New ‘DataHub’ launched for Property insights and analytics

New ‘DataHub’ launched for Property insights and analytics

New Zealand's Real Estate Institute announced that they had launched DataHub, a central database for property data analytics. The DataHub brings together information that can include multiple sources of data combined to create insights and analytics on a dashboard in one place. Bindi Norwell, Chief Executive at REINZ says the...

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Judith Collins to begin asking Government ‘hard questions’ in the House

Judith Collins to begin asking Government ‘hard questions’ in the House

National Leader Judith Collins is set to start asking the Government ‘hard questions' in the House rather than media after a morning press questionnaire today. The political party has joined the game late in being opposed to the current Labour-led Government in its practices. She considered the country to be...

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Vaccination starts for Families of Border Workers – Dr Ashley Bloomfield

Vaccination starts for Families of Border Workers – Dr Ashley Bloomfield

The first large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic opened in South Auckland today, and vaccinations for border workers' families have started. “This newly established vaccination centre has been set up in East Tamaki as we ramp up our immunisation programme for this next phase to vaccinate the estimated 50,000 household contacts of...

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Serious crash in Belmont kills Cyclist after Truck collides with them, Auckland

Serious crash in Belmont kills Cyclist after Truck collides with them, Auckland

Police were in attendance at a serious crash in Belmont that killed a cyclist in Auckland. The crash between a truck and the cyclist happened on Lake Road and Montgomery Avenue. It occurred just after 1 pm. The Serious Crash Unit was notified and later attended the scene. A part...

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Search underway for overdue Fisherman near Tekapo, Canterbury

Search underway for overdue Fisherman near Tekapo, Canterbury

Authorities announced that a search and rescue is underway after a man failed to return home from a fishing trip on March 6. He was last in the Twizel-Tekapo area after reports were received that he was overdue from a fishing trip. The man's car was found at Irishman Creek...

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Flight Attendant who caught COVID-19 receives identified Variant, not of concern

Flight Attendant who caught COVID-19 receives identified Variant, not of concern

According to the Ministry of Health, the flight attendant that caught COVID-19 does not have a Variant of concern. It was reported that the individual returned to New Zealand from Japan on February 28, where a negative test result was returned. Subsequently, they returned a positive test result on March...

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4 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation, 1 historical

4 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation, 1 historical

There are 4 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation, none in the community and one is a historical case. The first case arrived on March December 17 from the United Kingdom via  Qatar. They all tested positive at around day 11 and was in Auckland's quarantine...

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Littered Cigarette Butts are harming New Zealand’s seas and environment

Littered Cigarette Butts are harming New Zealand’s seas and environment

To highlight the issue of cigarette butts in the seas, for National Sea Week of 2021, Sustainability Trust will be running ‘street sweeps' throughout this week. “Most people are aware that littering is bad for sea life, but cigarette butts still aren’t counted as litter by many people, even though...

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