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1. Porirua's canopies coming down

28 October 2014 8:05pm | Porirua City Council

The Council is talking to affected businesses this week about when the canopies are coming down. The canopies were erected almost 20 years ago and are now being removed for safety reasons. After receiving expert consultant advice the Council ..... More >>

2. Motueka suspect named

28 October 2014 4:20pm | New Zealand Police

Police have located the car used by a man who allegedly presented a firearm at a group of people in Thorpes Bush, Motueka today. .. More >>

3. Council CEO details options to prevent forced house sale

23 October 2014 2:02pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council CEO Stephen Town has today written to Penny Bright making it clear that the forced sale of her house because of her long-term overdue rates arrears was not the council's preferred course of action... More >>

4. Emergency services at helicopter crash near Whanganui

28 October 2014 11:22am | New Zealand Police

Police, Fire and Ambulance are at the scene of a helicopter crash north west of Whanganui. .. More >>

5. Pilot in fatal crash named

28 October 2014 4:10pm | New Zealand Police

Police are now able to confirm the identity of the pilot as 56 year old, Peter William Robb. .. More >>

6. City Council named among the best at engagement

24 October 2014 4:22pm | Wellington City Council

Two Wellington City Council teams were highly commended when the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) named the best in Australasia at its annual Core Values awards event in Sydney on Wednesday (22 October)... More >>

7. Shed fire at Avondale Islamic Centre - Update

27 October 2014 1:53pm | New Zealand Police

A scene examination carried out yesterday has lead Police to believe that the small fire located in a storage area, at the Avondale Islamic Centre did not start accidentally and that it is now being treated as suspicious... More >>

8. Check for Labour Day changes to rubbish collections

10 October 2012 4:17pm | Auckland Council

Media release 10 October 2012 Check for Labour Day changes to rubbish and r ecycling collections Auckland Council is reminding residents and businesses to check for changes to some kerbside rubbish, recycling and paper collection schedules after Labour Day. ..... More >>

9. Helicopter crash near Whanganui - Update

28 October 2014 1:18pm | New Zealand Police

Police, Fire and Ambulance remain at the scene of a helicopter crash which occurred this morning at around 9.30am north west of Whanganui. The male pilot of the helicopter has died at the scene and Police are providing support to the victim's family... More >>

10. Auckland urban design panel boosts reputation of Auckland

28 October 2014 2:10pm | Auckland Council

The success of Auckland Council's urban design panel and its influence on the internationally acclaimed design quality of many recent major developments in the city is celebrated in a stunning new book to be launched tonight (Tuesday, 28 October 2014). Established ..... More >>

11. Lisa Owen Interviews Tribal Huk Leader Jamie Pink

25 October 2014 1:07pm | The Nation

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

12. Buses to stop on airport grounds

24 October 2014 2:43pm | Horizons Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council buses to and from Feilding will travel via the Palmerston North Airport terminal from Monday 3 November, making it even easier for passengers to catch a plane... More >>

13. Chinese Consulate Meeting

25 October 2014 12:24pm | Southern Institute Of Technology

Southern Institute of Technology international students from China gathered at the SIT Hansel Hall on Friday for a seminar given to the students by members of the Chinese Consulate. Mr Charlie Lu and Mr Alex Jiang explained the services and support the ..... More >>

14. Auckland Transport board member steps down

28 October 2014 3:06pm | Auckland Transport

Board member Mike Williams acknowledged Founding Auckland Transport (AT) Board member Mike Williams was farewelled at today's monthly meeting. Mr Williams has been a director of AT since the organisation was formed in 2010. He has retired by rotation ..... More >>

15. More collaborative Roading professional services contract

23 October 2014 5:13pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Starting Saturday 1 November, Opus International Consultants Ltd (Opus) will deliver our Professional Services contract for a three year term, with the option of two further one year extensions of contract... More >>

16. Fatal crash - Dairy Flat Highway - Waitemata

25 October 2014 12:30pm | New Zealand Police

One person is deceased after a truck v car crash on Horseshoe Bush Rd & Dairy Flat Highway, Dairy Flat, shortly before 4.30pm today. Another person has been transported to North Shore Hospital with minor injuries... More >>

17. $19m Lopdell Precinct and new gallery unveiled

28 October 2014 10:57am | Waitakere Ranges Local Board

A civic opening ceremony and free family day featuring arts, music and film will celebrate completion of the $19million Lopdell Precinct redevelopment in Titirangi this Saturday (1 November)... More >>

18. Graduates in industry honoured

28 October 2014 11:16am | Gisborne District Council

Mayor Meng Foon is excited to welcome this year's successful graduates to the Mayor's Taskforce for Jobs industry training graduation this Thursday 30 October. .. More >>

19. Mamaku farming company fined for effluent discharge

28 October 2014 11:40am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

A Mamaku dairy farming company has been fined a total of $49,875 in Tauranga District Court for two offences of discharging effluent to land where it could enter a watercourse, and one offence of breaching an abatement notice... More >>

20. 1080-baited pellets no risk to Rolleston residents

23 October 2014 12:00pm | Pest Control Research

The business behind the plan to manufacture possum bait pellets containing the pesticide 1080 at Rolleston's Izone industrial park says there is no risk to people's health or the environment in the proposal... More >>

21. Helicopter crash near Whanganui - Update

28 October 2014 1:17pm | New Zealand Police

Police, Fire and Ambulance remain at the scene of a helicopter crash which occurred this morning at around 9.30am north west of Whanganui. .. More >>

22. Friday Night Food Trucks come to Cathedral Square

28 October 2014 3:18pm | Christchurch City Council

Friday Night Food Trucks come to Cathedral Square Food Trucks offering a range of global cuisine options will be open for business in Cathedral Square as part of a five month Friday Night Food Truck trial. Operating from 4pm-10pm on Friday nights, ..... More >>

23. Fatal Crash in Tokoroa

26 October 2014 11:01am | New Zealand Police

A 75 year old Tokoroa woman died on Saturday afternoon in a car crash on State Highway One near Tokoroa. .. More >>

24. 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 >>

25. 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 >>

26. Parking changes take effect from Tuesday 28 October

24 October 2014 10:47am | Canterbury DHB

From Tuesday after labour weekend (28 October) parking is changing at Christchurch Hospital. Canterbury District Health Board chief executive officer, David Meates says parking changes are necessary as site works for the hospital's new Acute Services ..... More >>

27. New Auckland Council Navigation Bylaws Come into Effect

24 October 2014 2:33pm | NZ Marine

Safer Boating Week ends Friday, and with the start of Labour weekend here, there's no better time to check your boat is safe and prepared to get out on the water over summer. Coinciding with the Labour Weekend, new Auckland Council Navigation bylaws ..... More >>

28. 'Zooper' news for Highlanders fans

28 October 2014 10:15am | OUSA

The OUSA is thrilled to announce the 2015 Zooper Pass which will give students the chance to attend all five home games for The Highlanders' at the Forsyth Barr Stadium. .. More >>

29. Outstanding Kiwis Recognised At 2014 Excellence Awards

23 October 2014 1:55pm | Foundation For Youth Development

24 extraordinary young people received prestigious awards at the 2014 Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) Excellence Awards at Government House in Auckland last night. .. More >>

30. Council identifies preferred option for flood protection

24 October 2014 11:00am | Christchurch City Council

The Council has identified its preferred option to protect against regular flooding in the Flockton area. .. More >>

31. Girl Critically Injured After Being Hit by Motorcycle

27 October 2014 2:28pm | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

The Rotorua based BayTrust Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Lake Rotoma at around 8pm Sunday evening to attend an accident which saw a young girl struck by a motorcycle. .. More >>

32. Positive Family Outcomes From Affordable Housing Development

25 March 2014 2:51pm | New Zealand Housing Foundation

A 'hand up' approach to assist Kiwi families into new, affordable housing has proved a winning formula by delivering significant social and wellbeing benefits, according to research recently commissioned by the New Zealand Housing Foundation... More >>

33. 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 >>

34. Random Acts of Pancakes in Christchurch today

17 October 2014 10:01am | New Zealand Police

The Random Acts of Pancakes initiative hits Christchurch today, with the first random act scheduled to be at 7.30am and the last at 11am when the UCSA Tea Party starts! The project is being organised by Red Frogs, La Vida and the UCSA supported by the ..... More >>

35. Artists, celebrities use creativity to help keep kids safe

22 October 2014 4:59pm | Child Matters

Some household Kiwi names are getting their creative on in the name of protecting New Zealand children. And the public has the chance to do their bit by bidding on and buying the famous creations... More >>

36. Conservation Week in Kapiti

24 October 2014 11:03am | Department of Conservation

Conservation Week is 1-9 November 2014. This year's theme is "discover the world where you live". This is about encouraging New Zealanders to explore their 'local treasures' - the scenic reserves, tracks, campsites, forests, wetlands, and marine ..... More >>

37. Fatal Crash Wanganui

09 October 2011 4:18pm | New Zealand Police

The road is closed between Rapanui Rd and Blueskin Rd. A diversion is currently operating around the scene along State Highway 3 along Rapanui Rd to Watt Livingston. .. More >>

38. Arson at Karori Scout Hall

17 March 2013 3:58pm | New Zealand Police

Wellington Police are appealing for witnesses after a suspicious fire. Wellington Police are investigating following a suspicious fire at the Karori Scout Hall situated at Sunshine Avenue, Karori, Wellington. .. More >>

39. Burning Man Set to Light Up Armageddon Expo Opening

15 October 2013 4:07pm | Armageddon Expo

Opening night at Auckland Armageddon this year will see a seven metre tall 'Guy' burn to the ground to mark the start of New Zealand's largest fantasy and gaming expo on Friday 25 October at the ASB Showgrounds. .. More >>

40. 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 >>

41. Construction underway on Residential Rebuilds

06 October 2014 2:48pm | Corbel Construction

Christchurch-based construction company Corbel Construction (Corbel) has been contracted to undertake the first two multi-unit residential rebuild projects in central Christchurch; 'Wigram Courts', 22 Park Terrace, and the Chester Street Apartments, 165 Chester ..... More >>

42. Two Kiwi Icons Team up for Ultimate Tourism Partnership

24 October 2014 3:03pm | SKYCITY

SKYCITY Auckland has today announced a new partnership that will see renowned AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand take over the operation of the iconic Sky Tower's SkyJump and SkyWalk adventure tourism activities... More >>

43. Families who do crime together - expect to do time together

24 October 2014 3:50pm | New Zealand Police

Families that carry out crime together can expect to do time together is the message from Waikato Police after an investigation that spanned several months led to the recovery of a tractor worth over $120,000 yesterday... More >>

44. Mission, Marae celebrate first year of food bank partnership

24 October 2014 4:06pm | Auckland City Mission

For the past year the Papakura Marae, through its partnership with the Auckland City Mission, has been able to provide Papakura families in desperate need with nutritionally balanced food parcels. The Mission has also supported the marae with equipment, expertise ..... More >>

45. Committee Recommends Two Central City Transport Projects

25 October 2014 12:13pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council will meet on 13 November 2014 to consider the Council's Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee's recommendation to approve the scheme designs for two Central City transport projects. Shared paths will be ..... More >>

46. Male with sword arrested - Onehunga - Auckland City

27 October 2014 1:55pm | New Zealand Police

A 41 year old male has been arrested with the assistance of the Armed Offenders Squad, after an incident in Roosevelt Avenue, Onehunga. .. More >>

47. Plan for Auckland marathon lane closures on Harbour Bridge

28 October 2014 9:32am | NZTA

Plan for Auckland marathon lane closures on Harbour Bridge The two southbound box girder (clip-on) lanes on the Auckland Harbour Bridge will be closed this Sunday morning (2 November) for the annual Auckland marathon. The southbound Shelley Beach ..... More >>

48. Mayoral Delegation signs Key MoUs in Qingdao

28 October 2014 2:00pm | Dunedin City Council

Qingdao (Tuesday, 28 October 2014) - Dunedin now has an official city relationship with Chinese city Qingdao. .. More >>

49. Police seek driver in hit and run

28 October 2014 4:30pm | New Zealand Police

Christchurch Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the driver of a silver/grey saloon car involved in a hit and run of a pedestrian just before 7.45pm on Sunday 26 October 2014. The 38 year old mother of two-month old twins was ..... More >>

50. 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 >>

51. Yealands Havelock Quarry In Doubt

21 March 2011 9:25am | Friends of Pelorus Estuary

The unexpected roading development by PYG Ltd (owned by Peter Yealands) into an area near Havelock, that the Environment Court had insisted in a decision to remain free from roading, has found some favour with a community group previously opposed to ..... More >>

52. Christchurch Diwali celebrates new beginnings

14 October 2013 12:12pm | Singapore Airlines Diwali

India comes to Christchurch on 26 October with a celebration of Diwali that is bursting with traditional culture, 100 years of Indian cinema and a pyrotechnic fireworks display surprise inspired by one of the subcontinent's most famous icons. .. More >>

53. 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 >>

54. 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 >>

55. By-election for Shirley-Papanui Community Board member

05 June 2014 3:22pm | Christchurch City Council

Nominations are now open for candidates seeking a position representing the community on the Shirley-Papanui Community Board. The by-election will be held on Friday 29 August and is the result of the recent resignation of Shirley-Papanui Community ..... More >>

56. 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 >>

57. Walk or cycle Auckland's new road and tunnel

13 October 2014 12:08pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland's newest road is expected to take thousands of trucks a day off Panmure roads when it opens to traffic in early November. Auckland Transport will open the 1.5km Te Horeta Rd in Panmure to traffic on Sunday 2 November. The road goes through ..... More >>

58. Proposed WW1 National Memorial Forest for the Coromandel

15 October 2014 11:43am | Thames Coromandel District Council

A National WW1 Memorial Forest is being supported by Community Boards throughout the Coromandel. This week Mayor Glenn Leach has been at Community Board meetings to gauge support for the concept, which would be a series of forests, totalling approximately ..... More >>

59. Tauranga law firm leads the anti-child abuse charge

22 October 2014 3:03pm | Child Matters

Tauranga law firm Cooney Lees Morgan has again partnered with national child advocacy organisation Child Matters to participate in the fourth annual 'Buddy Day' - New Zealand's only child abuse prevention awareness day. .. More >>

60. Young Wellingtonians celebrated

22 October 2014 4:55pm | Pride Awards Trust

On Sunday 19 October the Pride Awards Trust hosted the fifth annual Pride Awards at Paramount Theatre in Wellington. The 2014 Pride Awards ceremony celebrated the achievements and contributions of twelve inspirational young people between the ages ..... More >>

61. Centenary of Dublin Street Bridge celebrations

23 October 2014 4:53pm | Wanganui District Council

Wanganui District Council and the Combined Rotary Clubs of Wanganui are gearing up for a public celebration of the centenary of the Dublin Street Bridge. .. More >>

62. Local provider appointed for newest Early Childhood Centre

24 October 2014 12:45pm | Tamaki Redevelopment Company

Tāmaki Redevelopment Company (TRC) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) are pleased to announce the appointment of local education provider Totara Seed Trust, to run the learning programme at the new Early Childhood Education (ECE) Centre at Glenbrae ..... More >>

63. Fatal Car Crash at Dairy Flat Highway, Dairy Flat

25 October 2014 12:29pm | New Zealand Police

Inspector Mark Fergus, Rodney Area Commander will do a brief interview with media at the scene of this afternoon's fatal crash at 7pm. .. More >>

64. Christ's College wins Vero Supreme Heritage Award

26 October 2014 12:18pm | Canterbury Heritage Awards

The winners of the 2014 Vero Canterbury Heritage Awards were announced at the newly rebuilt Knox Presbyterian Church on Thursday night (October 23). Christ's College Board of Governors won the Vero Supreme Award with their restored Harper and Julius ..... More >>

65. The Tannery seals up

28 October 2014 10:16am | The Tannery

The Tannery is pleased to announce completion of Stage 1 of the car park project that will see 230 car parks onsite and adjacent by June 2015. The paving and rationalisation of the customer vehicle area includes incorporating 5 bicycle stands and taxi and ..... More >>

66. Motorists drive well on Labour Weekend

28 October 2014 1:41pm | New Zealand Police

Northland Police were pleased to see most motorists driving well over Labour Weekend. There were 11 non-injury crashes in the weekend, but not fatal or serious injury crashes... More >>

67. Christchurch: The Way Forward

11 June 2012 11:48am | Hugh Pavletich

Why Local Government Minister David Carter must allow the people of Christchurch, with its communities, to belatedly get the recovery underway .. More >>

68. Papakura Train Station Ticket Office Reopens

19 November 2012 3:28pm | Auckland Transport

Early this morning a piece of Papakura rail history got a new lease of life when the old heritage building reopened. .. More >>

69. 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 >>

70. Council spends $360,000 on failed fireplace ban

25 August 2013 9:47am | Cameron Brewer

At least $360,000 has been spent on reports and staff time on Auckland Council's failed attempt to ban open domestic fireplaces from 2014. .. More >>

71. 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 >>

72. Euthanized animals in our community

14 November 2013 4:46pm | Regan Northwood

Over the past two years, 2,221 animals have been euthanized at Auckland Council Animal Management West, in Henderson. Many of these deaths are avoidable. .. More >>

73. Cameron Slater Defamation - Decision of Judge C S Blackie

03 December 2013 9:50am | Matthew Blomfield

Court documents on the case defamation case taken by Matthew Blomfield against Cameron Slater who runs the blog site Whale Oil Beef Hooked... More >>

74. GridAKL opening to fuel Auckland's high-tech economy

15 May 2014 9:17am | ATEED

Auckland's journey to become an innovation hub of the Asia-Pacific region and a high-tech economy took a big step forward today with the opening of GridAKL - Auckland Council's innovation precinct at Wynyard Quarter... More >>

75. 'Capturing the West'

15 May 2014 11:27am | West Auckland Historical Society

The West Auckland Historical Society has been involved in the 'Capturing the West' essay competition since 2003. It began to honour West Auckland historian JT Diamond and encourage more historical research in the West. Diamond's extensive writing ..... More >>

76. Cairns withdrawal ends Rotorua's mountain bike World Cup bid

02 July 2014 2:23pm | Rotorua District Council

Rotorua's bid to host the opening round of the 2015 UCI [Union Cycliste Internationale] Mountain Bike World Cup has been lost following the withdrawal of Australian city Cairns. Rotorua Provisional Organising Committee chairman, Deputy Mayor Dave Donaldson, ..... More >>

77. Overwhelming Support for Bayswater Marina Village

28 July 2014 2:10pm | Bayswater Marine Village

MEDIA RELEASE: BAYSWATER MARINA VILLAGE Sunday 27 July 2014, 10:30am Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Bayswater Marina Village .. More >>

78. 70th anniversary of New Zealand's first refugees

19 September 2014 3:25pm | Museum Of Wellington City and Sea

Museum of Wellington City & Sea stages a Celebration of Everything Polish this October to mark the 70th anniversary of the arrival of New Zealand's first refugees in November 1944. The 733 Polish children and their 102 guardians came to Wellington ..... More >>

79. 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 >>

80. All aboard Auckland's new ferry service

02 October 2014 12:12pm | Explore

A new Hauraki Gulf ferry service will give tourists and commuters greater choice and a unique travel experience when it launches on Auckland Harbour on Saturday. .. More >>

81. Northland Police arrest high risk offenders

16 October 2014 3:14pm | New Zealand Police

The operation began on Tuesday and started well with the arrest of a 33-year-old man in Tikipunga after a quick foot chase through several properties. .. More >>

82. Investigation into Kelston death

23 October 2014 3:16pm | New Zealand Police

Police investigating the death of a man in Kelston on Tuesday night are now able to release his name. .. More >>

83. Firearm brandished from car found to be a toy - Papatoetoe

24 October 2014 11:05am | New Zealand Police

Armed police supported by the Police helicopter raided a house in Trimmer Terrace Papatoetoe at about 7:45pm tonight after reports from a member of the public that a man had been seen waving a hand gun from a vehicle. The vehicle was traced to and ..... More >>

84. Welcome to the long weekend

24 October 2014 11:30am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Labour weekend is the traditional Coromandel welcome to the best time of the year for the best holiday destination in New Zealand and it kicks off with style! .. More >>

85. AgriBusiness farm environment plan template approved

24 October 2014 3:37pm | Enviroment Canterbury

Environment Canterbury has announced its approval of another farm environment plan template under the proposed Land & Water Regional Plan. .. More >>

86. Scientific developments, dogged investigative work credited

24 October 2014 3:54pm | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police credit scientific developments and dogged investigative work for arrest in historic Coromandel child sex case .. More >>

87. Updates from Fletcher EQR

24 October 2014 4:28pm | Fletcher Construction

A Picture of Happiness One of Christchurch's top artists has brought joy for a special-needs girl who was traumatised by the damage the earthquakes did to her St Martins home. Joanne Webber has painted a vibrant mural on Brooke Onekawa's bedroom ..... More >>

88. Aggravated Robbery of a Lower Hutt Dairy - Wellington

25 October 2014 12:27pm | New Zealand Police

Hutt Valley Police continue to search for the offender who robbed a Waterloo Road dairy at knife point around 4.45pm today. .. More >>

89. Missing person - Blenheim - Tasman

27 October 2014 1:50pm | New Zealand Police

Mr FAIRHALLS body was located in a rural area south of Blenheim this morning. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance in the information leading to finding Mr FAIRHALL... More >>

90. Heavy Traffic Flows - SH 1 Desert Rd

27 October 2014 1:51pm | New Zealand Police

Police have been advised that traffic southbound on the State Highway 1, the Desert Rd is very heavy. .. More >>

91. International Expert Talks the Walk

28 October 2014 2:03pm | Palmerston North City Council

Walking may seem pretty pedestrian, but international walking expert Daniel Sauter is coming to Palmerston North to take residents on a stroll through the world aimed at inspiring us all to take up the habit. A public talk focussing on the world's ..... More >>

92. Reminder notices to help motorists avoid fines

28 October 2014 3:50pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council's parking compliance team will, from next month, be issuing much more pleasant surprises than fines. .. More >>

93. Aerobics comes to Allan Brewster Recreation Centre

25 June 2003 2:18pm | Manukau City Council

Some of the world's best fitness classes are coming to Papatoetoe. Manukau City Council is introducing Les Mills aerobics to the Allan Brewster Recreation Centre from 1 July (next Tuesday)... More >>

94. Progress at Tui Glen

12 August 2004 11:37am | Waitakere City

Work is about to begin at the Tui Glen Recreation Reserve on the banks of the Opanuku Stream, implementing a Concept Plan adopted by the Council in 2003... More >>

95. $0.39m for community irrigation and water storage

25 August 2008 4:22pm | Ministry Of Agriculture And Forestry

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) today announced seven successful grant recipients under its first funding round of the Community Irrigation Fund (CIF) which provides support to promoters of community irrigation and water storage schemes... More >>

96. Minty Escapes Again.

11 August 2009 5:17pm | New Zealand Police

Minty has escaped again from the Willowbank Park near Christchurch. He is described as a 'little brown monkey' and the park would like him back. He has been on the loose for four days... More >>

97. New Research Shows Lower Threat From Wgtn Fault

18 September 2009 11:11am | Joint Media Statement

The major fault running through Wellington City is about 50 per cent less likely to rupture in the next 100 years than previously thought, according to research carried out under the 'It's Our Fault' project. Project Leader Russ Van Dissen, of ..... More >>

98. Port of Tauranga consent hearing to begin

05 March 2010 3:37pm | Port of Tauranga Limited

The hearing for a Port of Tauranga resource management consent application to dredge existing shipping channels in Tauranga Harbour begins in Tauranga on Monday 8 March. .. More >>

99. 89 Dead Kiwi - 1080 Clearly Not Working

04 October 2011 2:09pm | The Graf Boys

It has been revealed through an OIA request that tagged kiwi have been dying in large numbers in one of our most heavily 1080 treated forests. Aerial 1080 drops first began in the Tongariro Forest in 1976 and have been followed with subsequent drops ..... More >>

100. Sargam Foods Arson 2008 - Further Arrest

03 November 2011 9:53am | New Zealand Police

Waitakere Police have made a third arrest in relation to a major fire at Sargam Foods Premises in Bruce McLaren Road, Henderson in November 2008. .. More >>


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