Wellington Police are currently searching for Rose Jenkins Drew, an 81 year old female who is missing from Malvina Major Retirement Village situated at 134 Burma Road Johnsonville, Wellington.
Southland Police are currently examining the scene of a fatal crash that has claimed three lives. The crash occurred late on Friday the 25th of April 2014.
Peter Dunne says he will work with councils to shorten the timeframe until the Psychoactive Substances Act’s full implementation
Prime Minister John Key has done some sort of backflip in providing legal support for the families of Christchurch quake victims, but it is up to the families to say if they are satisfied, says Labour's Canterbury Earthquake Recovery spokesperson Clayton Cosgrove.
The NSW Swifts were defeated by the QLD Firebirds 61-53 at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre (SOPSC) on Monday night as the Queenslanders continued their unbeaten start to the 2013 ANZ Championship.
Swifts shooter Amorette Wild said the team let their intensity drop in the second half.
An active front will move onto the South Island Sunday afternoon, then a low is expected to develop on this front over Canterbury in the evening. During Monday morning, this low deepens with a strong southeast flow developing over southern South Island areas.
The NSW Swifts have bounced back in emphatic form with their first win since Round 5, claiming a 65-52 victory over the Southern Steel in Round 9 of the 2014 ANZ Championship.
Ian Hogarth retired on 23 November 2012 after working for the Department of Conservation for 55 years.
On The Nation this weekend… we’ll examine the fallout from the departure of Shane Jones, and take a look at the priorities of the man who will replace him in Parliament, Kelvin Davis.
Four-year-old Nadia Esfahani’s life was changed by the Waikato District Health Board’s Newborn Hearing Screening Programme, which is currently celebrating its 10th year.
Palmerston North City Council’s operating budget surplus has continued through the third quarter of the financial year with a recorded improved operating position of $5.2m for the nine months to 31 March 2014.
I’ve stated many a time on this blog that I am a geek. My geekness comes in all shapes and forms, but mostly in the form of TV and theatre dorkery.
Police are attending a truck and trailer that has flipped on the Karangahake Gorge Road, 18 kilometres east of Paeroa.
The All Blacks Sevens team for the final two legs of the IRB HSBC Sevens World Series in Glasgow (3, 4 May) and London (10, 11 May) has been named by coach Gordon Tietjens.
The team is:
DJ Forbes (capt)
I believe that, as we mark the 99th Anzac Day tomorrow, that our Government should apologise to the World War I conscientious objectors who were treated so badly.
An emerging tourism boom is helping the New Zealand hotel sector recover from five years of modest growth, with a resurgence of demand stimulating increases in occupancy and room rates.
New Zealand’s most authentic Japanese-themed tourism venture - and home to the most remote ethnic cuisine restaurant in the country - has been placed on the market for sale.
Counties Manukau Police investigating the aggravated robbery of the Mobil service station at Mt Wellington on the 23rd of April 2014 are investigating the possibility that it is linked with another robbery at the Mobil station on Apirana Ave, Glen Innes on Friday 18 April and another recent incid
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