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1. Fit for purpose buildings for rural firemen

26 May 2015 3:39pm | Hastings District Council

Rural fire volunteers could be housed in a fit-for-purpose building on Hastings Fire Station land in Maraekakaho Rd if investigations prove it feasible. .. More >>

2. Sing for MS - Wednesday 27 May

21 May 2015 12:02pm | Wellington City Council

People living with multiple sclerosis, their families and friends will be pleased to know that this year, for the first time, Wellington is to be part of World MS Day on Wednesday 27 May. A community singalong is to be held from 12.30 pm to 3 pm ..... More >>

3. Funeral Service Mourns Demise of Nor-West Rail

25 May 2015 11:12am | Public Transport Users Association

The Public Transport Users Association is holding a funeral service to mark the demise of Nor-West rail options, with the closure of Waitakere station as currently planned by Auckland Transport. .. More >>

4. Ohakune Mardi Gras announces line-up

02 April 2015 11:30am | Ohakune Mardi Gras

At 600m above sea level, at the feet of Mt Ruapehu, the Ohakune Mardi Gras (OMG) is the biggest party of the kiwi winter and will celebrate 20-years' on Saturday 27 June 2015 ... More >>

5. Christchurch Meeting on Insurance Cash Settlements

25 May 2015 10:40am | Released via Ali Jones PR Ltd

The transitional Cathedral will once again be the place for people with questions about earthquake insurance claims. .. More >>

6. New urban agriculture project looking for land in Chch

15 May 2015 1:21pm | Cultivate Christchurch

New urban agriculture project looking for land in Christchurch May 15, 2015 - Press release: Bailey Peryman and Fiona Stewart - 'Cultivate Christchurch' .. More >>

7. Winter arrives with a bang at Queenstown's ski areas

26 May 2015 9:45am | Southern PR

The latest southerly storm has given Queenstown's Coronet Peak and The Remarkables the best possible start to winter with up to half a metre of snow blanketing both ski areas... More >>

8. Queenstown blanketed in snow ahead of ski season

25 May 2015 1:22pm | Destination Queenstown

Queenstown, New Zealand (25 May 2015) - Queenstown and the surrounding region has been covered in snow this morning giving the local ski areas a good boost before their scheduled opening days in a few weeks' time... More >>

9. Design agreed for International Convention Centre

26 May 2015 8:55am | Sky City

The New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) project today reached a significant milestone, with SKYCITY and the Crown agreeing on the Preliminary Design of the new building. The agreement follows a three-month review of the previous design, which ..... More >>

10. Progress too slow - 2015 Treaty Audit of Auckland Council

25 May 2015 9:25am | Independent Maori Statutory Board

A major finding of the second Te Tiriti o Waitangi audit on the wider Auckland Council group shows only a few of the 42 audited recommendations are completed. The audit findings were presented to the Mayor and Councillors during an Auckland Council Finance ..... More >>

11. Te Arawa to be represented on Council committees

26 May 2015 3:11pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Rotorua Councillors have voted to allow Te Arawa representatives, with voting rights, on Rotorua Lakes Council's two key committees... More >>

12. Top-class fields ready for FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 teams

16 May 2015 10:13am | Christchurch City Council

Official mascot 'Wooliam', Ben Sigmund (Wellington Phoenix), Councillor Yani Johanson, Craig Rhodes (Mainland Football), Dave Beeche (FIFA, guests and the students of Merrin School at the opening ceremony for the four redeveloped pitches ahead of the FIFA ..... More >>

13. Boy remains in critical condition

26 May 2015 1:05pm | New Zealand Police

The nine-year-old boy injured in an accident at Taradale Primary School in Hawke's Bay yesterday remains in a critical condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital. .. More >>

14. Family Festival Fun For Matariki In Wellington

25 May 2015 4:28pm | SWPR

Night sky discoveries, storytellers, a flash mob, star weaving and experiencing a night-time tour of six of Wellington's art galleries are just a few of the events and activities for children and families during the Wellington Matariki Festival... More >>

15. Major milestone for the Tauranga Eastern Link

26 May 2015 4:26pm | NZTA

A six kilometre stretch of the Tauranga Eastern Link (TEL) will open to traffic this week, marking a major milestone in the road's construction. .. More >>

16. The shift to conservative values ... with the young too ...

01 September 2014 9:57am | Hugh Pavletich

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11061434/Charting-the-rise-of-Generation-Yawn-20-is-the-new-40.html .. More >>

17. Tauranga CBD campus a step closer

25 May 2015 10:15am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

A tertiary campus in the centre of Tauranga is a step closer following the approval of a Heads of Agreement document. .. More >>

18. Community Rising to Christchurch's Marathon Challenge

25 May 2015 2:13pm | Christchurch Airport Marathon

With close to 5000 entries, 200 volunteers and thousands of spectators, the Christchurch Airport Marathon is one of the South Island's most significant community occasions. .. More >>

19. BurgerFuel incentivised by council cash injection

26 May 2015 4:34pm | Upper Hutt City Council

BurgerFuel opened in Upper Hutt last week, with the help of an incentive from Council's Economic Development Stimulus Package. .. More >>

20. Workshops an Important Part of Reducing Alcohol Related Harm

25 May 2015 12:48pm | Ruapehu District Council

Anyone working with alcohol wanting to refresh or upskill their understanding of the new Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act is being invited to one of two special workshops. The free training workshops which are being presented by the Health Promotion Agency ..... More >>

21. Tourists face long stay in New Zealand jail

25 May 2015 4:14pm | New Zealand Customs Service

Four Asian tourists are facing life-imprisonment after being caught allegedly trying to smuggle over 12 kilograms of methamphetamine with a street value of around $12 million into the country on Saturday. Two males and two females, in their early to ..... More >>

22. Canterbury cafés gear up for Chinese visitors

25 May 2015 9:35am | Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism

Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism (CCT) is leading a food revolution in the region, teaching cafés how to cater to growing numbers of Chinese visitors. .. More >>

23. Arrest made in Hamilton CBD assault

26 May 2015 12:06pm | New Zealand Police

Hamilton Police want to reassure the public that the assault in the Hamilton CBD yesterday, which left one man hospitalised, was not the result of gang tensions as has been speculated... More >>

24. Airport welcomes International Convention Centre agreement

26 May 2015 12:30pm | Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport has welcomed the announcement that the Government and SKYCITY have agreed on the preliminary design of the New Zealand International Convention Centre. .. More >>

25. Serious road crash - SH 12 North of Dargaville

24 May 2015 12:08pm | New Zealand Police

Serious road crash - SH 12 North of Dargaville - Northland May 23 Serious Road crash SH12 North of Dargaville Emergency services are on scene at State Highway 12 Aranga. .. More >>

26. Waitangi signing commemorated 175 years on

26 May 2015 9:40am | Horizons Regional Council

A Rangitikei River stone monument commemorating a significant Treaty of Waitangi signing site has been unveiled at Tangimoana. .. More >>

27. Footballing superstars of tomorrow set to sizzle

26 May 2015 11:08am | Positively Wellington

The FIFA U-20 World Cup is billed as "One Passion. One Moment. One goal", and it's one almighty chance to see the planet's best young footballers in Wellington - the home of football in New Zealand. "The city will be rolling out the welcome ..... More >>

28. Hammer assault

26 May 2015 3:53pm | New Zealand Police

A 27 year-old man who stepped in to stop a man running off with thousands of dollars of jewellery from a Sylvia Park shop this morning was allegedly hit in the face with a hammer and has since received dozens of stitches... More >>

29. A new look for Auckland's bus shelters

26 May 2015 2:22pm | Auckland Transport

During July and August 2014 Auckland Transport asked for public feedback on three new bus shelter designs that were being trialled on Symonds Street in the city. .. More >>

30. Publication of Draft Residential Red Zone Offer

26 May 2015 2:37pm | CERA

The deadline for the Chief Executive of CERA to make public his proposals on Crown offers to buy vacant, commercial and uninsured improved properties in the residential red zones has been extended... More >>

31. Missing girl found - Huntly - Waikato

23 May 2015 10:19am | New Zealand Police

You can also view this release, including any additional images, online at: http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/37410 .. More >>

32. Mayor: Patronage leap highlights urgent need for CRL

26 May 2015 4:15pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Mayor Len Brown says the latest leap in public transport patronage highlights the need for the City Rail Link to be built as soon as possible. .. More >>

33. Beacon no Boo Boo for trapped trampers

22 May 2015 2:55pm | Maritime New Zealand

Two beacon activations saved the day yesterday for trampers in tricky situations on the South Island's West Coast, as the Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) facilitated effective rescues... More >>

34. Foodback: Your Feedback for Healthier Food Places in Wairoa

26 May 2015 9:20am | Foodback

The Foodback project is coming to Wairoa! It is led by a small team of researchers, Stefanie Vandevijvere and Rachel Williamson, who are passionate about health and wellbeing. At present we are designing an app that will collect information about ..... More >>

35. First real taste of winter

25 May 2015 1:24pm | MetService

A bitterly cold southwest flow over the country brought snow showers and freezing temperatures to many areas overnight, while strong winds and large swells will continue to affect coastal places today. .. More >>

36. Decision time for councillors on Te Arawa partnership model

25 May 2015 2:21pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Rotorua councillors will make a decision about a new Te Arawa Partnership model at an extraordinary Council meeting tomorrow [Tuesday 26 May]. .. More >>

37. Vbase venues win top architecture awards

26 May 2015 10:38am | Vbase

Two new venues in Vbase's Christchurch portfolio have taken top honours at this year's Canterbury Architecture Awards. .. More >>

38. Attempted abduction of schoolboy

26 May 2015 3:17pm | New Zealand Police

Hawke's Bay Police are investigating the attempted abduction of a five-year-old boy outside a Hastings school this morning. .. More >>

39. Auckland's low carbon plan a promising step

02 July 2014 1:36pm | New Zealand Climate and Health Council

Health professionals concerned about climate change have congratulated the Auckland Council for adopting a low carbon action plan, but encourage the Council to rapidly go further... More >>

40. Three Districts - one roading contractor

21 May 2015 3:52pm | Joint Media Statement

A collaborative regional approach taken by the Manawatu, Rangitikei, and Horowhenua District Councils to road infrastructure will see significant benefits for the three councils... More >>

41. Water Rescue at Port Waikato

25 May 2015 8:55am | New Zealand Police

Police and emergency services were called to the scene of a water rescue at Port Waikato near Ngahinapouri Island at about three pm on Sunday. .. More >>

42. Migrant and Refugee Youth Speak Out Against Family Violence

25 May 2015 9:28am | Shakti Ethnic Women's Support Group

Auckland: Local young poets and speakers of migrant and refugee backgrounds are coming together for RE-GENERATE: the launch of Shakti Youth's "Find Your Voice" campaign. This campaign aims to highlight the experiences of migrant and refugee ..... More >>

43. Police confirm identity of body missing 29 years

25 May 2015 1:44pm | New Zealand Police

Wellington Police have identified human remains recovered earlier this year as those of a man who went missing in March 1986. .. More >>

44. Boy found unconscious at school

25 May 2015 3:13pm | New Zealand Police

A nine-year-old boy is in Hawke's Bay Regional Hospital after an incident at a local primary school this afternoon. .. More >>

45. Fantastic turnout for inaugural Coromandel Youth awards

25 May 2015 4:07pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

The weather on Saturday didn't deter the finalists and their friends and families from turning up to find out who the winners of the inaugural Coromandel Peninsula Youth Awards were... More >>

46. Hutt STEMM Festival set to be a cracker

26 May 2015 9:52am | Hutt City Council

The programme of events for Lower Hutt's first STEMM Festival has been set and events can now be registered for. There are more than 30 events from Tuesday 2 June - Sunday 7 June and many are free or koha. However, several require registration ..... More >>

47. Plunket Rooms Get Upgrade

26 May 2015 12:32pm | New Zealand Plunket Society

Thanks to some generous grants two Plunket rooms in Lower Hutt have just received well-earned makeovers. Plunket has been fundraising to renovate the Stokes Valley clinic and Hutt Valley family centre and has been granted $10,000 from Infinity Foundation ..... More >>

48. Body found in stream

26 May 2015 2:07pm | New Zealand Police

At approximately 11.30am today (Tuesday, 26 May) police received a report of a body in a stream in the Fordlands area of Rotorua. .. More >>

49. Investigations continue into cell death

26 May 2015 4:50pm | New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police are investigating after a man was found unresponsive in the Manukau Police Station Custody Unit this morning. .. More >>

50. Big Splash ride opens to the public

20 January 2012 11:33am | Rainbow Springs

The Big Splash Rainbow Springs' exciting new Big Splash ride opens to the public for the first time today - January 20. .. More >>

51. Referendum options clouded by unsubstantiated information

25 May 2015 1:57pm | YES Whangarei

Spreading incorrect information during a binding public referendum might not be illegal, but it's certainly not helpful to the democratic process, say supporters of Whangarei proposed Hundertwasser Wairau Maori Art Centre (HWMAC)... More >>

52. "Steady" Alice underway again at Waterview

25 May 2015 2:02pm | NZTA

The huge tunnel boring machine (TBM), Alice, is now well into her return journey to complete the second motorway tunnel for the NZ Transport Agency's Waterview Connection project in Auckland... More >>

53. Progress in two Hamilton sexual assault cases

20 October 2010 10:05am | New Zealand Police

Hamilton Police investigating Sunday's alleged sexual assault of a young woman in the central City are making progress towards resolving the case. .. More >>

54. Alcohol licensing hours to change

26 November 2013 2:00pm | Auckland Council

A new campaign was launched today by Auckland Council to advise residents of a change to alcohol licensing hours next month under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act. .. More >>

55. Hundreds protest against mining in the Karangahake Gorge

16 September 2014 12:13pm | Coromandel Watchdog

The sunshine came out for the 300 hundred people who gathered in the Karangahake Gorge to protest against gold mining operations which have recently started there. .. More >>

56. Queen's Birthday Weekend at Queens Wharf in Auckland

11 May 2015 10:34am | The Maple

There's a right proper celebration happening this Queen's Birthday Weekend at Auckland's spectacular waterfront spot, Queens Wharf. Waterfront Auckland is excited to announce this free community event will be taking place from Saturday 30 Maythrough ..... More >>

57. Accelerated Transport Programme agreed

21 May 2015 4:38pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council's Finance and Performance Committee today supported an Accelerated Transport Programme made possible by funding from the new Interim Transport Levy for the next three years... More >>

58. Farmers Urged to Plan-a-Year-Ahead for Riparian Planting

25 May 2015 11:45am | Taranaki Regional Council

Taranaki farmers are urged to order-a-year-ahead to secure plants to protect water quality in the region. .. More >>

59. Incident at school an accident

25 May 2015 4:35pm | New Zealand Police

Police are treating an incident at a Hawke's Bay primary school today where a pupil was injured as an accident. .. More >>

60. Hastings District Council Press Release

26 May 2015 9:59am | Hastings District Council

A fall into the dumping area at the Hastings Refuse Transfer Station on Sunday has left a resident with no serious injuries. .. More >>

61. Integration drives Canterbury Health System's performance

26 May 2015 12:36pm | Canterbury District Health Board

Integration efforts across the Canterbury Health System remain pivotal to Canterbury District Health Board's performance in meeting health targets. .. More >>

62. Patrol and specialist teams compete for top dog titles

26 May 2015 2:54pm | New Zealand Police

Twelve police patrol dog teams and ten specialist detector dogs and handlers are competing for national honours this week in the National Police Dog and Detector Dog Championships being held in the greater Wellington region... More >>

63. Icy road conditions on the Central Plateau, drive with care

26 May 2015 3:20pm | NZTA

People travelling on the Central Plateau are being urged to take extreme care tonight and tomorrow morning as temperatures are expected to drop below freezing. Icy road conditions forecast tonight are expected to last well into tomorrow morning. The ..... More >>

64. Puketutu Island a people's playground

29 October 2010 2:36pm | Watercare Services

Successful negotiatons between Waikato-Tainui, local iwi, Watercare Services Limited and the Kelliher Charitable Trust have resulted in an agreement to develop Puketutu Island as a public open space... More >>

65. Innovation Key to $3.1 Million Multi Project Funding

18 February 2015 1:50pm | Te Putahitanga o Te Waipounamu

The South Island's Whānau Ora commissioning body is about to announce $3.1 million in funding directed toward locally driven initiatives designed to support Maori innovation and achievement in the region. .. More >>

66. Auckland Airport welcomes Philippine Airlines to NZ

20 May 2015 4:52pm | Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport and Philippine Airlines are excited to announce a new Manila to Auckland service, marking the first time the airline has ever operated in New Zealand. .. More >>

67. Canterbury Police appeal for public's help

22 May 2015 7:48pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police are investigating two burglaries that were reported in less than an hour in the Cashmere area of Christchurch on 13 May 2015. .. More >>

68. Murder victim named

24 May 2015 12:10pm | New Zealand Police

The 22 year-old woman who died as a result of injuries received during an alleged attack at a Queen St learning institute yesterday afternoon, was Parmita Rani, orginally from Punjab in India... More >>

69. Hutt City enjoys busy first quarter of events activity

25 May 2015 3:44pm | Hutt City Council

Lower Hutt has enjoyed a strong start to 2015 with an increase in visitors and retail spending, a vibrant events calendar and an increased tourism profile. Indications from quarterly Marketview figures show that large scale events in the city during ..... More >>

70. Investigation underway into cell death

26 May 2015 8:52am | New Zealand Police

A Police investigation is underway after a man was found dead in the Manukau Police Station Custody Unit this morning. .. More >>

71. Vintage French car takes the long road home

14 December 2007 12:17am | Hermitage Aoraki Mt Cook

A 1908 Darracq extended chassis service car has come home to the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Museum at The Hermitage , Aoraki Mount Cook bringing with it a colourful history... More >>

72. Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge sets new records

13 May 2013 5:13pm | Leukaemia and Blood Cancer NZ

This year's Firefighter Sky Tower Stair Challenge was the biggest ever with 550 firefighters from across the climbing to the top of Auckland's iconic Sky Tower on Saturday May 10 to raise over $471,000 for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand ..... More >>

73. Iconic North Island station up for sale

14 November 2013 3:17pm | Bayleys

One of the most highly valued sheep and beef farms in New Zealand has been placed on the market for sale. Mangaohane is located just off the Taihape to Napier Highway, and is nestled between the pristine Rangitikei River renowned for trophy brown trout ..... More >>

74. 40th Anniversary of ASB Polyfest starts today

18 March 2015 11:55am | ASB Polyfest

The 40th Anniversary the ASB Polyfest starts today with a special flag raising ceremony and powhiri at the Manukau Sports Bowl. .. More >>

75. Anger Over 5 Year Delay for Western Springs College Rebuild

04 May 2015 9:58am | Dan Salmon

Angry parents are asking why the Government keeps delaying the promised rebuild of Western Springs College, the only co-ed secondary school in Auckland's inner west. .. More >>

76. Earthquake-damaged Ryman village reopens

18 May 2015 9:44am | Ryman Healthcare

Christchurch's Essie Summers retirement village has been officially reopened after a $20 million rebuild. .. More >>

77. First of Wellington's newest trains arrive

25 May 2015 9:47am | Wellington Regional Council

The first pair of two-car units from Wellington's new batch of Matangi trains arrived this morning by boat from Korea (Sunday 24 May). .. More >>

78. "Putting a 'stop' at intersections in Canterbury District"

25 May 2015 4:28pm | New Zealand Police

As part of a District-wide focus to reduce the number of crashes at stop-controlled intersections Canterbury Police are running a two week campaign with the Waimakariri Road Safety Committee focussing on improving driving behaviour. .. More >>

79. Bay of Plenty patients have shorter waits for operations

26 May 2015 9:50am | Bay of Plenty District Health Board

ay patients are experiencing shorter waits for operations as the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB) continues to exceed its contracted elective surgery volumes. In the first three quarters of the 2014/15 financial year the BOPDHB performed 7,123 ..... More >>

80. CITY TALKS: Justine Clark - "Come into our Parlour..."

26 May 2015 11:56am | New Zealand Institute of Architects

Justine Clark brings equity into the discussion of architecture in the 21st century City Gallery Wellington, Civic Square Monday 15 June, 6pm .. More >>

81. Town Hall transformation gets go-ahead

26 May 2015 4:20pm | Wellington City Council

A comprehensive plan to strengthen and re-use the Town Hall and transform the Civic Square has been given the go-ahead today - the first day of formal deliberations on Wellington City Council's 2015-25 10-year Plan. Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown ..... More >>

82. Naenae Pool's 50th Birthday Bash

27 October 2006 5:24pm | Hutt City Council

Naenae Olympic Pool turns 50 years young on Friday 10 November 2006, and to honour the milestone, the pool is hosting a week of entertainment and fun to reminisce on the past 50 years, celebrate the present, and look forward to the future... More >>

83. Elder Abuse And Neglect Statistics Shocking

28 January 2010 9:49am | Home Instead Senior Care

More than 70 percent of Elder Abuse and Neglect cases are committed by family members. For many, the thought of intentionally taking advantage of an aged relation, especially a parent who has cared for them as a child, is difficult to imagine. .. More >>

84. Checkpoints for Rhythm N Vines music festival

21 December 2012 1:52pm | New Zealand Police

Police will be setting up checkpoints on the outskirts of Gisborne City in the days leading up to Rhythm N Vines in a bid to deter pre-loading and drink-driving. .. More >>

85. Stop the Redoubt/Murphy's/Mill Road Expressway

09 May 2013 3:53pm | Redoubt Ridge Environmental Action Group

At a public community meeting held last night at the Vodafone Events Centre, concerned residents voiced their serious concern and opposition to Auckland Transport's proposed expressway from Flat Bush to Drury and beyond... More >>

86. The realities of Puhoi to Wellsford

23 July 2013 11:22am | Auckland Transport Blog

The sheer stupidity of the Puhoi to Wellsford project might be starting to hit home for some of the residents of Warkworth and surrounding areas as the exact route of the motorway starts to be understood... More >>

87. NZ Scorpion stings its first victims

14 January 2014 2:39pm | Specialist Surveillance Services Limited

At 10pm on Friday 10th January 2014, 3-armed poachers on a quad bike entered a private forest at Woodhill, north west of Auckland. Almost as soon as they had entered the private forest they woke up a Scorpion 1000, a new hidden covert intruder detection ..... More >>

88. Warring couple abandoned 32 animals to starve

11 March 2014 5:34pm | SPCA Auckland

A couple in the midst of a marital separation deserted 32 animals on a lifestyle block where 12 of the animals starved to death. .. More >>

89. 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 >>

90. Use precious water resources wisely

12 December 2014 2:41pm | Waikato Regional Council

Using limited water resources wisely helps protect the health of waterways and ecosystems, as well as helping ensure the region's economic health. .. More >>

91. U-20 World Cup draw brings football giants to Christchurch

11 February 2015 10:19am | Christchurch City Council

The FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 draw took place in Auckland on Tuesday 10 February and sees Germany, Fiji, Uzbekistan, and Honduras based in Christchurch for Group F matches, with additional fixture from Group E featuring Brazil and North ..... More >>

92. Auckland tradie sentenced after turning down helping hand

19 March 2015 2:42pm | Inland Revenue Department

A self-employed painter from Castor Bay who ripped off taxpayers by deliberately not paying his fair share of tax has been ordered to pay up. David James Elliott, 44, stole almost $69,000 and was sentenced to six months community detention, 200 ..... More >>

93. Queen Mary 2 and Queen Victoria in Auckland

20 March 2015 11:57am | MG Media

Auckland yesterday hosted an impromptu Royal Rendezvous of Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 and younger sister Queen Victoria as a result of the lingering after effects of Cyclone Pam. .. More >>

94. Leading primary health facility to be built in Hastings

29 April 2015 11:02am | Totara

Hastings is set to get a major new primary health centre in 2017. This new centre, which will be one of the largest and most advanced in New Zealand, will offer everything from regular doctors' visits through to after hour's emergency care... More >>

95. Historic Truby King house for lease: great gardens and view

01 May 2015 1:58pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council is looking for a potential tenant to lease the historically significant Truby King House, which is located within the quiet surrounds of Truby King Park in Melrose, one of Wellington's Botanic Gardens. Grab the once-in-a-lifetime ..... More >>

96. Developer supporting Rotorua's 'Wood First' initiative

14 May 2015 2:33pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Work has begun on Rotorua's first inner city building to support Lakes Council's new Wood First policy, by use of innovative new wood products. .. More >>

97. Search Warrants Executed in Manurewa

14 May 2015 2:39pm | New Zealand Police

Police looking for drugs and stolen property executed four search warrants in the Manurewa Area this morning. In one of the searches, Police located 27 mature cannabis plants at a residential home which was occupied by a couple and four children. Two ..... More >>

98. Youth artwork on Te Takere's waka walls to be unveiled

19 May 2015 2:25pm | Horowhenua District Council

Youth artwork to be publicly displayed big-and-bold on the concrete waka walls outside Te Takere in Levin will be unveiled next Monday. As part of the Waka Walls Project, young people aged between 12 and 24-years-old were invited to submit artwork to be ..... More >>

99. Waioeka Gorge Car Accident

20 May 2015 8:56pm | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

The NEW Rotorua based BayTrust Rescue helicopter was dispatched to the Waioeka Gorge this afternoon for its first mission. A 49yr old female was involved in the accident after her vehicle left the road. She was flown to Rotorua Hospital with serious injuries ..... More >>

100. New face to revamp viaduct hotspot

21 May 2015 12:04pm | Pead PR

Viaduct venue Lenin is set for a revamp later this year - but Auckland party-goers can be assured it will retain its reputation as a nightlife hotspot. The remodel, rename and refocus for Lenin is being led by Shane McDonagh who has joined owner ..... More >>

 

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