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1. Three arrested in Panmure shooting

28 June 2015 4:06pm | New Zealand Police

Auckland City District Police have arrested three males following extensive inquiries into a firearms incident in Panmure at 4.30am this morning (28.06.15) .. More >>

2. Pre-loading at Mardi Gras concerns

29 June 2015 2:30pm | New Zealand Police

While the overall behaviour at the Ohakune Mountain Mardi Gras was good, Ohakune Police say that the number of heavily intoxicated people who had pre-loaded before attending the event was concerning... More >>

3. EDS concerned New Zealand leading world into extinction

28 June 2015 4:56pm | Environmental Defence Society

"Our precious biodiversity is under extreme pressure, from a whole range of threats," said EDS's Senior Policy Analyst, Dr Marie Brown. .. More >>

4. Hawera infant identified

29 June 2015 11:24am | New Zealand Police

Taranaki Police can now release the name of the 2-year-old girl, who died on Friday 26 June, 2015 at a Hawera residential property. .. More >>

5. Valuable Hawke's Bay Archives Centralised and Online

25 June 2015 10:56am | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Hawke's Bay Regional Council archives are now searchable online, and include such treasures as a 1931 minute book recording that a board meeting was disbanded due to a severe earthquake. HBRC has used Archives Central in Fielding, a unit of Manawatu ..... More >>

6. Double Fatal Crash (Update)

28 June 2015 4:03pm | New Zealand Police

Serious Crash State One - North end Terrace Tunnel Wellington Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash at the northern end of the Terrace Tunnel Wellington. .. More >>

7. Local communities benefit from Urban Cycleways Programme

25 June 2015 5:09pm | Local Government NZ

Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) is pleased to confirm that 17 regions around New Zealand will benefit from Urban Cycleways Programme developments over the next three years... More >>

8. The Coromandel Beyond 2025

27 June 2015 10:03am | Destination Coromandel

The Coromandel was recently voted New Zealand's number one holiday destination. Retaining this status while growing visitor spend to $500 million by 2025 was the catalyst for developing the region's new tourism strategy, Beyond 2025. .. More >>

9. Final pre-cast concrete segment is poured for Waterview

27 June 2015 10:27am | New Zealand Transport Agency

Final pre-cast concrete segment is poured for the Waterview tunnel The last pre-cast concrete piece in the giant Waterview tunnel puzzle has been produced today. .. More >>

10. Auction highlights the realities of homelessness in Auckland

26 June 2015 3:30pm | Lifewise

Lifewise has teamed up with Trade Me to highlight the growing problem of homelessness in New Zealand, with a unique auction that promises the "ultimate B&B experience". .. More >>

11. Iconic new drinking fountains encourage bottle re-use

29 June 2015 9:59am | Rotorua Lakes Council

Iconic drinking water fountains are being installed at key community locations around Rotorua to encourage re-use of plastic bottles. "The aim is ultimately to reduce the amount of plastic waste the city generates," says Councillor Janet Wepa, who ..... More >>

12. 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 >>

13. Pahiatua Track Reopens

26 June 2015 2:53pm | Palmerston North City Council

The Pahiatua Track which links Palmerston North with the Tararua District will reopen this afternoon at 4pm. The Track was closed by two large land slips, which came down during the storm on Saturday. Roading contractors managed to clear one of the slips ..... More >>

14. Environment website wades deeper into water data

29 June 2015 12:53pm | Hawkes Bay Regional Council

Environmental monitoring website Land Air Water Aotearoa (LAWA) is expanding its repertoire, offering more data about New Zealand's most valuable natural resource, water. .. More >>

15. Police investigating death of 2-year-old

29 June 2015 9:24am | New Zealand Police

Emergency Services were called to a Hawera address at about 11pm on Friday 26 June, 2015. .. More >>

16. 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 >>

17. 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 >>

18. Unprecedented support for North Canterbury

26 June 2015 4:11pm | Federated Farmers

In an unprecedented first, a group of North Canterbury stock agents and meat processors have agreed to collectively work together with Federated Farmers as the coordinator and the Rural Support Trust to help farmers affected by the drought for the good ..... More >>

19. Queenstown Winter Festival Closes with Spectacular Carnival

28 June 2015 5:03pm | Queenstown Winter Festival

The 10 day American Express Queenstown Winter Festival comes to a spectacular close this evening with the Auckland Airport Community Carnival. .. More >>

20. Partnership to provide rental housing for homeless

29 June 2015 3:18pm | Christchurch City Council

Partnership to provide rental housing for homeless A new partnership between Christchurch City Council and the Christchurch Methodist Mission will help to provide rental housing for the city's homeless. The Council has agreed to allocate $130,000 from its Social ..... More >>

21. Public ping pong table in inner city

29 June 2015 10:29am | Rotorua Lakes Council

An idea that came out of Rotorua Lakes Council's (RLC) inner city Ideas Store last year has been transformed into reality, and a new recreation opportunity for locals and visitors to the city... More >>

22. Police call for witnesses to Clevedon crash

26 June 2015 4:40pm | New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police Serious Crash Unit is looking for information on a fatal crash which occurred early yesterday (25 June 2015) morning on Papakura Clevedon Road... More >>

23. Art and shopping combine in the Lower Hutt CBD

29 June 2015 11:29am | Hutt City Council

The Central Hutt Art Trail (CHAT) is back today until 26 July with local artists invited to display their work in one of 19 Lower Hutt CBD retailers. .. More >>

24. Suspicious package prompts Hamilton bomb scare

29 June 2015 3:22pm | New Zealand Police

Hamilton Police, liasing with the local council and New Zealand Defence Force to secure a suspicious package found in a City park this morning, said the person who found the item did exactly the right thing... More >>

25. New integrated plan for Auckland's ancestral mountains

25 June 2015 12:50pm | Auckland Council

The Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority is developing a management plan that will set the foundations for how Auckland's Tūpuna Maunga (ancestral mountains), or volcanic cones are valued, restored, protected and managed in the future. .. More >>

26. Saving lives in the Coromandel wins a supreme Policing award

26 June 2015 4:21pm | New Zealand Police

A community partnership established to prevent holiday maker fatalities has won the overall supreme award in this year's Problem-Oriented Policing (POP) awards. .. More >>

27. World stage next for Safe Summer Coromandel project

26 June 2015 4:30pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

A project born after 13 people died on the Coromandel over the summer of 2010-11 has just won the Best Partnership category and took out the overall Best Problem Solving Project at the New Zealand finals of the Problem Orientated Policing Awards... More >>

28. Three survive Westland helicopter crash

28 June 2015 11:49am | New Zealand Police

Three people have survived a helicopter crash on Poerua Glacier in Westland National Park this morning. .. More >>

29. Tertiary provider sentenced after forestry accident

29 June 2015 3:13pm | WorkSafe NZ

Waiariki Institute of Technology was sentenced today and ordered to pay reparation of $40,000 after a tutor was seriously injured during a forest operations course. .. More >>

30. Peter Conway - Family Statement

09 June 2015 4:14pm | Council of Trade Unions

Peter Conway deeply loved life partner of Liz, father of Maddy, Sean and Rosa, died in Wellington today 9th June after battling a depressive illness for more than 12 months... More >>

31. 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 >>

32. Final conditions at Ruataniwha Dam

26 June 2015 7:48am | Forest and Bird

Forest & Bird is welcoming the rejection of changes to the consent conditions being sought by backers of the Ruataniwha Dam in Hawke's Bay. The Board of Inquiry found the changes would "undermine the environmental outcome the condition seeks ..... More >>

33. Large Scale Damage to Ruapehu Roads

26 June 2015 10:04am | Ruapehu District Council

Large Scale Damage to Ruapehu Roads - Initial Pipiriki Access Will Be for Emergencies & Supplies Only When Ruapehu District Council (RDC) contractors reopen the Pipiriki-Raetihi Rd in an estimated three to seven days it will initially be for four wheel drive ..... More >>

34. Long Term Plan sets city up for the future

26 June 2015 1:26pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council today adopted a Long Term Plan that will set the city up for the future by spending $9.9 billion over the next 10 years. Mayor Lianne Dalziel says the Plan allows the Council to retain strategic assets - the airport, port ..... More >>

35. Eden Project Co-Founder to speak in Christchurch

23 June 2015 3:01pm | PerceptionPR

Sir Tim Smit, co-founder of the international tourism attraction The Eden Project in Cornwall and the CEO David Harland, are visiting Christchurch next week to support efforts to develop a New Zealand Eden in the Red Zone... More >>

36. 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 >>

37. Tukituki Catchment Proposal Board of Inquiry Decision

25 June 2015 1:28pm | Environmental Protection Authority

The Tukituki Catchment Proposal Board of Inquiry (the Board) has today released its final decision in relation to the matters referred back to them by the High Court. .. More >>

38. New Chief of Staff for Auckland Mayor

26 June 2015 2:18pm | Auckland Council

New Chief of Staff for Auckland Mayor Barry Ebert has been appointed as Chief of Staff to Auckland Mayor Len Brown. .. More >>

39. 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 >>

40. Volunteers keep Silver Peaks tracks in top condition

29 June 2015 2:42pm | Department of Conservation

Dunedin's Silver Peaks tracks are in top shape for trampers thanks to the efforts of a small group of dedicated volunteers. .. More >>

41. Northland's inland winter game fishing

12 June 2012 11:31am | Northland Fish and Game

Northland is well known for big game fishing, but as winter rolls around and the seas get rough - there's a different sort of game fishing on offer in some pleasant, sheltered spots... More >>

42. Alex Swney receives jail sentence

24 June 2015 12:51pm | Serious Fraud Office

Former Chief Executive of Heart of the City, Alex Gordon Swney (57) has appeared in the Auckland District Court today. Mr Swney has been sentenced to five years and seven months' imprisonment for charges brought respectively by the Serious Fraud ..... More >>

43. Tindall Foundation Honours Five Inspirational Organisations

25 June 2015 3:56pm | Tindall Foundation

Community and environmental organisations from across the country were honoured for their outstanding contribution to New Zealand at an event at Government House in Auckland this evening. They were presented with special recognition awards by Lt ..... More >>

44. Auckland's economy needs vibrant and successful port

26 June 2015 10:11am | Auckland Chamber of Commerce

The decision of Auckland Council and Ports of Auckland not to challenge the Court decision on the wharf extension has been welcomed by the Auckland Chamber of Commerce. .. More >>

45. Auckland champion announced

26 June 2015 4:39pm | Auckland Council

Sir Bob Harvey has been named as Champion for Auckland - Overseas Investment. The former Waitakere Mayor and Waterfront Auckland Chair will work closely with the Auckland Investment Office and council agencies. Sir Bob's role is to be a champion for ..... More >>

46. RCCNZ coordinates rescue after crash at take-off

29 June 2015 9:51am | Maritime New Zealand

A pilot and two hunters, injured during a helicopter crash at take-off near the Poerua Glacier, north of Franz Josef, were rescued around midday. .. More >>

47. Arrests following serious assault in Kawerau

29 June 2015 1:08pm | New Zealand Police

At approximately 8.30pm on Friday (26 June) ambulance were called to Newall Street, Kawerau. .. More >>

48. Priority work at forefront

29 June 2015 5:10pm | Horizons Regional Council

Agencies from throughout the Horizons Region are prioritising urgent works to be undertaken as the clean-up continues this week. .. More >>

49. Review of Te Arawa Committee aims to strengthen partnership

23 December 2013 9:16am | Rotorua District Council

Review of Te Arawa Committee aims to strengthen iwi partnership with Rotorua District Council Iwi members of Rotorua District Council's Te Arawa Standing Committee are undertaking a review of the committee purpose and functions, aimed at strengthening ..... More >>

50. Family Festival Fun For Matariki In Wellington

25 May 2015 4:28pm | SWPR

Night sky discoveries, storytellers, a flash mob, star weaving and experiencing a night-time tour of six of Wellington's art galleries are just a few of the events and activities for children and families during the Wellington Matariki Festival... More >>

51. Matariki Festival line up revealed

04 June 2015 2:05pm | Auckland Council

Matariki Festival line up revealed A Māori take on Shakespeare's greatest love story, no holds barred kapa haka, and traditional reed boat making are among more than 100 events in this year's Matariki Festival. The festival, celebrating the rise ..... More >>

52. Three key areas for flooding

20 June 2015 3:17pm | Horizons Regional Council

MEDIA RELEASE #3 - Rain Event June 2015 Saturday, June 20, 2015 Three key areas for flooding .. More >>

53. Bank account for emergency flood appeal launched

23 June 2015 3:52pm | New Zealand Post

New Zealand Post had today launched a bank account for people to directly donate to New Zealand Red Cross June 2015 flood appeal. .. More >>

54. Giant geometric artwork for Victoria Street

25 June 2015 12:24pm | Wellington City Council

Victoria Street is about to get an injection of creativity and colour as Wellington artist David Brown turns the side of the four-storey re.SPACE building into a huge geometric artwork. The 11-metre-high mural will be a prominent feature of re.SPACE, ..... More >>

55. New funding a major boost for urban cycling in Auckland

25 June 2015 4:43pm | Auckland Council

Cycling in Auckland will be safer, easier and more enjoyable following today's announcement of the projects to be included in the Government's Urban Cycleways Programme... More >>

56. Commissioning team travel district

29 June 2015 10:20am | Southern District Health Board

The Southern District Health Board Commissioner team, Kathy Grant (Commissioner), Graham Crombie and Richard Thomson (Deputy Commissioners) are travelling the district for the next two weeks for a series of meetings with staff and visits to community ..... More >>

57. Interchange closures for Waterview project

29 June 2015 1:47pm | NZ Transport Agency

Interchange closures for Waterview project The NZ Transport Agency says a series of planned overnight closures on Auckland's busy Great North Road Interchange start next week for work related to the Waterview Connection project. The closures begin ..... More >>

58. RCDA donates $20,000 towards new van for City Mission

29 June 2015 2:20pm | Auckland City Council

Rotary Club of Downtown Auckland (RCDA) has donated $20,000 towards a new van for the Auckland City Mission. .. More >>

59. Opposition to proposed new Johnsonville Liquor Store

29 June 2015 3:07pm | Justin Lester

An application has been made to open a new liquor store at 122 Johnsonville Road and is being met with criticism by local City Councillor Justin Lester. .. More >>

60. New line up for Federated Farmers Southland

25 May 2011 2:13pm | Federated Farmers

Following Federated Farmers Southland Annual General Meeting yesterday, 23 May, the Province elected a new provincial president to replace Rod Pemberton, who is now farming in Central Otago. Hugh Gardyne, a stud and commercial sheep farmer from Waikaka, ..... More >>

61. Bayfair Centre Reveals Faces of Fashion Transformations

24 June 2011 2:31pm | Bayfair Shopping Centre

Fashion and beauty makeovers are the kind of Cinderella stories that people only dream of, but for two local Bay of Plenty women, their style transformation dreams have become a reality thanks to Bayfair Shopping Centre... More >>

62. Panmure Shooting

25 May 2013 12:44pm | New Zealand Police

At around 10.30pm last night, Auckland City Police were called to a residential address in Coates Crescent, Panmure, where a male had been shot. .. More >>

63. Disease is killing 600 sea lion pups at AK Islands

24 February 2014 11:28am | Deepwater Group

The disease Klebsiella pneumoniae is killing Auckland Island sea lions in unsustainable numbers. The Deepwater Group, which represents the squid fishing fleet off the Auckland Islands, has written to Conservation Minister Nick Smith on the eve of his departure ..... More >>

64. 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 >>

65. Clevedon - Fatal Crash - Counties Manukau

09 May 2015 10:00am | New Zealand Police

Fire, Police and Ambulance are at the scene of a fatal crash on the Clevedon-Kawakawa Road, Clevedon. A car collided with a tree at about 3:45am. .. More >>

66. Global crime fighters come to Christchurch

22 June 2015 12:46pm | Christchurch City Council

Eighty expert crime fighters from around the globe will gather in Christchurch tomorrow for the start of the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis (ECCA) Symposium. .. More >>

67. Inland Revenue welcomes Alex Swney jail sentence

24 June 2015 12:49pm | Inland Revenue Department

Inland Revenue has welcomed today's sentencing of Alex Gordon Swney to five years seven months in jail for failing to pay $1.8 million in tax. .. More >>

68. Long Term Plan delivers on Regional Council priorities

25 June 2015 4:16pm | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council has adopted a Long Term Plan that focuses on delivering healthy water and soils, and resilient communities for the Bay. .. More >>

69. Auckland Council adopts 10-year budget

25 June 2015 4:39pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council adopts 10-year budget Auckland Council has adopted its 10-year budget, setting rates, introducing an interim transport levy and agreeing on the level of investment in the region for the next 10 years. General rates will increase ..... More >>

70. Harcourts Rotorua Outdoor Ice Rink to return in September

26 June 2015 10:26am | Rotorua Lakes Council

The Harcourts Rotorua Outdoor Ice Rink will be back in Rotorua this year but later than normal - and with an added attraction. The rink's time in Rotorua this year will coincide with the 2015 September school holidays and will come with an extra ..... More >>

71. New ECT Trustees Appointed

26 June 2015 10:49am | Gisborne District Council

New ECT Trustees Appointed Two new trustees were appointed to the Eastland Community Trust Board at the full meeting of Council yesterday. .. More >>

72. Hamilton Gardens' Roses to 'Get the Chop'

26 June 2015 1:55pm | Hamilton City Council

Hamilton Gardens' Roses to 'Get the Chop' More than 3500 roses at Hamilton Gardens will receive the chop next week when the annual Rogers Rose Garden's maintenance programme begins. The Gardens' entire rose collection will be pruned before 150 ..... More >>

73. Initial assessment of economic impact

26 June 2015 4:08pm | Horizons Regional Council

Authorities around the region have compiled an initial impact assessment for the Ministry of Civil Defence, putting the estimated cost of flood recovery at around $120 million. .. More >>

74. Unleashing Auckland; new approaches to urban development

27 June 2015 10:14am | New Zealand Fabian Society

Unleashing Auckland; How new approaches to urban development can get our biggest city moving again! .. More >>

75. Fight at rugby grounds Counties Manukau

27 June 2015 11:39am | New Zealand Police

Police are investigating the circumstances of a fight that took place at the Otahuhu rugby grounds off Kuranui Pl, Otahuhu after a rugby game between Otahuhu College and Tangaroa College... More >>

76. Regional Council puts funds aside for sewerage systems

29 June 2015 10:05am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council has budgeted for reticulated sewerage systems around the region in its Long Term Plan adopted this week. The relevant city or district councils are the lead agency for sewerage projects, and the Bay of Plenty Regional ..... More >>

77. Creative Communities funding opens

29 June 2015 11:45am | Palmerston North City Council

Cultural and artistic groups and individuals are invited to apply for funding through the Creative Communities Palmerston North Local Arts Funding Scheme. .. More >>

78. Volunteers reap rewards from helping others

17 June 2008 9:32am | Manukau City Council

For the volunteers at Manukau City Council's Clendon 454 Programme helping young people stay on the straight and narrow offers personal rewards as well... More >>

79. Ticketek Outlet Opens At Hamilton I-SITE

13 January 2010 3:07pm | Hamilton City Council

As of today tickets for some of the biggest events in Hamilton can be purchased from Hamilton i-SITE in Garden Place. .. More >>

80. The Human Face of Bowel Cancer

20 May 2011 3:29pm | Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa

Bowel cancer is New Zealand's most common cancer. Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa's awareness week June 6-12 aims to show that bowel cancer hits Kiwis irrespective of age, race or gender.Their message: Don't sit on your symptoms! Get yourself checked. ..... More >>

81. Coca-Cola gets ready to celebrate Rugby World Cup 2011

24 June 2011 3:33pm | Coca-Cola

Crouch, touch, pause... Coca-Cola , Official Tournament Supplier of Rugby World Cup 2011, is running onto the pitch and about to engage Kiwis with an integrated marketing campaign that will celebrate the biggest sporting event New Zealand has ever seen... More >>

82. History Repeats in Christchurch

03 June 2013 4:01pm | Christchurch Airport Marathon

History Repeats in Christchurch They say history never repeats. But at the Christchurch Airport Marathon today, the winners of the feature full marathon were an exact repeat of the same race 14 years ago. In 1999 two runners with vastly different background ..... More >>

83. The realities of Puhoi to Wellsford

23 July 2013 11:22am | Auckland Transport Blog

The sheer stupidity of the Puhoi to Wellsford project might be starting to hit home for some of the residents of Warkworth and surrounding areas as the exact route of the motorway starts to be understood... More >>

84. Shiny new addition for Wainuiomata park

20 September 2013 10:47am | Hutt City Council

The children of Wainuiomata have a new playground to enjoy with the makeover of Antrim Crescent Park complete. .. More >>

85. Major drug operation nets 23 arrests and thousands of pills

24 October 2013 10:53am | New Zealand Police

More than 100 Police Officers were part of a major Police operation that executed more than 20 search warrants in Wellington, Canterbury, Bay of Plenty, Eastern and Central Police Districts over the last two days... More >>

86. 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 >>

87. 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 >>

88. 'Zooper' news for Highlanders fans

28 October 2014 10:15am | OUSA

The OUSA is thrilled to announce the 2015 Zooper Pass which will give students the chance to attend all five home games for The Highlanders' at the Forsyth Barr Stadium. .. More >>

89. 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 >>

90. Walking and cycling about to get better on Carlton Gore Road

20 March 2015 12:56pm | Auckland Transport

Walking and cycling is about to get better on Carlton Gore Road Auckland Transport is installing cycle lanes on Carlton Gore Road, between Park Road and Davis Crescent. From 2 April, works begin on the lanes which will expand the Auckland Cycle Network, ..... More >>

91. 'Future of the Heartland Forum': South Island farming event

05 April 2015 11:34am | Federated Farmers

'Future of the Heartland Forum' shaping up as South Island farming event of the year .. More >>

92. Anger Over 5 Year Delay for Western Springs College Rebuild

04 May 2015 9:58am | Dan Salmon

Angry parents are asking why the Government keeps delaying the promised rebuild of Western Springs College, the only co-ed secondary school in Auckland's inner west. .. More >>

93. WREDA Board appoints Chief Executive

15 May 2015 9:08am | WREDA

Mr Whelan is currently CEO of business think-tank Accelerate Cape Town in South Africa and will take up his role in Wellington on 7 September. .. More >>

94. King comes up trumps

27 May 2015 10:34am | The Coromandel

Local NZ Beef & Lamb Ambassador Chef, Brad King from Bistro at the Falls Retreat came up trumps representing Waihi at the recent NZ Great Food Show at Mystery Creek in Hamilton. Brad competed in the Vilagrad Winery Mystery Cook Off where he and fellow ..... More >>

95. Whangarei says YES!

05 June 2015 12:57pm | YES Whangarei

Provisional results just released confirm Whangarei voted Option B in a landslide result for the Hundertwasser and Wairau Maori Art Centre project. .. More >>

96. Concerns remain over dam decision

08 June 2015 4:00pm | Wellington Fish and Game

Wellington Fish & Game says the decision not to investigate the Mangatarere Stream for an irrigation dam means the worst case scenario has not been progressed. "On the one hand, the most important trout spawning tributary of the Ruamahanga ..... More >>

97. Matariki kite day coming to the summit of Mt Roskill

22 June 2015 10:13am | Auckland Council

Puketāpapa Local Board brings Matariki celebrations to the top of Mt Roskill - Pukewiwi, with a spectacular kite day on Sunday 28 June. .. More >>

98. Contractor appointed for Town Hall restoration

23 June 2015 9:12am | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council has appointed Hawkins Construction to undertake the Town Hall restoration. Hawkins has been appointed following a tender process for the restoration that closed on 17 March and a Council decision on 11 June to fully restore the Town ..... More >>

99. Wellington Councils work together to energise the region

25 June 2015 3:55pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington Councils work together to energise the region Wellington's Councils have come together to support arts, cultural and environmental organisations across the region. The Wellington Amenities Fund is a partnership between Wellington City, ..... More >>

100. Funding boost for Tauranga and Western Bay cycling projects

25 June 2015 4:46pm | NZ Transport Agency

Plans to connect Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty with a series of cycling paths have received a $3.8 million funding boost through the Government's Urban Cycleways Fund. .. More >>


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