamas, woolly socks, hot water bottles and electric blankets when the temperature drops at night and you struggle to stay warm in bed? You might be surprised to learn how ..... More >>

16. Regeneration the focus of Chch governance

02 July 2015 12:58pm | New Zealand Government

The regeneration of Christchurch will be the city's focus for the next five years as local leadership progressively takes control of the rebuild, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says... More >>

17. Bad week for NZ economy gets worse

02 July 2015 7:58am | New Zealand Labour Party

The bad news for the New Zealand economy got worse this morning with the 8th successive drop in dairy prices at this morning's global dairy auction, again exposing the absence of any Plan B from the National Government, Labour's Finance spokesperson ..... More >>

18. NZ begins Presidency of UN Security Council

02 July 2015 8:18am | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the start of New Zealand's month-long Presidency of the United Nations Security Council in New York. .. More >>

19. Currencies: Rules of the Game applied to Germany and Greece

02 July 2015 10:42am | Keith Rankin

This week's financial default of Greece's government reminds us that we should understand how exchange rate systems are meant to work, and why, more often than not, they don't work for both technical and political reasons... More >>

20. Marlborough Lines takes 80% stake in Yealands Wine for $89M

02 July 2015 10:05am | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - Marlborough Lines has bought an 80 percent stake in Yealands Wine Group, New Zealand's sixth-largest wine exporter, for $89 million. .. More >>

21. Comment on suspended student Anela Pritchard

01 July 2015 1:00pm | The Parenting Place

Napier student Anela Pritchard has been stood down by her school for a speech criticising her school. She has received both support and criticism in the media and on Facebook. .. More >>

22. Kathmandu Holdings Limited NZX/ASX/Media Announcement

02 July 2015 10:36am | Kathmandu

Take no action in relation to takeover notice from Briscoe Group Limited for Kathmandu Holdings Limited .. More >>

23. Cash for charter schools, mould for state schools

01 July 2015 4:09pm | New Zealand Labour Party

At a time when state schools are struggling in old, cold, mouldy buildings and can barely make ends meet, the National Government is shovelling cash at charter schools which aren't even spending the funding on kids' education, Labour's Education ..... More >>

24. Questions and Answers - July 1

01 July 2015 6:08pm | Office of the Clerk

Hon ANNETTE KING (Deputy Leader-Labour): My question is to the Minister of Health. How much has been spent by the Government on the Social Bonds Pilot to date? .. More >>

25. Fonterra, treating workers like cattle

02 July 2015 4:35pm | Don Franks

After several days of rumors, Fonterra today confirmed a series of massive job cuts. .. More >>

26. Groser's attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home

30 June 2015 3:46pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

30 June 2015 For immediate release Minister Groser's attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home .. More >>

27. Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) Core Text

02 July 2015 11:28am | Wikileaks

Today, 1500 CEST Wednesday, 1 July 2015, WikiLeaks releases a modern journalistic holy grail: the secret Core Text for the largest 'trade deal' in history, the TiSA (Trade In Services Agreement), whose 52 nations together comprise two-thirds of global ..... More >>

28. Time to wave the white flag on TISA secrecy

02 July 2015 11:31am | Professor Jane Kelsey

Less than a month ago, Wikileaks posted 17 documents leaked from the secretive negotiations for a Trade in Services Agreement (TISA). New Zealand is part of the group of countries calling themselves 'the Really Good Friends of Services' who are trying to negotiate ..... More >>

29. Leading freshwater scientist applauds transparency

30 June 2015 2:41pm | Cawthron Institute

A leading freshwater scientist has applauded the addition of water quantity data to the Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) environmental website. .. More >>

30. New Sea Shepherd campaign targets Blackmores'

02 July 2015 3:01pm | Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

New Sea Shepherd campaign targets Blackmores' 'EcoKrill' products for their impact on whales of the Antarctic. Sea Shepherd Australia today announced the launch of a new style campaign to protect a species of fundamental importance to the Antarctic ..... More >>

31. NZ dollar drops below 67 US cts as dairy declines

02 July 2015 5:11pm | BusinessDesk

NZ dollar drops below 67 US cts as plunging milk price stokes rate cut calls .. More >>

32. Questions For Oral Answer July 2

02 July 2015 11:38am | Office of the Clerk

1. Dr SHANE RETI to the Minister of Finance: What reports has he received on the international economy and its effect on New Zealand's economy? .. More >>

33. NIWA Outlook: July-September 2015

01 July 2015 12:13pm | NIWA

Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa Nelson, Marlborough, Buller West Coast, Alps and foothills, inland Otago and Southland Coastal Canterbury, east Otago .. More >>

34. Fletcher to bring 2,200 people back to central Christchurch

02 July 2015 2:09pm | Fletcher Building

Fletcher to bring 2,200 people back to central Christchurch Creating three vibrant new communities to bring up to 2,200 people back to central Christchurch is the vision of Fletcher Residential's plan for the East and North Frame Residential Precinct. ..... More >>

35. Theme for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2015: 'Ngā Mātua'

18 September 2014 12:53pm | Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori

Ko te Kaupapa mō Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2015 ko 'Ngā Mātua' .. More >>

36. VMob's McDonald's deal rolled out to South Korea

01 July 2015 5:14pm | BusinessDesk

July 1 (BusinessDesk) - VMob Group, the NZAX-listed mobile voucher developer, has rolled its global deal with fast-food chain McDonald's into South Korea, adding 400 stores to its targeted voucher system... More >>

37. Time to speak out on Nauru situation, says Law Society

01 July 2015 11:24am | New Zealand Law Society

The rule of law is seriously under threat in Nauru and the Nauruan government's recent actions need to be highlighted, the New Zealand Law Society said today. .. More >>

38. Tony Alexander - Sporadic Issue 12

02 July 2015 11:18am | BNZ

Tony Alexander - Sporadic Issue 12 In this issue of Sporadic I take a look at the many factors which are causing economic forecasts to be wrong and repeat earlier warnings that businesses need to explicitly allow for unpredictable operating environment ..... More >>

39. Stan Walker - live in concert and free!

28 May 2015 9:15am | iHeartRadio NZ

iHeartRadio New Zealand presents Stan Walker - live in concert and free! The hottest ticket in town thanks to 2degrees .. More >>

40. Minister Refuses to Guarantee Social Bonds

01 July 2015 7:26pm | New Zealand First Party

Fears that the social bonds experiment on the mentally ill will turn into a simple drive to make money were reinforced in Parliament today, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

41. Open Polytechnic launches online learning platform

02 July 2015 11:13am | Open Polytechnic

Open Polytechnic's new digital platform, iQualify, will deliver world-class online learning for its students and open up new education and training opportunities for other organisations... More >>

42. Maritime Union statement on Port Otago straddle accident

01 July 2015 4:54pm | Maritime Union of New Zealand

The Maritime Union says a straddle accident at Port Chalmers today Wednesday 1 July involved one of its members. .. More >>

43. Vodafone launches new family services to help parents

02 July 2015 2:30pm | Vodafone

Vodafone launches new family services to help parents navigate digital age Vodafone has today announced a suite of services to help Kiwi families navigate the rapidly changing, digital world. The four services - demonstrating Vodafone's commitment ..... More >>

44. MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise; F&P Healthcare at record

02 July 2015 5:38pm | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand shares rose as a weak kiwi dollar boosted sentiment for exporters such as Fisher & Paykel Healthcare. Chorus and Spark New Zealand advanced after the Commerce Commission issued its ruling on wholesale telecommunications ..... More >>

45. Bleak Times for NZ as Dairy Prices Continue to Slide

02 July 2015 11:39am | New Zealand First Party

Bleak Times for NZ as Dairy Prices Continue to Slide The outlook for the New Zealand economy, as dairy prices took another huge tumble overnight, is bleak as New Zealand First has consistently warned. "On one hand we have an economy at a standstill ..... More >>

46. Questions and Answers - July 2

02 July 2015 5:10pm | Office of the Clerk

1. Dr SHANE RETI (National-Whangarei) to the Minister of Finance : What reports has he received on the international economy and its effect on New Zealand's economy? .. More >>

47. Health chickens coming home to roost

02 July 2015 3:00pm | New Zealand Labour Party

News today that Dunedin Hospital has lost orthopaedic training accreditation is a major blow and proves the Government's prevarication is having devastating consequences, Labour's Health spokesperson Annette King says... More >>

48. Wellington District Police looking for Kayne Byrne

02 July 2015 9:25am | New Zealand Police

Wellington District Police are looking for Kane Allan Byrne, 27, who has warrants to arrest for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition, Trespass and for the possession of a knife in a public place... More >>

49. New leaks show Pharmac loser in TPPA negotiation

02 July 2015 5:13pm | Green Party

New leaked documents from the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) show that New Zealanders could lose access to affordable medication, said the Green Party today. .. More >>

50. Whittaker's latest classic Kiwi combo

29 June 2015 9:30am | Whittakers

Whittaker's limited edition Jelly Tip 250g block will be on shelves around New Zealand from July. As well as teaming-up with another iconic Kiwi favourite, the Jelly Tip block is also the first time Whittaker's has ever made a product using ..... More >>

51. Refunds for owners affected by Vehicle Risk Rating errors

30 June 2015 4:21pm | ACC

Refunds for owners affected by Vehicle Risk Rating errors ACC and the NZ Transport Agency are taking action to ensure that motor vehicle owners who have been overcharged for the Vehicle Risk Rating (VRR) component of their vehicle licencing fee will get ..... More >>

52. NEXT Foundation Announces Two New Investments in Education

02 July 2015 9:29am | The NEXT Foundation

NEXT Foundation today announced a further two investments in education from the many excellent submissions to its 2014 application process. .. More >>

53. Self-management techniques helping suicidal people

23 June 2015 10:00am | University of Otago

Self-management techniques need to be more widely acknowledged by mental health professionals as an option to help people who felt suicidal and better support provided to help them develop their own self-management strategies, according to new University of ..... More >>

54. Fight the Furry Feeling in Oral Health Month

01 July 2015 3:25pm | Colgate

Today Colgate-Palmolive and the New Zealand Dental Association are launching Oral Health Month across New Zealand, and are urging Kiwis to Fight the Furry Feeling in their mouths. That sensation we all get if we neglect to brush, floss or rinse ..... More >>

55. Westpac rolls out world-leading Kiwi technology

30 June 2015 10:58am | SweeneyVesty

Westpac New Zealand is implementing Black Pearl Mail's software across its entire business to benefit from the New Zealand-based company's unique service, which transforms the everyday business email into an enhanced communication tool and dynamic ..... More >>

56. Weak dairy prices prompt pull back in payout expectations

02 July 2015 3:52pm | BusinessDesk

Weak dairy prices prompt pull back in expectations for payout to NZ dairy farmers this season .. More >>

57. Fact Checker: Hekia and Charter School Finances

02 July 2015 9:54am | Save Our Schools NZ

Minister of Education, Hekia Parata, faced a few questions in parliament yesterday about the $2.5 million surplus that one of her charter schools has accumulated in only 15 months... More >>

58. ACC lying over levy blunders, says safety campaigner

01 July 2015 8:04am | The Dog and Lemon Guide

The Accident Compensation Commission's attempt to blame multiple mistakes in setting vehicle levies on a computer 'coding error' is a blatant mistruth, says the car review website ... More >>

59. New faces on Federation's dairy executive

01 July 2015 5:08pm | Federated Farmers

At the industry's national council in Wellington there was two new delegates elected with one retiring. .. More >>

60. Advance Parties gaining traction

01 July 2015 7:38pm | Deer Industry NZ

Deer Industry NZ is fielding an upsurge in the number of farmers wanting to join an Advance Party (AP). .. More >>

61. Dairy product prices extend slide to six-year low

02 July 2015 6:32am | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - Dairy product prices continued their slide, paced by whole milk power, in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction, weakening to the lowest level in six years... More >>

62. Collectible explosive detector dog cards hit airports

02 July 2015 9:40am | Civil Aviation Authority

To educate the public about its work, the Aviation Security Service ('Avsec') on Tuesday launched collectible cards detailing each of the its highly trained explosive detector dogs (EDD) working to protect our nation's airports and skies... More >>

63. Environment Canterbury responds to reports on water quality

20 June 2015 11:50am | Environment Canterbury

The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment reports released on June 19 are a useful contribution to the national discussion around freshwater in New Zealand, said David Caygill, Environment Canterbury's Commissioner with particular responsibility ..... More >>

64. NZ's Biological Heritage Challenge projects announced

01 July 2015 10:37am | Landcare Research

Projects to tackle three of the biggest environmental issues facing New Zealand are about to get underway. .. More >>

65. Harmful Digital Communications Bill Passes

30 June 2015 4:33pm |

The Harmful Digital Communications Bill completed its third reading despite many MPs expressing misgivings and calling for a review if it does have a chilling effect on free speech... More >>

66. 16 Days Of Scoop Update : Dear Scoop Crowd - Thankyou!

30 June 2015 7:54pm | Scoop Operation Chrysalis

Contents: You lot are a fantastic crowd. 2 Surveys Show NZers Highly Value Public Access To News The 16 Days Of Scoop Are Very Nearly Up - One Final Request For Your Assistance Why Is It Called An Ethical Paywall? Attachment: Scoop's Ethical Paywall ..... More >>

67. More testing won't lift student achievement

02 July 2015 10:11am | New Zealand Labour Party

More testing won't lift student achievement Hekia Parata's latest plan to subject school students to even more testing and assessment won't do anything to lift the educational achievement of the kids who are struggling, Labour's Education spokesperson ..... More >>

68. Crown land sold at bargain basement prices

02 July 2015 12:40pm | Green Party

Unless the Government reviews its processes for valuing high country pastoral lease land, it will continue to give away millions of dollars to private interests that should be going to the New Zealand public, the Green Party said today... More >>

69. Top Performing Sheep Farmers And Industry Leaders Celebrated

02 July 2015 8:09am | NZ Beef and Lamb

Sheep farmers have celebrated the top performers in their industry at the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Sheep Industry Awards in Invercargill tonight. .. More >>

70. New and Emerging Māori Digital leaders converge in Auckland

02 July 2015 7:49am | Karaitiana Taiuru

Organisers of the Māori Meet Up sub session of Net Hui in Auckland 8-10 July are encouraging Māori and those interested in Māori digital space to attend the free day event and hear from new and emerging digital leaders... More >>

71. New EPA board appointments

02 July 2015 4:51pm | New Zealand Government

Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith today announced the reappointment of Dr Kevin Thompson as deputy chair of the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) board and the appointment two new members, Dayle Hunia and Geoffrey Thompson, to the board... More >>

72. Scholars urge minister to take decisive action on Nauru

02 July 2015 12:37pm | Victoria University of Wellington

Twenty nine New Zealand legal scholars have written an open letter to the foreign minister Hon Murray McCully (attached), calling on him to take more decisive action over the deteriorating constitutional situation in Nauru... More >>

73. Careful tweeps, the whole world can hear you

17 June 2015 2:36pm | Hannah Greenslade-Yeats from Mosh

We all know what it means to post regrettable material to social media. But we can count ourselves lucky that none of us have riled one of the world's biggest celebrities , caused a military airstrike or pronounced the Queen dead . Three social media blunders ..... More >>

74. Life begins at 40 - or does it?

02 July 2015 9:45am | CIGNA

Wellington, 2 July 2015 - In 1983 the Kiwi band Dave & The Dynamos released their anthemic pop-ditty "Life Begins at 40". It was an instant classic; number one on the charts for three weeks in a row and staying in the Top 40 for a whopping ..... More >>

75. NZ needs to stop funding Nauru's broken justice system

02 July 2015 11:39am | Green Party

The Green Party is joining calls from top legal academics in New Zealand for the Government to stop funding the justice sector in Nauru while their democracy and rule of law is failing... More >>

76. Homicide - Johnsonville

02 July 2015 7:45am | New Zealand Police

One person is assisting Police with inquiries and the scene, which includes a number of houses in that street, is contained. .. More >>

77. Tinwald, Ashburton Multiple Fatalities

02 July 2015 8:44pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police have scene guards in place at the Thomson Street, Tinwald, Ashburton address and they will remain in place overnight until a full scene examination can be completed in the morning. Police can confirm that it is a female and 3 children ..... More >>

78. Crowne Plaza Auckland Inspires Future Leaders

01 July 2015 2:24pm | Southern PR

As accommodation partner of The Sir Peter Blake Trust, Crowne Plaza Auckland demonstrated its commitment to encouraging future leaders through a number of leadership events and activities this week... More >>

79. Fonterra begins talks with workers as part of review

02 July 2015 9:57am | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - Fonterra Cooperative Group, which is looking to cut hundreds of jobs as part of a review aimed at stripping costs out of its business, says it has begun talks with workers in administrative roles such as finance, legal and information ..... More >>

80. Spray painting company fined for breaching prohibition

02 July 2015 11:10am | WorkSafe NZ

Nelson-based panel beating and spray painting business L&L Marriott Holdings Limited has been fined $15,000 for breaching a WorkSafe prohibition notice. .. More >>

81. "Auckland effect" leading to rises in Tauranga, Hamilton

02 July 2015 5:31pm | QV Valuations

The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows that nationwide residential property values for June have increased 9.3% over the past year and 3.6% over the past three months. This means they are now 25.6% above the previous market peak of late 2007. ..... More >>

82. ACC rating system rewards unsafe cars

14 April 2015 12:48pm | The Dog and Lemon Guide

ACC's new safety-related tier system for annual car licensing, which is supposed to give discounted ACC levies to owners of safer vehicles, does the exact opposite in some cases, says the car review website ... More >>

83. Livestock Threatened, Farmers Face Unfair Competition

01 July 2015 7:27pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand farm livestock could be under threat from contaminated grain, but the government refuses to act. .. More >>

84. QLDC Announces Funding for Major Events

02 July 2015 11:24am | Queenstown Lakes District Council

Support worth almost $446,000 has been allocated to 23 major events that will be held across the Queenstown Lakes District in the next 12 months. The Queenstown Lakes District Council has approved the grants and in-kind support from its events fund ..... More >>

85. Police concerned for Coromandel hunter missing overnight

02 July 2015 4:20pm | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police share friends and family concerns for the safety of a Coromandel hunter missing overnight who hasn't been seen since he left to go possum hunting yesterday afternoon... More >>

86. Construction underway on 16 new Housing New Zealand homes

01 July 2015 4:52pm | Housing New Zealand

Construction of 16 new Housing New Zealand homes in Hamilton is well underway. The new homes will be ready for tenants by the end of the year. .. More >>

87. McDonald's trials all-day breakfast in Hamilton

02 July 2015 10:25am | Mango Communications

Following a trial in select restaurants in San Diego, McDonald's fans in Hamilton will now be able to sleep in and still enjoy the McDonald's breakfast menu, as the Frankton restaurant trials all-day breakfast... More >>

88. Leaked TPP document shows US pushing rights of drug coys

02 July 2015 12:03pm | BusinessDesk

July 2 (BusinessDesk) - A draft of part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal leaked to the Politico website suggests the US is demanding increased protections for pharmaceutical companies, restricting access to the lower-cost generic versions ..... More >>

89. Time of reckoning for New Zealand imminent, says academic

02 July 2015 3:23pm | Bridget Williams Books

The role of the public intellectual is to stimulate debate and raise unsettling questions. With The FIRE Economy: New Zealand's Reckoning , Jane Kelsey proves once again to be a formidable bearer of the mantle... More >>

90. Four out of ten for Simon's Bridges

30 June 2015 3:20pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The Transport Authority's decision to fund only four of the 10 bridges promised in National's shameless Northland by-election bribe is a huge embarrassment for Transport Minister Simon Bridges, Labour's Transport spokesperson Phil Twyford ..... More >>

91. Johnsonville improvements near completion

01 July 2015 4:27pm | Wellington City Council

Johnsonville's new bridge, wider motorway off-ramp and improved town centre roads, cycle facilities and footpaths are nearing completion and expected to be finished on time in September... More >>

92. Offenders found near Waikanae following firearms threat

01 July 2015 4:45pm | New Zealand Police

At about 1pm on Wednesday 1 July 2015, Police were called to an address in Waikanae after reports were received that a woman and a man were travelling to the area in a white Subaru with firearms and drugs. Police had information that the pair, who ..... More >>

93. 2 Cheap Cars to challenge Japanese new car dealerships in NZ

01 July 2015 11:59am | BusinessDesk

July 1 (BusinessDesk) - 2 Cheap Cars, which has built a nationwide chain of auto yards selling used imports since starting four years ago, said it plans to enter the market for new cars by parallel importing of Toyota, Honda and Mazda vehicles... More >>

94. Mixed news for consumers in Commerce Commission decision

02 July 2015 9:43am | Spark

Mixed news for consumers in Commerce Commission decision on broadband line charges says Spark New Zealand Spark New Zealand said today it was encouraged the Commerce Commission has taken on board consumer feedback, but disappointed the Commission ..... More >>

95. ASB offers special one-year home loan fixed interest rate

02 July 2015 5:25pm | ASB Bank

ASB has reduced its one-year home loan fixed interest rate special to 4.89% p.afor a limited time. .. More >>

96. Christchurch Māori health researcher on HRC board

01 July 2015 3:16pm | University of Otago

Associate Professor Suzanne Pitama (Ngāti Kahungunu) from the University of Otago, Christchurch has been appointed to the Health Research Council's Board and to the position of Chair on its Māori Health Committee, replacing Professor Linda Tuhiwai ..... More >>

97. Recovery needs more than a rebrand

02 July 2015 1:39pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's announcement of new governance arrangements for Canterbury seems to be nothing more than a fresh coat of paint on the same old approach, says Labour's Canterbury Earthquake Recovery spokesperson Ruth Dyson. "The Canterbury Recovery ..... More >>

98. Reinstating family court counselling to help violence issues

02 July 2015 9:21am | The PR Company

A reinstatement of family court counselling could help mitigate the harrowing family violence statistics in the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse report released on Tuesday... More >>

99. Serious injury at neighbourhood fight - Waitemata

02 July 2015 7:48am | New Zealand Police

The incident happened around 9.40 pm tonight and escalated rapidly with a variety of weapons being used, which included bats, a machete and a rifle. The person with the rifle was tasered by police after he did not put the gun down after being called ..... More >>

100. How to form a company in NZ yourself for only $160.22

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Starting out in business? Rather than spend money with your lawyer or accountant on forming a company, do it yourself online for only $160.22.. More >>


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