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Police are advising people in the Bay of Plenty district to avoid road travel if possible due to slips and flooding in the area caused by heavy rain.
UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne said today the ‘Keep Kiwibank Bill’, a private Members’ Bill sponsored by Labour’s David Parker, is unnecessary and consequently UnitedFuture has voted against it at its Second Reading.
On Tuesday, Auckland Mayor, Len Brown was presented with a petition of 3,700 signatures calling on him to ban the use of the vegetation control chemical Glyphosate (aka Roundup) on Auckland's roads and parks.
Hillary Clinton’s statement today against the TPPA shows how misled New Zealanders have been, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
"The international corporatism protection racket the TPPA is off.
The government has failed to take action against the food industry in the fight against childhood obesity, says New Zealand First.
Statement from Dr Felicity Dumble, Medical Officer of Health, Waikato District Health Board.
Powerball was not struck this evening and has rolled over to Saturday night, where the jackpot will be $30 million.
WeatherWatch.co.nz has issued a Weather Alert for AUCKLAND CITY between 12:30pm and 2pm today.
The Police Minister’s contention that Police have enough resources to meet the expectations of New Zealand communities is not reflected in the Police’s own statistics, says Labour’s Police spokesperson Stuart Nash.
Up to 4.8 million people in South Sudan - well over one-third of the population - will be facing severe food shortages over the coming months, and the risk of a hunger catastrophe continues to threaten parts of the country, three UN agencies warned today.
Wellington City Council has maintained its commitment to a thriving Capital City, with a plan to grow the economy and build stronger communities for the next financial year.
Minister of Police Judith Collins is hiding behind flawed statistics that claim crime is going down when it isn’t, New Zealand First says.
NZPA - Hells Angels Motorcycle Club today launched their bid to scrap Wanganui's controversial gang patch ban.
Students of Tauranga Boys’ College Wood-Related Trade programme recently hosted their first non-alcoholic roof shout to celebrate a milestone in construction of four cabins.
News that yet another private training establishment (PTE) has rorted the Government’s tertiary funding system since 2009 shows that Steven Joyce has no control of the sector, says Labour’s Associate Education (Tertiary) spokesperson David Cunliffe.
The first six months of 2016 are set to be the warmest ever start to the year, according to NIWA’s long-term seven-station temperature series.
There are 500 special reasons to be at Mount Smart Stadium when the Vodafone Warriors face Gold Coast this Saturday night (5.00pm kick-off; match day sponsor: TNT).