Regional Most Read

Regional Most Read

1. Employer pleads guilty over forestry death

03 August 2015 10:55am | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

M and A Cross Ltd , forestry employer of Charles Finlay, pled guilty today in Rotorua District Court.. More >>

2. Funding impacting Wellington's community organisations

01 August 2015 10:24am | Community Network Wellington

A recent survey of members of Community Networks Wellington (CNW) has found that insecure funding and changes in the government's approach to the sector are creating uncertainty for community organisations... More >>

3. Kaikoura, State Highway 1, Ohau Point road repairs begin

03 August 2015 10:09am | NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency starts five weeks of road repairs just south of Ohau Point, Kaikoura, from today (Monday, 3 August). Ohau Point is known for its seal colony and is about 25 km north of the township... More >>

4. Sky Tower celebrates 18th birthday

03 August 2015 12:56pm | SKYCITY

SKYCITY Auckland is celebrating the Sky Tower's 18th birthday tonight with a colourful light display. Stretching 328 metres high, the Sky Tower has been an iconic feature of the Auckland landscape since 1997. At the time, the Sky Tower was an engineering ..... More >>

5. Shooting victim named

03 August 2015 8:48am | New Zealand Police

The body of the man fatally shot by Police in Myers Park at about 7.45pm last night was removed from the scene in the early hours of this morning and will undergo a post-mortem examination today... More >>

6. Fonterra fined for Edgecumbe overflows

31 July 2015 3:02pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Fonterra Limited has been fined a total of $174,150 in Tauranga District Court for six separate offences under the Resource Management Act. Fonterra pled guilty to all six charges and was sentenced by Judge Smith at a hearing on 27 July... More >>

7. Petone Carnival best day out this winter

03 August 2015 3:13pm | Hutt City Council

Saturday's Petone Winter Carnival proved again why it's the best day out in winter. .. More >>

8. Grave concerns for teenager

03 August 2015 11:16am | New Zealand Police

Police have grave concerns for 15-year-old LA Tukerangi who has indicated to family that she is being held against her will. .. More >>

9. Spray season begins for kiwifruit growers

31 July 2015 11:45am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

The spray season for kiwifruit growers starts this month (SUBS: August), and Bay of Plenty Regional Council is working with the industry to minimise spray concerns. .. More >>

10. Man Shot By Police In Myers Park

02 August 2015 10:50pm | New Zealand Police

The Independent Police Conduct Authority has been notified that a man was shot by Police in Myers Park this evening at about 7.45pm. .. More >>

11. Art expresses 'fresh vision of hope for a peaceful world

31 July 2015 3:06pm | Wellington City Council

Hope for a peaceful world is the theme of TÅ«manako, an art exhibition by Wellington school children to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan... More >>

12. Big fine for biosecurity breach

03 August 2015 1:10pm | Ministry For Primary Industries

A Christchurch business specialising in the biosecurity clearance of sea containers has been fined $16,750 in the Christchurch District Court last week (29 July) for a breach of the Biosecurity Act. .. More >>

13. Myers Park shooting

02 August 2015 10:21pm | New Zealand Police

Police are attending the scene of a fatal shooting in Myers Park that occurred at about 7.45pm. .. More >>

14. Canterbury Region's finest homes announced

03 August 2015 10:38am | Master Builders House of the Year

A new build and a renovation in Christchurch have been revealed as this year's top Canterbury homes, winning Supreme Awards in the Canterbury Registered Master Builders 2015 House of the Year... More >>

15. Opus celebrates the Tauranga Eastern Link

31 July 2015 10:34am | Opus International Consultants

Opus International Consultants (Opus) celebrated the official completion of the Tauranga Eastern Link today as Prime Minister John Key cut the ribbon on the $455m project. .. More >>

16. Work & Income and Housing New Zealand combine family

03 August 2015 5:07pm | Auckland Action Against Poverty

Media Release- August 3rd Auckland Action Against Poverty Work & Income and Housing New Zealand combine to evict West Auckland Family .. More >>

17. Auckland Council announces new Community Empowerment unit

29 July 2015 5:20pm | Auckland Council

A new community-focused unit that aims to better serve Aucklanders and its communities will be up and running from 1 October 2015. .. More >>

18. $1m blowout in proposed council governance

02 August 2015 6:57pm | Hastings Against Amalgamation

The governance structure of a Hawke's Bay Council, as detailed in the Local Government Commission's final proposal, is likely to cost over $1-million more each year than the current five-council structure, Mike Butler of Hastings Against Amalgamation ..... More >>

19. Environmental snapshot released in summary report

03 August 2015 2:08pm | Greater Wellington Regional Council

The current state of the environment can be seen at a glance with the release of the Greater Wellington Regional Council's latest Environmental Science Annual Summary Report today. .. More >>

20. Te Kaha And Endeavour Berth in Auckland

02 August 2015 2:46pm | New Zealand Defence Force

The Royal New Zealand Navy frigate HMNZS TE KAHA and tanker HMNZS ENDEAVOUR returned to the Devonport Naval Base this morning after being deployed since early this year. .. More >>

21. Poultry industry supports $15,000 fine for illegal importing

03 August 2015 2:56pm | Poultry Industry of NZ

The Poultry Industry Association of New Zealand (PIANZ) supports the $15,000 fine given to an Auckland man for attempting to illegally import dried birds' nests, a Chinese delicacy that threatens New Zealand's poultry industry and native birds. ..... More >>

22. Council in Second Stage of Broadband Investment Bid

31 July 2015 12:09pm | Ruapehu District Council

Council in Second Stage of Broadband Investment Bid Ruapehu mayor Don Cameron is calling on Ruapehu communities to support the second phase of council's bid to be part of the next stage of the national broadband investment programme. The next ..... More >>

23. Electric vehicle charging stations go live in Auckland

28 July 2015 11:16am | Mighty River Power

The first-ever public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Auckland CBD have gone live thanks to a partnership between Mighty River Power and Auckland Transport. .. More >>

24. Changes for Northern Gateway Toll Road

28 July 2015 12:15pm | NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency is reminding customers that changes which will make it easier to use the Northern Gateway Toll Road north of Auckland will come into effect this week... More >>

25. YES students learning on the job

03 August 2015 12:52pm | ATEED

Auckland's future business leaders and entrepreneurs will be continuing their on-the-job education as part of the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) this weekend, demonstrating and selling innovative products and services at the annual ..... More >>

26. Victoria Street cycle lane opens today

03 August 2015 1:57pm | Wellington City Council

Victoria Street's transformation has delivered another section of Wellington's planned $90 million cycle network. The transformation project includes better public infrastructure for an initial 2500 apartments, 600 of which have already been approved, ..... More >>

27. Auckland Council and Property Council welcome housing report

27 July 2015 4:43pm | Auckland Council

Today Auckland Council has welcomed a new report that provides up-to-date information on the feasibility on how many houses could be built under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP) based on current market conditions... More >>

28. Ruataniwha Dam consent conditions for farmers

29 July 2015 8:05am | Forest and Bird

Legal advice to Council confirms Ruataniwha Dam consent conditions could require farmers to reduce farming intensity .. More >>

29. Association supports officers involved in police shooting

03 August 2015 10:17am | Police Association

"The Police Association is fully supporting the officers involved in last night's shooting in Auckland," Police Association President Greg O'Connor said today. .. More >>

30. Bird nest delicacy earns $15,000 fine

03 August 2015 12:30pm | Ministry For Primary Industries

A North Shore man was fined $15,000 in Manukau District Court last week (30 July) for trying to illegally import a Chinese delicacy that threatens New Zealand's poultry industry and native birds... More >>

31. Arrest made following spate of street robberies

03 August 2015 1:01pm | New Zealand Police

Police have made an arrest of a 17 year old male on Friday the 31 st of July 2015 after investigating a spate of street robberies that have occurred in the Wellington CBD over the past 6 weeks... More >>

32. Towards a new plan - water and land

01 August 2015 10:14am | Environment Southland

Environment Southland has released an engagement document today that outlines the Council's thinking and highlights some approaches that could help to improve water quality. This is an important stage in our Water and Land 2020 & Beyond project... More >>

33. Vector Network News

03 August 2015 9:31am | Vector Limited

Our field crews isolated power to five house fires during the week, in Homai, Ellerslie, Stanmore Bay, Te Atatu South and Mangere. An isolation of power was requested at a building fire in central Auckland, but our contractors in attendance advised that ..... More >>

34. Auckland Council Accused of Putting Public at Risk

30 July 2015 11:24am | Weed Management Advisory

A complete ban on the spraying of glyphosate, also known as Roundup, on all public land in Auckland is called for after a New Zealand toxicologist confirms heightened risks of the chemical. Leaked documents show Auckland Council trivialising the serious ..... More >>

35. NZ's First Gorillas at Home at Orana

30 July 2015 2:07pm | Orana Wildlife Park

New Zealand's only gorilla group has settled into their new home at Orana Wildlife Park and are now ready to meet the public! Fataki (12), Fuzu (7) and their half-brother, Mahali (6), arrived in mid-June. They have completed quarantine and Park staff have ..... More >>

36. Update Karangahake Gorge fatal closes SH2

30 July 2015 3:14pm | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police investigating this morning's fatal collision that closed a vital link between their District and the Port of Tauranga say initial indications suggest a tragic quirk of nature may have contributed to the crash... More >>

37. Tourists assaulted in Christchurch

02 August 2015 10:40am | New Zealand Police

Two male tourists were attacked by a group of up to 8 people in the driveway of their backpackers accomodation in Worcester Street, Christchurch. .. More >>

38. Teenager charged with murder

02 August 2015 7:01pm | New Zealand Police

Christchurch Police have commenced a homicide enquiry after the body of an elderly man was discovered in an Upper Riccarton address this morning (2 August 2015). "The victim resides at the address where he was discovered... More >>

39. Board on Right Path for Kaipatiki Walking Network

27 September 2012 11:45am | Kaipatiki Local Board

Board on Right Path for Kaipatiki Walking Network Better walking and cycling routes are a step closer after the Kaipatiki Local Board adopted the Kaipatiki Connections Network Plan and endorsed its implementation yesterday (Wednesday 26 September). ..... More >>

40. Set up an account to make travelling on toll roads easy

23 June 2015 1:13pm | NZTA

The NZ Transport Agency is encouraging people to open a toll account to make travelling on the soon to be opened Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road, and the Takitimu Drive Toll Road (Route K) as convenient as possible... More >>

41. Iconic Auckland Cafe, Good One, To Close

23 June 2015 4:56pm | Coffee Supreme

Today, Tuesday 23rd June 2015, Coffee Supreme announced the forthcoming closure of its iconic cafe, Good One. Located in residential Ponsonby since 2008, Good One has showcased Coffee Supreme to Auckland city. In the years it has been open, Good One ..... More >>

42. 2015 Regional Resident Survey confirms satisfaction

30 July 2015 1:30pm | Hawke's Bay Regional Council

2015 Regional Resident Survey confirms satisfaction Hawke's Bay Regional Council yesterday heard the results of a region wide resident survey ranking HBRC highly for the quality of its service delivery, the importance of its work and the level ..... More >>

43. Fake Immigration New Zealand Website Scam

30 July 2015 3:53pm | NZ Immigration Service

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has been made aware of a new scam website and is urging customers to take special care that they are using the correct site. .. More >>

44. Rotorua Rates Notices Are in the Post

31 July 2015 1:38pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Nearly 29,000 invoices left Rotorua Lakes Council yesterday (Thursday 30 July) either by email , to those who prefer to get their account electronically, or to NZ Post. .. More >>

45. Mid-Winter break is over for Alice

31 July 2015 4:21pm | NZTA

Alice, the giant Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), is back at work after a planned mid-winter maintenance break and has passed the halfway mark on the second leg of her deep journey underground at Auckland's Waterview Connection project... More >>

46. SKYCITY provides fireworks for Auckland anniversary

22 January 2015 12:22pm | Sky City

SKYCITY will be lighting up the Sky Tower for Auckland Anniversary Weekend and providing an incredible fireworks display on Sunday 26th January. .. More >>

47. 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 >>

48. HBRC prosecutes Te Mata Mushrooms for offensive odour

16 June 2015 9:46am | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Hawke's Bay Regional Council is prosecuting Te Mata Mushroom Company of Havelock North with discharging offensive and objectionable odour from its property in Brookvale Road, Havelock North on six different dates in March and April of this year... More >>

49. Waikato concerns over new national Tb plan proposal

31 July 2015 7:31am | Waikato Regional Council

Waikato Regional Council says it is concerned proposed changes to the national plan for managing tuberculosis (Tb) in cows may be somewhat hypocritical when it comes to the Waikato... More >>

50. Agencies work together to keep the community warm

31 July 2015 10:40am | New Zealand Police

The recent severe flooding in Whanganui has affected many residents with some having lost their possessions but thanks to the generosity of some members of the public, a plethora of brand new clothing will help keep them warm... More >>

51. Police seek witnesses to Taupo robbery

31 July 2015 3:37pm | New Zealand Police

At approximately 4.25am today (Friday, 31 July) a man entered the The Bakehouse Café, Taharepa Road, Taupo armed with a firearm and demanded money. .. More >>

52. Fatal motor vehicle crash in Queenstown

01 August 2015 10:11am | New Zealand Police

A 74 year old woman has died as a result of the motor vehicle crash this afternoon on SH6, Frankton-Ladies Mile Highway in Queenstown. .. More >>

53. Award for Council's innovative wastewater biotechnology

03 August 2015 9:39am | Palmerston North City Council

Innovative use of biotechnology in the Palmerston North City Council's wastewater system has been recognised with a silver award. The INNOVATE NZ award has gone to Calibre Consulting, who designed new technology for the Council's digester solids ..... More >>

54. Images: Feilding Flooding Pictures

16 February 2004 3:14pm | Manawatu District Council

Images from MDC See.. More >>

55. Dunedin Becoming One of the World's Great Small Cities

26 February 2013 2:59pm | Dunedin City Council

Dunedin residents consider their city to be a great place to live according to the latest Quality of Life Survey. Approximately 82% of Dunedin resident agreed with that statement, compared to the six city total of 76%... More >>

56. 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 >>

57. Free nappy banks to be launched around NZ

02 March 2015 12:07pm | Pregnancy Help

Pregnancy Help's new nappy banks will enable families who might otherwise not be able to, to have access to free reusable nappies. They will also provide people around the country with the opportunity to donate clean, pre-used cloth nappies for others ..... More >>

58. Rates rebate an option for older residents

06 March 2015 5:14pm | Auckland Council

The Auckland Council Seniors Advisory Panel says that many older residents in Auckland may not know that there are options available to assist with rates payments in cases of financial hardship... More >>

59. Road Crash Whitford - Whitford Maraetai Rd

13 April 2015 1:48pm | New Zealand Police

Road Crash at Whitford Maraetai Rd Whitford Police are investigating a single vehicle crash with a bridge. .. More >>

60. Four arrested for importing Class C drug "Alpha PVP"

18 April 2015 10:36am | NZ Police and NZ Customs

Three men and one woman aged between 24-26 years have been arrested and face charges relating to the importation and supply of class C drugs, and have had in excess of $1 million in assets seized, following a joint Police and Customs operation... More >>

61. 2015 NZME Hastings City Business Awards

05 June 2015 1:56pm | Hastings City Business Association

The nominations are in, the judges in place and tickets are now on sale for the NZME Hastings City Business Awards. The awards cocktail function and ceremony will to be held on Friday 31st July at Focal Point Cinema and promises to be a red carpet ..... More >>

62. Whanganui River flood levels biggest on record

21 June 2015 10:13am | Horizons Regional Council

Heavy rain throughout the Region has resulted in the Whanganui River flood levels becoming the biggest on record. .. More >>

63. Serious Crash - State Highway 25, Waitakaruru - Waikato

19 July 2015 10:02am | New Zealand Police

At about 6.15am this morning a car and a truck collided on State Highway 25 near Back Miranda Road. .. More >>

64. Major General (Rtd) Louis Gardiner, ONZM

21 July 2015 4:27pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Major General (Rtd) Louis Gardiner, ONZM (1952- 2015) died peacefully on Saturday 18 July, surrounded by his family... More >>

65. Small Northland town steps up to tackle sex abuse

23 July 2015 8:50am | Stop Demand

The resilient Northland town of Kaikohe is taking the bold step of speaking out on all forms of sexual abuse and sexual violence against its girls, boys and women. .. More >>

66. Major Boost For Rotorua Toursim

24 July 2015 2:05pm | Shine PR

Rotorua's tourism and entertainment offering is about to get a major boost with details released today regarding the new $13 million Lynmore Junction and entertainment zone development on Te Ngae Road... More >>

67. Maungatautari project funding confirmed

30 July 2015 2:53pm | Waikato Regional Council

30 July 2015 Maungatautari project funding confirmed Waikato Regional Council has confirmed it will support the Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust with $300,000 annually for the next three years. If follows the finalisation of a new accountability ..... More >>

68. SH20A to Airport - Traffic changes ahead

31 July 2015 9:51am | NZ Transport Agency

SH20A to Airport - Traffic changes ahead at Kirkbride Road The NZ Transport Agency advises drivers that traffic movements at the intersection of SH20A and Kirkbride Road will be restricted from Monday 10 August until March next year... More >>

69. Kapiti Food Fair 2015 set for growth

31 July 2015 1:02pm | Kapiti Business Projects

The Kapiti Food Fair 2015 is delighted to announce a new Principal Supporter of the Fair. Over the last few months the Kapiti Rotary Club has been talking to the Fair about their potential involvement. Their Executive has now made the decision ..... More >>

70. Fish dumping incident investigated

03 August 2015 12:59pm | Ministry For Primary Industries

The Ministry for Primary Industries is investigating a potential fish-dumping incident off the coast of Northland on Friday (31 July). .. More >>

71. Inorganic Rubbish Collections On Again In Manukau

25 July 2001 2:26pm | Manukau City Council

It¡¦s that time of the year when residents in Manukau can get rid of all those unwanted household goods growing mould in back yards and garages. Inorganic rubbish collections will run throughout the city from August through to mid December... More >>

72. Significant volcanic feature secure for public use

03 July 2007 9:37am | Manukau City Council

One of the most pristine and undeveloped explosion craters remaining in the Auckland volcanic field has been secured for a public reserve by Manukau City Council, through a $6.07millon purchase announced today (Tuesday 3 July, 2007)... More >>

73. Massive Mitre 10 Mega Opens in Pukekohe

03 December 2010 1:42pm | Mitre 10

Pukekohe's largest retail outlet opens today (Friday, 3 December), bringing with it new jobs and a major boost to the local economy. The 9,500sq m Mitre 10 Mega, at 12 Wrightson Way, is part of a nationwide expansion by the country's best-known ..... More >>

74. Christchurch's Marathon Returning to Pre-quake Entries

03 April 2013 6:50pm | Christchurch Airport Marathon

The Christchurch Airport Marathon is poised to return to the record entry numbers it was enjoying prior to the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. Scheduled for Sunday 2nd June, entries for the 2013 Christchurch Airport Marathon are close to the record ..... More >>

75. Hermitage Hotel Team Cooks to Victory Once Again

14 May 2013 1:14pm | Hermitage Hotel

The Hermitage Hotel at Aoraki Mt Cook is once again celebrating culinary success with its award-winning chefs taking out first and third place at the Southern Light Salon Culinaire competition on Saturday (11 May 2013)... More >>

76. Polyanthus pack a punch in winter gardens

27 May 2013 10:18am | Awapuni Nurseries

There's no argument winter gardens don't have the same degree of colour as spring ones. .. More >>

77. Public transport options to Big Day Out at Western Springs

15 January 2014 11:33am | Auckland Transport

For the first time in 20 years the Big Day Out plays at Western Springs. Music fans going to the BDO this Friday 17 January are advised to plan their travel and check out transport options to the festival. .. More >>

78. Christchurch development boosted by new company

12 November 2014 11:27am | Convergence

Quality commercial and residential development in Christchurch has been boosted by a newly-formed company, the NewUrban Group. .. More >>

79. Joseph Parker's next fight - Auckland, March 5

16 January 2015 10:17am | Duco Events

Joseph Parker is set to light up Auckland's Vodafone Events Centre this March 5th, 2015when he takes on Jason 'The Technician' Pettaway ! .. More >>

80. International school netball champs for Rotorua

16 February 2015 9:23am | Rotorua Lakes Council

International school netball champs for Rotorua Rotorua has secured hosting rights for the 2015 Trans Tasman Secondary Schools Netball competition. The event is to be staged at the Energy Events Centre from May 25 to May 28 this year. Destination ..... More >>

81. All eyes on Sky Tower - Tuesday's cricket match

24 March 2015 2:10pm | SKYCITY

Auckland's Sky Tower will be the centre of an incredible fireworks display to mark the conclusion of the cricket at Eden Park tonight. .. More >>

82. Local investment strong in Health Precinct

30 March 2015 4:19pm | Christchurch Central Development Unit

A world-class Health Precinct in Christchurch just got a step closer, with local property group Countrywide Property Trust Limited buying a prominent site for a multi-storey development... More >>

83. 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 >>

84. Environment Grant Good News For Kapiti

30 June 2015 5:23pm | John Lancashire

The recent announcement of an award from the Ministry of the Environment 's Community Environment Fund of nearly $300,000 to the Friends of Queen Elizabeth Park for their 3 year project ""Increasing biodiversity through community action in the "real" ..... More >>

85. Central local boards driving a healthier Manukau Harbour

22 July 2015 8:05pm | Auckland Council Media

Environmentally-focused initiatives from Puketāpapa and Maungakiekie-Tāmaki local boards are helping to restore Manukau Harbour's wellbeing and accessibility. .. More >>

86. Joint venture already providing employment on Coast

23 July 2015 9:14am | Development West Coast

Development West Coast (DWC) has entered into a joint venture to develop a West Coast wholesale honey business that has the potential to provide 15-20 new jobs over the next three years... More >>

87. Water Rescue - Kawau Island

24 July 2015 10:08am | New Zealand Police

There was a boating incident that happened last night around 2300. Two males in a stabicraft boat hit rocks on the SE corner of Kawau Island. A mayday radio messgae was received at around 0500hrs this morning. .. More >>

88. Temporary projects leave long-lasting legacy

29 July 2015 11:08am | Lincoln University

The temporary projects which popped up on newly vacant land around Christchurch after the earthquakes have a lot more value to a traumatised public than we may think. Dr Andreas Wesener, a lecturer in Urban Design at the School of Landscape Architecture ..... More >>

89. Meth bust in Hawke's Bay

30 July 2015 1:41pm | New Zealand Police

Hawke's Bay Police have made another seizure of methamphetamine just days after half a kilo was found in a vehicle on the outskirts of Napier. .. More >>

90. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang events raise $6,000

31 July 2015 11:34am | Warbirds and Wheels

Children in the Upper Clutha will benefit from additional medical services and support thanks to the generosity of locals and visitors who helped raise $6,000 during Warbirds & Wheels' Chitty Chitty Bang Bang month... More >>

91. New artwork for "Happy Tav" site

31 July 2015 12:33pm | Hastings District Council

Talented Havelock North school students will be able to admire their own handiwork in a very public space for the next two years. .. More >>

92. Fellow workers perform CPR on work mate

31 July 2015 3:05pm | TrustPower TECT Rescue Helicopter

Today the Tauranga based Trustpower TECT Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Waihi Beach where a 59 year old Te Puke had been working on a building site when he suffered a serious cardiac event. The man work mates carried out CPR on the man until emergency ..... More >>

93. Appealing for witnesses to attempted abduction in Glen Eden

31 July 2015 5:04pm | New Zealand Police

Waitakere Police are appealing for witnesses to a report of an attempted abduction in Glen Eden yesterday afternoon. .. More >>

94. Rain bands sweep country

02 August 2015 11:19am | MetService

A wet but mild start to the week is forecast with moist air from the Tasman Sea hitting our shores. However, a southerly change is expected towards the end of the week, bringing snow showers to the south and dropping temperatures back down... More >>

95. Seeking Christchurch's Creative Children

03 August 2015 3:12pm | Christchurch Arts Festival

McConnell Dowell, in conjunction with the Christchurch Arts Festival has launched a competition to find out how creative Christchurch children can be. .. More >>

96. THe BBQ And Pool Issue

17 February 2005 9:59am | Pool Owners Action Group

More than a year ago, some councillors were telling me we had their sympathy over the swimming pool fencing issue. Nearly a year ago POAG was claiming pool inspectors were acting ultra vires. Countless times comments from Jason Sheehan and Dean Nuralli ..... More >>

97. Auckland motorway exit numbering

01 June 2005 12:47am | Transit New Zealand

Transit New Zealand is making Auckland motorway off-ramps and links more user-friendly with the introduction of an exit numbering system... More >>

98. Hamilton Subdivision Sales Show No Sign Of Easing

22 December 2005 4:05pm | DTZ New Zealand

Interest continues to be strong with sales picking up at Magellan Heights - a superior residential development located in the heart of the established Flagstaff area in Hamilton... More >>

99. Work on Paekakariki seawall commences

19 June 2006 10:40am | Kapiti Coast District Council

Seawall restoration work will start this weekend and continue next week on The Parade, Paekakariki, Kapiti Coast District Council Community Assets & Services Manager, Rob Williams said today... More >>

100. 12 knot speed limit for inner Waitemata

29 March 2007 3:00pm | Auckland Regional Council

The ARC Harbourmaster is introducing a restricted zone between the Auckland Harbour Bridge and North Head, on the inner Waitemata Harbour... More >>