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Fatal Police shooting – Brixton
Govt increases assistance to drought-stricken Hawke’s Bay farmers
Penny Simmonds National’s candidate for Invercargill
Search commences for overdue trampers
PSA to closely monitor Auckland Council voluntary pay cut proposal
Road closed – SH3, Brixton
UPDATE: Investigation into death of Joseph Nansen
University of Canterbury Arts SSANSE Project provides advice on government policies for a Post-Covid Future
Preparations are underway for 2021 Toyota Country Music Festival, Tamworth
UPDATE: Search for Dale Watene 19 May
Incident – Karekare beach
No new cases of COVID-19 19 May
16 arrested, $1 million in assets seized in Hawke’s Bay police operation
Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s Intern of Year Announced
Air New Zealand boosts flights to Queenstown for Queen’s Birthday
Teens shocked by suicide portrayal in ’13 Reasons Why’ study finds
Higher fibre saves lives, but food processing may remove benefits
New guidelines for Hydrographic Surveying published
From trials to better treatments
Prices drop for sheep and beef farmers
More than 1 in 3 Māori and Pacific people live in a damp house
ACEM congratulates new Buchanan Prize winners
Driving prompt payments to small businesses
Rotorua tourist icon to be safeguarded
No show by Treasury shows Govt in full dismissal mode
Operation Quattro: Police charge two people with Murder
Ministry of Health celebrates World Family Doctor Day
Commission preparing to assess Aurora Energy’s proposed $400 million investment plan and associated price increases
Family speak out: Don’t ruin lives by choosing to drink, take drugs and drive
Vernacare increases production by 60% to fight Coronavirus
Joint Statement on Occassion of IDAHOT Day
Artemisia annua extract to become prescription-only medicine
NZ police lay charges over Linwood Road fatal crash
Fatal crash, Te Pohue
$14.7m for jobs training and education
Is it time to further recognise those who serve in our military?
Paving way for a fully qualified early learning workforce
High-paying environmental jobs policy not realistic
No new cases of COVID-19 18 May
Te Anau homicide
More money for management than students
New Zealand’s population passes 5 million
Airline pilots backing trans-tasman bubble and opening of state borders
FMA reports steady progress on financial advice transitional licensing
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China limited registered as bank
Put petrol tax hike on hold along with light rail
UPDATE: Otaki death
Sport Recovery Package announced