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1. Kaimanawa horses destined for slaughter

22 April 2014 11:06am | Kaimanawa Heritage Horses

120 lives will be lost if good home can't be found for Kaimanawa horses from this year's Department of Conservation muster. 180 Kaimanawa horses are to be removed in the muster and the Kaimanawa Heritage Horses Welfare Society is seeking suitable ..... More >>

2. Death of 5 year old boy in driveway accident

23 April 2014 8:51am | New Zealand Police

A 5 year old boy has died at a property in Pokeno, south of Auckland. .. More >>

3. Students Call for Co-ordinated Response to Recent Assaults

23 April 2014 9:46am | VUWSA

Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association President Sonya Clark sends her support to the victims of this weekend's assaults and is calling for greater action to keep students safe on campus and around Wellington. "The recent ..... More >>

4. Aggravated Robbery - Mobil Mt Wellington

23 April 2014 10:27am | New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police are investigating an aggravated robbery incident at the Mobil petrol station on Mt Wellington Highway. .. More >>

5. Fatal Crash SH 16, Kumeu - West Auckland

18 April 2014 11:28am | New Zealand Police

One person is dead and several others are seriously injured after a four-car vehicle crash at Kumeu, west of Auckland. .. More >>

6. Updates on two fatal car crashes in Waitemata

22 April 2014 2:11pm | New Zealand Police

Police investigating the fatal car crash in Kumeu on Thursday night that killed 40 year-old Alofa Afaese of Helensville are calling for witnesses to the events that lead to the crash... More >>

7. Fatal Crash - Riverhead - Waitemata

21 April 2014 3:05pm | New Zealand Police

The Coatesville Riverhead Highway (SH 28) has been closed between the Riverhead turnoff on SH 16 and Old Railway Road as emergency services deal with a fatal crash near Moontide Road... More >>

8. Heavy rain causes some flooding issue in Levin

23 April 2014 10:11am | Horowhenua District Council

Heavy rain causes some flooding issue in Levin Heavy rain caused some flooding issues in parts of Levin on Tuesday afternoon and evening. A car was stranded after driving into a flooded part of Argyle Avenue. A house in Lynch Grove was flooded, along with ..... More >>

9. Police seek person of interest in kidnapping case

23 April 2014 2:04pm | New Zealand Police

Police investigating the violent kidnapping of a 29 year old woman are releasing a photo of Brett Makiri in an effort to locate him as soon as possible. .. More >>

10. Oil and Gas Regulatory Information Session

23 April 2014 12:17pm | Dunedin City Council

Six government agencies, together with regional and district councils, share the responsibility for managing petroleum and mineral activities in New Zealand. .. More >>

11. Fatal shooting in Gisborne

20 April 2014 10:19am | New Zealand Police

Early this morning Police and ambulance officers attended an incident following a shooting at a local residence in Te Hapara, Gisborne. .. More >>

12. Update Gisborne Shooting - Operation Kowhai

20 April 2014 5:31pm | New Zealand Police

The Gisborne CIB is continuing their investigation into the shooting of a 39 year old local man at a residential address in the suburb of Elgin overnight. Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Scott said 'at approximately 2.40am this morning a male entered ..... More >>

13. ANZAC closures of Wellesley Street East for cycleway project

22 April 2014 12:04pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

As the Grafton Gully cycleway project enters the final months of construction, the NZ Transport Agency reminds drivers of project-related closures of Wellesley Street East in central Auckland... More >>

14. Earthquake bill could unnecessarily sting Waikato

23 April 2014 10:57am | Waikato Mayoral Forum

Earthquake bill could unnecessarily sting Waikato The Waikato Mayoral Forum is warning local Waikato communities could individually face multi-million dollar expenditure to comply with "excessive" new earthquake legislation being promoted by the Government. ..... More >>

15. Auckland's Port stops to pay respects

23 April 2014 11:43am | Ports of Auckland

Over 1,000 lights to be turned off across the Waitematā Seaport this ANZAC Day .. More >>

16. Puppets of Darkness Take Over

01 October 2013 6:59pm | Victoria University of Wellington

This October sees a new adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy of over-weening ambition, Macbeth, brought to the stage by Victoria University of Wellington performance club, Dionysiac. This production focuses strongly on the eponymous character and his wife. ..... More >>

17. My Kitchen Rules NZ coming to TV2

11 February 2014 12:02pm | TVNZ

The heat is on and the knives are out New Zealand. The biggest show on TV is about to get even bigger with a local version of reality phenomenon, My Kitchen Rules , confirmed for TV2!.. More >>

18. Amalgamation benefits boost council savings

16 April 2014 5:02pm | Auckland Council

Improved economies of scale from the amalgamation of the eight local authorities have helped Auckland Council maintain services at reduced cost, says a council report on efficiency savings... More >>

19. 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 >>

20. Locals help out with tow truck crash spill

19 April 2014 12:12pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Locals in a remote part of Opotiki came to the assistance of Bay of Plenty Regional Council Pollution Prevention officers dealing with a spill from a fatal truck crash on Thursday. The tow truck had crashed 25 metres down a bank on isolated Takaputahi ..... More >>

21. Whole community approach needed to respond to sex attacks

22 April 2014 4:20pm | Sexual Abuse Prevention Network

Sexual Abuse Prevention Network is appalled to hear of recent attacks on women near the path from Boyd Wilson Field to The Terrace and says the whole community can be part of preventing sexual abuse... More >>

22. Council helping with big post-storm clean-up near Te Aroha

22 April 2014 4:45pm | Waikato Regional Council

Waikato Regional Council staff and contractors are expected to spend several weeks helping landowners near Te Aroha deal with the aftermath of Cyclone Ita, which hit the Coromandel and surrounding areas just before Easter... More >>

23. 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 >>

24. 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 >>

25. The Performing Arts Precinct

22 April 2014 1:49pm | Christchurch City Council

The Mayor of Christchurch has welcomed the Minister for Earthquake Recovery's confirmation today that he will be removing a land designation in central Christchurch. .. More >>

26. Winter F.A.W.C! 2014 tickets on sale

22 April 2014 4:55pm | Hawke's Bay Tourism

Winter F.A.W.C! dates have been announced for June 2014 with tickets going on sale to the general public tomorrow , Wednesday 23rd at 12 noon. .. More >>

27. Big picture plans for Marine Parade

26 September 2012 2:31pm | Napier City Council

Napier's foreshore is set to get an upgrade thanks to a visionary plan to create a 'Kids' Capital' along Marine Parade. .. More >>

28. Fan Trail to V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland

26 March 2013 10:29am | Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development

Fan Trail to V8 Supercars ITM 400 Auckland The red carpet will be rolled out for the fans attending the ITM 400 Auckland at Pukekohe next month with the return of the popular Fan Trail to the V8 Supercars exclusive New Zealand event. The Fan Trail ..... More >>

29. 2014 Season pass prices for New Zealand's premier ski areas

18 October 2013 12:03pm | NZSki

New Zealand's premier ski areas in Queenstown and Canterbury have released season pass pricing for 2014 and announced the start of a multi-million-dollar new development at The Remarkables... More >>

30. Skechers Opens Its Doors To Auckland

14 November 2013 3:52pm | Skechers

Skechers is celebrating 21 years in New Zealand by opening the doors to its first concept retail store in Westfield St Lukes, later this month. .. More >>

31. Consent granted for New Zealand's 2nd tallest building

12 February 2014 3:38pm | Auckland Council

Construction of New Zealand's second-tallest building on one of central Auckland's longest-standing vacant lots has been given the green light by planning commissioners, says Mayor Len Brown... More >>

32. Much-needed Penlink road builds on Whangaparaoa Peninsula

28 February 2014 1:12pm | MediaPA

Imagine traffic on the only route to and from town being so bad due to an accident that you have to drive on the footpath and wrong side of the road to get your injured child to hospital... More >>

33. Speaking Notes for Murray Bolton, Chairman

11 March 2014 12:44pm | Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust

The submission today on behalf of our essential helicopter rescue service is to reinstate the sum of $1,350,000 - the full amount applied for in the 2014/15 year. .. More >>

34. Auckland rail ready for electric train passenger services

01 April 2014 3:55pm | KiwiRail

The $500 million project to electrify Auckland's rail network reached its most significant milestone moments ago when the Prime Minister and KiwiRail staff officially energised electric rail infrastructure into Britomart, New Zealand's busiest transport ..... More >>

35. Record Crowds Celebrate Auckland's Easter Show

22 April 2014 8:48am | The Coca-Cola Easter Show

The weather alternated between sunshine and thunder-storms, but nothing dampened the enthusiasm of Aucklanders who flocked to the Coca-Cola Easter Show in the largest numbers in years... More >>

36. Citizens' panel to enhance public engagement

22 April 2014 4:49pm | Hastings District Council

If you live in the Hastings District you may be contacted over the next month to ascertain whether you would like to join a citizens' research panel. .. More >>

37. Rain sparks recovery but things remain fragile

22 April 2014 4:57pm | Waikato Regional Council

Recent rain in Waikato and South Auckland has set farmers on the road to recovery from the drought but the situation remains fragile for some, a meeting today of farming leaders and central and local Government officials has heard... More >>

38. May 01 deadline for comment on NRC's Draft Annual Plan

23 April 2014 9:18am | Northland Regional Council

Time is running out to have your say on a Northland Regional Council proposal for a nil average general rates increase and other initiatives outlined in its Draft Annual Plan for 2014/15. Council chairman Bill Shepherd says better-than-expected ..... More >>

39. Drought-hit Northland farmers miss Cyclone Ita's rain

23 April 2014 3:31pm | Federated Farmers

Drought-hit Northland farmers miss Cyclone Ita's rain While the South Island has received so much rain that it is now posing problems for crop harvest and pasture growth ahead of winter, the worst drought affected parts of Northland received very ..... More >>

40. 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 >>

41. Worm wastewater system way to go at Huia

08 June 2009 11:26am | Waitakere City

The thought might make many people squirm but one rural Waitakere community reckons it's on to a winner with its new worm-operated onsite wastewater system. When faced with replacing the system that served Huia Hall and the adjacent Settlers Museum, ..... More >>

42. Online Grinch Steels Christmas

22 December 2010 3:13pm |

The owners of have taken the rare and unusual step of issuing a warning about buying from an Australian based online web site which heavily promotes itself in New Zealand... More >>

43. Fire ban lifted in Whangarei District

16 April 2013 10:33am | Whangarei District Council

The total fire ban over the Whangarei District has been lifted and an Open Fire Season to be in force from midnight Monday 15 April 2013, until further notice. .. More >>

44. Police seeking public help to find runaway boy

04 July 2013 4:38pm | New Zealand Police

Counties-Manukau Police are asking for the public's help to find eight-year-old Makai Keegan, who ran away from his Manurewa home on Sunday 30 June. .. More >>

45. New funding gives significant boost to tourism recovery

24 October 2013 4:20pm | Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism

Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism has welcomed today's announcement of a funding package to support the ongoing recovery of the tourism sector in Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region... More >>

46. Council refrains from supporting motion to back oil and gas

12 February 2014 3:45pm | Otago Regional Council

The Otago Regional Council (ORC) has adopted a neutral stance about the desirability or otherwise of deepsea drilling exploration occurring for oil and gas off the Otago coast... More >>

47. Keep Dunedin Beautiful Awards

03 March 2014 5:37pm | Dunedin City Council

Keep Dunedin Beautiful held its annual beautification awards ceremony at the Dunedin City Library at 4pm today. .. More >>

48. Lyttelton road closures and updates

07 March 2014 4:11pm | Christchurch City Council

The Council and the New Zealand Fire Service have been coordinating the cleanup efforts in Lyttelton following the effects of this weeks flooding event. .. More >>

49. Giant willow aphid found in Hawke's Bay

11 March 2014 11:12am | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Hawke's Bay Regional Council is monitoring the spread of the Giant willow aphid after the insects were recently discovered on willows by most of our rivers. "We are starting to find the Giant Willow Aphid, and getting reports of it being in a ..... More >>

50. Let's Find & Fix - a community-led initiative

07 April 2014 10:33am | CanCERN

Winter is coming, and the race is on to patch up cold, unsafe and unsanitary Christchurch homes. CanCERN in partnership with various agencies and companies has launched a campaign called Let's Find & Fix that will enable people to have approved temporary ..... More >>

51. Royal tour 2014: Wellington Civic Square walk

11 April 2014 4:17pm | Wellington City Council

The Wellington City Council today advises on its preparations for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's public walk in Wellington's Civic Square. .. More >>

52. MBIE guidance for multi-unit residential buildings released

16 April 2014 2:26pm | Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

The release of technical guidance for multi-unit dwellings means people living in flats or units can have confidence that the rebuild and repair solutions are technically sound and meet New Zealand Building Code requirements. "The guidance provides a ..... More >>

53. ANZAC Day marks First World War centenary

17 April 2014 9:27am | Christchurch City Council

In the centenary year of the start of the First World War, Christchurch is paying tribute to the bravery of New Zealand's servicemen and women with its ANZAC Day services on Friday 25 April... More >>

54. Update 3: Gisborne Shooting - Operation Kowhai

21 April 2014 3:06pm | New Zealand Police

The 39 year old victim can now be confirmed as Douglas Deb Den WITERI of Gisborne. .. More >>

55. Hop along to Frog Fun Day

22 April 2014 10:43am | Auckland Council

Leap into loads of fun at Warkworth's Lucy Moore Memorial Park at a special event to mark international 'Save The Frogs Day'. Popular children's entertainer Suzy Cato and Otago University frog expert Phil Bishop will be at Auckland Council's ..... More >>

56. Tauranga Direct Road - SH36 to reopen to a single lane

22 April 2014 11:25am | New Zealand Transport Agency

The NZ Transport Agency says State Highway 36 (SH36) between Rotorua and Tauranga will reopen at midday today to a single lane with manual traffic control. The Transport Agency is advising heavy vehicles to continue to avoid using this road to ensure ..... More >>

57. Serious Crash - Komata - Waikato

22 April 2014 12:08pm | NZ Police

SH26 has been closed between Paeroa and Kopu as the result of a serious crash. .. More >>

58. Treasured takahē are coming to Tāwharanui!

22 April 2014 1:41pm | Auckland Council

One of New Zealand's most threatened native bird species will soon be making itself at home at Tāwharanui Open Sanctuary. Auckland Council and the Tāwharanui Open Sanctuary Society Inc (TOSSI), together with major project partner Mitre 10 MEGA ..... More >>

59. Fire season changes

22 April 2014 4:50pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Rural Fire today announced the fire season will officially change from restricted to open, meaning fire permits are no longer required for fires lit on private land within the rural fire area... More >>

60. Auckland, Southern Councils join on Quake Prone Buildings

22 April 2014 5:12pm | Joint Media Statement

Auckland and Southern Councils have come together in response to proposed Government changes to earthquake Building rules. Auckland Mayor Len Brown and Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull have written to the Local Government and Environment Select Committee considering ..... More >>

61. Suspect in kidnapping case located

23 April 2014 2:42pm | New Zealand Police

Auckland Police have arrested a 23 year old man in West Auckland this afternoon. He will appear in court tomorrow on charges relating to the kidnapping of a 29 year old woman in Glen Innes... More >>

62. Newly rebuilt SX trains big boost for commuters

25 June 2003 3:14pm | Auckland Regional Council

Two newly rebuilt SX trains will provide a significant boost to rail capacity. They come into service on July 7 - weather permitting final track-joining work... More >>

63. Novotel Auckland Airport Flies High with Architecture Award

21 May 2012 12:26pm | Accor Hotels and Resorts

As the first building that most international visitors see on their arrival to NZ, the Novotel Auckland Airport had to be much more than just a hotel - it had to encapsulate as much about the country as possible in its design and appearance. .. More >>

64. Amended application for New Chums Development

04 September 2012 3:28pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Coastal Land Trust Holdings has formally lodged an amended application with our Council in regards to the proposed development at New Chums (Wainuiototo) Beach .. More >>

65. Rubbish and recycling collections at Easter

26 March 2013 11:20am | Auckland Council

Rubbish and recycling collections at Easter Auckland Council is reminding residents to put out their kerbside rubbish, recycling and paper collections one day later than usual during the Easter long weekend. The public holiday changes are in effect ..... More >>

66. AK's Top Restaurants Battle it Out in Parnell Waiters' Race

04 October 2013 3:17pm | Passion PR

Some of New Zealand's best restaurants including Non Solo Pizza, Antoine's, Hammerheads and The Engine Room will go head to head armed with a waiter's tray and glass of wine for the Parnell Waiters' Race, a tradition that started 40 years ago, on Sunday ..... More >>

67. Luxury Cruise Ship to add Anniversary Week Flavour to Nelson

01 February 2014 1:27pm | Spin It Wide

Nelson city will welcome the 198 metre luxury cruise ship MV Seabourn Sojourn on Tuesday 4th February. The ship which carries 450 passengers and 330 crew will berth for the day at Port Nelson, with over 100 passengers taking tours of the region including ..... More >>

68. Residents urged to have their say on the sale of legal highs

10 February 2014 11:00am | Waikato District Council

People have until next Monday 17 February to have their say on where psychoactive substances should be sold in the Waikato district. .. More >>

69. Arson at Fletcher Construction Yard

15 February 2014 1:02pm | New Zealand Police

The fire was reported by members of the public at about 11.00pm on Thursday 13/02/2014. .. More >>

70. Secondary schools art competition returns for second year

17 February 2014 9:03am | Paterson Burn Optometrists

Entries for this year's secondary school art competition in the Waikato / Coromandel are open again with senior school artists having until 1 April to enter their work. .. More >>

71. 150 years since attack on Rangiaowhia in the New Zealand War

20 February 2014 3:10pm | Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Friday 21 February represents 150 years since an attack on the village of Rangiaowhia in the Waikato War (1863-1864). The events that unfolded at the small settlement near Te Awamutu are still debated by historians and the descendants of Ngāti Apakura... More >>

72. New drug worries doctors at Christchurch Hospital

10 March 2014 10:33am | Canterbury District Health Board

Emergency staff at Christchurch Hospital are concerned about the emergence of a new drug in Christchurch after one user ended up in Intensive Care and another three were treated at hospital after 9pm on Saturday night. .. More >>

73. RAL and Petroleum Services to face prosecution

21 March 2014 4:53pm | Horizons Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council has completed its investigations into the diesel spill which contaminated the Makotuku River in October last year. Given the findings of the investigation, significant public interest and the impact of the spill on the ..... More >>

74. 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 >>

75. Accused's Court appearance pending

26 March 2014 3:09pm | New Zealand Police

On Monday March 17, 2014 Auckland City Police arrested and charged 26 year-old Aucklander, David Chai Pegler, with two charges of unlawful sexual connection. These charges relate to offences that allegedly occurred between 2009 and 2010 after the accused ..... More >>

76. Actions of Invercargill Police caused serious injury

07 April 2014 10:38am | Independent Police Conduct Authority

The Independent Police Conduct Authority today released its report on the serious injury to an Invercargill man, Mr Blair Taylor following a Police dog bite in April 2011... More >>

77. Royal Opening of Christchurch Botanic GardensCentre

14 April 2014 11:44am | Christchurch City Council

Royals to open the new Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will today formally open the new Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre by cutting a floral rope. Designed along the lines of a giant glasshouse, ..... More >>

78. New Waipa mountain bike toilet and shower complex opening

15 April 2014 1:21pm | Rotorua District Council

Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick is hosting the official opening of the district's new toilet, shower and changing facilities at Waipa mountain bike carpark tomorrow [16 April]. The new complex for mountain bikers and other recreational forest users ..... More >>

79. Easter holiday timetable changes

16 April 2014 3:40pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport advises the rail network will be closed for Easter and there are changes to timetables for buses and ferries during the holiday break. .. More >>

80. Police hope images of robbers will aid identification

16 April 2014 4:22pm | New Zealand Police

Police hope images of robbers will aid in their identification Wednesday, 16 April 2014 - 4:14pm .. More >>

81. MetService issues severe weather warning

16 April 2014 5:09pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Civil Defence reminds Aucklanders to stay up-to-date with weather forecasts in the lead up to Easter as severe weather is expected across the region. .. More >>

82. Update 2: Gisborne Shooting - Operation Kowhai

21 April 2014 3:03pm | New Zealand Police

The 39 year old victim has passed away this evening. Police have now upgraded the investigation to a homicide enquiry. Police Iwi Liaison and Victim Support staff will continue to support the family at this time... More >>

83. Time to rethink road safety, says campaigner

21 April 2014 4:03pm | Dog And Lemon guide

The police holiday road safety campaign has done little to reduce fatal road accidents, says the car review website . .. More >>

84. Clive Pool to reopen this Sunday

22 April 2014 3:00pm | Hastings District Council

The Clive War Memorial Swimming Pool will reopen this Sunday, following a $2.1m upgrade. The official reopening ceremony will be held on Sunday 27th April at 9.45am and will include a blessing of the building... More >>

85. Palmerston North City Council is on track for surplus

22 April 2014 4:37pm | Palmerston North City Council

Palmerston North City Council's operating budget surplus has continued through the third quarter of the financial year with a recorded improved operating position of $5.2m for the nine months to 31 March 2014. Chief executive officer Paddy Clifford ..... More >>

86. Council review coming to a close

23 April 2014 10:20am | Palmerston North City Council

With just days left to have your say on Palmerston North City Council's review of the rural zone and boundary change areas, staff are reminding those interested in making a submission to get cracking. Submissions close at 5pm on Monday and city ..... More >>

87. White substance found in envelope at Mail Centre

23 April 2014 1:58pm | New Zealand Police

Police and other emergency services are attending an incident at the Christchurch Mail Centre on Orchard Road, after a white powder substance was found in an envelope. .. More >>

88. Busy end to April's long holiday on country's highways

23 April 2014 2:29pm | NZTA

Busy end to April's long holiday on country's highways State highways across New Zealand will be extremely busy this Sunday (27 April) as holidaymakers return home after the 10-day Easter/ANZAC Day break, and the NZ Transport Agency is urging ..... More >>

89. John Banks Speech - HMNZS Te Kaha Ceremony

12 August 2003 5:04pm | Auckland City Council

Hon John Banks QSO Mayor of Auckland City HMNZS Te Kaha Commanding Officer hand-over ceremony and presentation of Auckland City flag Speech notes: Hon John Banks QSO 1.30pm, Tuesday 12 August 2003, Devonport Naval Base.. More >>

90. Images: Feilding Flooding Pictures

16 February 2004 3:14pm | Manawatu District Council

Images from MDC See.. More >>

91. Free First Aid Classes At Highland Park House

27 July 2005 4:39pm | Manukau City Council

Highland Park Community House is offering free first aid courses to anyone who is over 16 years old and a New Zealand Resident or Citizen... More >>

92. World Wetlands Day In The Waikato

17 December 2007 3:50pm | Fish and Game New Zealand

World Wetlands Day 2008 will be celebrated in the Waikato with a field trip on Saturday 2nd February, which looks at how we can manage healthy wetlands while meeting our growing agricultural demands. .. More >>

93. 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 >>

94. 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 >>

95. 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 >>

96. 'Forgotten' Pacific War Highlighted in New Documentaries

01 April 2011 2:12pm | Maori Television Service

Two new documentaries highlight the role of the Pacific Islands in World War II - a theatre of war the programme-makers say is often overlooked. "So much has been written about the Second World War, but not so much has been written about New Zealand's ..... More >>

97. Free wi-fi launches in Palmerston North city centre

30 July 2011 7:29pm | Central Free WiFi

Palmerston North is fast becoming New Zealand's best-connected city thanks to the launch of stage one in a two-stage Central Free Wi-Fi plan. .. More >>

98. New Bus Links Around Auckland

19 August 2011 4:05pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport Media Release 19 August 2011 YOUR NEW LINK AROUND TOWN STARTS THIS WEEKEND .. More >>

99. Auckland: Hazardous waste collections starting soon

28 February 2012 4:33pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council's annual Hazmobile collections start next month, offering Aucklanders a chance to get rid of their household hazardous waste free-of-change. .. More >>

100. Hague Road Joins Hamilton City's Road Map

13 June 2012 3:57pm | Waikato DHB

Hamilton has a new road. Hague Road is the main road into and out of the Waiora Waikato Hospital campus and is named after a man who left a big hole in the staff of Waikato District Health Board's Building Programme Office... More >>


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