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14:10 EST, 9 June 2014 0 View comments Banned: Gosport mayor Wayne Ronayne and his partner Paula Carter have been banned from the town's pubs following alcohol-fuelled celebrations just hours after they were sworn in to their new roles A new mayor
File photo / NZ Herald An octogenarian Nelson sporting identity says he should have covered a woman's breasts when he treated her for nerve pain. But former professional boxer and wrestler Edward Saxon, who is 87 and runs a sports therapy business in
THE 2014 Landmark Cup final at Kadina on Saturday was called off midway through the first half with Yorke Peninsula Football League declared the winners after leading 2.3 (15) to 0.1 (1). Senior Broughton-Mundoora goal umpire Andrew Truck Nelson
Nelson said he plans to meet with the secretary of the Army and the Army's acquisitions chief to find out why Maddux and the agency unexpectedly scuttled the initiative after it was in development for years and spurred some local companies to expand.
Independent Forestry Safety Review Press release 6 June 2014 Review Panel releases consultation document and plans for travel The Independent Forestry Safety Review Panel released its public consultation document today. The document can be found on
Max 19° Min 9° Ngati Kahungunu and Sealord announce fishing deal Ngati Kahungunu Iwi, Fuseworks June 3, 2014, 12:36 pm A deal allowing New Zealand's third largest iwi to be more directly involved in the use of its fishing quota has been signed in
Marks reported as of June 1) 100 (fully automatic)Lucas (Pow) 10.63, Dosier (MoV) 10.80, Dickens (Gross) 10.82, Doan (StA) 10.84, Stinson (Hx) 10.85, Beck (TCC) 10.85, Kendrick III (Morse) 10.85, LeBlanc (UC) 10.88, Brewer (Braw) 10.90, Mudd (Pow) 10.
Some people feel I'm pretty hard on the Warriors but I find it very hard to criticise Simon Mannering...Having just signed a four-year extension, who knows where these figures will end? In New Zealand terms, they could be astronomical given Simon's
NZ The Day of Silence, a national campaign focused on drawing attention to homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools launches in New Zealand today. QSA (queer straight alliance) Network Aotearoa, a national organisation that works to
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 17° Min 13° Moa Group shares slashed Jenee Tibshraeny, Newstalk ZB May 29, 2014, 6:13 pm The price of Moa Group shares has plummeted after the craft beer maker announced an annual net loss...Moa reported an annual net