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Keep each other safe on the road this Easter - NZ Police

Police and Waka Kotahi are asking drivers to slow down and be patient over Easter.

Physical activity level of Auckland’s Asian communities 'significantly impacted by Covid'

A report into the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on the physical activity level of Asian communities across Auckland is providing helpful insights for the sport and recreation sector as New Zealand finds itself dealing with changing norms due to the pandemic.

Pukaha goes live with new Online Experience for virtual visitors

Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre is thrilled to announce a new Online Experience is now available. Pūkaha is currently one of only seven Online Experiences based in Aotearoa New Zealand on Airbnb and the only one in the Tararua/Wairarapa regions.

Share a 'gift of Smiles' this Mother’s Day

Looking for the perfect gift for your mum this Mother’s Day? Why not give something truly special that will bring a smile to your mum’s face and a smile to a child in need?

Media release: Dunedin Fringe Awards 2022

Fringe 2022 Highlights video: Click here https://youtu.be/4Kyx2MX_N08

Awards Images: Click here  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1rxQcUZk_5d8FZC5S3JRIZW9n2tUx4RMS?usp=sharing

Bonus ticket wins Wellington Lotto player $1 million

A Wellington woman can’t believe her luck after discovering she had won $1 million with Lotto First Division - and it was all thanks to a Bonus Ticket.

Auckland grandmother 'scoops' $28 million Powerball prize

An Auckland grandmother has had a life-changing start to the week after discovering the Powerball ticket she had sitting in her handbag had won $28.16 million.

Toi Onehunga pop-up gallery season extended until 1 May

The Toi Onehunga pop-up gallery season has been extended until 1 May, giving art lovers a greater chance to view works from Onehunga’s wealth of creative talent.

There's not plenty more fish in the sea - Vegan Society

Tomorrow is World End Fishing Day, 26th March, to mark the fact that trillions of fish are killed every year, many not even eaten, just waste products of another fishery. Fisheries globally are overfished, with many on the brink of extinction. The long finned eel is one such species in Aotearoa.

No more late fees at Porirua Libraries

Porirua libraries are scrapping overdue fines, in a move to remove barriers and make libraries more welcoming and accessible for all.