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1. Whangarei, Hamilton and Rotorua Services Commence

19 December 2014 1:04pm | ManaBus, the new fast, friendly and affordable city to city express coach operator, extends its services today, adding Whangarei, Rotorua and Hamilton to its list of North Island regional destinations and departure points... More >>

2. Scoop Independent News Launches "Operation Chrysalis"

19 December 2014 5:35pm | Scoop Operation Chrysalis , the pioneering online news resource with a deep publicly accessible archive, rich journalistic heritage and influential audience, is seeking new supporters to make it stable and sustainable into the future. From today Scoop is beginning ..... More >>

3. Have a chat with Santa on the Telecom Santa line

26 November 2012 2:39pm | Telecom New Zealand

For the 19th year in a row, Telecom is making it easy for kids in New Zealand to talk to Santa, all the way in the North Pole, with the Telecom Santa line. Anyone can call Santa for free, on 0800 222 222, from now until Christmas to let him know ..... More >>

4. "Prominent Auckland businessman" a depraved predator

19 December 2014 4:50pm | Stop Demand

The 15-year prison sentence imposed on a "prominent Auckland businessman" for shackling and sexually violating young drug-addicted girls in a dungeon, has been welcomed by sexual violence advocacy group, Stop Demand Foundation... More >>

5. Kiwi activists crowdfund billboard for Simon Bridges

18 December 2014 9:43am | ActionStation

Almost seven thousand New Zealanders have taken part in a crowdfunding campaign, and have raised enough money to put a billboard up in Tauranga that is directed at Simon Bridges, the Minister of Energy and Resources... More >>

6. Fatal Crash - SH35 Cape Runaway. - Bay of Plenty

20 December 2014 4:21pm | New Zealand Police

At midday today (20/12/2014), Police and other emergency services were informed of a single fatality crash on State Highway 35 (SH35), Cape Runaway. .. More >>

7. Martin Jetpack reviews ASX listing as Chinese investor commi

19 December 2014 7:13pm | BusinessDesk

Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand jetpack maker, Martin Aircraft Co, has secured more than twice the $25 million funding it has been seeking in a proposed initial public offering on the Australian Stock Exchange to commercialise its single person ..... More >>

8. "Operation Chrysalis" - An Invitation To Assist Scoop Evolve

19 December 2014 5:23pm | Scoop Operation Chrysalis

Today Scoop launched "Operation Chrysalis" a project to engage with users and stakeholders to make Scoop stable and sustainable into the future... More >>

9. CAA report conflicts with Brownlee's claims

19 December 2014 1:15pm | Green Party

New details that have emerged today from the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) report into the Gerry Brownlee security breach indicates the bigger picture is being kept from the public... More >>

10. Homicide in Otara

21 December 2014 1:07pm | New Zealand Police

A 24 year-old Otara man is dead and his cousin is in Middlemore Hospital after an altercation at a relative's 21st birthday party. .. More >>

11. Gerry Brownlee's revolving airport door story

19 December 2014 10:29am | New Zealand Labour Party

A new report shows Gerry Brownlee is the latest Cabinet Minister to have contracted the infectious tell-porkies-until-you-are-caught disease, Labour's Chief Whip Chris Hipkins says... More >>

12. Future Sound System: Avicii Live in New Zealand 2015

01 December 2014 10:22am | Frontier Touring Company

Introducing the hottest ticket of the summer - FUTURE SOUND SYSTEM! Future Music Group and Frontier Touring are proud to present a massive outdoor summer dance party to send the summer off in style!.. More >>

13. Summer Solstice on December 22

13 December 2006 1:30pm | Carter Observatory

The Summer Solstice is at 13:22 (1:22pm) on December 22. This is when the Sun is at its most Southerly point in the sky and therefore reaches its maximum altitude for the year at the middle of the day... More >>

14. Escaped Prisoner: Wellington Area

20 December 2014 10:48am | New Zealand Police

Police are wanting to locate 29yr old Wipei Awatere who escaped from the Hutt Hospital this evening. .. More >>

15. Minister welcomes opening of Heritage Park

21 December 2014 12:18pm | New Zealand Government

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry today welcomed the opening of Rangihoua Heritage Park in Northland as a special cultural and historical asset to be enjoyed by all New Zealanders. The 46 hectare park, near Kerikeri, was opened to the public today ..... More >>

16. Surf the net for new beach water quality data

21 December 2014 12:59pm | New Zealand Government

Information on the water quality of 350 beaches around New Zealand is now accessible on-line as part of an initiative between regional councils, Cawthron Institute, Ministry for the Environment and the Tindall Foundation, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith ..... More >>

17. C17 Fantasy Not for New Zealand

15 December 2014 1:14pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First is stunned by news that the New Zealand Defence Force has enquired about buying the $400 million C17 Globemaster III. .. More >>

18. ZM's Jay and Flynny Go Their Separate Ways

05 December 2014 9:48am | Schuck PR

One of New Zealand's longest lasting celebrity couples has announced their split today. After six years on air together, Jay Reeve and Paul Flynn aka The ZM Drive Show, are consciously uncoupling... More >>

19. CIA report warned assassination programme might backfire

19 December 2014 10:46am | Wikileaks

WikiLeaks today, Thursday 18 December, publishes a review by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of its "High Value Target" (HVT) assassination programme. The report weighs the pros and cons of killing "insurgent" leaders in assassination ..... More >>

20. Call Santa with Your Wishes This Christmas

24 November 2011 2:54pm | Telecom New Zealand

Santa will be on call this Christmas, with the much-loved tradition of Telecom's Santaline coming back to capture the nations kids' (and grown ups) wish lists for 2011. Not only will there be Telephone boxes to ring the North Pole set up at the ..... More >>

21. WESTFEST 2015 2nd line-up announcement

05 December 2014 11:12am | WestFest

ODR Productions, The Rock & Coup De Main proudly present 'The Monster Energy Westfest '15, an annual music festival that every rock, metal & punk fan will be sure not to miss!.. More >>

22. SkyCity holds all the cards yet again

20 December 2014 11:50am | New Zealand Labour Party

SkyCity holds all the cards yet again SkyCity holds all the cards in the latest round of negotiations with the Government over the convention centre and Steven Joyce is left holding a dud hand that he dealt himself as taxpayers are set to pay twice ..... More >>

23. Cockles and Pipis, alive, alive-oh

04 January 2011 11:09am | NIWA

Over the long hot summer many kiwis will be digging deep in the sand for pipi. These yummy shellfish live buried in the sand and are free at the beach! .. More >>

24. Santa Line: New Ways to Get in Touch with Santa

01 December 2005 9:28am | Telecom New Zealand

Santa has been working with Telecom to make it easier for Kiwi kids to send him their Christmas requests this year. For the past 12 years, Telecom's Santa Line has offered kids the chance to give Santa a call and leave their Christmas wishes... More >>

25. World Skinny Dip Record at Rhythm & Vines (CONTAINS NUDITY)

02 January 2014 4:42pm | The Scoop Team

On the last day of 2013 a world record has been reached in Gisborne, New Zealand for the biggest amount of people in the in the water at one time with no clothes on. The music video was performed by local musician F n' C... More >>

26. New access system for Te Urewera

19 December 2014 3:07pm | Game Animal Council

'Hunters from throughout NZ and especially the North Island, will welcome the start of the new access system for Te Urewera' says Don Hammond, Chairman of the NZ Game Animal Council. This follows a moratorium on the issue of new access permits ..... More >>

27. Sensing Murder Strikes Out Again

25 June 2012 1:03pm | Skeptics

The discovery of the body of missing prostitute Jayne Furlong on the beach at Port Waikato directly contradicts the claims by the Sensing Murder exploitainment show that self-proclaimed psychics Deb Webber and Kelvin Cruickhank were able to "tune ..... More >>

28. Out Now: Werewolf 52 - Public Health In Crisis

10 December 2014 10:52am | Werewolf

Hi and welcome to the 52nd edition of Werewolf in which we examine the collapsing state of the public health system . As our cover story reveals this month, highly capable foreign specialists (such as Dr. Alejandro Jimenez) are coming here to work ..... More >>

29. Auckland housing market bursting-bubble a risk for NZ

23 November 2014 9:22am | University of Canterbury

The effects of the Auckland housing market bursting-bubble a risk for the whole country .. More >>

30. NZ dollar at 11-month high vs. Aussie dollar

19 December 2014 5:32pm | BusinessDesk

Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar rose to an 11-month high against its trans-Tasman counterpart as investors weigh up the competing attempts by the neighbouring central banks try and talk their respective currencies lower in a market ..... More >>

31. Fisherman missing in Waimea Inlet

21 December 2014 1:09pm | New Zealand Police

A search has resumed this morning for a 35 year old Nelson man reported missing in the Waimea Inlet near Nelson. .. More >>

32. World's Southernmost Wendy's to Open in Dunedin

30 July 2014 3:59pm | Switch PR

Building consent issued for Dunedin's first Wendy's, company looks to fill 56 jobs The world's southernmost Wendy's is to open in Dunedin, with ground works now underway at the South Dunedin site. The region's first Wendy's outlet at ..... More >>

33. SAR search in Christchurch east for missing 33 year old man

21 December 2014 1:15pm | New Zealand Police

Police, LandSAR and Civil Defence volunteers complete SAR search in Christchurch east for missing 33 year old man .. More >>

34. 2015 Leadfoot Festival Tickets Go on Sale

29 August 2014 11:01am | Destination Coromandel

Tickets for the 2015 Leadfoot Festival to be held 6- 8 February 2015 will go on sale for the general public on Monday 1st September. .. More >>

35. New Zealand's Best Ham Named

23 October 2013 4:22pm | New Zealand Pork

Just in time for Christmas New Zealand's finest ham has been revealed following the 100% New Zealand Ham Competition. Cattermoles Butchery in Kaiapoi, Canterbury has taken out the supreme award for their sugar cured, leg ham on the bone... More >>

36. SIX60 Announce Sophomore Album Released February 2015

19 December 2014 11:49am | The Maple

We are excited to announce the return of SIX60, with the release of their sophomore album set for February 27th via Massive Entertainment/Universal Music NZ. .. More >>

37. Tourist dies on Mt Tongariro

21 December 2014 1:10pm | New Zealand Police

A 51-year-old male tourist from Germany has died while descending Mt Ngauruhoe in the Tongariro National Park. .. More >>

38. Future of Work Commission: Labour's shrewd move

03 December 2014 2:04pm | Don Franks

Lunging boldly towards John Key, shouting "Cut the crap!" - Andrew Little was great, wasn't he? Labour's new leader spoke for many people fed up with Key's flippant arrogant deceit. Andrew Little nailing the Prime minister on lying about contacting a rightwing ..... More >>

39. Palmers to open popular Planet store in Westgate centre

31 October 2014 4:31pm | Palmers

This summer, those living near the expansive new Westgate shopping precinct in West Auckland will join the residents of Albany and Hamilton in being able to enjoy the wonder, convenience and practicality of a Palmers Planet store... More >>

40. Jim Hickey to Retire

24 October 2014 2:23pm | TVNZ

TVNZ Senior Weathercaster Jim Hickey has announced his plans to retire from broadcasting at the end of this year. "It's been a tough decision," Jim says. "I feel like I'm subbing off at half time! I love my job, especially the interface with people ..... More >>

41. Public invited to have say on human rights record

19 December 2014 5:20pm | Ministry of Justice

A draft report on New Zealand's performance under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights has been released for public comment by the Ministry of Justice... More >>

42. Cook Brothers' Bars Opens Christchurch's First Roof Top Bar

05 November 2014 11:14am | Cook Brothers Bars

November 5 2014: Cook Brothers' Bars, which cut its teeth on the iconic Dunedin student pub the Captain Cook Tavern before expanding into other hospitality ventures in Dunedin, Auckland and Queenstown, will open Christchurch's first roof top garden ..... More >>

43. Principal appointed at Middle School West Auckland

15 December 2014 3:07pm | Villa Education Trust

James Haggett has been appointed Principal of West Auckland's newest school, Middle School West Auckland, opening in February 2015. .. More >>

44. Chief Ombudsman launches major review of OIA practices

16 December 2014 12:56pm | Office of the Ombudsman

The Chief Ombudsman, Dame Beverley Wakem, has today begun a wide ranging review of Official Information Act (OIA) practices in the public sector. .. More >>

45. Judge Advises Circumventing Law on Fluoride

19 December 2014 1:23pm | Fluoride Free New Zealand

Justice David Collins has taken it upon himself to advise the NZ Ministry of Health's legal team on how best to circumvent the Judicial Review before him, regarding fluoridation in New Zealand. It appears the Judge is well aware that the appeal by New Health ..... More >>

46. Harvey Norman Offers Free TV Recycling across New Zealand

17 May 2013 4:44pm | RCN e-Cycle

Harvey Norman has extended their free TV recycling offer to 31 national stores, effective from 13 May. One TV per customer can be dropped off, free of charge at the participating stores, for a limited period... More >>

47. New Business First To Attain Financial Markets License

19 December 2014 11:07am | New Ground Capital

New investment management company, New Ground Capital (NGC), has become the first to receive a managed investment scheme license under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013... More >>

48. New building for Tetra Pak at Waikato Innovation Park

19 December 2014 5:25pm | Waikato Innovation Park

Waikato Innovation Park has signed an agreement with existing tenant, Tetra Pak, to construct a custom-built national headquarters on its Hamilton East campus. The new building will be the fourth constructed on the Park's campus since it opened ..... More >>

49. SIX60 release single 'Special'

31 October 2014 1:56pm | Six60

After an elongated period of radio silence, SIX60 return rejuvenated and full of vigorous soul with their new single Special, set for release on October 31st. .. More >>

50. Busy year for NZ Defence Force

21 December 2014 2:32pm | New Zealand Government

The NZ Defence Force has had a busy year participating in exercises, operations, national and international commemorations, and personnel can be proud of all they've achieved, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says... More >>

51. Surf's up at New Zealand's environmental website

21 December 2014 1:20pm | Land Air Water Aotearoa

New Zealanders are encouraged to do their surfing online before hitting the beach this summer. Beach goers can check the quality of the water at their nearest beach thanks to environmental monitoring website Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) ... More >>

52. Lisa Owen Interviews Tribal Huk Leader Jamie Pink

25 October 2014 1:07pm | The Nation

Lisa Owen Interviews Tribal Huk Leader Jamie Pink, Whose Gang is Making 500 Sandwiches a Day for Hungry Kids in the Waikato .. More >>

53. New smartphone tech will test drink drive limits

27 November 2014 2:59pm | Alcoordi

Not sure if you are ok to drive? For the first time, Kiwi motorists can now do a police grade breathalyser test via their Android smartphone. .. More >>

54. Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular Materialises in Auckland

05 August 2014 12:19pm | BBC Worldwide

Smash hit Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular returns to New Zealand with a brand new show in 2015, performing for the first time in Auckland. It follows Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular 's performance earlier this year in Wellington, as part of the New ..... More >>

55. Foo Fighters to Rock Auckland And Christchurch in 2015!

30 October 2014 9:54am | Mushroom Group

Get ready Australia and New Zealand because the most anticipated rock tour of the summer has just been confirmed! Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce that rock superstars Foo Fighters will be returning to Australia and New Zealand in February ..... More >>

56. New Zealand iPhone 6 Plus plans compared

14 October 2014 12:28pm | Digitl

Buy an  Apple iPhone 6 Plus   outright and you'll pay $1150 for the 16GB model. Move up to the 64GB iPhone 6 Plus and the price rises to $1300.  The 128GB model is $1450. I recommend buying at least 64GB, you'll soon bump against the limits of ..... More >>

57. Patrick Gower Interviews Green Party Co-Leader Russel Norman

13 September 2014 8:18pm | The Nation

Patrick Gower: Well, the behaviour of New Zealand spies is, of course, a very big concern for the Green Party, and co-leader Russel Norman is with me now. Good morning, Dr Norman, and if we just pick on what Glenn Greenwald said there, talking about ..... More >>

58. DHB funding is health privatisation trial

04 September 2014 11:31am | Democrats for Social Credit

National's proposed funding arrangements for West Coast DHB building projects can only be logically explained in terms of the Coast being made a guinea pig towards further privatisation of the public health system, according to Democrats for Social ..... More >>

59. U.S: Bipartisan bill to confront rising risks of cyberattack

20 December 2014 12:01pm | Automation Federation

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA (18 December 2014) - The United States Congress earlier this week took an important step forward to better protect America from the increasing risks of industrial cyberattack when it approved The Cybersecurity ..... More >>

60. Nelson Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival December 6-21

01 December 2011 11:21am | Nelson Media Agency

The 30 trees in the Cathedral's annual Christmas Tree Festival create a display that is both moving and informative, according to organiser Jim Wiseman. .. More >>

61. Water website a first for New Zealand

19 March 2014 9:59am | Land Air Water Aotearoa

A new website housing water quality data from New Zealand's freshwater monitoring sites was launched in Wellington today. Fran Wilde, chair of the Regional Council Sector Group, Local Government New Zealand said the Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) ..... More >>

62. SKYCITY sets off New Year's Eve with fireworks spectacular

19 December 2014 2:05pm | Sky City

SKYCITY sets off New Year's Eve with fireworks spectacular and more Auckland is set to get the ultimate New Year's Eve experience at SKYCITY with fabulous fireworks and dazzling entertainment for celebrating in style. Two giant LED light panels will ..... More >>

63. The Warehouse launches exclusive range of affordable TVs

26 September 2011 2:00pm | The Warehouse

Amid widespread debate about the variance in the price of branded products in New Zealand compared to overseas, The Warehouse is bringing added competition to the electronics market by launching an exclusive range of televisions and other electronics ..... More >>

64. Manabus.Com Launches in NZ

30 October 2014 2:00pm | Mana Bus

o Great value tickets starting from $1 plus a $1 booking fee with no hidden costs .. More >>

65. Top 10 Toys for Christmas 2014

21 November 2014 2:22pm | iQ Toys

New Zealand's largest online toy store has announced their Top 10 toy picks for Christmas 2014. The list is compiled from recent sales data, latest toy releases and 15 years in the toy industry says Maria Nuku, toy buyer for .. More >>

66. Health cuts don't heal

16 December 2014 11:22am | New Zealand Nurses Organisation

Leaked Cabinet papers that show that Government has been advised to cut the health budget by around $200 million is ringing alarm bells throughout the nursing and midwifery community. .. More >>

67. Tourist dies on Mt Tongariro

21 December 2014 10:21am | New Zealand Police

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68. How to form a company in NZ yourself for only $163.55

23 July 2012 10:36am | NZ Accounting

Starting out in business? Rather than spend money with your lawyer or accountant on forming a company, do it yourself online for only $163.55. .. More >>

69. New dating service promises higher standards

16 December 2013 11:59am | Elite Singles

There's a new dating destination for smart, successful and confident singles, and it's where they've previously been hesitant to go - online. launches in New Zealand this month following successful launches of the platform ..... More >>

70. Failed airline entrepreneur Ewan Wilson targets regions

15 December 2014 5:39pm | BusinessDesk

Dec. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Ewan Wilson, the founder of failed mid-1990s Kiwi Travel International Airlines, is eyeing up investors to take on at least some of the regional air routes being abandoned by Air New Zealand, with the principals of imported used ..... More >>

71. Clash of the Titans Concert at Waipara Hills

13 October 2014 1:47pm | Waipara Hills Wine Estate Ltd

Waipara Hills is thrilled to announce they will be hosting Clash of the Titans, a Sunday afternoon summer concert, featuring an all kiwi line up on the fourth of January 2015... More >>

72. Chase & Status to Join Netsky at Lake Hawea Hotel

28 November 2014 1:44pm | Rhythm Group

Chase & Status to Join Netsky for One Off Show at Wanaka's Lake Hawea Hotel! .. More >>

73. Christmas in the Park Returns to Kawakawa Bay

03 December 2014 12:28pm | Kawakawa Bay Christmas in the Park

Residents of Kawakawa Bay are relishing a return to a "Christmas in the Park" with the traditionally themed Yuletide event returning to the village green on Sunday December 21 at 7:30pm... More >>

74. Tips for staying safe and healthy this summer

19 December 2014 11:05am | Auckland Regional Public Health Service

Whether you are staying home or travelling out of town, Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is asking Aucklanders to take steps to reduce the risks that can arise over summer... More >>

75. Homeless is where the heart is

14 November 2014 12:45pm | Melanie Duval-Smith

So, you are not allowed to feed the homeless on the streets of Florida. Last week, a 90 year old man and two Christian ministers were arrested for doing just that. I can hear the cries of the right wingers from here. "Not in our back yard", ..... More >>

76. Setting Free The News - The Story Of Scoop #1 | 500 Words

21 December 2014 10:34pm | Scoop Operation Chrysalis

What precisely are Scoop's owners and founders trying to pass on to the community in "Operation Chrysalis"? Why? What is Scoop all about? Why does it's continued contribution to media in NZ matter?.. More >>

77. Historic WW1 Kiwi Military Records Now Available Online

20 April 2011 5:24pm | releases over 40 million historic military collections, free to search for a limited time this ANZAC Day Weekend .. More >>

78. International wine enthusiasts coming to Queenstown

18 December 2014 4:01pm | Southern PR

One of the world's premier wine events returns to Queenstown next year, bringing together international wine enthusiasts from across the globe for a special celebration of Central Otago Pinot Noir... More >>

79. Say no to freshwater pests in Fiordland

19 December 2014 11:40am | Department of Conservation

DOC would like to remind park users of the importance of making sure they 'Check, Clean, Dry' when entering Fiordland National Park this summer to help prevent the spread of didymo and other freshwater pests. Didymo is a freshwater alga and its ..... More >>

80. Virtual markers coming to Bay of Plenty harbours

19 December 2014 2:32pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

The approaches to Bay of Plenty harbours will have electronic markers early next year warning of hazardous reefs and shoals. .. More >>

81. Toxic shellfish warning extended along coastline

19 December 2014 3:42pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Following ongoing shellfish toxin monitoring the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) warning has been extended. .. More >>

82. ANZ Christchurch Branches To Open Saturdays

12 March 2002 10:22am | ANZ Bank

Two of ANZ Bank's Christchurch branches will now open from 10am to 2pm every Saturday... More >>

83. Put on a Banger of a Barbeque

07 October 2013 4:51pm | Goldair

An ideal Kiwi summer is all about the BBQ - at home with friends, on balmy evenings at the beach, or weekends away at the bach. .. More >>

84. Mitre 10 opens new store in Westgate development

20 October 2014 9:53am | Mitre 10

20 October 2014 Mitre 10 opens new store in Westgate development Mitre 10 is expanding in Auckland's new Westgate development, with its latest Mitre 10 MEGA store due to open Friday morning in time for the Labour Weekend retail rush. .. More >>

85. MediaWorks Radio: 2015 Line-Ups for the Rock and the Sound

03 December 2014 10:15am | Mediaworks

MediaWorks is refreshing its announcer line-ups for popular radio brands The Rock and The Sound. The changes involve the breakfast and daytime shows on both stations, and will further strengthen MediaWorks' dominance in commercial radio... More >>

86. US start-up accelerator Y Combinator invests in GlassJar

19 December 2014 1:52pm | BusinessDesk

Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - US start-up accelerator Y Combinator is investing in kiwi software start-up GlassJar which provides people an easy way of managing their flat finances... More >>

87. Spectacular flythrough reveals first glimpses inside NZICC

19 December 2014 2:45pm | SKYCITY

Stunning imagery of the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC), including the first glimpses inside the building, has been released today by SKYCITY Entertainment Group... More >>

88. Tender for sale of Health Precinct property

19 December 2014 5:29pm | Christchurch Central Development Unit

Progress in the Health Precinct has taken a significant step forward as the Crown releases a Request for Tender for the purchase of the property at 36-44 Oxford St, says Christchurch Central Development Unit director Warwick Isaacs... More >>

89. A Fairy Tale Christmas at Expressions

26 November 2014 12:06pm | Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre

Join Santa after the Upper Hutt Christmas Parade for a Fairy Tale Christmas at Expressions. Expressions will be transformed into an enchanted world filled with magical fairies and mysterious elves and Christmas cheer... More >>

90. Bicentenary of the Arrival of the Horse in New Zealand

19 December 2014 2:30pm | New Zealand Horse Network

The arrival of Samuel Marsden's ship at Rangihoua in the Bay of Islands on 22nd December 1812, marks the first arrivals of horses and some other livestock in New Zealand 200 years ago. In a country that has been largely defined by agriculture, ..... More >>

91. Wellington in Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2015

20 December 2014 10:44am | Tourism New Zealand

Wellington has capped off another stellar year with a place in Rough Guides Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2015 .. More >>

92. Bringing Ciclovía back to the people of Wellington

20 December 2014 11:05am | Ciclovia

"Let's do this every Sunday!" was the cry from the thousands of participants in this year's inaugural Ciclovía event on the Miramar Peninsula in February 2014. .. More >>

93. Eye-opener for Islamic Community

17 December 2014 1:08pm | Syed Atiq ul Hassan

An event of siege, terror and killing carried out by Haron Monis in the heart of Sydney business district has been an eye-opener for the Islamic Community in Australia. Haron was shot down before he killed two innocent people, a lawyer and a manager ..... More >>

94. Gerry Brownlee: Statement on CAA findings

18 November 2014 10:06am | New Zealand Government

"I remain disappointed with myself for the events which occurred at Christchurch Airport on July 24. .. More >>

95. Time for Jobs that Count in the Meat Industry

17 December 2014 9:11am | Meat Workers Union

The NZ Meat Workers Union will launch a new national campaign to highlight job insecurity in the Meat Industry this afternoon in Palmerston North. .. More >>

96. Tourist safety tags won't lower toll, says safety campaigner

20 December 2014 10:50am | The Dog and Lemon Guide

Steering wheel tags with road safety tips for visiting drivers will do little or nothing to lower the tourist road toll, says a prominent road safety campaigner. .. More >>

97. Winter Solstice, longest night and shortest day

15 June 2005 11:50am | Carter Observatory

The Winter Solstice is on June 21 at 18:46 (6:46pm); this is when the Sun is at its most Northerly point in the sky. At the middle of the day on June 21, it reaches its lowest altitude, from the Northern horizon, for the year... More >>

98. Wellington Welcomes Freedom Campers

17 October 2014 12:10pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council's environment committee agreed at yesterday's meeting to welcome and allow campers visiting the Capital to freedom camp except in some parts of the city... More >>

99. Drugs, guns and cash seized in multiple raids

16 December 2014 1:40pm | New Zealand Police

Thirty-eight Headhunter Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG), members, made up of patched, prospects and associates are facing methamphetamine related charges following the termination of four investigations in the upper North Island over the course of 2014... More >>

100. Police to conduct full SAR search for missing man in Chch

19 December 2014 2:22pm | New Zealand Police

This weekend Canterbury Police Search and Rescue (SAR) and Specialist Search teams will conduct a thorough search of the Linwood area where 33 year old Hayden COSSEY was last seen, on Friday 5 December 2014... More >>


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