Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse will today travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as part of an Immigration NZ (INZ) selection mission to interview refugee cases who have been submitted for resettlement in New Zealand by the UN refugee agency, UNHCR.
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The Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand (DCANZ) says the case for regional (and other) trade deals remains very strong, regardless of the recent decision by the US to withdraw from the TPP agreement.
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|ASX: Firm opening belies a brittle mood (24 January 2017)|
|Create your blueprint for better diversity and inclusion outcomes in 2017 (24 January 2017)|
A tree has fallen and power lines are down at Bob's Cove on Queenstown-Glenorchy Road and the road is blocked in both directions.
Bob's Cove is approximately 14km from Queenstown.
|Rain and gales for parts of southern and central NZ (24 January 2017)|
|Graffiti water blasting (24 January 2017)|
|Police looking for brothers Josh Larkins and Perry Bristow (24 January 2017)|
While most ease off with their training as the Kathmandu Coast to Coast gets closer, one group from the far north of New Zealand is taking on a 1700 kilometre journey cycling and kayaking to get to the iconic event.
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|Guptill back in blue for Stags showdown (24 January 2017)|
|Wellington Firebirds named for Round Four of the Ford Trophy (24 January 2017)|
A quarter of a million people are expected to visit SKYCITY Auckland over the next two weeks to see in the Chinese New Year in spectacular style.
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|Waitangi cricket match at Te Waimate Mission (23 January 2017)|
|Parnell Year of the Rooster welcomes cultural diversity (23 January 2017)|
There are already 27 Russians coming to the Rotorua Walking Festival this year.
|Five tips for a healthy school lunch box (24 January 2017)|
|Tomorrow’s Wellington Cup Day positive event for whole region (20 January 2017)|
|AA Traveller’s favourite family beaches (20 January 2017)|
Pouring rain didn’t stop the twenty children attending the summer Diabetes camp from enjoying a brisk walk to visit the Northland Rescue Helicopter last week.
Each year Northland DHB hosts a summer camp for young people who have diabetes at the Manaia Baptist Campground.
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|Harnessing hope to treat rare disease in children (24 January 2017)|
|Fast track clinic speeds up Northland lung cancer response (23 January 2017)|
Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) today released findings from the 2016 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report: Family Edition, which sheds light on New Zealand parents’ perceptions of cyberbullying and the preventative measures they are putting in place to protect their children.
|Cyber security conference coming to New Zealand (23 January 2017)|
|Free wifi proving popular and going well (20 January 2017)|
|OPPO signals upcoming launch In NZ (20 January 2017)|