Southwards held to account following death of Dog after laying out poison

Southwards held to account following death of Dog after laying out poison

A Facebook post brings to light a saddening ending to someones loved pet after Southwards laid out poison in hopes to kill invasive predators like rabbits. The five-year-old Rough Collie named Storm suddenly lost her life on the morning of Tuesday. Storm caught a rabbit on Sunday while in the...

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Microsoft looks to track every single piece of content online

Microsoft looks to track every single piece of content online

Microsoft is looking to track and locate almost every bit of content ever posted on the internet to its original author or creator. The tech giant teamed up with a number of other giants and media companies, which has created a system of tracing all content online. A press release states...

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Bomb planted on the back of a truck outside Marton Police Station

Bomb planted on the back of a truck outside Marton Police Station

A bomb was planted on the back of a truck outside of Marton Police Station on Stewart Street. thisquality understands, according to news tip reports, that a person found the bomb on the back of their truck and drove 50 kilometres from outside of town into town, to the Station...

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2 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

2 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

There are 2 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation, and none in the community. The first case arrived on February 28 from India via Nepal and the United Arab Emirates. This person tested positive at around day 1 and is staying in a quarantine facility in...

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Signatures needed over Taumata Arowai’s disastrous Drinking Water idea

Signatures needed over Taumata Arowai’s disastrous Drinking Water idea

More than ever, signatures are needed to hold the new Taumata Arowai development to account for a new implementation of drinking water regulations. The Government is set to be proposing the idea of a new water regulator called Taumata Arowai — the regulations will put ‘responsibilities’ toward the Government than...

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National: Lockdowns are ‘impacting’ Students learning

National: Lockdowns are ‘impacting’ Students learning

National’s Education spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says children are missing out on vital class time every time New Zealand goes into lockdown. “With our educational achievement falling off the pace internationally already, we should be doing everything we can to avoid further lockdowns.” An assessment made by NZQA’s University Entrance pass...

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Endangered ‘flying Penguins’ need greater protection – Department of Conservation

Endangered ‘flying Penguins’ need greater protection – Department of Conservation

Critically endangered diving petrels are much needed to be protected, according to the Department of Conservation. Bright lights from vessels out at sea and surrounding breeding grounds, from conservation management on land, could pose a risk to the endangered Penguins. They were mostly found widely in coastal dunes in the...

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Life-saving bowel screening appointments Programme now available in Waikato

Life-saving bowel screening appointments Programme now available in Waikato

The Ministry of Health has announced Waikato District Health’s Board is joining the National Bowel Screening Programme. For the next two years, residents that are eligible will receive a home testing kit in the mail. Clinical Director Dr Susan Parry gave some advice to get the test and do it....

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