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1. Mount Maunganui: Search underway for boy swept out to sea

01 October 2014 1:38pm | New Zealand Police

A major search and rescue operation is underway to find a 5-year-old boy missing in the water at Mount Maunganui. The alarm was raised at approximately 11.50am. A woman and three young children had been playing on the shoreline in an area known ..... More >>

2. Tauranga: Have you seen vehicle used in ram raid?

30 September 2014 2:15pm | New Zealand Police

Police in Tauranga are appealing for information about a vehicle believed to have been used in a ram raid of a service station at the weekend. .. More >>

3. March and Rally to raise awareness on rape culture & consent

30 September 2014 1:57pm | Rape Crisis Dunedin

Every year, Rape Crisis Dunedin organises an awareness-raising event in the Dunedin community. In past years (2011-2013) it organised the Slutwalk march and rally. This year, the focus is on raising awareness about enthusiastic consent. The event is ..... More >>

4. Fatal crash at Waikuku - deceased named

01 October 2014 5:09pm | New Zealand Police

Police have released the name of the front-seat passenger who passed away last night at Christchurch Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in yesterday's crash on SH1 at Waikuku... More >>

5. Motor vehicle crash near Rolleston

01 October 2014 11:58am | New Zealand Police

Emergency services are attending a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Weedons Ross Road and Maddisons Road near Rolleston involving two vehicles, one trailing a horse float... More >>

6. Fatal Fire in Springdale

01 October 2014 5:10pm | New Zealand Police

The body of a woman has been found inside a burning house on Number 1 Road in Springdale, Waikato this afternoon. The body was discovered shortly after Fire Services arrived at the address and extinguished the flames after responding to a call about a house ..... More >>

7. Motor vehicle crash on SH1 at Waikuku

01 October 2014 9:10am | New Zealand Police

Police can confirm that a 19 year old man who was flown to Christchurch Hospital in a critical condition yesterday following a three-vehicle crash on SH1 at Waikuku has passed away this morning. .. More >>

8. Motor vehicle crash on SH1 at Waikuku

30 September 2014 4:20pm | New Zealand Police

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a vehicle crash on SH1 outside the Waikuku Z Service Station involving 3 vehicles. .. More >>

9. Investigations continue into crash near Rolleston

01 October 2014 2:59pm | New Zealand Police

At approximately 10.40am this morning Police and emergency services attended a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Weedons Ross Road and Maddisons Road. .. More >>

10. Mayor admits "this is really mining"

01 October 2014 10:34am | Protect Karangahake Group

At a public meeting The Hauraki District Council hosted on Tuesday evening in response to uproar about the mining operations due to start in Karangahake Mayor John Tredgida admitted that what New Talisman's plans to start is in fact mining... More >>

11. Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal to Reopen in November

03 June 2014 10:55pm | SWPR

Christchurch's iconic Isaac Theatre Royal will reopen for performances in November this year .. More >>

12. Anglers Advised Not To Eat Trout In 1080 Areas

26 September 2014 4:18pm | NZ Fish and Game Council

With the fishing season opening in just a few days (1 October 2014), anglers are being warned by the Department of Conservation(DOC) not to eat trout from pristine backcountry waters and their downstream catchments, where the department is conducting ..... More >>

13. Sunday Assembly 'Atheist Church' lunches in Christchurch

25 September 2014 9:22am | Sunday Assembly

The Sunday Assembly, dubbed by the media as the 'atheist church' (as in 'without god' rather than 'anti god'), is formally launching in Christchurch on September 28th. Sunday Assembly was founded in London in January 2013, and since then it has ..... More >>

14. Fire Service says Northcote College fire not suspicious

29 September 2014 5:14pm | New Zealand Fire Service

Fire investigators have been unable to determine the cause of the fire at Northcote College in Birkenhead on Friday evening however they do not believe it was suspicious. .. More >>

15. Update - Motor vehicle crash on SH1 at Waikuku

30 September 2014 5:34pm | New Zealand Police

Police can confirm that a 19 year old man has been flow to Christchurch Hospital in a critical condition following a three-vehicle crash on SH1 outside the Waikuku Z Service Station at approximately 3.30pm today. A mother and young child and another ..... More >>

16. Trucking & Cycling Communities: Cycle Safety in Christchurch

30 September 2014 1:42pm | NZ Trucking Association

Saturday October 11th 2014 at the "Tyre General GT Radial Trucking 2014" to be held at Wigram Air Force Museum, Christchurch 10am - 5pm .. More >>

17. The Great Animal Walk

30 September 2014 2:54pm | Great Animal Walk

Queen Street will once again feel the pitter-patter of feet, paws and hooves during the SPCA Great Animal Walk on Sunday 5th October. Kicking off at 11:30am Queen Elizabeth Square, this year speakers will highlight the plight of endangered species, from ..... More >>

18. Concerns for man missing from Mount Maunganui

29 September 2014 4:11pm | New Zealand Police

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 37-year-old man missing from Mount Maunganui. .. More >>

19. Hamilton checkout operators compete for Checker of the Year

01 October 2014 11:06am | Foodstuffs Limited

Last night, checkout operators from Waikato New World and PAK'nSAVE stores had their moment to shine at the Foodstuffs Checker of the Year regional heats held at the Founders Theatre in Hamilton. .. More >>

20. Waikato District Council investigating serious dog attack

01 October 2014 2:23pm | Waikato District Council

Waikato District Council investigating serious dog attack Waikato District Council is investigating a serious dog attack after Animal Control officers were called to a Waiuku property around midnight last night (Tuesday 30 September). The incident ..... More >>

21. Small cats with big ears arrive at Wellington Zoo

18 September 2014 5:41pm | Wellington Zoo

Visitors to Wellington Zoo will be able to see New Zealand's first Caracals in the Zoo's new Grassland Cats habitat, with a special visitor opening day on Saturday 27 September... More >>

22. Sign Between the Flags

30 September 2014 1:15pm | Surf Life Saving Northern Region

The iconic Surf Life Saving flags will be flying high for the first time at Mission Bay on Saturday the 11th of October, as dozens of lifeguards call for beachgoers to Sign Between the Flags . .. More >>

23. 2014 - A year of delivering change for Auckland

30 September 2014 2:36pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport's annual report for 2014 charts its biggest year yet for delivering projects. .. More >>

24. Description issued in Mount Maunganui incident

12 September 2014 4:26pm | New Zealand Police

Police have issued a description of a male they would like to speak to in relation to an incident in Mount Maunganui today. .. More >>

25. University of Canterbury comments on Roundie 500

24 September 2014 9:32am | University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury strongly disapproves of the actions of a number of individuals involved in the recent ENSOC Roundie 500 event. .. More >>

26. Disability Advisory Group seeks new members

29 September 2014 9:29am | Whangarei District Council

Disability Advisory Group seeks new members New members are sought for Whangarei's Disability Advisory Group (DAG). Whangarei District Council established a Disability Advisory Group to improve communication with people in our community who are experiencing ..... More >>

27. Wellington window displays wow judges

29 September 2014 5:30pm | Positively Wellington Tourism

From over 60 participating Wellington stores, judges of the WOW® Window Dressing Competition have selected Featherston Street fashion retailer deNada as the winner of a prize package worth over $7,000. .. More >>

28. The Great Animal Walk

30 September 2014 2:54pm | Great Animal Walk

Queen Street will once again feel the pitter-patter of feet, paws and hooves during the SPCA Great Animal Walk on Sunday 5th October. Kicking off at 11:30am Queen Elizabeth Square, this year speakers will highlight the plight of endangered species, from ..... More >>

29. Driver charged over jogger's death

01 October 2014 11:45am | New Zealand Police

Hawera Police have now charged a man in relation to the death of Deanne Cooper who was killed while jogging on Ohangai Road, Hawera, on 26 May, 2014. .. More >>

30. ANZ to host second Asian Migrant Expo

01 October 2014 2:05pm | ANZ Bank

A range of organisations and services to help Asian migrants settle in New Zealand will be together under one roof during the second ANZ Asian Migrant Expo on 11 October. .. More >>

31. 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 >>

32. Shock as company gets go-ahead in the Karangahake Gorge

09 September 2014 2:23pm | Coromandel Watchdog

Extensive mining activity is due to start in the beautiful bush clad hills behind the iconic Karangahake Rail Trail... More >>

33. 42 ANZ and National Bank ATMs working in Christchurch

01 March 2011 7:54pm | ANZ Bank

There are now around 42 ANZ and National Bank ATMs working in Christchurch region Christchurch ATMs (at 5pm 1 March) Reminder: ANZ customers can use both The National Bank and ANZ ATMs without incurring any other bank ATM fee... More >>

34. It's all happening at Christchurch Hospital - from next week

26 September 2014 12:17pm | Canterbury District Health Board

With the appointment of Schick Contracting and Cartage to carry out site preparation work within the Christchurch hospital grounds, the public can expect to see some changes around Christchurch Hospital over the coming weeks... More >>

35. Work underway to install Auckland's digital speed cameras

30 September 2014 10:54am | New Zealand Police

A new generation of fixed speed cameras is coming to Auckland, with work on six sites getting underway this week. .. More >>

36. Positive performance by Wellington CEO

30 September 2014 4:07pm | Wellington City Council

Positive performance by Wellington CEO Wellington City Council's Performance Review Committee has completed its annual review of the performance of Council Chief Executive Kevin Lavery. Mr Lavery arrived in Wellington in March 2013 from Cornwall. Mayor ..... More >>

37. OPC rebrand puts Sir Ed back in the spotlight

01 October 2014 10:38am | Hillary Outdoors

The outdoor education centre named for our most famous explorer says it is putting the Hillary name back where it belongs. .. More >>

38. Macandrew Bay Prepares for Freedom Campers

01 October 2014 11:17am | Dunedin City Council

Dunedin (Wednesday, 1 October 2014) - Clearer signs and regular monitoring are two of the positive changes which will greet freedom campers at Macandrew Bay over the summer... More >>

39. Nees appointed Canterbury's inaugural architect in residence

13 August 2014 9:54am | University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury has appointed Christchurch architect Tim Nees as the inaugural Architect in Residence within its College of Engineering. The residency has support from Sir Miles Warren's Warren Architects Education Charitable Trust ..... More >>

40. Bellfield Road, Papakura - Special Housing Area

12 September 2014 11:33am | Calum Penrose

The former Papakura Golf Course and the adjoining property at 117 Opaheke Road, which borders the new Opaheke Park, have been recommended to the Minister of Housing in Auckland Council's latest tranche of Special Housing Areas (SHAs)... More >>

41. Worker's death results in hefty fine

16 September 2014 9:20am | WorkSafe NZ

Concrete manufacturing company, Busck Prestressed Concrete Limited, has been fined $70,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $60,000 after the death of worker who was run over by a 6.5 tonne telehandler... More >>

42. Old Truckers to Get Out of Retirement for One Day

17 September 2014 1:14pm | NZ Trucking Association

"Old Truckers to Get Out of Retirement for One Day to Turn Out for Trucking 2014" .. More >>

43. Rotorua to host secondary schools cross country champs

29 September 2014 12:30pm | Rotorua District Council

Another event has been added to Rotorua's 2016 calendar, providing a welcome boost during a usually quieter time in the city. The New Zealand Secondary Schools' National Cross Country Championships will be held in Rotorua on the weekend of June 18 and ..... More >>

44. Gold Discovery Centre is Open

30 September 2014 10:17am | Destination Coromandel

The Gold Discovery Centre in Waihi officially opened last Friday night in a stately fashion. Associate Minister of Tourism Todd McClay, Coromandel MP Scott Simpson and Hauraki District Council Mayor John Tregida were just some of the dignitaries on ..... More >>

45. Shannon Wastewater Solution Likely Soon

30 September 2014 1:20pm | Horowhenua District Council

Resource consent applications for Shannon's wastewater treatment plant discharges are progressing well, thanks to effective collaboration between Horowhenua District Council and submitters... More >>

46. GWRC's Annual Report highlights the wide variety of work

30 September 2014 1:46pm | Greater Wellington Regional Council

The Greater Wellington Regional Council 2013/14 Annual Report, adopted today, highlights the wide variety of the work undertaken by the council. .. More >>

47. Prison sentence for forgery and false statements

01 October 2014 9:42am | Serious Fraud Office

John Grant Fagan (54) has been sentenced in the Palmerston North District Court to three years and one month imprisonment following a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) prosecution. In September last year, Mr Fagan pleaded guilty to 15 offences under the Crimes Act ..... More >>

48. Auckland leads New Zealand superyacht boom

01 October 2014 10:24am | ATEED

Auckland enjoyed a record superyacht season between April 2013 and March 2014 with $29 million net economic impact to the regional economy. The significant value of the superyacht sector is confirmed in an independent report by the Superyacht Intelligence ..... More >>

49. Bracelet a lucky charm for Hokitika's new multi-millionaire

01 October 2014 11:04am | Lotto New Zealand

A Hokitika woman is celebrating after winning $2 million with Lotto First Division on Saturday night, crediting her good fortune to her lucky charm bracelet. The winner received the bracelet as a gift last Christmas and immediately decided she would ..... More >>

50. Staying safe on Canterbury roads

01 October 2014 12:52pm | New Zealand Police

In the last two weeks in Canterbury there have been several serious crashes, some of which have unfortunately resulted in fatalities. Despite this the number of road fatalities in Canterbury during September 2014 were the second lowest in the last ..... More >>

51. Second fixed speed camera for Wellington - Petone motorway

01 October 2014 3:55pm | New Zealand Police

Motorists driving between Wellington and Petone will now see a new fixture - the housing for a second fixed speed camera on this stretch of motorway. .. More >>

52. Howick & Pakuranga Residents Inorganic Collection

05 November 2003 8:31am | Manukau City Council

Manukau City Council's annual inorganic collection comes to Pakuranga Ward next week and moves to Howick Ward in late November, with a reminder to residents to stack it safely please!.. More >>

53. Frozen Fun Zone Skates into The Palms for School Holidays

23 September 2013 4:40pm | The Palms

Spring may have sprung, but The Palms, in conjunction with More FM, is reviving a winter-favourite pastime these school holidays by turning part of the carpark into an ice rink... More >>

54. New kiwi youth share their stories

13 August 2014 3:50pm | Auckland Council

Diversity, literature and youth are being celebrated in a public book launch and reading event at the Mount Albert Senior Citizens Hall on 23 August. .. More >>

55. Trophies on the cards for capital anglers!

29 September 2014 4:57pm | Fish and Game New Zealand

The looming 'mouse plague' across parts of New Zealand could see some sizeable trout about in the Wellington Fish & Game region this season, which starts Wednesday, October 1... More >>

56. Group Calls Citizens to Action

30 September 2014 9:30am | Democracy Action

A group of New Zealanders have launched a campaign to maximise the impact of objections to anti-democratic privileges built into Auckland Council's Unitary Plan ("PAUP"). .. More >>

57. Video: Alice Breaks Through At End Of First Waterview Tunnel

30 September 2014 12:52pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

The first of the twin road tunnels that will connect Auckland's Southwestern and Northwestern motorways as part of the NZ Transport Agency's Waterview Connection project has been built... More >>

58. Fatal motor vehicle crash on SH79 - update

30 September 2014 3:02pm | New Zealand Police

Police and emergency services are still at the scene of a fatal head-on crash that happened at approximately 12pm today on SH79, the Geraldine-Fairlie Highway. .. More >>

59. Free Roman blinds now installed free, October only

01 October 2014 11:02am | Palmerston North City Council

Palmerston North City Council's eco design advisor, Nelson Lebo, is offering to deliver and install Roman blinds from the Red Cross Curtain Bank (26B Domain Street) free of charge during the month of October... More >>

60. Central District fiscal year crime statistics - 2013/2014

01 October 2014 11:39am | New Zealand Police

For the seventh year in a row crime continues to trend downward in the Central Police District. .. More >>

61. Bay of Plenty crime rate at another record low

01 October 2014 11:48am | New Zealand Police

A continued focus on prevention and victims is believed to be a significant factor in the 11.7% reduction in crime recorded in the Bay of Plenty in year to 30 June, 2014... More >>

62. Tairawhiti crime drops 7.8 per cent

01 October 2014 12:24pm | New Zealand Police

A strong focus on preventing crime and community partnerships has resulted in a 7.8 per cent drop in Tairawhiti crime, police say. .. More >>

63. Small rise in HB crime

01 October 2014 12:32pm | New Zealand Police

Crime in Hawke's Bay has risen slightly over the last financial year, with 15,418 offences recorded. .. More >>

64. 20% Fibre Broadband Uptake in Burnside & Addington

01 October 2014 1:26pm | Enable NZ

Fibre broadband network provider, Enable has today announced the Christchurch suburbs and local towns that are embracing fibre broadband the fastest - with Rolleston, Burnside and Addington topping the list... More >>

65. Auckland's skyline glows pink this October

01 October 2014 1:33pm | SKYCITY

From 1 October the Sky Tower will glow for pink for the entire month in support of Breast Cancer month. .. More >>

66. Call for Canterbury Community to Back Fanfare Campaign

01 October 2014 3:21pm | SCAPE

The countdown is on for SCAPE Public Art to raise the $50,000 PledgeMe fundraising target to Bring Fanfare Home to Christchurch before Monday 13 October 2014. .. More >>

67. Changes to parking around the Auckland Domain

26 April 2007 2:06pm | Auckland City Council

Auckland City Council is making some changes to parking in and around the Auckland Domain, to ensure everyone can continue to have access to this popular park and the surrounding area... More >>

68. Temporary Road Closure The 309 Road

21 September 2012 10:29am | New Zealand Police

Road Closure alert, following on from and earlier non-injury vehicle crash on The 309 Road, Kaimarama. .. More >>

69. Act now to protect fruit from guava moth, Northlanders urged

09 October 2012 9:51am | Northland Regional Council

Now is the time to practise good orchard hygiene and take other steps to protect Northland fruit crops favoured by the unwanted Aussie insect invader the guava moth, biosecurity experts say... More >>

70. Chch has increased demand for rescuing of unwanted huskies

16 October 2013 3:47pm | Husky Rescue NZ

By anyone's standards, huskies are handsome dogs, with their classic wolf shape, irrepressible tail and striking markings. But, as Michelle Attwood founder of Christchurch-based Husky Rescue NZ says, that very appeal is also the breed's Achilles heel. .. More >>

71. New Maternity Service for Turangi Starting Up

31 January 2014 3:52pm | Lakes District Health Board

Lead maternity carers Jo Toma and Toni Postlewaight will operate their new maternity service, Awhi Midwives, from a large house in Paekiri Street, Turangi. The powhiri for the new service was held at the new service's premises in Turangi late this ..... More >>

72. Waikato dairy farmers boosting effluent performance

12 June 2014 5:54pm | Waikato Regional Council

Having adequate storage to stop effluent being sprayed on to pasture at the wrong time is starting to become the new normal for Waikato dairy farmers, says the author of a report to Waikato Regional Council's environmental performance committee. ..... More >>

73. Council wins national boat safety award

31 August 2014 12:51pm | Waikato Regional Council

Council wins national boat safety award Waikato Regional Council's maritime services team has won a national award recognising its boat safety work for the region and New Zealand... More >>

74. Hamilton artist honoured for colourful outlook

09 September 2014 2:42pm | Trio Communications

As a teenager with Asperger's Syndrome Yaniv Janson (22) felt isolated. That was until he discovered art. Now, his colourful outlook on life has earned him recognition for his bright paintings both at home and abroad. .. More >>

75. Three Auckland venues judged NZ's best in national awards

19 September 2014 9:40am | MEDIACOM

The Jet Park Hotel &Conference Centre in Auckland has been judged as the Supreme Champion in this year's Hospitality New Zealand Awards for Excellence - spearheading a series of winning accolades for hospitality venues in the city... More >>

76. Ice Age hits Hamilton with ground-breaking entertainment

23 September 2014 10:02am | Spark Activate

A new concept in family entertainment launches in Hamilton today showcasing revolutionary technology not seen anywhere else in the mini golf space within Australasia. Ice Age, an 18 hole mini golf course themed on the Ice Age period offers a mini golf ..... More >>

77. Porirua Backs Nelson's Gigatown Bid & Win for Region

24 September 2014 3:32pm | Porirua City Council

After narrowly missing out on a spot in the Gigatown finals, Porirua City has struck up a partnership with Nelson to support its campaign. .. More >>

78. New online Sustainable Events Calendar is live

26 September 2014 3:46pm | Waikato Environment Centre

The new online Sustainable Events Calendar www.sustainableevents.org.nz is now officially up and running. .. More >>

79. Waterview Tunnels Constructions Reaches Halfway

29 September 2014 2:28pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

o One tunnel built, one to go o 12010 concrete tunnel lining segments in place o 394,000m3 of spoil removed.. More >>

80. Marine Oil Spill Exercise Rescheduled at Napier Port

30 September 2014 11:16am | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Hawke's Bay Regional Council has rescheduled its annual marine oil spill exercise in and beside Napier Port for Wednesday 1 October 2014. The exercise was delayed after poor weather conditions in early September... More >>

81. Fatal motor vehicle crash on SH79 Geraldine-Fairlie Highway

30 September 2014 1:41pm | New Zealand Police

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a fatal crash that occured shortly after midday on SH79 Geraldine-Fairlie Highway involving two vehicles. .. More >>

82. WCC TV - all the action from 5.30 this afternoon

30 September 2014 5:14pm | Wellington City Council

Forget the mainstream TV news shows, forget Shortland Street - if you want to watch drama, a bit of humour, and real democracy in action - as it happens - from the comfort of your armchair this evening then go here for full live coverage of this ..... More >>

83. Calling for entries to ReTree Festival

01 October 2014 10:12am | Hutt City Council

Hutt City Council has teamed up with Te Omanga Hospice to bring the first Recycled Christmas Tree exhibition to the region. .. More >>

84. Joint Emergency Management Role for CODC & QLDC

01 October 2014 10:29am | Joint Media Statement

Neighbouring councils Queenstown Lakes District and Central Otago District have joined forces to appoint a joint Emergency Management Officer for the first time. "We both had vacancies at the same time so it made sense to use this opportunity to create ..... More >>

85. Crime in Dunedin Clutha Waitaki Policing Area Drops By 5%

01 October 2014 11:36am | New Zealand Police

Reported total crime in the Dunedin Clutha Waitaki Policing Area has decreased by 5% in the year to 30 June 2014 according to figures released today through Statistics New Zealand... More >>

86. Prevention Focus Results in Otago Rural Crime Reduction

01 October 2014 11:37am | New Zealand Police

A strong prevention focus from police in Otago Rural (the local authority areas of Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago) has achieved continued reductions in total crime for the year to 30 June 2014... More >>

87. Auckland City records further drop

01 October 2014 12:21pm | New Zealand Police

The downward trend in recorded crime continues in Auckland City with the latest fiscal year results showing a further five per cent reduction in total crime for the 2013/14 year. This is on top of the previous (2012/13) result of a 16.8 per cent drop in ..... More >>

88. Drop out at Waipiro Road Closed

01 October 2014 1:57pm | Gisborne District Council

A massive drop out on Waipiro Road affecting 100m of roadway at Taitai hill has occurred overnight. As a result contractors have closed the road this morning and begun stabilisation and repair work... More >>

89. Plan for weekend closures on Auckland's Northern Motorway

01 October 2014 3:08pm | NZTA

Plan for weekend closures on Auckland's Northern Motorway The NZ Transport Agency says two weekend closures later this month will have a big impact on people using the Greville Road interchange on Auckland's Northern motorway (State Highway 1). ..... More >>

90. Auckland On Water Boat Show 2014 hailed a huge success

01 October 2014 4:02pm | Auckland Boat Show

Feedback for the 16th Auckland On Water Boat Show (AOWBS), which ran from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 September 2014, has been overwhelmingly positive, with several significant sales made at the show... More >>

91. Trout on menu as hardy holidaymakers fish the new season

01 October 2014 5:03pm | Fish and Game New Zealand

Wind....what wind? Hundreds of keen anglers have braved a biting southerly to fish the Rotorua lakes on the first day of the new season (Wednesday Oct 1, 2014) .. More >>

92. Manu Pleads Guilty To Murdering ACC Officer

27 August 1999 9:50am | Selwyn Manning - Scoop Auckland

A man with a long history of violent mental illness has pleaded guilty to murdering west Auckland ACC worker, Janet Pike... More >>

93. Kids Sparkle at Manukau's Matariki Week Comps

05 August 2003 10:12am | Manukau City Council

Over 400 children, young people and parents from across Manukau came together at the Manukau Libraries Matariki Week Art & Writing Prizegiving... More >>

94. Waitakere City Council fines itself

14 March 2007 10:08am | Waitakere City

The Waitakere City Council did the right thing in prosecuting itself for not getting consents to move some houses, says the judge who heard the case in the Waitakere District Court. .. More >>

95. Record Environmental Fine

02 August 2008 4:30pm | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

A record fine has been handed down by the Environment Court in Napier today to the Crafar Group dairy operation, Taharua Farm, for breaching its resource consent. Taharua Farm has been fined $37,500 after Hawke's Bay Regional Council laid charges for the ..... More >>

96. Hauraki Cultural Festival

10 October 2008 10:18am | Waikato District Health Board

The annual Hauraki Cultural Festival marks its 35th anniversary on October 31 and November 1 with Manaia Marae and Te Kura O Manaia hosting it for the first time... More >>

97. Akaroa's Green Point becomes a reserve

20 October 2008 3:04pm | Christchurch City Council

An important moment in New Zealand's history took place last Thursday when Council adopted a recommendation that the land known as Greens Point in Akaroa will become a reserve... More >>

98. Fights between Mongrel mob and Black Power gangs

22 February 2009 12:55pm | New Zealand Police

Incident type: Fights between Mongrel mob and Black Power gangs Gisborne and Wairoa Police were kept busy tonight with confrontations between the Mongrel Mob and Black Power gangs... More >>

99. Operation Lion Rock - Incident At Piha

24 February 2010 3:01pm | New Zealand Police

Waitakere CIB investigators went to Piha this morning to carry out a scene examination after an incident in which two men received serious injuries. .. More >>

100. Arrest in Huntly homicide

29 January 2011 12:21pm | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police, investigating last week's murder of a South Auckland woman found burned to death on the side of a road west of Huntly, arrested a man in Hamilton overnight... More >>

 

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