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1. Witnesses wanted for crash in Taumarunui

25 July 2015 8:02pm | New Zealand Police

On the 24th of July 2015 at approximately 3.20p.m, a four door Ford Laser motor vehicle coloured silver, has been driven at speed on Turaki Street, Taumarunui. .. More >>

2. Auckland Council and Property Council welcome housing report

27 July 2015 4:43pm | Auckland Council

Today Auckland Council has welcomed a new report that provides up-to-date information on the feasibility on how many houses could be built under the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan (PAUP) based on current market conditions... More >>

3. Investigation into Opotiki death ongoing

27 July 2015 2:28pm | New Zealand Police

The investigation into the death of 14-year-old Rangimaria White in Opotiki at the weekend is continuing. .. More >>

4. A modern twist on Maori history on a mobile app

27 July 2015 3:15pm | Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport's gone high tech to help youngsters learn the Māori history of Tāmaki Makaurau. As part of Māori Language Week, Auckland Transport, COMET (an Auckland Council educational department) and Kiwa Digital have produced a bilingual ..... More >>

5. Body found during search for missing trampers

27 July 2015 9:01am | New Zealand Police

An aerial search was conducted by Police along the Kepler Track, Fiordland National Park, in the search for Louis-Vincent LESSARD and Etienne LEMIEUX. .. More >>

6. New Zealand's Got Talent - Episode One Performers

17 September 2013 11:14am | TVNZ

Tonight's premiere episode of New Zealand's Got Talent 2013 brought laughter, tears, and an incredible range of Kiwi talent to TV ONE. .. More >>

7. Tararua Police bust meth ring

27 July 2015 12:34pm | New Zealand Police

An operation run by Tararua Police and supported by Hawke's Bay and Auckland staff has seen half a million dollars worth of methamphetamine seized over the weekend... More >>

8. 10 Pike Rivers since Key's "broken" promise - widow

26 July 2015 10:54am | Council of Trade Unions

o Silent Vigil with 291 crosses held on Federal street between Wellesley and Victoria Streets today. o Setup from 7am to 8am with pack down 10am to 11am. .. More >>

9. SkyPath Environment Court appeals

25 July 2015 11:21am | SkyPath

Two appeals have been lodged with the Environment Court in relation to the resource consent application granted by independent commissioners for SkyPath earlier this month... More >>

10. Major Boost For Rotorua Toursim

24 July 2015 2:05pm | Shine PR

Rotorua's tourism and entertainment offering is about to get a major boost with details released today regarding the new $13 million Lynmore Junction and entertainment zone development on Te Ngae Road... More >>

11. Hunua pest control programme nears start

25 July 2015 10:14am | Auckland Council

Auckland Council's planned pest control operation in the Hunua Ranges, surrounding reserve land and some private land, is close to getting underway. .. More >>

12. Court decision a boost for Plaster Cladding class action

27 July 2015 11:33am | Adina Thorn

The recent Court of Appeal decision that claims by the Ministry of Education against cladding sheet and system manufacturer Carter Holt Harvey Ltd are not time-barred is welcome news to those home and building owners participating in the Plaster Cladding ..... More >>

13. Councillors begin delivering 2015 NRC environmental awards

23 July 2015 9:47am | Northland Regional Council

Northland Regional Council members have begun delivering $20,000 worth of Environmental Curriculum Awards (ECAs) to more than 20 schools around the region. .. More >>

14. Beauty loses her beast

26 July 2015 11:42am | JYandA Media

Miss Universe New Zealand semifinalist Tara Cole-Baker returned to her hotel on Saturday to an unpleasant surprise: her beloved 2001 Honda Integra Type S had been stolen from Emily Place, Auckland... More >>

15. Second body found in Te Anau

27 July 2015 1:19pm | New Zealand Police

Te Anau Police can confirm a second body was found in the search for 23 year-old French Canadians, Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux. .. More >>

16. Project tackles invasive weed around Mount Tarawera

24 July 2015 10:49am | Joint Media Statement

Silver Wattle growing around Mount Tarawera is the focus of a new weed control project aimed at restoring and protecting biodiversity. .. More >>

17. Man crushed by tractor

27 July 2015 10:58am | TrustPower TECT Rescue Helicopter

The Tauranga based Trustpower TECT Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Waiotahi at 8am where a 37 year old male had been crushed by a tractor. .. More >>

18. 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 >>

19. Rotorua Gyms Celebrate Wiki O Te Reo Maori

24 July 2015 10:51am | Healthy Families Rotorua

Gyms in Rotorua are leading the way in their region in promoting Te Wiki o te Reo Maori by giving their members opportunities to learn te reo by coming up with innovative ways for their members to celebrate the Maori language... More >>

20. Takapuna Beach Holiday Park Must Stay!

24 July 2015 3:40pm | Save Takapuna Beach Holiday Park

In a massive show of support, the local community has spoken loud and strong. The Takapuna Beach Holiday Park must stay. In results just out, an overwhelming 80% voted to save the Holiday Park in the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board's recent feedback ..... More >>

21. Wave buoy back in water

27 July 2015 10:18am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council's wave buoy was put back into the water last Thursday following a five-month absence. .. More >>

22. Public Meeting this Friday over GMOs in Northland

27 July 2015 11:51am | New Zealand Labour Party

The NZ Labour Party in Whangarei has organised a public meeting to discuss the very important subject of the real possibility of Genetically Modified pine trees being planted in NOrthland forestry plantations... More >>

23. Small Northland town steps up to tackle sex abuse

23 July 2015 8:50am | Stop Demand

The resilient Northland town of Kaikohe is taking the bold step of speaking out on all forms of sexual abuse and sexual violence against its girls, boys and women. .. More >>

24. Massive concrete pours start at Christchurch Hospital

24 July 2015 11:22am | Canterbury District Health Board

Christchurch Hospital's new Acute Services Building site is being prepped for the first of eight massive concrete foundation pours. .. More >>

25. Taranaki bus passengers set to increase further

24 July 2015 11:30am | Taranaki Regional Council

Taranaki's public transport is gearing up for further demand predicted in the next three years, on top of an already increasing number of residents choosing buses over private vehicles... More >>

26. Don't fall for pro-amalgamation hype

27 July 2015 9:52am | Hastings Against Amalgamation

A decision on Hawke's Bay council structure is not life changing although a no vote will save you a lot of money, Mike Butler of Hastings Against Amalgamation said today. The proposed amalgamation of the five Hawke's Bay councils with a headquarters ..... More >>

27. 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 >>

28. Whanganui River flood levels biggest on record

21 June 2015 10:13am | Horizons Regional Council

Heavy rain throughout the Region has resulted in the Whanganui River flood levels becoming the biggest on record. .. More >>

29. Major General (Rtd) Louis Gardiner, ONZM

21 July 2015 4:27pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Major General (Rtd) Louis Gardiner, ONZM (1952- 2015) died peacefully on Saturday 18 July, surrounded by his family... More >>

30. People Building Better Cities comes to Christchurch

23 July 2015 4:05pm | Project Freerange

A well-travelled exhibition, which promotes the exchange of knowledge and dialogue on the challenges of inclusive urbanization and climate change, opens to the public in Christchurch on July 28... More >>

31. Tauranga mums urged to join this year's Big Latch On

24 July 2015 2:43pm | Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Waipu Hauora and Te Kupenga Hauora o Tauranga Moana have organised an event for local mums at Hungahungatoroa Marae, Matapihi, on Friday (July 31) at 10am. .. More >>

32. ASB Community Trust becomes Foundation North

07 April 2015 4:40pm | Foundation North

ASB Community Trust, which provides grants to not-for-profit organisations across Auckland and Northland, has been renamed Foundation North. .. More >>

33. Aggravated Robbery, Raleigh Street Dairy, Waitara

25 July 2015 8:06pm | New Zealand Police

At about 8.15pm on Friday 24 July 2015 the dairy on Raleigh Street Waitara was the subject of an aggravated robbery. .. More >>

34. Board on Right Path for Kaipatiki Walking Network

27 September 2012 11:45am | Kaipatiki Local Board

Board on Right Path for Kaipatiki Walking Network Better walking and cycling routes are a step closer after the Kaipatiki Local Board adopted the Kaipatiki Connections Network Plan and endorsed its implementation yesterday (Wednesday 26 September). ..... More >>

35. Little Black Bird Cafe

15 October 2014 4:38pm | Hastings City Business Association

A new café in Market Street opened its doors to the public on Monday morning. The beautifully revamped Little Black Bird café has taken over the old 'Bay Espresso' site and the new owners have created a cool green, white and wood interior that is ..... More >>

36. 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 >>

37. Full line-up of events for Matariki 2015 in Rotorua

12 June 2015 2:31pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Matariki celebrations in Rotorua will feature a range of community events including kite making, family activities, a fashion show, a community walk and a poster competition. .. More >>

38. Recording details of personal property pays off

23 July 2015 2:24pm | New Zealand Police

Police investigating burglaries in Auckland's Eastern Bays were able to successfully return some stolen property to owners who'd had the foresight to record images of it. .. More >>

39. Positive First Year Results for New Charity

24 July 2015 12:12pm | Sunrise Foundation

Gisborne's newest charity The Sunrise Foundation announced at their AGM yesterday that in their first six months of operation donors had contributed funds totalling $560,000... More >>

40. Youth Advisory Panel welcomes new members

24 July 2015 3:16pm | Auckland Council

Mayor Len Brown will welcome new members and farewell those retiring from the Auckland Council Youth Advisory Panel on Monday 27 July at a formal ceremony attended by parents, council elected representatives and guests... More >>

41. Investigation into death of teenager

26 July 2015 11:02am | New Zealand Police

At approximately 3.45am (Sunday, 26 July), emergency services were called to Goring Street, Opotiki. .. More >>

42. Plans revealed for Triangle Centre site in Christchurch

25 June 2014 11:01am | Durning PR

25 June 2014 - Businessman Tim Glasson today unveiled plans for his pivotal Triangle Centre site in central Christchurch, with two large tenants already signing for the state-of-the-art new four level building. Work is due to commence in early August ..... More >>

43. Taranaki's dirty secret is out!

02 February 2015 8:03pm | Climate Justice Taranaki

An impromptu blockade outside Todd Energy's McKee Station, 31 Jan 2015. More than 80 people from across New Zealand gathered in Taranaki last weekend to experience the impacts of the oil and gas industry on local communities and the environment, ..... More >>

44. Rates rebate an option for older residents

06 March 2015 5:14pm | Auckland Council

The Auckland Council Seniors Advisory Panel says that many older residents in Auckland may not know that there are options available to assist with rates payments in cases of financial hardship... More >>

45. Major works on Northwestern Motorway

31 March 2015 2:56pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

Major works on Northwestern Motorway Thurs 2 April to Tues 7 April 2015 (Easter weekend) .. More >>

46. Possible traffic delays - State Highway 1 Manukau

09 April 2015 9:04am | New Zealand Police

A car has struck a power pole in the Southbound lane on State Highway 1 just after the redoubt road off ramp. .. More >>

47. Fatal car crash - Clevedon - Counties Manukau

25 June 2015 7:35am | New Zealand Police

At about 0120 hrs on 25/06 police were called to a crash on the Papakura - Clevedon Road near Clevedon. .. More >>

48. New funding boost for Rotorua cycleway projects

26 June 2015 7:42am | New Zealand Transport Agency

Rotorua is set to retain its status as 'New Zealand's favourite place to cycle', after the Prime Minister announced a $1.5 million funding injection for local cycling projects... More >>

49. Aggravated Robbery ASB - Kilbirnie - Wellington

27 June 2015 1:01pm | New Zealand Police

Wellington Police have arrested and charged a 33 year old male with two bank robberies, one of the charges relate to the aggravated robbery of the ASB Bank in Kilbirnie that occurred at 4.30pm on the 12th of June 2015... More >>

50. NZTA, MetService trial new road weather guidance for Dunedin

15 July 2015 4:51pm | NZ Transport Agency

During last week's 'big freeze' that cloaked the South Island in snow, NZTA and MetService trialled a new form of weather guidance for Dunedin transport operators and motorists... More >>

51. Pukekohe Electrification Needed

20 July 2015 4:37pm | Public Transport Users Association

Today hails a massive step forward for Auckland rail passengers with electric trains rolled out on all lines. However, Franklin passengers have yet to share the joy of full electrification as it stops short in Papakura... More >>

52. Collaboration key to Lake Taupō project

21 July 2015 10:31am | Waikato Regional Council

Collaboration and partnerships have been key elements of the leading edge Lake Taupō protection project which has just been selected as a New Zealand section finalist at prestigious awards in Brisbane... More >>

53. Media Release: Nelson Nature project gets lift off

22 July 2015 10:49am | Nelson City Council

A $6 million 10-year project dedicated to protecting and restoring Nelson's environment was officially launched at the Suter Gallery today. Nelson City Council's Nelson Nature programme of work invests $500,000 a year, increasing to $650,000 by year ..... More >>

54. Auckland tenants pay a rental premium of over $7,000 a year

23 July 2015 9:23am | Trademe

The median Auckland rent rose by another $5 a week in June to $495 per week, while the rest of the country held steady at $360 per week. This represents a premium of $7,020 per annum for tenants in New Zealand's largest city. .. More >>

55. Virtual reality transports Aucklanders into refugee camp

23 July 2015 11:53am | UNICEF

UNICEF New Zealand is inviting the public to Aotea Square on July 25th where they can get an unprecedented glimpse into the lives of children in Syrian refugee settlements... More >>

56. Hurunui Water Project halts development of Waitohi

24 July 2015 10:34am | SenateSHJ

The Board of the Hurunui Water Project (HWP) has halted project development on a North Canterbury irrigation scheme while awaiting a final ruling from the Environment Court... More >>

57. Plane crash at Balclutha

25 July 2015 8:04pm | New Zealand Police

At 2.15pm today Balclutha Police were called to a plane crash at Balclutha Airport along with two Balclutha Fire Units and two Ambulances and the Rescue Helicopter ... More >>

58. Kidnapping claims cancelled

26 July 2015 10:29am | New Zealand Police

Auckland City CIB staff are no longer pursuing the investigation into the reported kidnapping of two young women from the city centre early this morning. .. More >>

59. Later start of Big Birthday Party light and sound show loop

26 July 2015 11:05am | Wellington City Council

Tonight and tomorrow night's light and sound show for The Big Birthday Party will now start around 5.40pm. The later start is to ensure a better projection result. The light and sound show will run on a loop every half hour until 9pm... More >>

60. New Location for Thames i-SITE Visitor Centre

27 July 2015 9:48am | Destination Coromandel

On the 1st July 2015 Destination Coromandel took over the management of the Thames i-SITE Visitor Centre, as it did with the i-SITE in Whitianga last year. On the 1st August, the Thames i-SITE will move to its new location at the Thames Civic Centre ..... More >>

61. Swabbing Delayed

27 July 2015 3:35pm | Palmerston North City Council

The scheduled trunk water main swabbing which was to take place this week has been delayed due to insufficient rainfall forecast. "We are restricted by the resource consent conditions," Dora Luo, Water Asset Engineer says. "The low river flow ..... More >>

62. Knife wielding male arrested Balclutha

27 July 2015 5:09pm | New Zealand Police

At approximately 3.15 pm on the 27/7 Balclutha Police were informed that a male aged 20 with a large concealed knife was causing concern to the public on Clyde St near George St Balclutha.. More >>

63. Recycling: we can do better

06 May 2003 5:26pm | Auckland Regional Council

Some Aucklanders are great recyclers but we can do better - up to 20% of the rubbish put in weekly rubbish bags can be recycled... More >>

64. 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 >>

65. YMCA Christchurch Honoured At Outdoors NZ Awards

26 September 2010 2:15pm | YMCA

Outdoors New Zealand recognised the YMCA Christchurch this weekend as being a leader in the outdoor sector, particularly in terms of how they strive to provide quality outdoor experiences for children and young people. .. More >>

66. Haast Pass Highway to marks its 50th

13 October 2010 12:09pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

A re-enactment of the ribbon cutting that marked the opening Haast Pass Highway 50 years ago will be a special part of next month's 50th anniversary of the opening of the Haast Highway Pass linking Otago and the West Coast... More >>

67. Research Shows 1080 Highly Unlikely to Contaminate Water

03 July 2012 1:42pm | Animal Health Board

New Research Shows 1080 Highly Unlikely to Contaminate Water A short HD video explaining new research shows that the vital possum control poison 1080 has no negative effects on either surface or ground water. The independent research - conducted by NIWA ..... More >>

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

09 October 2012 9:51am | Northland Regional Council

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

69. Judgment: Canterbury Council v Independent Fisheries

20 December 2012 11:12am | NZ Court of Appeal


70. Locations sought for clean fill disposal

11 November 2013 3:57pm | Whangarei District Council

October's run of dry weather had at least one advantage: clay capping of the former Pohe Island Landfill progressed quickly because of the fine weather. .. More >>

71. Joseph Parker's next fight - Auckland, March 5

16 January 2015 10:17am | Duco Events

Joseph Parker is set to light up Auckland's Vodafone Events Centre this March 5th, 2015when he takes on Jason 'The Technician' Pettaway ! .. More >>

72. Update Waikato double fatality crash

17 February 2015 10:16am | New Zealand Police

A busy rural highway linking the Coromandel to Auckland is expected to be closed for some time as investigators work to determine what caused a crash that claimed the lives of two overseas visitors today... More >>

73. New report on Auckland's diverse Asian communities

10 March 2015 10:11am | Asia New Zealand Foundation

A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation reveals the increasing diversity of Auckland's Asian communities. .. More >>

74. Record season for superyacht visits

12 March 2015 2:28pm | ATEED

Record season for superyacht visits Efforts to attract superyachts to New Zealand are paying off bringing significant benefits to our tourism and marine sectors. A record 57 superyachts visited New Zealand during the season (April 2014 - March 2015), ..... More >>

75. Ohakune Mardi Gras announces line-up

02 April 2015 11:30am | Ohakune Mardi Gras

At 600m above sea level, at the feet of Mt Ruapehu, the Ohakune Mardi Gras (OMG) is the biggest party of the kiwi winter and will celebrate 20-years' on Saturday 27 June 2015 ... More >>

76. Opinion sought over draft Western Park Development Plan

02 April 2015 12:13pm | Waitemata Local Board

Public input into the future development of one of Auckland's much loved and historic inner-city parks is now open with the launch of the Western Park Development Plan. .. More >>

77. Council establishes Development Christchurch

30 April 2015 4:26pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council today unanimously resolved to establish a development authority funded and operated under Christchurch City Holdings Limited. .. More >>

78. 175 Years Since the Shipwreck of the HMS Buffalo

23 June 2015 7:31am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Events are coming together for the 175th commemoration of the wreck of the HMS Buffalo in Mercury Bay. .. More >>

79. Iconic Auckland Cafe, Good One, To Close

23 June 2015 4:56pm | Coffee Supreme

Today, Tuesday 23rd June 2015, Coffee Supreme announced the forthcoming closure of its iconic cafe, Good One. Located in residential Ponsonby since 2008, Good One has showcased Coffee Supreme to Auckland city. In the years it has been open, Good One ..... More >>

80. New police stations for Hawke's Bay

15 July 2015 3:58pm | New Zealand Police

Napier and Hastings will each get a new police station in a proposed building project for the Eastern district. .. More >>

81. Auckland rail patronage three years ahead of target

22 July 2015 2:33pm | Auckland Council

22 July 2015 Auckland rail patronage three years ahead of target Auckland Mayor Len Brown says Auckland's rail patronage in the past 12 months has leapt by 21.7 percent meaning the patronage target set by the government for funding of the City ..... More >>

82. Motor Vehicle Crash - Truck v Horse - State Highway One

23 July 2015 8:25am | New Zealand Police

22 July, 2015 At just after 9pm a horse from a nearby property ran onto State Highway One near Foxton. .. More >>

83. Maritime Union comes to assistance of distressed crew

23 July 2015 10:39am | Maritime Union of New Zealand

Foreign crew aboard a detained ship in Tauranga have received interim payments totalling thousands of dollars after unions intervened following several months of serious problems... More >>

84. Cannabis seized after search warrant in Otahuhu

23 July 2015 2:13pm | New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police have seized more than 150 cannabis plants and over 250 ounces of cannabis head after two search warrants were conducted in Otahuhu. .. More >>

85. Council votes to upgrade and reopen the Trafalgar Centre

23 July 2015 3:17pm | Nelson City Council

Nelson City Council has today voted unanimously to proceed with strengthening works to reopen the Trafalgar Centre. .. More >>

86. Plans for new Grey health facilities progressing

24 July 2015 9:56am | West Coast District Health

Plans for the new Grey Base Hospital and Integrated Family Health Centre are now well into the "Developed Design" phase and at this stage it is anticipated that the first sod will be turned in late October... More >>

87. Police urge vigilance after increase in theft in CHCH

24 July 2015 11:12am | New Zealand Police

Over the last few weeks there has been an increase in the number of vehicle thefts and thefts from vehicles in the Riccarton area of Christchurch. The vehicles being targeted by opportunistic thieves appear to be parked either on the roadside or up ..... More >>

88. Proposed Natural Resource Plan Information in letterboxes

24 July 2015 11:28am | Greater Wellington Regional Council

Residents of the Wellington Region will soon receive a four page mail-out advising them about the Proposed Natural Resources Plan and the submission process. .. More >>

89. Taupiri round-abouts thwart fleeing drivers

24 July 2015 2:13pm | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police believe a roading engineer may be owed a pat on the back after round-abouts in Taupiri contributed to the apprehension of two separate fleeing drivers this morning. .. More >>

90. South Otago Search

25 July 2015 8:03pm | New Zealand Police

At 7.30pm on the 25/7/2015 Police reactivated the search for Ian Fullerton MATHIESON. .. More >>

91. Police confirm identity of teenager

27 July 2015 9:28am | New Zealand Police

Police are now in a position to formally confirm the details of a teenager who died in Opotiki early yesterday morning (Sunday, 26 July) .. More >>

92. We're Taking a Brief Hesitation

27 July 2015 11:14am | City Gallery Wellington

Scheduled Wellington City Council building maintenance requires City Gallery to be closed to the public for two weeks, mid-August. The work is to do with the Gallery's switchboard and does not concern any structural elements of the building... More >>

93. Auckland man receives $4,500 fine for illegal advertising

27 July 2015 11:40am | Plumbers Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board

An Auckland man has been convicted and fined $4,500 for illegally advertising his services as a plumber and has been ordered to pay solicitor's costs of $226.00 and court costs of $260. .. More >>

94. Successful prosecution following vicious dog attack.

27 July 2015 11:47am | Thames Coromandel District Council

A person has been prosecuted after their dog attacked an elderly person in Tairua over summe who sustained serious facial injuries r. .. More >>

95. CountiesManukau Sport Monthly Turns NPC Historical

09 October 1999 11:47am | Unknown

Counties Manukau rugby supporters have had a rocky run this season, riding every NPC bump the Steelers' have travelled. But 20 years ago it was different. Leading Auckland sports writer Wayne Watson caught up with players and officials to relive ..... More >>

96. 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 >>

97. Council Plans For New Papamoa East Town Centre

01 December 2004 1:47pm | Tauranga City Council

Plans for a new town near Tauranga at Papamoa East are moving ahead with the council expected to notify a plan change mid-2005... More >>

98. Alleged Organised Crime Gang Appear In Court

10 October 2005 4:30pm | New Zealand Police

A depositions hearing gets underway in the Auckland High Court today which is the result of thousands of hours of work carried out by Police from the Auckland City and Counties Manukau Districts... More >>

99. Woman Sought For Assisting Burton Evade Police

12 January 2007 5:39pm | New Zealand Police

Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Colleen Francis Molloy aged 36 of Taita as an accessory after the fact in regards to the Wellington home invasion charges faced by Graeme Burton and Scott Elliot... More >>

100. Stella Maris Retreat Centre and Chapel saved

12 September 2007 9:41am | Joint Media Statement

Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh have bought the historic Stella Maris Retreat Centre and Star of the Sea Chapel in Seatoun. The purchase follows community and Council concern at an application to the Environment Court to have the heritage listing removed ..... More >>


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