Motorcyclist dies following an earlier crash in Hillcrest

Motorcyclist dies following an earlier crash in Hillcrest

Emergency services responded to a serious crash involving a car and motorcycle in Hillcrest earlier today at around 3:35 pm. Police can confirm to media that the motorcyclist involved in the crash has died. The scene where the crash happened was at the intersection of Johnsview Terrace and Cobham Drive...

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International students to return to New Zealand for study

International students to return to New Zealand for study

The Government has announced that a limited number of international students will soon be returning to New Zealand to continue their studies amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Universities New Zealand (UNZ) Chief Executive Chris Whelan announced that this would be happening as soon as possible, “We look forward to extending this...

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Emergency services responding to serious crash involving Car and Motorcycle, Hillcrest

Emergency services responding to serious crash involving Car and Motorcycle, Hillcrest

Emergency services are responding to a serious crash involving a car and motorcycle in Hillcrest. The scene where the crash happened is at the intersection of Johnsview Terrace and Cobham Drive (SH1). The crash happened at around 3.35 pm. One person is reported as seriously injured, Cordons are in place,...

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Rest Home Company fails to take care of a Man admitted for respite care

Rest Home Company fails to take care of a Man admitted for respite care

A report released today reveals that a rest home company has breached the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights for failure to take care of a man admitted for respite care. The man, in his eighties, was admitted to the rest home. A nurse who is enrolled conducted...

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Final Te Horo Country Market of the year announced

Final Te Horo Country Market of the year announced

The final Te Horo Country Market has been announced, ending this year with a roller coaster ride of lost opportunities due to COVID-19 — market stallholders will be making the most of this final event, allowing locals to enjoy localism in the countryside. The final market will be held on...

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New Zealand First announces Fresh Water and Farming Policies

New Zealand First announces Fresh Water and Farming Policies

New Zealand First has announced it's freshwater and farming policies in Fielding this morning which is aiming at creating a new pathway forward for all sections of farming and agriculture for a sustainable future. “While in support of the broad direction of freshwater policy New Zealand First believes the direction...

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Value Recalls Canned Chopped Tomatoes after stones found inside

Value Recalls Canned Chopped Tomatoes after stones found inside

Popular brand Value has issued a nationwide recall of its canned chopped tomatoes after stones were found present inside the product. Consumers are being asked to check the batch numbers on the side of cans they have purchased. The recall for affected batch numbers is SMS1 J213, TTA1 J214, TTA1...

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Candidates talk with year 13s at Otaki College

Candidates talk with year 13s at Otaki College

The General Election 2020 Candidates for the Otaki electorate had come together to meet year 13s at Otaki College after arranging it with the principle Andy Fraser before the school holidays started. The small college event held around 50 willing to participate year 13 students in the main hall for...

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Social Credit to start a ‘war’ on Junk Food Advertising

Social Credit to start a ‘war’ on Junk Food Advertising

Social credit says a freight train of obesity is ‘heading our way' after major parties have ignored the real problems that New Zealand faces. The political party is calling for a ban on all junk food advertising on TV. “Those experts view cheap as chips takeaway food as one of...

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