Truck and Car crash on Auckland’s Southern Motorway

Truck and Car crash on Auckland’s Southern Motorway

Police responded to a crash that involved a truck and car on Auckland’s Southern Motorway in Grafton. The crash happened before the Lambie Drive offramp at around 10 pm. It is unknown if injuries were involved. The northbound lane was blocked as a result of the incident. Lambie Drive offramp...

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Nurse faints 17 minutes after getting COVID-19 vaccine

Nurse faints 17 minutes after getting COVID-19 vaccine

A Nurse fainted during a press conference on Thursday, after taking a COVID-19 vaccine at a Tennessee hospital. The nurse manager, named Tiffany Dover, spoke to media about the first vaccinations that the city will give to front-line health workers, collapsing shortly after to the ground when she did not...

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Two vehicles crash on State Highway 1 south of Wellsford, Auckland

Two vehicles crash on State Highway 1 south of Wellsford, Auckland

Emergency services attended a serious crash between two vehicles on State Highway 1, south of Wellsford in Auckland region. The crash was reported at around 4 pm. Two people have reportedly sustained serious injuries, while four others involved have sustained moderate injuries. One occupant of the crash was airlifted to...

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Large Ship reported on fire at Napier Port, explosions heard

Large Ship reported on fire at Napier Port, explosions heard

Emergency services responded to a large ship reported on fire at Napier Port at around 11:30 am. Fire and Emergency crew and ship engineers were on board fighting the fire. NZHerald reported that the smoke fumes were potentially toxic, and explosions were reportedly heard from witnesses on the Bluff Hill...

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National: Kiwi families are in hardship, more than ever before

National: Kiwi families are in hardship, more than ever before

National’s Social Development spokesperson Louise Upston says New Zealand families are in hardship after several people are joining onto a benefit looking forward, during the summer break. “A stark reminder that many Kiwis are struggling to make ends meet and are anxious to find work,” Ms Upston says. Today’s figures...

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Police seek to find 6-year-old who has gone missing, Hamilton

Police seek to find 6-year-old who has gone missing, Hamilton

Hamilton Police are seeking to find a missing 6-year-old. Laurel went missing from his home in Maeroa, Hamilton.  He is described as a small build, blonde hair, and blue eyes. The missing boy was last seen wearing a plain black t-shirt and tan coloured shorts. If you have seen him...

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Police appeal for more information for Operation Antioch

Police appeal for more information for Operation Antioch

Police are seeking more information, since March of this year, where Wellington Police arrested and charged a man concerning alleged historical sexual offences that involved children. Six people have come forward to Police with information about the alleged sexual offences. The man is facing seven charges of unlawful connection with...

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10 new cases of COVID-19 today, none in community

10 new cases of COVID-19 today, none in community

There are 10 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. The first case arrived on December 4 from the Netherlands via Singapore, and this person tested positive at routine day 12 testing. They were transferred to Auckland’s quarantine...

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David Seymour: The Government has not learned, a failure

David Seymour: The Government has not learned, a failure

ACT Leader David Seymour says the Government has not learned when it comes to COVID-19 testing, contact tracing, and managed isolation. “The damning Simpson-Roche report into failures of the Covid-19 testing regime, contact tracing and managed isolation comes as no surprise and shows why the Government should have taken on...

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ACT’s Chris Baillie: Minimum Wage increase brings negativities for 2021

ACT’s Chris Baillie: Minimum Wage increase brings negativities for 2021

ACT Party’s Small Business spokesperson Chris Baillie says Labour must stop picturing employers as the enemy, and avoid doing any further harm to the productive sector. “The Government was told its latest minimum wage hike would have a ‘disproportionately large’ negative impact on the number of jobs created over the...

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