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1. Horrific attacks result in dangerous dogs being euthanised

29 August 2014 3:17pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Three dogs involved in a horrific attack on a family pet in Whangamata last week have now been euthanised by vets. .. More >>

2. Fined farmer attempted to 'influence' council inspectors

29 August 2014 3:39pm | Waikato Regional Council

A Morrinsville farming company has received three convictions and been fined $48,750 for unlawfully discharging dairy effluent into the environment. During the course of the Waikato Regional Council inspections that led to the prosecution, Bilkar Singh, ..... More >>

3. Unitary Plan hearings begin

26 August 2014 1:27pm | Auckland Council

The next milestone in developing Auckland's first Unitary Plan is the start of the hearings process on 2 September. .. More >>

4. Lyttelton Port fatality

29 August 2014 9:44am | New Zealand Police

At about 3.23pm today [28/8] police were advised of an incident at the Gladstone Pier in the port of Lyttelton where a large scissor lift has tipped over. The sole occupant on the lift has fallen to the ground... More >>

5. Home detention for Greymouth sign writer

25 October 2013 7:48pm | Department Of Internal Affairs

A 40-year-old Greymouth man has been sentenced today to six months home detention after being found guilty of possessing child sexual abuse pictures. .. More >>

6. Triple celebration for Lyttelton Tunnel

29 July 2014 2:10pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

28 July 2014 | NZ Transport Agency - Southern Region Triple celebration for Lyttelton Tunnel Lyttelton Tunnel will next month celebrate its 50th birthday, the opening of the new tunnel control building and national recognition for its engineering heritage ..... More >>

7. Why Gisborne would need a 'local share' of royalties

28 August 2014 1:42pm | Local Government NZ

Every year the Government receives hundreds of millions of dollars in royalty payments for oil, gas, coal and mineral extraction in New Zealand. .. More >>

8. Manawatu, Truck Crash

28 August 2014 4:12pm | New Zealand Police

Police and other services are at a crash in which a truck has rolled and gone down a bank. .. More >>

9. SHAs to boost Wellington housing supply

28 August 2014 4:29pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council yesterday approved eight special housing areas (SHAs) and qualifying development criteria under the Wellington Housing Accord. .. More >>

10. How is Your Property Affected by the District Plan?

27 August 2014 3:47pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch property owners can now check how their property will be affected by the Christchurch City Council's new Proposed Replacement District Plan. The Council today notified the stage one chapters of its Proposed Replacement District Plan. ..... More >>

11. Lyttelton Tunnel party this Sunday morning, 31 August

26 August 2014 3:04pm | Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team

Lyttelton Tunnel party this Sunday morning, 31 August, 9.30 am to 12.30 pm .. More >>

12. Results in for Shirley-Papanui by-election

29 August 2014 3:31pm | Christchurch City Council

Progress results show Jo Byrne is the highest-polling candidate in the Shirley-Papanui Community Board by-election. .. More >>

13. Lack of information on Port of Tauranga death is concerning

27 August 2014 3:44pm | Maritime Union of New Zealand

The Maritime Union says it is extremely concerned about the lack of public information about a Tauranga port worker who died last week. .. More >>

14. Brighten up your life at Auckland Diwali Festival

28 August 2014 10:51am | Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development

Aucklanders can look forward to an enlightening experience at this year's Auckland Diwali Festival on 11-12 October as the event known as the 'festival of lights' delves deep into the sights, sounds, tastes and traditions of India... More >>

15. Mayor's proposal points to new costs for Auckland ratepayers

28 August 2014 12:12pm | Cameron Brewer

"It's encouraging that Auckland Mayor Len Brown is forecasting future debt down and is committed to containing rates increases, but Aucklanders need to keep an eye on future money grabs such as ongoing regulatory fee increases, targeted rates, and ..... More >>

16. First people trafficking charges

28 August 2014 3:10pm | Immigration NZ

The first people trafficking charges in New Zealand have been brought by Immigration New Zealand (INZ). .. More >>

17. Key decisions from today's Council meeting 28/8/14

28 August 2014 5:28pm | Christchurch City Council

Council supports food forests The Council enthusiastically endorsed and supported moves to encourage the public to plant food forests and other edibles throughout Christchurch. Councillors agreed to identify public land suitable for plantings, ..... More >>

18. 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 >>

19. 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 >>

20. Albany Highway North upgrade to start in October

28 August 2014 1:32pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport has announced an expected October start date for its long-awaited upgrade of Albany Highway North. .. More >>

21. WorkSafe NZ to meet Lyttelton Port management

29 August 2014 2:42pm | WorkSafe NZ

WorkSafe New Zealand has requested an urgent meeting with the management of the Lyttelton Port of Christchurch following the latest workplace death at the port. .. More >>

22. Moves to remove wrecked cutter from Whale Island

27 August 2014 4:28pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is working to remove the wrecked pilothouse cutter Checkmate from Motuhoura (Whale Island) near Whakatane where it grounded on Friday. .. More >>

23. Regional council opts to stick with first past the post

28 August 2014 3:23pm | Waikato Regional Council

Waikato regional councillors have opted to stick with the first past the post voting system for the 2016 triennial election. Other options before today's council meeting included a change to single transferable voting (STV), a poll of electors views and ..... More >>

24. New regional pest management plan now operative

28 August 2014 5:20pm | Waikato Regional Council

Waikato Regional Council's new regional pest management plan has today been put into operation on the casting vote of the chairperson Paula Southgate. .. More >>

25. Council's commercial commitment goes live

28 August 2014 5:30pm | Upper Hutt City Council

Upper Hutt City Council has launched an online commercial portal to support growth and success in its commercial sector. .. More >>

26. Rubbish and recycling route change takes out another award

29 August 2014 12:32pm | Palmerston North City Council

Palmerston North City Council has scored another award for smart thinking that's harnessed GIS technology to improve the city's rubbish and recycling system. .. More >>

27. The future of the Rangitāiki River

29 August 2014 1:37pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

The public are invited to have their say on their vision for the future of the Rangitāiki River. The Rangitāiki River Forum is now seeking feedback on the draft Rangitāiki River Document, "Te Ara ō Rangitāiki - Pathways of the Rangitāiki"... More >>

28. A 'modest' start to Hawke's Bay whitebait season

29 August 2014 12:13pm | Hawke's Bay Regional Council

Hawke's Bay rivers are in excellent condition for whitebaiting, with plenty of keen anglers out trying to net a meal of the slippery delicacy. .. More >>

29. Two men arrested in relation to avocado orchard burglaries

29 August 2014 4:45pm | New Zealand Police

Police have found about 400 stolen avocados at a Whangarei address following a search warrant this morning. .. More >>

30. Christchurch bar loses licence to operate pokies

25 August 2014 4:07pm | Department Of Internal Affairs

The Gambling Commission has upheld the cancellation of a Christchurch pub's licence to operate pokies and confirmed that local woman Sonya McIntyre cannot supervise their pokie machine gambling. .. More >>

31. Dunedin Arts and Culture Strategy will be launched tomorrow

28 August 2014 9:55am | Dunedin City Council

Designed to help promote and focus discussion around the place of arts and culture in Dunedin, the draft has been developed by the DCC in partnership with arts and culture collective Transforming Dunedin. It has also drawn on community feedback ..... More >>

32. Chance to bid for a visit to meet Alice at Waterview

28 August 2014 2:10pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

28 August 2014 | NZ Transport Agency - Auckland Chance to bid for a visit to meet Alice at Waterview Alice, the huge boring machine constructing Auckland's Waterview motorway tunnels, is taking on a new role and using her mechanical muscle to help ..... More >>

33. Wellington, Your Secret Ubers Are Here!

28 August 2014 3:31pm | AJ Tills

They say you can't beat Wellington (on a good day). Well, today's a good day! .. More >>

34. Lyttelton Workplace accident

28 August 2014 4:22pm | New Zealand Government

Emergency services are currently attending a workplace accident at Gladstone Pier Lyttelton where a scissor lift has toppled over. .. More >>

35. Staff and students disgusted by theft of native plants

29 August 2014 2:52pm | Auckland Council

Community programme staff and students are disgusted by the theft of 920 native plants grown by Orewa College students as part of their Trees for Survival Trust programme. The plants were to be planted by the students on Monday to help improve ..... More >>

36. Aggravated robbery of Whangarei dairy

25 August 2014 3:44pm | New Zealand Police

About 1.50pm three men, with their faces disguised, entered Ye Corner Dairy on Crawford Crescent, Kamo. .. More >>

37. Home to Be Auctioned to Help Raise Money for Make-a-Wish

27 August 2014 2:41pm | The PR Shop

The Rodney franchise holder for G.J. Gardner Homes is proud to officially open the doors to its new Rodney-based property that has been specially built to raise money for the charity, Make-A-Wish... More >>

38. Comments on Two City Transport Projects Needed by 8.9.14

28 August 2014 3:12pm | Christchurch City Council

Residents, property owners, organisations and businesspeople have only 10 days left to provide feedback on two key Central City transport projects >; Hospital Corner early works and Hagley / Moorhouse Corner... More >>

39. Lyttelton port fatality deceased named

28 November 2013 1:54pm | New Zealand Police

Police have released the name of the man killed in an industrial incident at Lyttelton yesterday [Wednesday 27 November]. .. More >>

40. Truck Bling to Shine in Christchurch

27 August 2014 11:59am | NZ Trucking Association

The wheels will be rolling from all over NZ to converge in Christchurch for the Tyre General GT Radial Trucking 2014. .. More >>

41. Nelson Students Launch The Daffodil Ring

28 August 2014 10:02am | Cunningham Communications

A group of Nelson College for Girls business studies students named Vivacity have collaborated with jeweller, Benjamin Black Goldsmiths, to create The Daffodil Ring , with the aim of raising awareness and funds for The Cancer Society of New Zealand ..... More >>

42. Mayor proposes $16.6bn of investment for Auckland

28 August 2014 11:35am | Auckland Council

Auckland Mayor Len Brown today presented his proposal for Auckland's next ten-year budget - the Long-term Plan (LTP) 2015-2025. .. More >>

43. Air Quality Review reaches a new milestone

28 August 2014 3:18pm | Environment Southland

Environment Southland councillors agreed to notify proposed changes to the Regional Air Quality Plan for Southland at a meeting last week. The Plan includes new rules to address air quality issues associated with home heating, outdoor burning, and ..... More >>

44. US Marine Hall Future - Attracting Plenty of Comment

28 August 2014 3:21pm | Porirua City Council

Consultation around the future of the US Marine Hall in Titahi Bay is attracting plenty of community feedback. .. More >>

45. Council adopts new permanent alcohol bans for city

28 August 2014 4:18pm | Christchurch City Council

The Alcohol Restrictions in Public Places Amendment Bylaw 2014 was adopted today and comes into effect on 8 September 2014. It makes the following alcohol bans permanent: .. More >>

46. Charity plans Wainuiomata retirement village

29 August 2014 1:02pm | Masonic Villages

The Masonic Villages Trust, a Lower Hutt-based charity, is planning a $30 million retirement village on former reserve land in the heart of Wainuiomata. Current plans are for it to include a 48-bed rest home and hospital as well as 72 villas... More >>

47. West Coast tax offender sentenced

29 August 2014 2:21pm | Inland Revenue Department

New Zealand taxpayers are to get their money back after a West Coast man was sentenced to seven months home detention and ordered to repay the tax he stole. Inland Revenue Group Manager for Investigations and Advice, Patrick Goggin said Trent Michael Francis ..... More >>

48. 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 >>

49. Strong Support for Income Splitting - Poll

11 September 2013 11:27am | Family First

An independent poll has found strong support for income splitting, despite the bill proposing it being put on the 'back shelf' by politicians. Half of respondents also believe it is better for pre-school children to be cared for at home. .. More >>

50. New DCC Chief Executive Announced

18 November 2013 5:27pm | Dunedin City Council

Dunedin City Council senior manager Dr Sue Bidrose is the DCC's new Chief Executive. Dr Bidrose, currently DCC General Manager Services and Development, will take up the position on Saturday, 23 November... More >>

51. Auckland Council debt weighs heavily on city plan

08 April 2014 2:00pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council debt will reach $12,000 per ratepayer by 2021/2022 or $5378 per capita if the present trend continues, the Employers and Manufacturers Association advised the Council hearings on its draft Annual Plan today... More >>

52. Man charged with indecent assault - Hamilton

16 August 2014 2:03pm | New Zealand Police

A 61 year old Hamilton man has been arrested today and charged with sexual offending against boys over three decades. .. More >>

53. Hamilton Gardens Receives International Recognition

27 August 2014 12:16pm | Hamilton City Council

Hamilton Gardens has been recognised as an important international tourism attraction. The Gardens has been nominated for International Garden of the Year by the World Garden Tourism Council. Previous winners have included the Singapore Botanic Garden ..... More >>

54. Canterbury's dairy compliance: focus on improvement

27 August 2014 2:48pm | Environment Canterbury

Canterbury's dairy farm consent compliance results for the latest season (2013-14) show no prosecutions were needed while the overall rates of compliance were similar to the previous season. The summary of results is being released to support the annual ..... More >>

55. Work to start on new look for Cenotaph plaza

28 August 2014 10:55am | Wellington City Council

Work on refurbishing the Cenotaph plaza in central Wellington is set to start next Monday (1 September). .. More >>

56. More Building Supplies Uncovered - Operation Supernova

28 August 2014 10:58am | New Zealand Police

After thousands of dollars worth of stolen building supplies was recovered during a search warrant on Tuesday, Counties Manukau Police report that in a continuation of Operation Supernova, another search at different address has revealed even more ..... More >>

57. Possums, rooks, old man's beard or something else?

29 August 2014 5:26pm | Horizons Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council is asking for community feedback about pest control in the Region to help guide decisions for a new Pest Management Plan. .. More >>

58. Drowning Fatality at Bethells Beach

22 April 2011 1:31pm | Surf Life Saving New Zealand

A rock fisher has drowned this morning after being washed off rocks at Auckland's Bethells Beach - the man, approximately in his 50's was not wearing a lifejacket. .. More >>

59. Lyttelton Tunnel to celebrate 50th anniversary

17 May 2013 2:58pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

Planning is underway to celebrate next year's 50th anniversary of the opening of the Christchurch-Lyttelton Road Tunnel. Opened on 27 February 1964, more than 110 years after it was first mooted, the tunnel was hailed by the community as the new ..... More >>

60. Church Statement on Temple View Development

19 August 2013 11:41am | The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints closed the Church College of New Zealand (CCNZ) in 2009. The Church's original desire to demolish many of the school buildings, followed by repurposing the former campus for other uses, was amended ..... More >>

61. New Zealand to decide 'Gigatown' winner

28 October 2013 12:07pm | Chorus

The race is on to determine which New Zealand town will win the fastest broadband speeds in the southern hemisphere in Chorus's Welcome to Gigatown competition. .. More >>

62. New café for Cornwall Park

06 November 2013 3:48pm | Cornwall Park Trust Board

A new café to be built in Cornwall Park will meet growing public demand for a more modern, convenient source of food and coffee in the park among the four million people who now use it every year... More >>

63. AECT Welcomes Electricity Authority Inquiry

07 March 2014 9:26am | Auckland Energy Consumer Trust

Auckland, 06 March 2014 - the Auckland Energy Consumer Trust (AECT), New Zealand's largest consumer trust and majority owner of infrastructure group Vector Limited, today called for greater transparency in communication with retail electricity customers, ..... More >>

64. Women Blossom At Camellia House

10 March 2014 12:38pm | Alexander Communications

Living proof of the term 'unsung hero' can be found in the suburbs of South Auckland, where women and their young children seek refuge from situations that force them from thier family homes... More >>

65. Hamilton's first premier food show to debut at Mystery Creek

26 March 2014 3:33pm | Mystery Creek

Hamilton Foodies need not wait any longer! We are pleased to announce that Hamilton's first premier food show will be making its debut on the 6th and 7th September at the versatile and popular Mystery Creek Events Centre. Our vibrant new culinary event ..... More >>

66. New Inland Port for Palmerston North

13 August 2014 12:05pm | Palmerston North City Council

The development of a new inland port and intermodal freight hub at Longburn will solidify Palmerston North as one of New Zealand's distribution hubs and significantly improve distribution opportunities for regional businesses. The inland port is essentially ..... More >>

67. Finalists named in University phone app challenge

20 August 2014 11:00am | University of Canterbury

An app to help children with their speech, another to store paper receipts on a cellphone and a third project to help people get out of bed on time have made it into the finals of the University of Canterbury's annual phone app competition. ..... More >>

68. Civic awards recognise lifetime of giving by volunteers

20 August 2014 4:29pm | Whangarei District Council

Five volunteers who have given to the community in a broad spectrum of areas over their lifetimes will be recognised by the District of Whangarei by Mayor Sheryl Mai, councillors and guests at a Civic Honours ceremony in the Council Chambers, Forum ..... More >>

69. Asian comics part of child sex abuse image collection

21 August 2014 2:12pm | Department Of Internal Affairs

A Hastings chef has been sentenced to ten months imprisonment today at the Hastings District court for possessing online child sex abuse images. .. More >>

70. Managing Auckland's animals - have your say

22 August 2014 11:24am | Auckland Council

Owners of chickens, bees, goats or other animals may be interested in having their say on Auckland Council's Proposed Animal Management Bylaw, now open for public feedback... More >>

71. Alleged fraud at Dunedin City Council

22 August 2014 1:54pm | Dunedin City Council

Dunedin (Friday, 22 August 2014) - An independent investigation into an alleged fraud at the Dunedin City Council has been completed and the matter has now been passed to the Police... More >>

72. Man dies after fall from Hokitika hotel balcony

24 August 2014 11:41pm | New Zealand Police

West Coast Police are investigating an incident at the Beach Front Hotel in Hokitika overnight in which a man fell about 16 metres from a third floor balcony and later died... More >>

73. Albion Square's progress showcased to public

25 August 2014 4:17pm | Christchurch City Council

Residents will have the chance to learn more about the work underway on Lyttelton's Albion Square at this weekend's open event. The Christchurch City Council is opening the square to the public for three hours on Saturday 30 August, giving people the ..... More >>

74. Pedestrian killed - Palmerston North

26 August 2014 9:13am | New Zealand Police

A woman was killed and her partner injured after a vehicle collided with them on a pedestrian crossing on Ferguson Street, Palmerston North yesterday evening. .. More >>

75. Big push for healthy, warm and dry homes

27 August 2014 1:36pm | Hutt City Council

Lower Hutt is leading the region in getting property owners to take up the Warm up New Zealand: Healthy Homes insulation programme. Recent figures released by EECA show 946 houses have been insulated using the subsidy... More >>

76. Future secure for regional tourism

28 August 2014 2:19pm | Nelson City Council

Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council today separately resolved to alter the shareholding in Nelson Tasman Tourism (NTT). .. More >>

77. Would-be burglars caught by North Shore Police

28 August 2014 3:44pm | New Zealand Police

At around 3.30am this morning a Police officer patrolling through Takapuna noticed a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of Lake Road. .. More >>

78. Police seek help identifying Hamilton car-jacking offenders

29 August 2014 12:49pm | New Zealand Police

Police seek public's help in identifying Hamilton car-jacking offenders Friday, 29 August 2014 - 12:08pm .. More >>

79. SCIRT traffic update - week starting 1 September, 2014

29 August 2014 4:53pm | Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team

Ferry Road will be one way (towards Sumner) for up to six hours Saturday 30 August, 6 am to midday, Rutherford St/ Palinurus Road to the Dyers/ Tunnel Road roundabout. Use Linwood Ave or the detour will be via Dyers Road and then Palinurus Road, back ..... More >>

80. Awards open to smart gardeners

13 August 2004 12:21am | Manukau City Council

If you make your compost, water your plants with rainwater or use mulch then you may be in the running for a Smart Gardening award... More >>

81. "Godfather" Of Country, Pat Dugan Recognised

03 April 2007 10:55am | Crown Limousines

The Godfather of Country Music, Pat Dugan had no idea he was to receive a presentation from Kiwi Country Club for his dedication to country music last night... More >>

82. Sustainability Celebrated At Waipori Centenary

17 November 2007 3:03pm | TrustPower

The importance of renewable energy and the need to develop more sustainable forms of electricity generation have been key issues discussed at the official opening of the Waipori Centenary celebrations... More >>

83. Manurewa: 16yr old youth charged with murder

27 January 2008 5:09pm | New Zealand Police

Press Release Counties-Manukau Police have arrested a 16 year old Manurewa youth and charged him with Murder. The arrest follows an enquiry into the attempted robbery of the Finlayson Superette in Finlayson Avenue, Manurewa in which a 22 year old shop ..... More >>

84. Emperor tamarins arrive at Wellington Zoo

22 February 2008 3:34pm | Wellington Zoo

Background "We are excited to have the only Emperor tamarins in New Zealand at Wellington Zoo," said Suzette... More >>

85. SH20 northbound to close overnight 19 October

16 October 2008 3:14pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

The NZ Transport Agency advises that the Southwestern Motorway (SH20) heading towards Auckland City will be closed overnight on Sunday 19 October between Neilson Street off-ramp and Queenstown Road for lane marking. .. More >>

86. Ranui unveils new community-designed sculpture

20 May 2009 10:54am | Atlas Communications

A new sculpture referencing the strong link between the Maori, Croatian and Pacific Island communities in Ranui and Massey - will be unveiled at a local park on May 27... More >>

87. Opportunities in Timaru for midwife training

07 July 2009 3:31pm | Aoraki Polytechnic

There are exciting opportunities for Timaru-based training of midwives and the entire three-year midwife degree course on offer through Christchurch Polytechnic can be completed by students based in Timaru, Aoraki Polytechnic's Certificate in Tertiary ..... More >>

88. Open Day at rehabilitated Wangaloa coal mine

13 September 2010 4:25pm | Solid Energy NZ

The public is invited to an Open Day at the former Wangaloa opencast coal mine near Balclutha, on Sunday, 26 September 1pm to view work being done to create an ecological and recreational park... More >>

89. Hindu community joins relief efforts

27 February 2011 2:23pm | Hindu Council of New Zealand

The continuing series of earthquakes in Christchurch has now taken a big toll on life and property. The earthquake that struck Christchurch on 22nd February has left all New Zealanders sombre. Our thoughts and sympathies are with the victims of this ..... More >>

90. Victoria Park Tunnel dangerous goods rating an NZ first

31 October 2011 2:10pm | News A Plenty

The partial opening of the new Victoria Park Tunnel in Auckland (29 October) has opened the door on a new era of sophistication for the fire-safety industry in New Zealand. Innovative systems from a specialist Auckland company have provided the ..... More >>

91. Transmission Gully Proposal approved

22 June 2012 11:55am | Environmental Protection Authority

The Environmental Protection Authority has today issued the Transmission Gully independent Board of Inquiry's final decision granting the New Zealand Transport Agency, Porirua City Council and Transpower New Zealand Limited's resource consents and confirming ..... More >>

92. Death of David Cunningham

18 December 2012 3:16pm | New Zealand Police

David Cunningham died on 27 August 2012 at a property in Ramarama where he was unknown to the occupants. He was located on the property at approximately 0130 in the morning and died after an altercation with a person who lived on the property who confronted ..... More >>

93. Lower Your Shower Flow-Rate And Save Bucket Loads

15 February 2013 11:32am | Upper Hutt City Council

UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 14 FEB 2013-How low is your flow? A simple measuring exercise you can do at home will tell you whether you could save money by installing a more efficient showerhead. Upper Hutt City Council is providing residents with ..... More >>

94. Landmark Auckland Council, PSA agreement inked

23 April 2013 10:05am | Auckland Council

The Public Service Association and Auckland Council last week accepted a new collective agreement for council employees, which builds on the collaborative approach the two groups have established in working together. .. More >>

95. Govt Approves Toxic Mining Interests On DOC/Private Land

14 June 2013 9:34am | Joint Press Release

Yesterday's Government announcement of mineral exploration permits across Northland (1) betrays public trust, exposes vested interests and has wasted public money, says Te Wakameninga o ngā hapū Ngāpuhi and Far North's Forest and Bird... More >>

96. Manurewa Town Centre a Hive of Activity

16 August 2013 9:10am | Manurewa Local Board

The Manurewa Local Board and Manurewa Business Association are welcoming new statistics which say that retail spending has increased by 16.6% over the past 12 months. .. More >>

97. Taranaki checkout operators closer to Checker of theYear

05 September 2013 10:21am | Foodstuffs Limited

Last night, Taranaki's Foodstuffs checkout operators tested their skills against each other onstage at the Grease-themed Checker of the Year competition at the Quality Hotel Plymouth, with the hope of taking out the lower North Island title of Customer ..... More >>

98. National finalists revealed in NZ building competition

05 September 2013 4:05pm | Registered Master Builders House of the Year

One hundred homes built by 87 New Zealand builders have been announced as Gold Reserve National Finalists in the Registered Master Builders 2013 House of the Year. .. More >>

99. SFO concludes investigation into Taupo District Council

11 September 2013 2:56pm | Serious Fraud Office

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has completed and closed an investigation into the Taupo District Council and referred the matter to the Office of the Auditor General. .. More >>

100. 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 >>


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