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1. 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 >>

2. 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 >>

3. Kaikohe woman who starved dog to death sentenced

15 April 2014 2:11pm | SPCA

A Kaikohe woman who chained up a dog and starved it to death was sentenced today in the Kaikohe District Court. .. More >>

4. The mauri of the Tukituki has been acknowledged

15 April 2014 4:57pm | Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Inc

Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated is pleased that the mauri of the Tukituki and Papatuanuku has been acknowledged by the Board of Inquiry on the Tukituki Catchment Proposal (Ruataniwha Dam) through their direction to apply greater protection measures to ..... More >>

5. Aggravated robbery at Valentines Restaurant, Glenfield

16 April 2014 2:50pm | New Zealand Police

North Shore Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at Valentines Restaurant on Wairau Road, Glenfield last night. At 5.25pm the man in the attached photo entered the restaurant and approached the female employee as she stood behind the bar. The ..... More >>

6. Kiwi Self Storage Fire: Summary and Update

14 April 2014 3:19pm | Peter Fowler

The Police are treating the fire are arson and have released CCTV footage of the alleged offender. No arrests have yet been made. Kiwi Self Storage operated the facility with no sprinklers, no automatic isolating fire doors and no externally monitored ..... More >>

7. BIG Rides are BACK for the Coca-Cola Easter Show 2014

25 March 2014 5:04pm | The Coca-Cola Easter Show

The Big Rides are BACK for Coca-Cola Easter Show 2014 with all Auckland's favourite thrills and spills making their comeback for the biggest show in years. .. More >>

8. University increases efforts to care for campus lakes

15 April 2014 4:06pm | University of Waikato

The University of Waikato is urging people to think carefully before disposing of waste, liquids and hazardous products into drains on campus because of the negative impact on the health of the campus lakes... More >>

9. EDS has big win on Tukituki Case

15 April 2014 3:17pm | Environmental Defence Society

The Board of Inquiry released its Draft Report and Decision on the Tukituki Catchment Proposal this afternoon. .. More >>

10. Timothy John Russell Sarah struck off roll

15 April 2014 4:19pm | New Zealand Law Society

The New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal has struck Timothy John Russell Sarah off the roll of barristers and solicitors of the High Court of New Zealand... More >>

11. Board of Inquiry Decision

15 April 2014 4:53pm | Hawke's Bay Regional Council

The chairman of the Hawke's Bay Regional Council's Investment Company (HBRIC Ltd) says he is pleased with the decision by the Board of Inquiry to grant resource consent for the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme... More >>

12. Mayoral Forum has good process for future

15 April 2014 4:54pm | Waikato Mayoral Forum

The Waikato Mayoral Forum says it has established a very robust process for making efficiency improvements in the way councils operate and for gathering information to help inform discussions on local government in the region... More >>

13. National Maori Suicide Prevention Conference In Whanganui

16 April 2014 11:32am | Kia Piki te Ora

Kia Piki te Ora is a national Maori suicide prevention programme delivered from 9 sites across New Zealand. .. More >>

14. Christchurch Housing Accord Announced

16 April 2014 12:59pm | Christchurch City Council

The acute shortage of affordable housing in Christchurch will only be solved by the Christchurch City Council and the Government working together, Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel says... More >>

15. Update on Waioeka Crash

16 April 2014 1:44pm | New Zealand Police

The two rescue helicopters responding to the crash in the Waioeka Gorge have been unable to reach the crash scene due to bad weather. The helicopters have been diverted to Opotiki Airfield. The crash victims have now been roped out of the river bed. ..... More >>

16. 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 >>

17. Draft Report and Decision: Ruataniwha Consents Granted

15 April 2014 1:25pm | Environmental Protection Authority

o Allowed the Plan Change request with amendments (as detailed in Part 2 of Volume 1 of the Draft Report and Decision). The provisions of the plan change request can be found in Volume 3 of the Draft Report and Decision. o Granted the 17 resource ..... More >>

18. Mount Maunganui surf reef to be removed

16 April 2014 11:56am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council has decided the Mount Maunganui surf reef is to be partially removed to remove the risk to swimmers near Tay Street. Regional Council Deputy Chief Executive Eddie Grogan said the Mount Maunganui Reef Trust obtained ..... More >>

19. Big Step for Auckland's City Rail Link

15 April 2014 10:52am | Auckland Transport

The City Rail Link (CRL) has reached a major milestone with Auckland Transport accepting a recommendation by planning commissioners to confirm the land requirements for the CRL. Auckland Transport's chief executive David Warburton says the commissioners ..... More >>

20. New Ambulance launch for the Wairarapa

15 April 2014 1:12pm | Wellington Free Ambulance

Wellington Free Ambulance is launching a brand new $280 thousand ambulance for the Wairarapa in a unique event in Greytown tomorrow, Wednesday April 16. The state of the art ambulance will be launched at Kuranui College in Greytown beginning 1.15 ..... More >>

21. Local Government Reform - background and misconceptions

10 April 2014 12:52pm | Opotiki District Council

A common misconception about local government in New Zealand is that we are 'over governed'. In fact the reverse is the case when we compare ourselves to the rest of the developed world... More >>

22. Arrest made in Kiwi Self Storage fire investigation

15 April 2014 10:21am | New Zealand Police

Wellington Police continue to investigate the fire that damaged the Kiwi Self Storage facility on Rongotai Road in Kilbirnie in the early hours of Friday 4 April 2014. .. More >>

23. National Jazz Festival reveals 2014 lineup

01 February 2014 11:06am | National Jazz Festival

National Jazz Festival launched in Tauranga on Friday night, as the festival programme for Easter 2014 was revealed. .. More >>

24. 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 >>

25. Statement on behalf of Michaela Brandl and Niki Honda

06 April 2014 11:38am | New Zealand Police

Police are issuing the following statement on behalf of tourists Michaela Brandl and Niki Honda, who were victims of alleged robbery and assault by a 38-year old Otaki man on the West Coast last weekend... More >>

26. 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 >>

27. Missing 11 year-old found safe and well

15 April 2014 10:16am | New Zealand Police

Police can confirm that the 11 year-old girl who left her Massey home early yesterday evening and did not return has since been located. .. More >>

28. Christchurch Multiple Birth Club Members meet Royalty

16 April 2014 10:58am | NZ Multiple Birth Association

"Wow this looks daunting, please do not ask me to babysit" stated Prince William when he meet five of our wonderful members and their fraternal twins this week in Christchurch. William also asked if the sets where identical, which was quite funny ..... More >>

29. Drive to survive this Easter and Anzac holiday

16 April 2014 11:47am | New Zealand Police

As many people look forward to an extended Easter and Anzac holiday break, Police are asking all drivers to do their part and slow down, particularly with bad weather forecast to lash many parts of the country... More >>

30. 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 >>

31. Royal Easter Show Art Awards Winners

09 April 2009 9:44am | Royal Easter Show

The winners of the 2009 Royal Easter Show Art Awards, New Zealand's largest art competition, were announced at a special presentation tonight. Open to artists of all ages, amateur and professional, the awards included painting, photography, ceramics/pottery, ..... More >>

32. 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 >>

33. 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 >>

34. 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 >>

35. Auckland Lantern Festival lights up the city

10 February 2014 11:31am | ATEED

Starting with a lantern-only night this Thursday 13 February and closing with a spectacular fireworks finale from the Sky Tower on Sunday 16 February, the Auckland Lantern Festival is set to light up Auckland this weekend. The festival - now in ..... More >>

36. 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 >>

37. Helicopter Trust Begins Litigation Process

12 March 2014 4:16pm | Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust

Lawyers for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust have today formally written to the Auckland Regional Amenities Funding Board advising them of the Trust's intention to seek a judicial review of the Board's decision to slash public funding for its ..... More >>

38. "Wish House" Underway at Fairway Bay

15 April 2014 3:47pm | Joint Media Statement

The foundations for the Fairway Bay Wish House have been poured, and building work is underway in Pinecrest Drive, Gulf Harbour. .. More >>

39. Witness to Motorbike Crash Wanted

15 April 2014 6:38pm | New Zealand Police

Police investigating a fatal crash that occurred between a motorcyclist and a truck on Friday night on Stancombe Road, Flat Bush, are calling for a witness to come forward. .. More >>

40. 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 >>

41. 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 >>

42. Appeal for information after $12,000 liquor robber

03 September 2009 3:54pm | Aotearoa Distillers

The makers of a alcoholic spirit are appealing for information on a $12,000 theft of the product just days before its launch. More than 20 cases of ZUMWOHL were stolen in a raid on a bonded warehouse in Hutt Valley on Monday night. The theft of 240 ..... More >>

43. Christchurch Bakery Makes Best Buns

18 February 2013 11:39am | Baking Industry Association

Christchurch Bakery Makes Best Buns A Christchurch bakery is the winner of the Great New Zealand Hot Cross Bun Competition. Kidds Cakes and Bakery on Cranford Street were unanimously chosen by the judges as the clear winner in the competition, which ..... More >>

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

14 June 2013 9:34am | Joint Press Release

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

45. 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 >>

46. Dr Lance O'Sullivan - New Zealander of the Year

27 February 2014 9:43am | Royal NZ College of General Practitioners

Warmest congratulations to Kaitaia GP Dr Lance O'Sullivan who has been named Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year for his work to improve health equity in the Far North. .. More >>

47. 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 >>

48. Brynderwyns closure for SH1 maintenance

28 March 2014 10:47am | NZTA

Brynderwyns closure for SH1 maintenance Drivers are being reminded by the NZ Transport Agency to allow more time for their travel this weekend when State Highway 1 on the Brynderwyn Hills in Northland is closed overnight for maintenance work. Weather permitting, ..... More >>

49. Father jailed for possessing child sex abuse images

14 April 2014 11:22am | Department Of Internal Affairs

A father who admitted possessing hundreds of objectionable videos and images of children stored on his computer was sentenced to 12 months in jail in the Palmerston North District Court on Friday 11 April... More >>

50. Tougher approach needed for safety of rail staff

16 April 2014 11:49am | Rail And Maritime Transport Union

Assaults on rail operating staff and Maori Wardens over the weekend have prompted calls for much better safety measures on Auckland's rail network. .. More >>

51. Serious Cash - Car in River

16 April 2014 12:16pm | New Zealand Police

Emergency services are at Waioeka Road near Opotiki where a car has crashed off the road and into the Waioeka River. .. More >>

52. Guerrilla Gardeners Come in From the Cold

16 April 2014 1:41pm | Save Mt Crawford

Last year, those of us who occupied the former Wellington prison garden for the purposes of establishing a community garden/art-park, & protesting against the disposal of the land by the government, have now come in from the cold. .. More >>

53. Future of first skyscraper up in the air

16 April 2014 4:13pm | Auckland Council

The future of New Zealand's first skyscraper, the 100m tall Auckland Council Civic Administration Building, is in the balance. .. More >>

54. Northland Controlled Purchase Operation

16 April 2014 5:13pm | New Zealand Police

Police and the Northland District Health Board are very disappointed with the results of an alcohol controlled purchase operation conducted in licensed premises in the Mid North last Friday (April 11)... More >>

55. Scary Facts about Stormwater Auckland Pollution

31 October 2002 10:49am | Auckland Regional Council

- About 500,000 litres of detergent from people washing their cars on roads and driveways ends up in the harbour every year, mixed with up to 250 million litres of water.. More >>

56. Kapiti Council to withdraw from kerbside rubbish collection

07 June 2013 1:45pm | Kapiti Coast District Council

Kapiti Coast District Council will stop providing kerbside refuse and recycling collection from 1 July 2013. Four operators currently provide collection services in the district. .. More >>

57. Census confirms Auckland's multicultural mix

03 December 2013 11:11am | Statistics New Zealand

The 2013 Census has found Auckland's population has the highest percentage of overseas-born residents in the country - living up to its reputation as New Zealand's multicultural gateway... More >>

58. 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 >>

59. Mayor launches plan to boost youth employment

09 April 2014 10:40am | Auckland Council

Mayor Len Brown today launched a plan to increase youth employment in Auckland at a summit attended by Auckland's key business leaders, young people and government agencies. The 'Mayor's Youth Employment Traction Plan' includes a new office ..... More >>

60. Some Central City Areas Closed for Royal Visit

10 April 2014 4:00pm | Dunedin City Council

Dunedin (Thursday, 10 April 2014) - Residents and visitors to Dunedin keen to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Sunday need to plan their routes and be prepared for delays... More >>

61. Council scoops award for rubbish and recycling project

11 April 2014 3:55pm | Palmerston North City Council

Palmerston North City Council was named the winner of the 2014 GIS Project of the Year at the Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) Awards held in Auckland this week... More >>

62. A wet run to Easter

14 April 2014 12:35pm | MetService

This week will again be dominated by areas of low pressure,resulting in rain for many places in the lead up to Easter. MetService Media and Communications Meteorologist Daniel Corbett commented, "Overall this will be a wet week dominated by two main ..... More >>

63. Trio lucky to survive after fleeing driver crashes

16 April 2014 9:38am | New Zealand Police

Waikato Police say the occupants of a fleeing car who allegedly threw a large quantity of drugs from their vehicle during their attempts to escape Police are lucky to be alive following a crash early this morning... More >>

64. Stock Transfers - A Way Forward for 20% of State Housing

16 April 2014 11:45am | Community Housing Aotearoa

Community Housing Aotearoa together with the Auckland Community Housing Providers Network and Te Matapihi have released a proposal calling for the establishment of an independent negotiating partner to facilitate the transfer of up to 20% of state ..... More >>

65. Take extra care on wet Easter roads

16 April 2014 2:26pm | New Zealand Police

With wet weather forecast this Easter holiday weekend Northland Police are asking motorists to take extra care on the roads. .. More >>

66. Councillors approve plan after strong support

16 April 2014 4:30pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Councillors this week agreed the city's budget and plans for the coming year - including an average rates increase of 2.49 percent - following strong community support during consultation. The proposals approved include changes ..... More >>

67. 2004 Royal Easter Show Official Opening Speech

07 April 2004 11:14am | Hon. John Banks QSO

In 1843, soon after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, and following the founding of the Auckland Agricultural and Pastoral Association, the first A&P show was held in Auckland... More >>

68. New John Edgar sculpture unveiled

09 June 2008 11:33am | Waitakere City

Red Cross, a brand new sculptural piece by renowned Karekare artist John Edgar, was officially unveiled outside Waitakere Central this week... More >>

69. 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 >>

70. AA safety tips for Easter holiday drivers

20 April 2011 5:21pm | New Zealand Automobile Association

The AA is pleased to hear the Police will be focusing on a range of dangerous driving behavior this Easter weekend. Last Easter 12 people died on the roads over the holiday period. So far this year the road toll is very low and Police will be targetting ..... More >>

71. City Rail Link Route Identified

03 July 2012 2:25pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Transport has identified a route through the city centre for the City Rail Link (CRL) the next step in passenger rail development for Auckland, and is now making contact with directly affected landowners prior to seeking planning protection for ..... More >>

72. TÅ«hoe starts work on NZ's first 'Living Building'

04 December 2012 12:13pm | Tuhoe

TÅ«hoe starts work on New Zealand's first 'Living Building' Work began this month on New Zealand's first living building. .. More >>

73. Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - Daily Missions 1 August

02 August 2013 3:07pm | Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust

Responded to Whitianga for a female patient with a medical condition. She was transported to ACH. 2.09 pm - HKZ - New Plymouth .. More >>

74. Answers needed to solve NZ's food waste management

05 August 2013 2:55pm | University of Canterbury

New Zealand needs to find something more economically sustainable to avoid large landfill methane emissions, a University of Canterbury (UC) environmental engineer says. .. More >>

75. Auckland city centre gets air quality and noise check-up

20 August 2013 1:05pm | Joint Press Release

A study to investigate air quality and noise in the Queen St valley begins next week. Scientists from The University of Auckland, NIWA, and AUT University, along with 15 students, will be hitting city centre streets to determine how much car and bus ..... More >>

76. Accidents at Aoraki/ Mt Cook National Park 13/14th September

16 September 2013 2:02pm | New Zealand Police

Investigations into the circumstances of the two separate fatal alpine accidents that occurred in the Aoraki/ Mt Cook National Park on the 13th and 14th of September 2013 are continuing... More >>

77. Tsunami review reinforces need for public preparedness

30 September 2013 9:57am | Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management

The Review of Tsunami Hazard in New Zealand (2013 Update), released today, reinforces the need for the public to understand and be prepared to respond to the threat of a tsunami... More >>

78. Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Stamps and Coins

22 October 2013 12:42pm | New Zealand Post

New Zealand Post is bracing for Hobbit-mania of global proportions for the latest issue of stamps and coins to mark the release of the second film in The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, a production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ..... More >>

79. Wainuiomata Pool opens for summer this Saturday

29 October 2013 2:29pm | Hutt City Council

It's time for Wainuiomata residents to dust off their togs and head to the pool, which opens this Saturday 2 November. On opening day entry to the pool is free. The pool is open from 9am to 6pm... More >>

80. NZ Cities Among Top 20 Most Congested Cities In The World

07 November 2013 1:54pm | TomTom

Announced today, the TomTom Traffic Index Q2 2013 - a report comparing congestion levels in over 169 cities across six continents - revealed key cities in New Zealand are experiencing some of the highest increases in congestion compared with global ..... More >>

81. New Zealanders Rise Against Fiordland Monorail

13 November 2013 10:57am | Save Fiordland

Conservation Minister Nick Smith's announcement that he is still considering granting a concession to a land developer behind the Fiordland monorail proposal has rekindled public anger over the proposal, Save Fiordland Inc said today... More >>

82. Housing affordability not so bad

21 January 2014 2:03pm | NZ Property Investors' Federation

Demographia's latest survey of housing affordability paints a depressing picture for New Zealand. But is it as bad as Deographia make it out to be? .. More >>

83. Auckland international visitor arrivals set new record

03 February 2014 6:40pm | ATEED

Auckland international visitor arrivals set new record Auckland welcomed the most international visitors ever to the city in December 2013 to cap off a record year, according to the latest results from Statistics New Zealand. International arrivals ..... More >>

84. New Zealand Sand Castle Competition - this Saturday!

05 February 2014 4:48pm | The Palms

The Palms is Giving Kids a Free Pass to Get Their Hands Dirty for Kids-n-Kastles Competition As Kiwis, frequenting the beach over summer is a given. It's not a real summer until the gang has headed to the beach, picnic basket and sunscreen in ..... More >>

85. Auckland Transport helping get to big events this weekend

11 February 2014 11:21am | Auckland Transport

Whether you're off to the NRL Auckland Nines, rapping along with Eminem or taking the family to the Auckland Lantern Festival this weekend there are public transport options to help get you there and home again. On Saturday large crowds are expected ..... More >>

86. Easter Show Returns to ASB Showgrounds April 17th - 21st

10 March 2014 5:11pm | The Coca-Cola Easter Show

With a massive line-up of entertainment, circus acts, rides and exhibits, plus an A&P Show that has been running for more than 160 years, the Coca-Cola Easter Show has a special place in the hearts and minds of New Zealanders... More >>

87. Gifts and inducements kept secret by funding board

11 March 2014 12:43pm | Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust

The secretive Auckland Regional Amenities Funding Board is refusing to release its confidential "gifts and inducements register" which details which of its members have received free tickets from the orchestra, theatre and opera businesses it funds ..... More >>

88. Lanes closing on Wellesley Street East for cycleway project

19 March 2014 12:06pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

Big changes affecting all drivers using Wellesley Street East in central Auckland are planned from next Monday (24 March) for necessary work linked to the NZ Transport Agency's Grafton Gully cycleway project... More >>

89. Celebrations in 2014 at Rangi Ruru

21 March 2014 11:35am | Ali Jones Public Relations

This year will see the Rangi Ruru family coming together to mark the school's 125th anniversary. Rangi Ruru Girls' School was founded in 1889 by Miss Helen Gibson, and was administered by her and her sisters for nearly 60 years. The Gibson sisters; ..... More >>

90. Police interview man on West Coast over Christchurch murder

31 March 2014 10:48am | New Zealand Police

Christchurch Police investigating the homicide of a 24 year old Christchurch woman have travelled to the West Coast this morning to interview a man arrested after an attack on two tourists... More >>

91. Recognition for two Palmerston North eldercare initiatives

10 April 2014 3:07pm | Palmerston North City Council

Bringing library services to the door of the infirm and sharing memories with dementia care residents are two Palmerston North City Council initiatives that were recognised at the Eldercare Innovation Awards in Singapore last week. The Palmerston North Living ..... More >>

92. Man Bitten by Dog during Dispute

13 April 2014 4:14pm | New Zealand Police

Police were called to an incident between neighbours in whangaparaoa at about 11.20 this morning during which time one man suffered injuries to his leg after being attacked by another man's dog... More >>

93. Buskers battle it out to open for Blues and Roots Festival

14 April 2014 1:24pm | Queenstown Blues and Roots Festival

It's a 'battle of the buskers' this coming Easter Saturday (19 April 2014) as some of Queenstown's finest musicians compete for the opportunity of a lifetime - to perform as the opening act at the Queenstown Blues & Roots Festival... More >>

94. Outdoor Award for Save Fiordland

15 April 2014 11:30am | Save Fiordland

Save Fiordland is proud to receive the Wilderness Magazine - Conservation or Access Initiative of the Year Award. This award was decided by national popular vote and demonstrates the support for ..... More >>

95. Missing American tourist located

15 April 2014 12:50pm | New Zealand Police

Police have located American tourist Bob Kuhmann who had sparked a missing persons investigation after failing to arrive at booked accommodation on the West Coast. .. More >>

96. Kaikohe woman who starved dog to death sentenced

15 April 2014 2:11pm | SPCA

A Kaikohe woman who chained up a dog and starved it to death was sentenced today in the Kaikohe District Court. .. More >>

97. Leave the driving to the experts

16 April 2014 3:42pm | Auckland Transport

Leave the driving to the experts - take public transport to the ITM 500 Auckland V8 Supercars .. More >>

98. 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 >>

99. Award honours creative public building

28 July 2005 11:09am | Auckland Regional Council

A new visitor centre at the Auckland Botanic Gardens has won a prestigious award from Creative New Zealand... More >>

100. Images from RNZAF Queen St Parade

01 April 2008 3:34pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Images from today's Charter parade up Queen Street, Auckland by airmen and women of the Royal New Zealand Air Force to mark the 71st anniversary of the RNZAF.. More >>


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