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1. Friday, busy night for Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter

01 March 2015 11:11am | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

The Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to a farm south of Morrinsville at approximately 8pm on Friday evening. A 14 year old local boy had come off his motorbike in a hilly farm paddock. He was treated for neck and back injuries at the ..... More >>

2. Rider flown to hospital in a critical condition

01 March 2015 10:27am | New Zealand Police

At about 3.30pm today Police attended a single vehicle crash involving a motorcycle with a single rider on the Kopu Hikuai Road. A male rider has been flown to hospital in a critical condition... More >>

3. Rotorua Rescue Helicopter 2 callout Saturday afternoon

01 March 2015 11:13am | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

The Rotorua based BayTrust Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Okere (North of Rotorua) on Saturday afternoon to assist ambulance crews with a man suffering from a medical event... More >>

4. Sky Tower lighting tops off Chinese New Year celebrations

17 February 2015 2:45pm | SKYCITY

Sky Tower lighting tops off 16 days of Chinese New Year celebrations at SKYCITY The Sky Tower will don the traditional colours of red and gold to celebrate Chinese New Year, from 18 February to 5 March* Chinese New Year will see 16 days of celebration ..... More >>

5. Manurewa to host Guinness World Record Ice-Cream event

27 February 2015 9:42am | Auckland Council

Manurewa will be hosting a Guinness World Record attempt at this Saturday's Manurewa community day, where an attempt will be made to create the world's longest ice-cream sundae... More >>

6. 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 >>

7. KYCITY Auckland celebrates the Chinese New Year

04 February 2015 12:09pm | SKYCITY

SKYCITY Auckland is marking the Lunar New Year with 16 days of celebrations including a stunning fireworks display coinciding with the closing of Auckland Lantern Festival. .. More >>

8. Warning signs up at Takapuna beach over water quality issue

27 February 2015 1:04pm | Auckland Council

Warning signs up at Takapuna beach over water quality issue Auckland Council has placed warning signs at Takapuna beach week advising swimmers and other beach users of poor water quality. Indicators of poor water quality were found by the council's ..... More >>

9. 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 >>

10. Helicopter attends to multiple motorcycle accidents

01 March 2015 10:52am | Philips Search and Rescue Trust

The Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter transported two boys with suspected leg fractures from an isolated west coast beach south of Port Waikato this evening. The boys were both riding motorbikes on the beach when they collided with each other. They were ..... More >>

11. The Mountain must come to Auckland

27 February 2015 1:15pm | Protect Karangahake Group

With the impending mining of Mt Karangahake on their doorstep, Coromandel Peninsula locals are bringing the issue to your doorstep, asking Aucklanders to lend a hand to help protect a beloved holiday-destination... More >>

12. Australian NRL teams head to Napier's McLean Park

26 February 2015 12:58pm | Napier City Council

Thursday 26 February, 2015 Napier's McLean Park is expecting a big crowd after confirmation the Melbourne Storm will host a 'home' game against St George Illawarra at the iconic ground. Melbourne Storm has today announced that it will play the NRL ..... More >>

13. Road Diversions - Great North Road, New Lynn

01 March 2015 10:47am | New Zealand Police

A serious vehicle crash occurred on Great North Road, Grey Lynn at about 3.36am today. .. More >>

14. Swimming Holes a Plenty in Rotorua

08 January 2015 3:45pm | Destination Rotorua Marketing

We're a nation of water lovers and swimming is a pastime which virtually every New Zealander can claim as a birth right. And nothing compares to the freedom of taking a refreshing plunge in the untamed waters of one of nature's beautiful swimming ..... More >>

15. Independent company to survey Aucklanders on transport

27 February 2015 3:32pm | Auckland Council

A quantitative survey, asking 4,200 Aucklanders for their views on fixing and funding transport, has started as part of Auckland Council's 10-year budget consultation. .. More >>

16. Keith Spry pool re-opens its doors

24 February 2015 9:56am | Wellington City Council

After ten months of major renovations, Keith Spry will re-open its doors to the public on Saturday 28 February. Mayor Celia Wade-Brown will officially open the facility at 11.30am, after which invited guests will be able to go for a swim to test out ..... More >>

17. 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 >>

18. Man charged with cultivating cannabis in Canterbury

28 February 2015 10:19am | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police based in Ashburton executed a search warrant at a property in Hinds, Mid Canterbury, today (27 February 2015) as part of an ongoing prevention operation, Operation Jasmine, to disrupt the cultivation and supply of cannabis in Canterbury... More >>

19. Auckland to open ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Fanzone

11 February 2015 4:17pm | ATEED

Auckland's non-stop summer is set to continue at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Fanzone in the Britomart Precinct, where almost every tournament match will be screened live and free to the public... More >>

20. Whangarei homicide investigation continues

26 February 2015 9:44am | New Zealand Police

Police are continuing their inquiries following the discovery of the bodies of a man and woman at a Riverside house in Whangarei early this morning. .. More >>

21. Rangiora High School BoT Dissolution - Statement

26 February 2015 10:30am | Ali Jones Public Relations

The following can be attributed to David Turnbull, who is chair of the Rangiora High School Board of Trustees, until 10am today when a Commissioner will be gazetted. Further to media reports relating to a Commissioner being appointed at Rangiora High ..... More >>

22. Two-vehicle crash on McLeans Island Road

28 February 2015 10:18am | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police investigations are continuing following a two vehicle crash on McLeans Island Road shortly after 12 noon today (27 February 2015). Witnesses report that a silver Suzuki Swift rental car was turning right onto McLeans Island Road ..... More >>

23. 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 >>

24. Wellington City Council joins calls for TPPA benefits

26 February 2015 8:22pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council has voted to join nine other councils around the country in urging the Government to ensure the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership and Free Trade Agreement (TPPA) protects New Zealand's interests and does not jeopardise ..... More >>

25. Iwi Guards Positioned At Maungatautari Ecological Island

08 April 2011 1:02pm | Carlin Valenti

Events have taken a dangerous and militant turn at the Maungatautari Ecological Island project as new controller of the project, Ngati Koroki Kahukura, has placed sentries at the entry gates on Tari Road, at Pukeatua in the Waikato. Last week the Maori ..... More >>

26. Best Baches in New Zealand Revealed in Golden Piwa Awards

07 October 2013 3:50pm | Bookabach

Over 3,000 Kiwis have voted in the inaugural Bookabach Golden Piwa Awards to reveal the best baches, cribs and holiday homes in the country, just in time for the summer holiday season... More >>

27. Operation Thatch Update

27 February 2015 3:32pm | New Zealand Police

Police have released the names of the two people who died following an incident at a Dundas Road address in Whangarei in the early hours of yesterday morning. .. More >>

28. Five people rescued from the rocks in darkness

28 February 2015 3:30pm | Coastguard Northern Region

At 2107 hours last night a distress call was heard by Coastguard's Operation Centre on marine VHF Radio from a vessel that had hit rocks near The Noises in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf... More >>

29. 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 >>

30. Dogs poisoned by Karaka berries in Wellington suburbs

19 February 2014 9:57am | NZVA

Dogs poisoned by Karaka berries in Wellington suburbs Veterinarians in western Wellington suburbs have reported treating dogs poisoned by karaka berries, according to the New Zealand Veterinary Association (NZVA). Dr Brendon Bullen, a representative of ..... More >>

31. Fire highlights the need for action on youth homelessness

16 September 2014 11:21am | Lifewise

The death of young Christchurch resident, Corey James Mclean, over the weekend highlights the growing problem of youth homelessness in New Zealand. With more than half of New Zealand's homeless under the age of 25, youth homelessness is not only an economic ..... More >>

32. Auckland's first two digital speed cameras go live

03 December 2014 10:27am | New Zealand Police

A new generation of fixed speed cameras arrives in Auckland tomorrow (Thursday 4 December), with two new cameras going live in Totara Park. .. More >>

33. Police appeal for witnesses after man injured

26 February 2015 3:45pm | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police are appealing to the public for help after a man was taken by ambulance to Christchurch Hospital with unexplained head injuries this morning (26 February 2015). .. More >>

34. Walk The Talk says Ngāti Manu

27 February 2015 10:49am | Ngati Manu

This Friday will mark the significant agreement between Ngāti Manu and Far North Holdings Ltd in a Mana Whenua acknowledgement for the protection of Opua waterways and Taumārere River... More >>

35. Serious Crash on SH29 at the Kaimai Ranges

08 December 2013 10:23am | New Zealand Police

SH29 was blocked this afternoon for 1& 1/2 hours when Emergency Services were called to a serious crash on the Waikato side of SH29. The collision occurred approximately 400 meters east of the SH28 and SH29 intersection... More >>

36. Serious crash - Napier Taupo Road (SH5) - Eastern

02 January 2014 10:30am | New Zealand Police

Emergency Services are currently dealing with a serious crash on the Napier -Taupo Road (SH5) near Te Haroto. .. More >>

37. AA free driving lessons launch in Palmerston North

10 February 2014 11:04am | Automobile Association

AA free driving lessons launch in Palmerston North The AA Driving School has extended its free driving lesson programme to include Palmerston North. Since July 2013, the AA progressively expanded the reach of its free driving lesson programme to drivers ..... More >>

38. Courtesy needed in Pandora Pond

17 October 2014 4:18pm | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Courtesy needed in Pandora Pond Everyone who uses Pandora Pond in Napier for recreation or sport needs to consider other users, says Harbourmaster Phil Norman. "There is increasing concern about the amount of use the Pond is getting for all sorts of ..... More >>

39. Free Franklin Family Fun this Children's Day

19 February 2015 12:33pm | Franklin Youth Advisory Board

Sunday 1 March will see Franklin's biggest and best Children's Day celebration yet! .. More >>

40. Unexplained Death - Whangarei

27 February 2015 9:14am | New Zealand Police

At about 0308hrs on the 27th February Police were advised of a male on Bank Street between the Cameron Street and Vine Street intersections that was unresponsive. .. More >>

41. Finances show further investment in Auckland

27 February 2015 1:59pm | Auckland Council

The Auckland Council Group financial results for the six months to 31 December 2014 have been released today. It shows an on-going commitment to investing in priority areas across Auckland while providing value for money. "Aucklanders can have confidence ..... More >>

42. Police arrest three following disorder in North New Brighton

28 February 2015 10:16am | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police investigations into a disorder incident near the BP Connect QEII at approximately 7pm on 24 February 2015 has resulted in three people being arrested. Witness reported a heated verbal exchange between two groups of boys escalated into ..... More >>

43. Police investigating suspected arson

28 February 2015 10:59am | New Zealand Police

Manawatu CIB is currently investigating a suspected arson that occurred at a residential address in Ormond Street, Woodville, at approximately 1am today. .. More >>

44. 12 knot speed limit for inner Waitemata

29 March 2007 3:00pm | Auckland Regional Council

The ARC Harbourmaster is introducing a restricted zone between the Auckland Harbour Bridge and North Head, on the inner Waitemata Harbour... More >>

45. 18 of 31 Tagged Morepork Found Dead Day Before 1080 Drop

08 July 2011 4:56pm | The Graf Boys

On October 3rd, 2010, 25,000 hectares of the Waitutu Forest, in the Fiordland National Park, was aerially poisoned with 1080.The following comment was posted by a DoC employee on Facebook on June 28, 2011.. More >>

46. SH29 across the Kaimai's has been closed

17 December 2011 11:59am | New Zealand Police

Western Bay of Plenty Police are advising that SH29 across the Kaimai's has been closed due to contamination of the road surface. A truck transiting the road has deposited tallow along the road and the road surface is now extremely slippery to ..... More >>

47. Waikato-Tainui Kapa Haka Success

25 February 2013 9:02am | Waikato-Tainui

Today's success by Waikato-Tainui kapa haka groups, Te Iti Kahurangi and Te Pou O Mangatawhiri, at the national kapa haka festival in Rotorua is expected to boost the popularity of this traditional performing art amongst tribal members. The Te ..... More >>

48. Confirmation of dog excercise park for Kaipatiki

27 May 2013 12:34pm | John Gillon

"I'm very pleased that the creation a Dog Exercise Park for the Kaipatiki area has been confirmed by the Kaipatiki Local Board. The establishment of a dog park in our area was one of the issues that I campaigned on at the 2010 election, and ..... More >>

49. 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 >>

50. Gay.co.nz Seeds New Zealand

06 November 2013 3:18pm | Gay.co.nz

gay.co.nz announced the launch today of a major upgrade to New Zealand's largest gay personals website and new mobile application called "Seed". .. More >>

51. NZ reaches one million Visa payWave transactions

21 November 2013 12:57pm | Visa

New Zealand - 21 November 2013 - For the first time New Zealanders made more than one million Visa payWave transactions1 last month, marking a significant milestone since contactless cards were launched in 2011... More >>

52. Auckland Lantern Festival bigger and brighter than ever

17 December 2013 1:00pm | ATEED

Auckland Lantern Festival bigger and brighter than ever Next year's Auckland Lantern Festival is set to be the biggest and brightest yet, with entertainment and celebrations spread across two sites and four nights. As well as the spectacular illuminations, ..... More >>

53. New web cam provides window to the beach

29 January 2014 12:46pm | Horizons Regional Council

Beach goers will now be able to check conditions at Himitangi Beach without even leaving the house thanks to a new web camera installed by Horizons Regional Council this month... More >>

54. 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 >>

55. Road closure update - Tauranga

18 April 2014 11:31am | New Zealand Police

State Highway 36, the Tauranga direct route will remain closed for the most of the day. Roading contractors are working to clear the road and ensure road safety. .. More >>

56. It's all happening at Christchurch Hospital - from next week

26 September 2014 12:17pm | Canterbury District Health Board

With the appointment of Schick Contracting and Cartage to carry out site preparation work within the Christchurch hospital grounds, the public can expect to see some changes around Christchurch Hospital over the coming weeks... More >>

57. LK open their newest store at Stonefields, Auckland

16 October 2014 2:24pm | Liquor King

Innovative liquor retailer LK is not letting the grass grow under its feet - or perhaps it is, in taking its newest store to Stonefields, the new village suburb that rose from the ashes of Auckland's former Mt Wellington quarry... More >>

58. Kopu-Hikuai Road (SH25A) closed Monday November 10

06 November 2014 4:33pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

The Kopu-Hikuai Road will be closed to traffic for three hours from 8pm, Monday November 10. .. More >>

59. Extra Coromandel rubbish collections start from Boxing Day

23 December 2014 12:28pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Most Coromandel townships begin receiving additional rubbish and recycling collections from this Friday, changing from fortnightly recycling collections to weekly collections as well as extra weekly collection days... More >>

60. Water restrictions unlikely for Auckland

20 January 2015 11:48am | Watercare Services

Councils across the country are imposing water restrictions as dry weather begins to bite, but Auckland is unlikely to have to follow suit, despite a continuing spell of sweltering summer days... More >>

61. Comments On Auckland 10-Year Plan

23 January 2015 10:30am | No More Rates

Residential Ratepayers to be slogged with $100 million extra on rates while business rates go down. .. More >>

62. Grant Smith has been elected mayor of Palmerston North

11 February 2015 11:23am | Palmerston North City Council

The preliminary result of the Palmerston North City Council mayoral by-election was announced by the Electoral Officer at 7pm, Tuesday 10 February. Candidate Vote Count Iteration Smith, Grant 11469 8 Utikere, Tangi 9249 8 Findlay, Lew 5625 7 Dennison, ..... More >>

63. Homicide Investigation - Otaihanga, Paraparaumu - Wellington

15 February 2015 10:25am | New Zealand Police

15 February 2015 Homicide Investigation Launched At about 1.45pm on Saturday 14 February 2015, Kapiti Police were called to a residential address at Otaihanga, north of Paraparaumu. .. More >>

64. Original Kilbirnie Festival finds new home

16 February 2015 1:02pm | Kilbirnie Festival

Never fear, Wellington, the original Kilbirnie Festival is here to stay and it's going to be more spectacular than ever. .. More >>

65. Transgender woman's arm broken by police at pride parade

22 February 2015 11:05am | No Pride in Prisons

Three peaceful protesters, from the group "No Pride in Prisons", were assaulted by police at Auckland's LGBT pride parade. The protesters were marching in opposition to the police and corrections presence in the parade... More >>

66. Arrowtown Athenaeum Hall Capacity

25 February 2015 3:45pm | Queenstown Lakes District Council

The Queenstown Lakes District Council has temporarily reduced the capacity of the Arrowtown Athenaeum Hall based on an earthquake inspection, but does not need to close the building. The hall was originally built in 1870, with significant alternations ..... More >>

67. Fatal Crash State Highway 2 Whakamarama

27 February 2015 10:53am | New Zealand Police

At approximately 5.30pm this evening emergency services were called to a fatal crash on State Highway 2, Whakamarama, Western Bay of Plenty. .. More >>

68. Auckland's new comedy venue set to open

27 February 2015 11:10am | The Maple

The Montecristo is set to sing and dance with arms wide open as the brand new independent comedy venue for the 2015 NZ International Comedy Festival. The scene of many legendary gigs and events over the years, The Montecristo will be the stage for many more as ..... More >>

69. ONLY 96 hours left to vote for Queenstown!

27 February 2015 12:21pm | Filter

Today, Queenstown sits in the top 15 out of 80 cities around the world all vying for a place on the global Monopoly Here & Now: World Edition game board. For New Zealand to get printed on the board we need to keep Queenstown in the top 20... More >>

70. Farmers urged to watch out for health as big dry grinds on

27 February 2015 2:15pm | Waikato Regional Council

Farmers in Waikato and South Auckland are being urged to watch out for their health as the stress of managing in the extremely dry conditions this summer grinds on. A multi-agency teleconference today heard that soil moisture remained low in the ..... More >>

71. Police name two deceased in Whangarei

27 February 2015 2:49pm | New Zealand Police

Police have released the names of the two people who died following an incident at a Dundas Road address in Whangarei in the early hours of yesterday morning. .. More >>

72. Last Patients Moved from Kingseat Today

28 July 1999 11:17am | Selwyn Manning - Scoop Auckland

Today, Kingseat Hospital will be officially closed. The last patients held in the former mental institution will be moved off the rural complex and transported to a newly refurbished secure mental health unit on Bairds Road in Otara... More >>

73. Dog exercise areas in Auckland city

31 March 2004 5:37pm | Auckland City Council

Auckland City has increased the number of designated dog exercise areas throughout the city from 81 to 128. The council has recently completed a review of the city's dog exercise areas. The review involved extensive discussion with community board ..... More >>

74. Council steps up 'Buckle Up' Campaign 2004

18 June 2004 10:46am | Manukau City Council

Manukau City Council says more parents should 'buckle up' their children after finding that Manukau City has the lowest rates for using child restraints in the world... More >>

75. Celebrating Otaki Community Vision

04 October 2006 12:30am | Kapiti Coast District Council

Dancing to local Kapiti groups Rhythm Plant and 1st Nation will be one of several ways to celebrate the release of Greater Otaki Project's Vision this Saturday (October7)... More >>

76. Wharf for Takapuna

11 October 2006 3:30pm | North Shore City

North Shore City Council in conjunction with ARTA have provided funding for ferry wharves to be developed at Takapuna and Browns Bay in their long term plans to provide new ferry commuter services... More >>

77. 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 >>

78. Phil Dunstan for Mayor

24 August 2007 12:16am | Phil Dunston

Just when you thought the fat lady was singing, Queenstown businessman Phil Dunstan announced at 11.38am today [Friday 24 August] that he will stand for Mayor of the Queenstown Lakes District Council in the local body elections... More >>

79. 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 >>

80. Air Force Search For Missing Teens in Ruatoki

25 August 2009 10:15am | New Zealand Defence Force

An Iroquois helicopter from No 3 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force launched from Ohakea Air Force Base at 7am this morning to assist the Police search for three teenagers missing in the Ruatoki Valley area, 15kms south of Whakatane. Three teenagers, ..... More >>

81. 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 >>

82. REMONDIS - The Auckland Waste Management Specialists

01 December 2011 2:01pm | Remondis

REMONDIS formerly known as Metrowaste are Waste Solution Specialists that provide eco-friendly waste disposal and recycling solutions throughout the Greater Auckland, Auckland Central/ West Region and Rodney District. REMONDIS services cover 82,000 ..... More >>

83. Let's ease up on the drink these holidays

21 December 2011 12:20pm | Upper Hutt City Council

Upper Hutt City Council is encouraging people to plan their parties or celebrations these holidays to make sure no one drinks too much and gets hurt. .. More >>

84. Local government reform - submissions open

16 May 2012 6:59pm | Wellington City Council

Submissions have opened today (16 May) for Wellingtonians wanting to have their say on options for the possible future shape of local government in the region. .. More >>

85. Scallop season opening for Auckland and Kermadec Areas

30 August 2012 9:41am | Ministry For Primary Industries

On 1 September 2012 the recreational scallop season will officially open in the Auckland and Kermadec Fishery Management Area. .. More >>

86. Rare penguins delighting Milford Sound visitors

10 September 2012 2:20pm | Southern Discoveries

Media release from Southern Discoveries 10 September 2012 Rare penguins delighting Milford Sound visitors Some of the world's most rare penguins are putting on a show for delighted visitors to New Zealand's Milford Sound. Visitors and guides ..... More >>

87. Palmerston North City Library restructure

27 October 2012 12:48pm | Palmerston North City Council

Saturday 27 October Management level first to change in Palmerston North City Library and Community Services restructure Aimed at improving integration of services relevant to the changing needs of city residents the Palmerston North City Library and Community ..... More >>

88. Lower Your Shower Flow-Rate And Save Bucket Loads

15 February 2013 11:32am | Upper Hutt City Council

UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 14 FEB 2013-How low is your flow? A simple measuring exercise you can do at home will tell you whether you could save money by installing a more efficient showerhead. Upper Hutt City Council is providing residents with ..... More >>

89. Customs warns fake ecstasy importers and users

11 April 2013 12:18pm | New Zealand Customs Service

Customs says the sentencing of an unemployed Invercargill man yesterday to two years' imprisonment for importing over $21,000 worth of the ecstasy mimic, bk-MDMA, sends a clear warning to all such importers that they will be caught and prosecuted. Justin ..... More >>

90. Polyanthus pack a punch in winter gardens

27 May 2013 10:18am | Awapuni Nurseries

There's no argument winter gardens don't have the same degree of colour as spring ones. .. More >>

91. SH29 Kaimai - Fatal Crash - Car v Truck

21 June 2013 9:23am | New Zealand Police

At about 8:15 am this morning there was a fatal crash at the intersection of SH29 and Ruahihi Road, Tauranga. This crash involve an unladen logging truck and one other vehicle... More >>

92. Mackelvie Street 'head turner' wins top architecture award

17 October 2013 12:27pm | Passion PR

Ponsonby's Mackelvie Street Shopping Precinct has won a Commercial Architecture award at the 2013 Auckland Architecture Awards. .. More >>

93. Iconic North Island station up for sale

14 November 2013 3:17pm | Bayleys

One of the most highly valued sheep and beef farms in New Zealand has been placed on the market for sale. Mangaohane is located just off the Taihape to Napier Highway, and is nestled between the pristine Rangitikei River renowned for trophy brown trout ..... More >>

94. New John Walsh print to aid National Whale Centre

26 November 2013 11:50am | National Whale Centre

Leading New Zealand artist, John Walsh, has offered his haunting depiction of a whale He Whanaunga, as the third in a series of artists' prints to raise funds for the proposed National Whale Centre in Marlborough... More >>

95. Final update from crash - Napier -Taupo Road - Eastern

02 January 2014 11:33am | New Zealand Police

The last person has finally been extracted from the crashed van and will soon be flown to Hawkes Bay Hospital. There are currently 5 already at hospital with the 6 month old baby and one adult in a critical condition. The remaining people are ..... More >>

96. The rise and rise of success coach Catherine Newton

19 February 2014 3:23pm | MediaPA

Auckland's Catherine Newton is an internationally recognised success mentor, speaker and author whose services are highly sought after. MediaPA's Lee Stace caught up with her to chart her rise to the top... More >>

97. State Highway 29 - Poike Road roundabout major maintenance

05 June 2014 3:25pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

The NZ Transport Agency advises motorists who travel through the Poike Road roundabout on State Highway 29 (SH29) that major night works will be commencing on Sunday 8 June... More >>

98. Start planning for Seaweek 2015

22 July 2014 2:13pm | Seaweek

The New Zealand Association for Environment Education is delighted to announce the dates and theme for its flagship event Seaweek for 2015. .. More >>

99. Wellington's First Street Count of Rough Sleepers

08 August 2014 12:49pm | Jeremy Wilkinson

Last night 50 volunteers helped in Wellington's first ever count of rough sleepers. The project was headed by Te Aro Health Centre, the Soup Kitchen, and Wellington City Council. .. More >>

100. Business events to boost Auckland's visitor economy

12 August 2014 4:49pm | Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development

Auckland is poised to significantly build its visitor economy with the help of a 10-year Business Events Plan designed to grow the value of the conventions sector to a $430 million industry by 2023... More >>

 

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