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1. Apollo to start work on QEII next month

02 November 2016 5:01pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch City Council has chosen Apollo Projects Ltd to build the new QEII Recreation and Sport Centre. .. More >>

2. Wellington ready for Sky Show fireworks display

01 November 2016 2:33pm | Wellington City Council

The country's largest annual fireworks display, the Wellington Sky Show, presented by Wellington City Council, and supported by CentrePort takes place on Saturday 5 November. Entertainment on the waterfront kicks off around 7pm with an exciting new ..... More >>

3. Commencing countdown (engines on) to Guy Fawkes 2016

31 October 2016 11:08am | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch will remember a hero - just for one day - as the Treetech Guy Fawkes Fireworks Spectacular launches with a David Bowie theme at 9pm on Saturday 5 November. .. More >>

4. Man charged over Milford fire

03 November 2016 11:04am | New Zealand Government

A 49-year-old North Shore man faces six charges in relation to a fire in Milford yesterday afternoon. The man has been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession for supply of methamphetamine, possession of equipment, possession of ..... More >>

5. Crash creates detour SH1, Tinwald, Mid Canterbury

02 November 2016 4:56pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

A serious crash on State Highway 1 this afternoon, south of Christchurch, has closed the highway south of Tinwald until around 7 pm tonight. .. More >>

6. Richard Hills - Maiden speech

02 November 2016 11:27am | Richard Hills

Congratulations Mayor Phil Goff and Councillors, it is a privilege to be sitting around this table with you. We have a busy and exciting term ahead. .. More >>

7. Ashburton Police release name following fatal crash

03 November 2016 1:13pm | New Zealand Police

Police can now release the name of the motorcyclist who died following a collision with a truck in Tinwald, Ashburton on Wednesday 2 November 2016. .. More >>

8. Invercargill City Council's Christmas Light Omnishambles

02 November 2016 10:09am | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

The Taxpayers' Union is calling for some accountability at Invercargill City Council after it was revealed that a further $250,000 is being spent on Christmas lights to replace the lights purchased by Council staff on a $21,000 ratepayer-funded junket ..... More >>

9. Palmerston North Police seek to identify would-be burglars

03 November 2016 2:44pm | New Zealand Police

Central District Police are investigating two attempted burglaries of business premises in Palmerston North this week. .. More >>

10. New freedom camping rules approved

02 November 2016 1:21pm | Christchurch City Council

New changes to Christchurch's freedom camping rules will serve to better manage the safety of visitors, residents and the environment as the district moves into the busy summer period, says Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner... More >>

11. Housing and Transport priority to make Auckland better

01 November 2016 6:54pm | Auckland Council

New Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has stressed the need for bold action to address the housing crisis in Auckland and connect communities with a smart and efficient public transport system... More >>

12. Wedding bells for $22.2 million Ashburton MyLotto winners

20 April 2016 3:52pm | Lotto New Zealand

Wedding bells for $22.2 million Ashburton MyLotto winners Ashburton MyLotto players are in celebration mode after winning $22.2 million with Powerball First Division on Saturday. The winners, who wish to remain anonymous, purchased their winning ticket ..... More >>

13. Mt Roskill by-election candidate announced

03 November 2016 1:25pm | Cannabis Party

The Cannabis Party announced today that it is entering the Mt Roskill by-election race. .. More >>

14. Christchurch Police expose methamphetamine ring

03 November 2016 9:04am | New Zealand Police

Throughout Wednesday Police executed a number of searches of addresses and vehicles across the city. .. More >>

15. First Governing Body begins new council term

02 November 2016 3:16pm | Auckland Council

The first formal Auckland Council Governing Body meeting has been held, marking the start of council business for the new term. .. More >>

16. Wellington housing market now rising faster than Auckland

04 October 2016 12:47pm | Quotable Value New Zealand

Wellington housing market now rising faster than Auckland The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows that nationwide residential property values for September have increased 14.3% over the past year. Values rose by 4.9% over the past three months ..... More >>

17. Mayor wants Wellington to be Digital Capital

01 November 2016 1:27pm | Wellington City Council

Mayor Justin Lester wants Wellington to be the Digital Capital of New Zealand and says it is well on track to get there. Speaking at last night's launch of the KiwiBank FinTech Accelerator, Mayor Lester said Wellington was performing strongly in the ..... More >>

18. Man arrested in Milford following suspicious fire

03 November 2016 9:07am | New Zealand Police

Police are currently onsite at the scene of a suspicious house fire in Inga Road, Milford. .. More >>

19. Māori Economic Development Strategy to be launched

03 November 2016 12:17pm | Horizons Regional Council

Te Pae Tawhiti, a strategy for Māori economic development across the Manawatū-Whanganui Region, will be officially launched by Minister Te Ururoa Flavell at Te Pae Tata in Ohakune on Thursday 3 November... More >>

20. Fatal car crash in Waharoa near Matamata, Waikato

01 November 2016 12:10pm | New Zealand Police

Police are attending a fatal crash on Maiseys Road, Waharoa, near Matamata after being called to the scene at approximately 10am this morning. .. More >>

21. Then and Now: the Wellington Sky Show edition

02 November 2016 2:08pm | Wellington City Council

Make sure you have a prime view of the waterfront this Saturday 5 November for the country's largest annual fireworks display, the Wellington Sky Show, presented by Wellington City Council, and supported by CentrePort... More >>

22. Mayor Goff's maiden speech

02 November 2016 10:06am | Office of the Mayor of Auckland

Welcome tonight to our inauguration of the third term of this Auckland Council. I'd like to particularly acknowledge Mana Whenua, Minister for Local Government the Honourable Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, MP David Seymour, fellow councillors and local board members... More >>

23. Miramar Wharf Clean-up 30th October 2016

03 November 2016 9:13am | Plastic Free Peninsula

On Sunday, Plastic Free Peninsula teamed up with Wellington Underwater Club (WUC) to remove around 2,000 litres (50 sacks) of rubbish from under and around Miramar Wharf. 55 shore crew from Worser Bay School families collected approximately half ..... More >>

24. Auckland honours Parihaka Day

01 November 2016 9:21am | Auckland Peace Action

Auckland Peace Action (APA) and the Pacific Panthers (PP) are hosting a Parihaka Day Peace Action Conference at the Auckland Central Library on Saturday, November 5 from 10-3:30pm... More >>

25. Health warning extended for coastal Canterbury areas

03 November 2016 1:16pm | Canterbury District Health Board

The Community and Public Health division of Canterbury District Health Board has issued another health warning advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish harvested in coastal Canterbury areas... More >>

26. Top sculptors set to show-off their talent in Rotorua

03 November 2016 3:19pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Wielding chisels, hammers and power tools artists will descend on Rotorua Arts Village Green from Saturday 19 November to transform 25 tonnes of stone and logs into works of art... More >>

27. Auckland's rough sleeper population reaches record high

07 June 2016 2:34pm | Auckland City Mission

Final figures have just been released following the 2016 Auckland City Street Count of Central Auckland's rough sleepers, with this year's total topping 200 for the first time since the Count started in 2004... More >>

28. Te Auaunga Awa launch calls for community celebration

02 November 2016 10:53am | Auckland Council

An event to mark the start of a major community transformation will be held this Saturday 5 November 2016 in Mt Roskill, as construction begins on Te Auaunga Awa restoration. The launch will encourage local residents to discover and celebrate ..... More >>

29. Losi Filipo Sentencing

02 November 2016 1:49pm | New Zealand High Court

[1] Mr Filipo, you appear for sentencing today having pleaded guilty to the following four charges: .. More >>

30. New logo to guide motorists on Western Ring Route

03 November 2016 12:26pm | New Zealand Transport Agency

A new logo and direction signs will guide motorists and help them to get the most from the Western Ring Route in Auckland. .. More >>

31. Time for pragmatic negotiation over Three Kings Quarry

03 November 2016 3:25pm | Michael Wood

Labour candidate for Mt Roskill Michael Wood is calling on all parties involved in the Three Kings Quarry dispute to engage in pragmatic negotiation to resolve the issue... More >>

32. New Brighton Pier still home to Guy Fawkes 2016

17 June 2016 12:17pm | Christchurch City Council

Christchurch's Guy Fawkes Fireworks Spectacular will go ahead in its traditional home at New Brighton Pier in 2016, despite repairs to the popular landmark getting underway in the spring... More >>

33. New governance structure for Porirua City Council

27 October 2016 4:21pm | Porirua City Council

Mayor Mike Tana today announced the appointment of the Deputy Mayor, committee Chairs and a new committee structure for Porirua City Council, following the inauguration ceremony of the new council last night (Wednesday 25 October) at Pātaka. "I'm ..... More >>

34. Woman arrested following Opotiki stabbing

03 November 2016 9:05am | New Zealand Police

At approximately 3.00am this morning (Wednesday 2 November 2016) Police were called to a family harm related incident at an address in Opotiki where a 25-year-old man was allegedly stabbed a number of times with a knife... More >>

35. Vehicle collision - Porchester Road Takanini

03 November 2016 11:11am | New Zealand Police

Motor vehicle crash. Police advise that a vehicle has struck a power pole on Porchester Road Takanini. Vector has been advised and Police have closed Porchester Road between Manuroa Road and Airfiled Road until the power lines have been repaired. The closure ..... More >>

36. Fizzle or the shizzle? Here's your Guy Fawkes forecast

03 November 2016 1:57pm | MetService

With fireworks and bonfires planned for this weekend, many will be hoping for a calm dry Saturdaynight. The good news is that the showery weather that features at the end of the week takes a brief break on Saturday as a slim ridge rolls by... More >>

37. 2016 South Taranaki Youth to Work Awards Winners Announced

03 November 2016 9:05am | South Taranaki District Council

Over 200 people attended South Taranaki's 2016 Youth to Work Awards held at the TSB Hub in Hawera last night. .. More >>

38. Capital's Mayor and Council gear up for action

03 November 2016 12:54pm | Wellington City Council

Mayor Justin Lester is leading a two-day strategic planning session with Councillors and senior managers this week to agree a unified vision for the Council for the next three years... More >>

39. Auckland Council staff salary statistics

12 September 2015 10:44am | Cameron Brewer

Auckland Councillor Cameron Brewer has compiled and released the latest Auckland Council staff numbers and costs ahead of councillors signing off the 2014/15 Annual Report next week... More >>

40. The best of the Pacific in your neighbourhood

31 October 2016 12:50pm | Auckland Council

Find your nearest Urbanesia festival hub to experience the best contemporary Pacific arts and culture in our town centres and parks across the Auckland region - all for free. .. More >>

41. New faces take up key committee roles

03 November 2016 1:59pm | Otago Regional Council

ORC's committee structure for 2016-19 sees some experienced councillors taking on new governance challenges and all four new councillors being appointed to chairmanship or deputy roles. The same major standing committees - Policy, Technical, Finance ..... More >>

42. 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 >>

43. Waihua descendants gather to share and learn more

27 November 2013 1:06pm | Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust

More than fifty people came together from Murupara, Gisborne, Napier, Hastings, Whakaki, Waihua and Wairoa to find our more about their whakapapa (genealogy) and the history of Waihua, just south of Wairoa, on Saturday 23rd November. .. More >>

44. Resident Parking Zone to be rolled out in Freemans Bay

05 April 2016 3:49pm | Rob Thomas

Parking in the central suburbs has become a serious issue, with locals and commuters jostling for precious parking spaces. The latest research from Auckland Transport shows there are more free carparks in Freemans Bay than the Civic Carpark in Aotea ..... More >>

45. Writing on the wall for oil and gas industry

16 October 2016 8:59pm | Climate Justice Taranaki

As protests against pipelines, rigs, seismic surveying and climate change spread across the world with bans, moratoriums and stricter regulations being put in place, oil and gas companies are pulling out of their permits. This week Norwegian company ..... More >>

46. New Be A Tidy Kiwi unveiled at WasteMINZ

19 October 2016 3:51pm | WasteMINZ

A refreshed version of New Zealand's much loved anti-littering character was unveiled today at the WasteMINZ Conference, the Auckland Litter Prevention Steering Group (ALPSG) said today... More >>

47. World Tsunami Awareness Day

31 October 2016 11:56am | Bay of Plenty Regional Council

World Tsunami Awareness Day makes its debut on the international calendar this Saturday, and the Bay of Plenty Emergency Management team are welcoming the chance to remind people to get prepared. They're also using the opportunity to test their alert ..... More >>

48. Rotorua's new rubbish and recycling service starts today

31 October 2016 2:55pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

Smart Environmental Limited will be driving the streets emptying the first lot of wheelie bins in Western Heights, Pukehangi and some Lakes areas. .. More >>

49. Aucklanders - start loving your leftovers this November

03 November 2016 3:29pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council is encouraging residents to love their leftovers throughout November with a series of workshops, competitions and community events promoting the Love Food Hate Waste campaign. .. More >>

50. New Council united in vision

03 November 2016 3:50pm | Raupehu District Council

Ruapehu's newly sworn-in Council for 2016-19: L2R: Murray Wilson, Adie Doyle, Jacques Windell, Vivienne Hoeta, Kim Wheeler, Cynthia Dowsett, Marion Gillard (dep Mayor), Mayor Don Cameron, Ben Goddard, Karen Ngatai, Graeme Cosford, David (Rabbit) ..... More >>

51. New driver making history on the river with Hukafalls Jet

25 September 2014 10:14am | Hukafalls Jet

Taupō, 25 September 2014 - A new driver is making history with Hukafalls Jet in Taupō - the first female to drive commercially for the company. .. More >>

52. 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 >>

53. Tūhoronuku resignations sparks call of hapū unity

26 September 2016 10:35am | Tuhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority

Four Ngāpuhi Trustees have resigned after Tūhoronuku failed twice in one week to adopt a workable implementation plan for recommendations aimed at strengthening hapū participation in the settlement process. Trustees and Hapū kaikōrero from other ..... More >>

54. Hamilton election - confirmed results announced

13 October 2016 12:09pm | Hamilton City Council

The 2016 Hamilton City Council election results confirm Andrew King has been elected Hamilton's new Mayor by nine votes. .. More >>

55. Centre faces closure due to Ministry bungling

21 October 2016 4:26pm | First Five Early Childhood Centre

The First Five early childhood centre in Kenepuru faces closure by Christmas if it can't find alternative premises. On 22nd June 2016 First Five was told that it would have to leave its Kenepuru site, adjacent to Kenepuru Hospital, as the land ..... More >>

56. New bus services for South Auckland, Pukekohe and Waiuku

25 October 2016 3:27pm | Auckland Transition Agency

New bus services for South Auckland, Pukekohe and Waiuku - on its way We are only days away before the biggest ever change to Auckland's bus and train network. .. More >>

57. ASB Auckland Marathon - Race by Numbers

28 October 2016 1:50pm | ASB Auckland Marathon

New Zealand's premier road race is made up of five events: Full Marathon, Half Marathon, Quarter Marathon, Heart Foundation 5km Challenge and Kids' Marathon, all set to start on Sunday, October 30. .. More >>

58. Names released following fatal helicopter crash in Northland

01 November 2016 3:52pm | New Zealand Police

Police can now release the name of the two men who died following a helicopter crash outside of Whangarei yesteday afternoon. .. More >>

59. 3rd Birthday *Best Of* show for Wellington's Weirdest

03 November 2016 12:33pm | The Menagerie

The Menagerie is celebrating a very special occasion at the end of this month. Saturday 26 marks the show's third birthday of regular variety shows at The Fringe Bar. Menagerie guest producer Eli Joesph has put together a 'Best Of' line up. Joesph ..... More >>

60. 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 >>

61. Glen Eden Death Not Suspicious

05 May 2011 4:47pm | New Zealand Police

Waitakere Police went to Glen Eden about 8.00pm last night after a member of the public located the body of a deceased male in a walkway near Kamara Road. .. More >>

62. Fatal Crash in Christchurch

16 September 2012 10:30am | New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police are asking for assistance from the Public in relation to a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred tonight on Shands Road near Marshs Road, Hornby, Christchurch. .. More >>

63. AA free driving lesson reaches Rotorua and Taupo

06 August 2013 1:24pm | New Zealand Automobile Association

The NZ Automobile Association is expanding the reach of its three month free driving lesson pilot programme to include Rotorua and Taupo. .. More >>

64. 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 >>

65. New Trade Union Centre Rebuild

02 May 2016 10:25am | Council of Trade Unions

A new Trade Union Centre (TUC) returns to Christchurch five years after the devastating 2011 Feburary 22, earthquake. .. More >>

66. The Banks Peninsula Track

25 August 2016 5:02pm | Banks Peninsula Track

Changes are afoot for New Zealand's most popular private walking track, Akaroa's Banks Peninsula Track. .. More >>

67. New rateable valuations for Horowhenua properties due out

10 October 2016 12:30pm | Horowhenua District Council

New rateable valuations for Horowhenua properties will be available within the week. .. More >>

68. Titirangi SAVE OUR KAURI battle moves to the High Court

30 October 2016 8:35pm | Save our Kauri

The fight to protect the iconic Kauri and Rimu trees in Titirangi is in its final stages and has moved to the High Court in Auckland. .. More >>

69. Wins and Losses for Auckland Public Transport Users

31 October 2016 11:29am | Public Transport Users Association

The Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) is pleased that the impressive new Otahuhu Bus and Rail Transport Centre is opening this morning. The Centre will be a major game changer, as frequent bus services will now feed into our rail network... More >>

70. NZDF To Hold Major Exercise in South Island

31 October 2016 3:28pm | New Zealand Defence Force

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has again decided to hold its major military exercise in the West Coast, Tasman and Marlborough regions in late 2017. .. More >>

71. NZDF Hunting Hazards at Bottom of Lake Rotorua

01 November 2016 10:46am | New Zealand Defence Force

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is surveying the floor of Lake Rotorua to help identify volcanic and geothermal hazards under the lake, and parts of the lake floor which could put lake users at risk... More >>

72. "Very Welly Christmas" celebration

01 November 2016 1:59pm | Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council has partnered with David Jones to bring a two-day, fun-filled festival to Lambton Quay from 10 to 11 December. This year, the precinct will be magically transformed to host the largest festival yet in preparation to welcome ..... More >>

73. Kiwi darknet illegal drug buyers identified

01 November 2016 3:14pm | New Zealand Police

New Zealand Police and Customs have identified and spoken to more than 160 people nationwide for buying illegal drugs via darknet and other illegal sites, with more Police visits to come... More >>

74. Special Liquor Licence needed to supply free drinks

01 November 2016 3:22pm | Ruapehu District Council

With the summer party season approaching Council's Environmental Health Team is asking businesses or organisations planning an event where liquor will be served to contact them to ascertain if they need a special liquor licence. Liquor Licencing ..... More >>

75. Crash following fleeing driver incident in Manurewa

02 November 2016 10:14am | New Zealand Police

Police initiated a pursuit in Manurewa at approximately 6:37pm tonight after the driver of a stolen car failed to stop. .. More >>

76. Council welcomes SkyPath closing statements

02 November 2016 2:26pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council has welcomed the closing statement of the Environment Court which indicated consent would be granted, subject to refining of conditions, for SkyPath. .. More >>

77. Invercargill Police investigate fatal fire

02 November 2016 3:36pm | New Zealand Police

Emergency services were called by members of the public to a fatal fire in Invercargill at approximately 1:10am this morning. .. More >>

78. Five arrests overnight following fleeing driver incident

03 November 2016 9:28am | New Zealand Police

Great work by Hamilton Police overnight saw two stolen vehicles recovered and five people arrested for related crimes. .. More >>

79. Take extra care this Guy Fawke's

03 November 2016 12:51pm | Hastings District Council

With dry windy conditions forecast, the Fire Service is asking people to take the utmost care this Guy Fawke's. .. More >>

80. Civil defence alert test this weekend

03 November 2016 2:46pm | Rotorua Lakes Council

In recognition of World Tsunami Awareness Day, a civil emergency siren will sound at Lake Ōkareka on Saturday as part of a Bay of Plenty Emergency Management Group testing exercise... More >>

81. Sightings sought of utes and caravan

03 November 2016 4:16pm | New Zealand Police

Otago Lakes-Central Police need the public's help in relation to the theft of two utes and a caravan and the burglary of a quarry. .. More >>

82. End in sight for MFC super sewage tank project

10 August 2004 12:37am | Wellington City Council

The final part of a project to reduce the likelihood of sewage overflowing into Wellington harbour will begin on Monday 16 August, with the replacement of a sewer main in Wakefield Street... More >>

83. Harp of Erin intersection completed

29 January 2008 2:50pm | Auckland City Council

Auckland City Council has completed improvements to the Harp of Erin intersection as part of Project Greenlane... More >>

84. Lynmall Shopping Centre - Fire

18 December 2008 11:52am | New Zealand Police

Police and Fire Service report a fire in the power plant at the Lynmall Shopping centre, 3058 Great North Road New Lynn. Lynmall has been evacuated and cordons are in place around the mall. Police and Fire Service ask pedistrian and vehicle traffic ..... More >>

85. Winners are grinners

31 May 2010 4:32pm | Taranaki Regional Council

Winners are grinners - and in the case of three lucky Taranaki farming families, they're also planters. .. More >>

86. 23 Seals Brutally Clubbed to Death on the Kaikoura Coast

06 December 2010 10:42am | Department of Conservation

The Department of Conservation is condemning the brutal clubbing to death of 23 seals, including eight newborn pups, on the Kaikoura coast. The department is calling for public help to identify the person or persons responsible for the violent attack. ..... More >>

87. Wairarapa Police Pay Parade to celebrate achievements

10 December 2010 1:23pm | New Zealand Police

Wairarapa Police are celebrating achievements of their staff at their annual Pay Parade this afternoon. .. More >>

88. Maui's Dolphin Mortality

31 January 2012 4:41pm | Ministry Of Agriculture And Forestry

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) believes that a dolphin reported accidentally killed by a set net off the coast of Taranaki was likely a Maui's dolphin. .. More >>

89. Historic homestead for sale

13 March 2012 10:37am | Bayley's Real Estate

One of the oldest and most architecturally revered historic homes in New Zealand - now operating as a high-end boutique lodge - has been placed on the market for sale... More >>

90. Guy Fawkes Night Queenstown

02 November 2012 5:19pm | Queenstown Lakes District Council

Media Advisory Guy Fawkes Night It may be known as 'Bonfire Night' in the UK but Queenstown Lakes District Council's principal rural fire officer Gordon Bailey is reminding local Guy Fawkes revellers that residential areas are a bonfire free ..... More >>

91. 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 >>

92. Dog-friendly policy on Auckland's Public Transport

04 September 2013 10:47am | Rob Thomas

Auckland Council candidate Rob Thomas welcomes the discussion to allow for dog friendly public transport on Auckland's train and bus services. .. More >>

93. 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 >>

94. Boaties need to be mindful of dolphins

31 January 2014 1:30pm | Massey University

Boaties heading out into the Hauraki Gulf over the summer need to take greater care in sharing the water, Massey researchers say, as they uncover the impact of collisions between vessels and marine mammals in the area... More >>

95. Petone Winter Carnival a great success

04 August 2014 10:17am | Hutt City Council

Any winter blues were a distant memory for 50,000 people at yesterday's Petone Winter Carnival. The successful event was run yesterday for the eighth time on Petone's Foreshore, postponed to Sunday by this weekend's wild weather. The Tin Man, The ..... More >>

96. Wanganui District Council and Tupoho to partner in Port

22 September 2014 2:50pm | Wanganui District Council

Change is coming soon to our local port thanks to a joint venture bringing together Tupoho Whanau Trust and the Wanganui District Council. .. More >>

97. Auckland's skyline glows pink this October

01 October 2014 1:33pm | SKYCITY

From 1 October the Sky Tower will glow for pink for the entire month in support of Breast Cancer month. .. More >>

98. Christchurch Hospital's Riverside entrance closes

10 October 2014 5:19pm | Canterbury District Health Board

From 6am on Wednesday October 15, 2014, the Riverside entrance will be closed to allow work to get under way for the new Acute Services Building to be built on the Christchurch Hospital site... More >>

99. Woman fined $3,750 for illegal gas hob installation

13 November 2014 10:17am | Plumbers Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board

Buyer be aware - woman fined $3,750 for illegal gas hob installation In a judgment released today by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board, an Upper Moutere woman was fined $3,750 plus solicitor's and Court costs after pleading guilty to ..... More >>

100. 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 >>


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