Serious crash at intersection of Park and Kawerau Roads, Bay of Plenty

Serious crash at intersection of Park and Kawerau Roads, Bay of Plenty

Police were notified of a serious crash, emergency services are also attending the serious crash. The location of the crash is at the intersection of Park and Kawerau Roads, Kawerau. Police have said that one person was reportedly seriously injured, and another two moderately injured.  The road was closed at...

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Labour, National and Green Candidates debate over Māori policy

Labour, National and Green Candidates debate over Māori policy

Kapiti Youth Support (KYS) set up a Pizza with the Candidates meet where political figures all joined up and had a chance to talk to the younger teen generation, preparing them to vote and speak their policies. A broad range of political parties attended including the Greens, ATTICA, Labour, National,...

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Daily COVID-19 Developments (25.09.20)

Daily COVID-19 Developments (25.09.20)

There are 2 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 60. 29 cases are imported cases in managed isolation facilities. 31 cases are community-related. There are 3 people with COVID-19 in hospital today. No cases are currently...

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2 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (25.09.20)

2 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (25.09.20)

There are 2 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 60. 29 cases are imported cases in managed isolation facilities. 31 cases are community-related. There are 3 people with COVID-19 in hospital today. No cases are currently...

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Man arrested after stealing Taps from Levin homes and businesses

Man arrested after stealing Taps from Levin homes and businesses

#CRIME: A mystery has been uncovered, it was an uncertain time for Levin businesses and homeowners where a nasty thief popped some hose garden taps. The thief, a 21-year-old man, has popped Taps without turning the water supply off, causing thousands of water damage to several premises. He is due...

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Otago Museum: Dinosaur REvolution opens up early!

Otago Museum: Dinosaur REvolution opens up early!

You heard it first, Otago Museum’s biggest exhibition of 2020 is opening on Saturday, September 26th — a week early! Shanaya Allan, Otago Museum’s Exhibition and Creative Services Officer who is managing the project says the reason for the unusual early opening is due to the impact of COVID-19. “Usually...

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324,000 used Condoms cleaned and resold in southern Vietnam

324,000 used Condoms cleaned and resold in southern Vietnam

Market authorities in Binh Duong Province have caught people distributing over 324,000 used condoms that were about to be cleaned and resold in the market. The Binh Duong market management station busted the plant in the province’s Tan Vinh Hiep Ward in Tan Uyen Town on Saturday. The illegal plant...

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Police arrest Katrina Epiha who escaped custody on September 11

Police arrest Katrina Epiha who escaped custody on September 11

Police have announced that they have arrested 22-year-old corrections escapee Katrina Epiha who managed to escape custody on September 11 at a Massey address in west Auckland overnight. A 47-year-old man was also arrested who was located at the address. “Police made the arrests with the assistance of the armed...

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Rt. Hon Helen Clark releases statement on End Of Life Choice

Rt. Hon Helen Clark releases statement on End Of Life Choice

Rt. Hon Helen Clark who served as the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand, released a statement this morning on the End of Like Choice Act. The Act gives people suffering from a terminal illness the option of requesting assisted dying. Parliament has accordingly passed the End of Life Choice...

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Daylight Savings to start this Sunday at 2 AM

Daylight Savings to start this Sunday at 2 AM

This weekend, remember to change your clocks forward by one hour as Daylight Savings starts at 2 am on Sunday 27th September. Daylight savings will continue until Sunday, April 4th 2021, clocks will then have to be changed back by one hour to NZ Standard Time. During Daylight Savings, the...

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