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A front is expected to move north over New Zealand Friday.
Tauranga's Callum Riddington has won the Baldwins supreme award at Bright Sparks 2014 for his invention, Kiwi Drones.
Turangi mall’s iconic turtle was found to be damaged beyond repair when it was removed to allow for revitalisation works to take place this week but plans are already underway to install a worthy replacement.
Drivers are being asked to be patient as people get used to new road layouts following the opening of Te Horeta Rd in Panmure on Sunday.
Te Horeta Rd provides a new north-south link between Morrin Rd and Mt Wellington Highway, bypassing Panmure roundabout.
Waikato Regional Council has today adopted a draft regional public transport plan which sets out what services will be delivered and how over the next 10 years.
A four-hour search for an obsolete distress beacon transmitting in error has prompted the Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) to remind beacon users to dispose of old beacons properly.
Aucklanders wanting to celebrate Guy Fawkes are urged to find a public display or keep to their backyards - and not let off fireworks in public places, where the activity is banned.
Specsavers today announced it has raised more than $75,000 for local charities nationwide, including its national charity partner The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ, since launching the Specsavers Community Program one year ago.
Christchurch Police have laid charges following the pursuit of a vehicle in Christchurch city this morning (30 October 2014).
A front is expected to approach southern New Zealand late Saturday, then move northeast over the country during Sunday and Monday.
Police are concerned for the safety of Glenn David MCLEAN who left Pauanui on Tuesday 28 October 2014. Glenn MCLEAN is believed to be travelling in a black 2006 Range Rover stationwagon, registration DNK812 and possibly heading to Auckland.
Wednesday was a very active and thundery day for the upper parts of the North Island, with lots of heavy and squally showers affecting Northland and Auckland. "The good news is that there will be a brief break", MetService Meteorologist Elke Louw said.
Christchurch Police are appealing to the public to help to identify a vehicle that was driving along Armagh St at approximately 9.30pm on Thursday 23 October 2014.
Experience the wonder of seeing rare bird species return to a slice of ancient New Zealand bush transformed by pest eradication, as part of Conservation Week at Rotorua Canopy Tours.
Manawatu Police are currently searching for Tony Winslade aged 42. Tony was last seen leaving an address in Takaro, Palmerston North, on Sunday 26 October 2014 at 09:30am.
Rotorua’s inner city is set to be scrubbed, brushed, water-blasted and polished on Saturday as building owners, business operators and staff roll up their sleeves to take part in the city’s second Scrub Rotorua Day.
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A new plan to tackle the spread of the dangerous marine pest Mediterranean fanworm into Coromandel harbours and the Firth of Thames has today been endorsed by Waikato regional councillors at their meeting in Hamilton.
Two important new plans designed to help protect and restore the health of the Waipa River catchment and the Upper Waikato River catchment have today been endorsed by Waikato regional councillors.
Police actions in dealing with a demonstration in Central Auckland known as Blockade the Budget on 1 June 2012 were justified and appropriate, an Independent Police Conduct Authority report released today found.
Wellington Rape Crisis has added its voice to the public outcry following the announcement that there will be no charges in the teen rape gang case.
Canterbury Police were alerted to a fatality at a residential Timaru address shortly before 12.30am on Monday 27 October 2014 where friends had gathered to celebrate Labour Day Weekend.
Police are able to confirm the name of the victim as 18 year old Bayli Marie Elliot from Timaru.
A contingent of New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) personnel will join their Australian counterparts at Australia’s first major commemoration of the First World War centenary in Albany, Western Australia this weekend.
The seafood industry is backing seabird protection.
Seafood New Zealand today welcomed the collaborative efforts of the Black Petrel Working Group to develop means of reducing the risk to this threatened seabird from fishing.
After the success of the popular 3D printing lecture series, Hutt City Libraries is holding a series of introductory workshops designed for beginners.
A motorcyclist has died following a collision with a car near Whakatane last night.
The crash occurred at approximately 6.10pm on SH2, Awakeri on a stretch of highway known as White Pine Bush Road.
Today the search for a building Apprent-ICE to support New Zealand's southern-most construction project at Scott Base, Antarctica has begun.
Being blind has often made it hard for Pam MacNeill (56) to get a job. But her determination to establish a career for herself, and at the same time help other disabled people find work, has paid off in an unexpected way.
When Petronella Spicer (57) was diagnosed with an eye condition resulting in blindness, she was supported by the Blind Foundation. For more than a decade she has dedicated her time and energy into giving back to the foundation that assisted her.