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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 23° Min 16° Man seriously assaulted in Porirua park NZ Newswire April 18, 2014, 5:20 pm A man is in hospital with a suspected fractured skull after being assaulted walking through a Porirua park at night. Police
A sodden police choir sang as William and Kate laid a wreath to commemorate police who'd been killed by criminal acts. Kate kept to police colours, wearing a blue skirt suit by New Zealand-born designer Rebecca Taylor, who's now based in New York.
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 21° Min 18° Zoofari welcomes first school Wellington Zoo, Fuseworks April 15, 2014, 1:44 pm This week Wellington Zoo will welcome St Michael's School from Lower Hutt as the first to experience the Warehouse
Joseph Sionetuato says he took $400 but police say it was $76,200. A successful appeal has given Sionetuato a chance to try to convince a judge that the sentence should be based on a $400 theft. Sionetuato was a sandwich maker for a Subway store in
Max 21° Min 14° Wellington Harbour bed surveyed for water pipe option Newstalk ZB staff, Newstalk ZB April 12, 2014, 9:48 am The bed of Wellington Harbour has been surveyed, as part of a feasibility study for putting a water pipe under it. The pipe's
With today's launch of the promotional Angus the Great burger, the company expects to continue its contribution to the success of local Angus beef sales. This milestone is acknowledged by AngusPure's chairman Tim Brittain, who says the McAngus'
Tenants and homeowners could be exposed to methamphetamine poisoning by P-lab cleaners who need no specialist training to do the work. Fuelled by the growing use and production of meth in New Zealand, a number of companies have sprung up claiming to
Max 24° Min 16° BB guns spark idiot warning from police NZ Newswire March 17, 2014, 6:29 pm Police say two men walking around Wellington suburbs with BB guns are lucky not to have been shot by armed officers. They have responded to two incidents in
Even with new face Rachel Smalley joining the ranks, Q&A was still dangerously close to being too boring. Hekia Parata put Corin Dann in his place on Q&A's first episode of the year. The Minister was quite firm with the political editor despite the
Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace is rallying his allies at a secret meeting today to discuss how to put a stop to super-cities. A group of 20 mayors and deputies were meeting in Wairakei, north of Taupo, to voice their concerns over the local government