Māori language now offered on thisquality, a step in the right direction

Māori language now offered on thisquality, a step in the right direction

A brand new language system that has been in development concluded for thisquality on Friday. The Māori language is now being welcomed onto its platform to reach more people who prefer to read news their way. The goal was to ensure multilingual options are available for news publications, especially from...

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Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika banned from Facebook for three days

Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika banned from Facebook for three days

Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika has been banned for three days from live streaming on Facebook. The ban follows misinformation being spread about COVID-19 from a live stream posted on February 22. For the last year, he created content that misleads viewers, saying the COVID-19 Pandemic is a ‘scam’ or...

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Swerve City releases brand new Music Video ‘Sink Like Stones’ – video

Swerve City releases brand new Music Video ‘Sink Like Stones’ – video

Auckland-based music band Swervecity released a new song called ‘Sink Like Stones' bringing a scathing attack on the world's leaders for their mishandling of Climate Change. Leading Guitar and vocals, Kevin Ashby makes it heard screaming like Valkyries with a rhythm of section pounds that represent war drums played by...

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Earthquake? LONG or STRONG? Get Gone – video

Earthquake? LONG or STRONG? Get Gone – video

New Zealand is at risk of tsunamis infiltrating its coastlines, and knowing the warning signs can save lives by taking the right actions. Work out what supplies you may need before a tsunami and get to know the evacuation zones for your area. Ensure you know where to go; it...

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Aftershocks continue to shake North Eastern New Zealand

Aftershocks continue to shake North Eastern New Zealand

New Zealand's East Coast has experienced a grudgingly amount of aftershocks following large magnitude earthquakes yesterday. Starting as a ‘severe' magnitude 7.1 shake, striking at 2:27 am on Friday morning, all of the North Island and parts of the Northern South Island area felt the quake. Over 50,000 people reported...

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9 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

9 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

There are 9 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation, and none in the community. The first case arrived on March 4 from the United States via Qatar. This person tested positive at around day 0 and is staying in a quarantine facility in Auckland. The second,...

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Hamilton to make a move down on Alert Levels from Sunday

Hamilton to make a move down on Alert Levels from Sunday

Hamilton City Council will begin operating at Alert Level 1 from 6 am on Sunday, March 7. It follows the Government's announcement yesterday afternoon from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. New Zealand (excluding Auckland) will move to Level 1 from 2, while Auckland will move to Level 2 from 3 on...

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Judith Collins welcomes downgrade of Lockdown Alert Levels

Judith Collins welcomes downgrade of Lockdown Alert Levels

National Party Leader Judith Collins welcomed announcements made by the Government on downgrading Lockdown Alert Level settings. “Given the Government’s confidence that this outbreak is under control, National sees no good reason why Auckland can’t shift to Level 2 on Saturday and the rest of the country shift to Level...

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Bus and Car crash into each other, Christchurch

Bus and Car crash into each other, Christchurch

Authorities reported that a bus and car collided with each other on the corner of Main Road, Moncks Bay in Christchurch. The crash happened at around 8:50 pm last night. Emergency services rushed to the scene after reports indicated that two people were trapped inside their vehicle. The road was...

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