As a key sponsor of the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation (the Foundation), Buddle Findlay would like to congratulate all finalists announced by the Foundation for the 54th Halberg Awards.
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The Otago Regional Fire Authority (ORFA), aided by the Police, have begun the investigation into the cause of yesterday’s blaze at Rat Point that cut power and road access to Glenorchy.
More than 24 dogs are hoping for a lucky break on Friday the 13th as they wait in Auckland Council animal shelters for new families.
The 78-year-old woman who was missing in Tauranga has been located safe and well.
Police would like to thank the public for their assistance.
We've drafted a new Property Maintenance and Nuisances Bylaw and you can tell us what you think about the proposal until 27 January, 2017.
"Everybody is entitled to quiet enjoyment of their own property," says Barry Smedts, our Community Environment Manager.
The New Plymouth District Council has made a decision under the Building Act 2004, to issue a Dangerous Building notice to 47 Currie Street in central New Plymouth.
Merrin have a lot to smile about with their hot new single "Mr. Dominant", released 01 January 2017 and possibly the raunchiest Rock music video NZ has seen.
A total fire ban is being imposed across Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne.
A decision to move to the ban across the regions was made this morning (January 11), in the wake of continuing hot, dry weather with little respite in the forecast.
The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows that nationwide residential property values for December increased 12.5% over the past year. Values rose by 1.3% over the past three months and are now 51.5% above the previous market peak of late 2007.
Corbel Construction (Corbel) has signed $35million of new projects in Auckland as the company extends its presence in the North Island.
State Highway 25 is closed in both directions just west of Kopu Bridge following an accident. Detour in both directions via Paeroa.
A crowd packed into a King Country woolshed had to wait till the last moments of a 480-minutes day before seeing a World ewe-shearing record broken by just two sheep this afternoon.
Travellers in eastern Waikato may encounter brief delays while seasonal road maintenance work is done over the next few weeks.
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board have issued a health warning for the Hurunui River at State Highway 7.
The warning follows the finding of high levels of the potentially toxic benthic cyanobacteria Phormidium in the Hurunui River.
While there have been no further outbreaks of suspected norovirus since the cluster of cases among visitors to Nelson Lakes National Park, campers and trampers in the region are urged to exert caution to avoid catching the debilitating virus.
Serious crashes have closed State Highway 25 just west of Kopu Bridge and SH25A (Kopu-Hikuai Rd). Detours in place for both accidents, expect delays.
Auckland Peace Action (APA) and Racial Equity Aotearoa (REA) are calling on the Chilean government to release political prisoner and indigenous activist Francisca Linconao. She is a traditional spiritual leader of the Mapuche people and is currently under house arrest.
Waikato District Police are investigating two serious crashes which have occurred near Thames this afternoon.
The roads remains closed in both areas and motorists are asked to avoid the area, using an alternative route or postponing travel for at least two hours.
Reduced milk supply out of key dairy export regions - including New Zealand - will fuel further dairy price increases in the early part of 2017, according to Rabobank’s latest global dairy outlook.
State Highway 2 near Katikati is now open but traffic remains heavy in the area and significant delays are expected.
A crash closed the State Highway near Tetley Road this afternoon.