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Labour's 'about face' on rivers sad for environment - NZFFA

A national trout fishing organisation says the Labour Party’s reversal of its policy on charging commercial users for use of freshwater is a retrograde 180 degree turn around and therefore disappointing.

On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Hone Harawira (24 June 2017)
On The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews Bill English (24 June 2017)
Shifty Bill jumps the shark - Robertson (24 June 2017)


ERANZ lifts representation as Flick Electric joins

The Electricity Retailers Association of NZ (ERANZ) now represents 99.5 per cent of electricity retailers by market share after Flick Electric Co was yesterday confirmed as the latest company to join.

Antartica NZ appoints new General Manager of Communications (23 June 2017)
Finance company fined $22,000 and returns $10,000 to borrowers (23 June 2017)
Ford scores in J.D. Power Initial Quality Study (23 June 2017)


Test match crowd well-behaved

Police continue to be impressed with fans attending matches in the DHL NZ Lions series, with a well-behaved and enthusiastic crowd at tonight’s first test at Eden Park.

Growing great families in Wellington (24 June 2017)
Man drowns at Muriwai Beach (24 June 2017)
Poll Results: Kiwis want a "drier than average" July (24 June 2017)


Grayson and Lobban to do battle In final of Squash XL PSA

Campbell Grayson and Greg Lobban will do battle tomorrow in the 2017 Squash XL PSA final on the all glass court in Auckland after taking strong wins in 3 against their opponents Rex Hedrick and Daniel Mekbib.

Challenger title win for Mclachlan (24 June 2017)
All Whites look to finish on a high (24 June 2017)
Mekbib makes it two seeds in two night at Squash XL PSA (23 June 2017)


Local businesses help make Lower Hutt light show extra special

Lower Hutt businesses are joining Hutt City Council to deliver HighLight: Carnival of Lights later this year.

Coming this Labour Weekend in October, Highlight will transform Riddiford Garden in central Lower Hutt into a wonderland of brilliant light installations and live performances.

Matariki meets Mt Albert - on its way to Alberton (23 June 2017)
Interactive exhibition set to build our city and our communities (23 June 2017)
Skinny Hobos unleash blistering new single ‘Suburban Living’ (23 June 2017)


Heat up your morning with Muffin Break

Heat up your morning with $4 porridge with any coffee at Muffin Break nationwide

It’s always a mad rush in the morning, and breakfast seems to be an afterthought on the way to work.

Vintage wedding dresses to go under the hammer (22 June 2017)
Qantas and Charles Perkins announce partnership (22 June 2017)
Recycle Boutique opens bigger Newmarket store (21 June 2017)


Nurses and doctors mend babies’ hearts with help from Angel Flight

Cooperation in a remote rural area of Waikato enabled two babies with complex cardiac conditions to access specialist care at Starship Hospital in Auckland and follow up treatment and monitoring in their own home back in Taumarunui.

SNZ welcomes release of health research strategy (24 June 2017)
Support for mental health and addictions issues matters to us all (24 June 2017)
SmartHealth benefits patients and practice (23 June 2017)


World of wearable tech showcased in new infographic

Callaghan Innovation today launched the second product in a new Infographics Series, which it hopes will demystify key technology areas and raise awareness of the opportunities that these technologies are creating.

Avondale College students on their way to MOS World Champs (22 June 2017)
Blind Foundation collaborates with 2degrees (21 June 2017)
Women step into start-up spotlight at ilab UQ (21 June 2017)
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