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1. International wine enthusiasts coming to Queenstown

18 December 2014 4:01pm | Southern PR

One of the world's premier wine events returns to Queenstown next year, bringing together international wine enthusiasts from across the globe for a special celebration of Central Otago Pinot Noir... More >>

2. Scarves will fly in solidarity for Auckland Muslim community

18 December 2014 5:03pm | Splice Group

Aucklanders will come together tomorrow in support of Muslim women, following the siege held in Sydney by an alleged Islamic extremist. 'Flying Scarves', encourages women to don a headscarf for the day, demonstrating that the actions of a few will ..... More >>

3. Search continues for missing Tramper in Tararua Forest

19 December 2014 9:42am | New Zealand Police

Levin Police are continuing to search for David Schopf, an Austrian national who was separated from his tramping party between Waitewaewae Hut and Parawai Lodge, Otaki Forks, on Wednesday 17th December 2014... More >>

4. New weigh-in-motion site at Rakaia installed

12 December 2014 10:02am | New Zealand Transport Agency

Work is expected to be completed today (Friday 12 December) installing the South Island's second weigh-in-motion site, on State Highway 1 north of the Rakaia Bridge. .. More >>

5. LGNZ welcomes increased local roads funding

18 December 2014 5:33pm | Local Government NZ

Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) welcomes the Government Policy Statement on Land Transport (GPS 2015) released today, providing $38.7 billion in funding for local roads... More >>

6. Incident in supermarket carpark, Devonport

18 December 2014 2:52pm | New Zealand Police

Just after 12.30pm this afternoon emergency services were called to the carpark of New World supermarket in Clarence Street, Devonport. .. More >>

7. SKYCITY sets off New Year's Eve with fireworks spectacular

19 December 2014 2:05pm | Sky City

SKYCITY sets off New Year's Eve with fireworks spectacular and more Auckland is set to get the ultimate New Year's Eve experience at SKYCITY with fabulous fireworks and dazzling entertainment for celebrating in style. Two giant LED light panels will ..... More >>

8. Man arrested for alleged attempted kidnapping

18 December 2014 4:26pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police arrested a Christchurch man in relation to an alleged attempted kidnapping of a woman in New Brighton at approximately 8.30am this morning (18 December 2014)... More >>

9. Bigger, faster ferry en-route to Waiheke

19 December 2014 9:39am | Boyd PR

Explore Group launches its brand new fast ferry on the busy downtown Auckland to Waiheke route next week, boosting capacity for commuters and tourists by 1,200 people a day. .. More >>

10. Christmas release a Owl-ing success say Hamilton Police

19 December 2014 1:42pm | New Zealand Police

Police and wildlife rescue staff say though he's a bit overweight with Christmas cheer, a rare native bird rescued in a storm last month is well enough to fend for himself following his release in Hamilton today... More >>

11. Missing Tramper - update #2

19 December 2014 4:42pm | New Zealand Police

Horowhenua Search and Rescue have found some promising signs in the search for missing tramper, David Schopf who was last seen in the Ötaki Forks area on Wednesday 17th December 2014... More >>

12. Council to resubmit case for Capital Connection

16 December 2014 5:01pm | Horizons Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council has been asked to resubmit a business case to retain the Capital Connection rail service following a meeting with Transport Minister Simon Bridges and Otaki MP Nathan Guy... More >>

13. Cat hoarding habit results in 10 year disqualification

19 December 2014 10:53am | SPCA

An Auckland woman has been sentenced today in the Auckland District court following a case involving 50 cats living in disgusting conditions, with 22 of these cats in need of veterinary treatment. .. More >>

14. Taking care of your hot dog

19 December 2014 2:20pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

If you have a dog please remember that there are dog restriction times on beaches over summer. .. More >>

15. Contract awarded for the SH20A to Airport project

19 December 2014 11:22am | NZTA

The New Zealand Transport Agency's commitment to getting Auckland moving was reinforced yesterday (18 December) as contracts were signed with the MHX Kirkbride Alliance to deliver the SH20A to Airport project. The contract signing marked a significant ..... More >>

16. Award for community engagement

18 December 2014 10:47am | Auckland Transport

A project that has made major transport improvements in Panmure has been recognised for excellence in community engagement. .. More >>

17. Three Timaru men arrested following serious assault in Chch

18 December 2014 5:01pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police have arrested three men from Timaru in relation to a serious assault on a man in Christchurch on 4 December 2014. .. More >>

18. Update on child struck by car in New Lynn

18 December 2014 5:21pm | New Zealand Police

The child injured in this morning's incident on Titirangi Road remains in a critical but stable condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital. The child was initially thought to have been 6 years old however enquiries since this morning's release of the early ..... More >>

19. A Resolution for Beau rejected by KCDC

19 December 2014 9:53am | Jackie Elliott

Two hours prior to the vocal protest at KCDC against the destruction of Beau, I presented a new resolution to the CE, Mayor, councillors and staff, says Councillor Jackie Elliott. Beau's behaviour had not been assessed for over 18 months. Since then, ..... More >>

20. Police to conduct full SAR search for missing man in Chch

19 December 2014 2:22pm | New Zealand Police

This weekend Canterbury Police Search and Rescue (SAR) and Specialist Search teams will conduct a thorough search of the Linwood area where 33 year old Hayden COSSEY was last seen, on Friday 5 December 2014... More >>

21. Motutapu Restoration Trust appointment

19 December 2014 10:10am | Motutapu Restoration Trust

Motutapu Restoration Trust has appointed experienced conservationist Liz Brooks as Administrator for the Trust. Ms Brooks will support the Trust's goal to restore the natural and cultural landscapes of Motutapu, New Zealand's largest ecological ..... More >>

22. Reverend who refused help is jailed for tax evasion

18 December 2014 9:10am | Inland Revenue Department

An Auckland Reverend who deliberately ignored offers of help from Inland Revenue has been jailed after evading more than one million dollars of tax. .. More >>

23. Te Arawa partnership decision historic and pragmatic

19 December 2014 10:47am | Rotorua Lakes Council

A decision by Rotorua Lakes Council to support in principle an iwi partnership model that would include two Te Arawa representatives on its key standing committees, is both an historic commitment to a genuine partnership with iwi, and a pragmatic acknowledgment ..... More >>

24. 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 >>

25. Hamilton Gardens' Chickens Put to Work

18 December 2014 10:09am | Hamilton City Council

Eggs laid by Hamilton Gardens' two resident chickens are being used for an exclusive range of products launched in the new Gardens' shop. The newly refurbished store now sells products inspired by the Gardens - with lemon curd blended with eggs ..... More >>

26. Counties Manukau Police investigate fleeing driver

22 June 2012 2:57pm | New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police are actively investigating a fleeing driver incident that happened today between 10.30am and 10.56am. .. More >>

27. Attempt Underway To Eradicate Major Butterfly Pest

13 December 2012 10:06am | Department of Conservation

13 December 2012 Attempt Underway To Eradicate Major Butterfly Pest A multi-agency attempt is being made to eradicate the great white butterfly in Nelson city in a bid to clear New Zealand of the introduced pest which poses a major economic and ..... More >>

28. 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 >>

29. 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 >>

30. 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 >>

31. Santa's Wonderland to delight kids in Hastings

27 November 2014 2:15pm | Hastings City Business Association

From December 1st until Christmas Eve the centre of Hastings will become home to the Cranford Hospice Santa's Wonderland - a Christmas extravaganza to delight the children of Hastings. .. More >>

32. Trial-consenting process gets the tick

09 December 2014 11:28am | Armitage Williams Construction

Armitage Williams Construction's latest project - the PwC Centre has this week received building consent in 10-days thanks to a new Christchurch City Council consenting process... More >>

33. Free insulation for 100 Rotorua rental properties

18 December 2014 1:56pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Rotorua landlords are being urged to take up an offer of free insulation for their rental homes through the Government's Warm Up New Zealand: Healthy Homes programme. .. More >>

34. Alcohol and road policing prevention work in Canterbury

18 December 2014 3:10pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police will be running another alcohol focus on 19 December 2014 - a prevention activity to reduce harm caused by alcohol on the road, in public places and licensed premises. This activity is part of Operation Capricorn which runs throughout ..... More >>

35. Governing Body - summary of decisions

18 December 2014 4:58pm | Auckland Council

The Governing Body adopted the consultation document for the Long-term Plan 2015-2025 following a written letter and verbal report from Auditor-General Lyn Provost confirming the document provided an effective basis for public participation in the decision ..... More >>

36. Operation Vintage: Murder charges laid

18 December 2014 5:34pm | New Zealand Police

Police can now confirm that three people have been jointly charged for the murder of Matthew Stevens. A 27 year old male and a 27 year old female have had their charges upgraded from previous accessory charges. .. More >>

37. Toxic shellfish warning extended along coastline

19 December 2014 3:42pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Following ongoing shellfish toxin monitoring the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) warning has been extended. .. More >>

38. Forum for Tamaki Estuary communities

12 December 2002 9:49am | Auckland City Council

Auckland City Council's Works Committee was today pleased to endorse the primary goal of the Tamaki Estuary Pollution Steering Committee's draft action plan to protect and enhance the natural environment of the Tamaki Estuary... More >>

39. 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 >>

40. Sexes divided on what makes a real Kiwi man

08 November 2013 9:46am | Stubbies

The results of a recent survey reveal the majority of Kiwi blokes believe that standing up for their mates and having a man cave or tool shed are the attributes which best signify masculinity and manliness. Women on the other hand believe real men open ..... More >>

41. Auckland man convicted for bags of cash

16 September 2014 4:09pm | New Zealand Customs Service

A 59-year-old Auckland man was convicted, fined $800, and ordered to pay court costs in the Auckland District Court today for attempting to take Chinese Yuan (CNY) 700,000 (NZ$136,452) cash out of the country without declaring it. Customs also seized his ..... More >>

42. Auckland housing market bursting-bubble a risk for NZ

23 November 2014 9:22am | University of Canterbury

The effects of the Auckland housing market bursting-bubble a risk for the whole country .. More >>

43. 'Hundertwasser' bollards in Whangarei to be repainted

13 December 2014 10:58am | YES Whangarei

In a burst of 'artivism' in support of the proposed Hundertwasser Maori Wairau Art Centre in Whangarei someone has painted bollards at the town basin in bright Hunderwasser-inspired colours. The images, posted on the Whangarei Loves Hundertwasser Facebook page, quickly ..... More >>

44. Missing woman - Taipa, Northland - Northland

14 December 2014 10:13am | New Zealand Police

Northland Police are asking for help from the public to locate a woman who has been missing from the Taipa area since Friday afternoon. She is Leeann Ailini Scott, aged 46, and is described as a Maori, 176cm tall, solid build, and was last seen wearing ..... More >>

45. Kids' bike track wins top recreation award

15 December 2014 10:42am | Wellington City Council

Wellington's first mountain bike track for the city's children has won the New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA) award for an outstanding recreation project. .. More >>

46. Red light camera for Wellington motorway intersection

17 December 2014 1:00pm | New Zealand Police

Police, NZ Transport Agency and Wellington City Council are working together to reduce risk for road users by installing a high-tech red light camera at the intersection of Karo Drive and Victoria Street, on the State Highway 1 inner city bypass... More >>

47. Statement on Aratere fault

18 December 2014 9:21am | KiwiRail

Interislander ferry Aratere has encountered what is believed to be an electrical fault on her arrival into Wellington yesterday afternoon. The vessel was still fully operational, and berthed safely, and passengers disembarked... More >>

48. Cave Terrace, Redcliffs reopened

18 December 2014 10:57am | New Zealand Police

Cave Terrace has now reopened following a single vehicle crash on Cave Terrace in Redcliffs shortly before 8am this morning (18 December 2014). .. More >>

49. Canterbury Police speak to missing French tourist

18 December 2014 11:56am | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police have located Celine, the French tourist who was unaccounted for in Arthurs Pass, safe and well in Te Anau. A Police officer from Te Anau met up with Celine this morning and confirmed she was the same person that had left a note with ..... More >>

50. Non-fluoridated water supply in Hastings

18 December 2014 1:39pm | Hastings District Council

Hastings has its first purpose built, non-fluoridated drinking fountain/bottle filling station. The facility has been installed at the Eastbourne St bore at the intersection of Warren and Eastbourne Streets... More >>

51. Nest smugglers sent home

18 December 2014 1:58pm | Ministry For Primary Industries

Border officials have sent two foreign air passengers back to Shanghai after they tried to smuggle a large quantity of edible bird nests through Auckland airport. .. More >>

52. Te Awarua o Porirua Whaitua Committee appointed

18 December 2014 2:45pm | Greater Wellington Regional Council

A diverse and talented group of people have been chosen to help the Porirua community decide how it wants to care for and manage its rivers, harbours and coastal water into the future... More >>

53. New bridge takes shape - old one set to go

19 December 2014 10:08am | Wellington City Council

The first half of the wider new bridge being built over the railway line in Johnsonville will open to traffic from Monday 12 January following a two week operation to demolish the old one. The 1930s bridge is to be demolished between 27 December and 11 January ..... More >>

54. Say no to freshwater pests in Fiordland

19 December 2014 11:40am | Department of Conservation

DOC would like to remind park users of the importance of making sure they 'Check, Clean, Dry' when entering Fiordland National Park this summer to help prevent the spread of didymo and other freshwater pests. Didymo is a freshwater alga and its ..... More >>

55. Indecent Assault - Hamilton

19 December 2014 1:28pm | New Zealand Police

Hamilton Police say support from the public following widespread media coverage and enhanced forensic analysis techniques contributed towards the arrest of a man in relation to a high profile indecent assault in the City... More >>

56. Police warn about use of disturbingly realistic replica guns

19 December 2014 1:45pm | New Zealand Police

An 18 year-old man alleged to have been holding a replica gun sparked a full armed Police response on the North Shore this morning. .. More >>

57. Police hit and run driver sought

19 December 2014 2:01pm | New Zealand Police

Police are continuing their investigation into the hit and run of a Hawke's Bay police officer, who remains in a stable condition in Hawke's Bay Hospital. .. More >>

58. Council to relocate CBD staff for long-term financial gains

19 July 2012 4:58pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council has agreed to buy 135 Albert Street, known as the ASB headquarters, for $104 million with the aim of moving the majority of its central city staff into one location over the next year or two. .. More >>

59. A Lifetime of Whisky Loyalty Rewarded

09 September 2013 2:26pm | Alice Hansen

Cyril Yates committed over 20 years of his life to distilling whisky in New Zealand. And although promised a trip to New York for his dedication by Seagrams, the corporate giant never delivered... More >>

60. Major events funding confirmed for Auckland Pride Parade

28 July 2014 11:42am | Auckland Pride Festival

Wednesday 23 July Major events funding confirmed for Auckland Pride Parade for 2015/2016 The Auckland Pride Parade will feature in Auckland's major events calendar for the next two years, thanks to support from Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic ..... More >>

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

01 September 2014 9:57am | Hugh Pavletich

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

62. 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 >>

63. 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 >>

64. Aggravated robbery arrest

21 November 2014 3:49pm | New Zealand Police

Palmerston North Police have made an arrest in relation to an aggravated robbery where a man was viciously assaulted by four people in King Street on Saturday 15 November, 2014... More >>

65. 1080 Poison Dropped Directly into Waikato Streams

28 November 2014 10:38am | Clyde Graf

"Consents have been issued since 2000 that enable 1080 to be applied where it may enter waterways," Chris McClay, Waikato Regional Council's Director of Resource Use Group, confirmed in an email to Chair, Paula Southgate, on Tuesday... More >>

66. Mumbai Memories arrives at Cathedral Square

04 December 2014 11:28am | Mumbai Memories

Mumbai Memories arrives at the Cathedral Square food truck market, Friday 5 Dec, 4 - 9pm. .. More >>

67. Fatal crash - State Highway 1, Moerewa

11 December 2014 5:28pm | New Zealand Police

Police and other emergency services are in attendance at a car v car crash site on Statehighway 1 at the intersection with Taumatamakuku Settlement Rd just east of Moerewa. Statehighway 1 is blocked as a result... More >>

68. Police seek assistance into disappearance of Melanie Watson

15 December 2014 2:35pm | New Zealand Police

North Shore Police investigating the disappearance of a Birkdale woman are making a public appeal for information in relation to her whereabouts. 34 year-old Melanie Watson hasn't been in contact with her family for more than 3 weeks... More >>

69. Closures for Hemo section of cycle trail during upgrade work

15 December 2014 5:21pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Works began today (15 December) on the upgrade on the Hemo Gorge section of Rotorua's Te Ara Ahi cycle trail. .. More >>

70. Turning tower into a sustainability leader - waste of money

16 December 2014 11:32am | Cameron Brewer

"Auckland Council's purchase of the ASB Tower arguably made some economic sense long-term, but retrofitting this 1990s glass high-rise to become some kind of modern-day sustainability leader is completely unnecessary and unwarranted. In fact it's just ..... More >>

71. Fatal crash - Okaiawa

16 December 2014 4:34pm | New Zealand Police

One person is dead and another is in a serious condition after a four-vehicle collision on State Highway 45, Okaiawa at approximately 10:30am today. .. More >>

72. Auckland housing now very different from the rest of NZ

17 December 2014 1:46pm | Statistics New Zealand

Auckland's housing has changed markedly over the past two decades as the city reacts to its growing population, with more multi-storey homes, greater density, and fewer unoccupied homes all making it very different to the rest of the country, according ..... More >>

73. Application for Subdivision at New Chum Beach

18 December 2014 11:51am | Thames Coromandel District Council

An application to subdivide land at New Chum Beach (Wainuiototo Bay Whangapoua) will go out for public notification on Friday 16 January 2015. The application was submitted to Council in October 2014... More >>

74. Council gets building consents accreditation

18 December 2014 12:31pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council has been granted accreditation as a Building Consent Authority. International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) has confirmed the Council has met the requirements of the Building (Accreditation of Building Consent Authorities) ..... More >>

75. Clip-on Lanes Closed Over Holidays

18 December 2014 1:45pm | NZTA

The two northbound clip-on lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, as well as the Curran Street on-ramp and Stafford Road off-ramp will be closed over the Christmas-New Year holiday period for annual resurfacing work. The closure will start at 7am Friday ..... More >>

76. Major Delays on NW Motorway (SH16), Te Atatu Rd 27/12 to 5/1

18 December 2014 4:47pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

This project is widening the five existing motorway on-ramps and exits at Te Atatu and widening the Northwestern motorway (SH16) between Te Atatu Road and Henderson Creek. It is also enhancing existing facilities for walkers and cyclists and widening ..... More >>

77. Street collection a big win for the Wellington City Mission

19 December 2014 12:10pm | Wellington City Mission

The Wellington City Mission's annual Street Day Appeal had aimed to raise $40,000 when it took place on December 5th. The Mission is pleased to report that, through the generous support of volunteers, donors and their business partners, they exceeded ..... More >>

78. Even more free music and movies in parks this summer

19 December 2014 12:45pm | Auckland Council

Roll out the picnic blanket and enjoy some fantastic free entertainment in the great Kiwi outdoors this summer with Auckland Council's popular Music and Movies in Parks' 2015 events... More >>

79. Fair hearing for mining submitters

19 December 2014 3:11pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Submitters on Thames-Coromandel's Proposed District Plan were given plenty of opportunity to express themselves at this week's hearings in Thames. .. More >>

80. Te Matau a Māui Environmental Restoration

19 December 2014 3:37pm | Joint Press Release

A major partnership of local and national agencies will see more than $6 million invested in conservation in Hawke's Bay over the next 5 years. The 'Te Matau a Māui' project will be a win-win for both farmers and those working to protect ..... More >>

81. Council ready to remediate property

15 July 2004 3:02pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council told tenants at its Captain Thomas Courts housing complex this morning that it is now ready to remediate the property, following recent results of further testing at the site and the development of a site remediation plan... More >>

82. New Air Quality Rules For Rangiora And Kaiapoi

16 August 2007 4:59pm | Environment Canterbury

Proposed rules to reduce air pollution in Rangiora and Kaiapoi were approved by this week's Environment Canterbury's Regional Planning Committee. The proposals will go to the full council for approval followed by consultation with people living in ..... More >>

83. Waitakere weathers weekend storm

29 July 2008 9:50am | Waitakere City

While Waitakere weathered the weekend's storms without incurring too much damage, the Council is warning residents to prepare for a second bout of bad weather due to arrive today. .. More >>

84. Puketutu Island a people's playground

29 October 2010 2:36pm | Watercare Services

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

85. Christmas and New Year rubbish and recycling collection

02 December 2011 12:27pm | Auckland City Council

During the Christmas and New Year holidays all Auckland Council rubbish, recycling and paper collection services will be one day later than usual. This will affect collections for two weeks starting Monday 26 December (Boxing Day)... More >>

86. Auckland's Latest All-Access Playground Opens In Long Bay

01 November 2012 9:44am | Variety - The Children's Charity

The final stage of Auckland's latest all-access playground for children of all abilities opened on Sunday 28 October in the Long Bay Regional Park. The Variety - The Children's Charity playground is designed to be accessible by children, ..... More >>

87. Mormons Prepare to Turn on Christmas Lights

16 November 2012 11:49am | Church of Latter Day Saints

Members and friends of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are preparing to visit Temple View this Christmas season, to view Christmas lights that will be displayed in the grounds of the faith's Hamilton New Zealand Temple. .. More >>

88. Key Players Taken Out in Methamphetamine Bust

22 November 2012 4:29pm | New Zealand Police

Southern Police have today arrested two North Island men who they allege are lynchpins in the supply and distribution of methamphetamine into Southland. Dubbed Operation Queen, police targeted the distribution and sale of methamphetamine into Invercargill ..... More >>

89. Fireworks to make Rotorua GLO on New Year's Eve

28 December 2012 11:44am | Rotorua District Council

Rotorua is set to celebrate the end of 2012 with the biggest fireworks display ever seen in the city. .. More >>

90. Police seize launch during search warrant near Whangarei

19 April 2013 2:07pm | New Zealand Police

Northland Police have terminated a joint operation with the Police Financial Crime Group: Asset Recovery Unit. On Wednesday and Thursday (April 17 and 18) Police searched a property at Pataua South and a 10.3 metre launch at Parua Bay... More >>

91. 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 >>

92. Free e-waste recycling a first for Wellington

13 August 2013 10:07am | Wellington City Council

Thanks to a new partnership with e-recycler RemarkIT, Wellingtonians can now dispose of most e-waste for free at the Southern Landfill's recycling centre. .. More >>

93. Got an old TV you don't want?

20 August 2013 4:55pm | Palmerston North City Council

Palmerston North City Council is encouraging residents to recycle their old TV today for a greener tomorrow with the TV TakeBack programme starting tomorrow 21 August. .. More >>

94. Santa's Holiday House Proves a Hit

11 December 2013 4:10pm | Waterfront Auckland

A new festive season experience on Auckland's waterfront has seen over 3,000 people visit and 450 presents donated for the City Mission in its first weekend. .. More >>

95. New day stay key element in $6 million Hospital expansion

16 December 2013 7:10pm | Spin It Wide

Tauranga's Grace Hospital has announced plans for a $6 million building project which will bring significant changes to the Bay of Plenty's private day stay surgical scene... More >>

96. Woodlands - Southland: Serious Road Crash

04 May 2014 10:48am | New Zealand Police

At approximately 6.15. a.m on Sunday 4th May 2014 a.m. a male pedestrian was critically injured after being hit by a single motor vehicle south of Woodlands,Southland. .. More >>

97. Setting The Barre For Fitness In Petone!

10 July 2014 3:21pm | Xtend Barre Petone

Petone, Xtend Barre Petone is holding its Grand Opening on 24 July 2014 at its 247 Jackson Street studio. The team are challenging Lower Hutt residents to come and reach for their potential with this great workout system at free classes offered ..... More >>

98. Rotorua generally a safe place to live

31 August 2014 12:05pm | Rotorua District Council

Most residents think Rotorua is generally a safe place to live according to a recently completed perceptions of safety survey commissioned by Rotorua District Council. Survey results show 82 per cent of people surveyed said Rotorua was 'definitely' ..... More >>

99. 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 >>

100. 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 >>

 

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