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Cycling in dusk and dawn - Be Bright on your bike

Reduced daylight hours and wet weather means commuters are riding their bikes in low-light conditions.

Search and rescue operation launched for missing women

Central District Police seeking information about two missing women have begun a search and rescue operation after their vehicle was discovered at the entrance of the Kapakapanui Track, in the Tararua Forest Park near Waikanae earlier this evening.

Police charge 40 year-old man after vicious attack on young female jogger

Northland Police have arrested and charged a 40 year-old local man, following an attack on a young woman early this morning.

The victim, aged in her early twenties, was jogging around the Hatea Loop at around 6.30am this morning.

Police seek information about missing women in Central North Island

Police are seeking any information on the whereabouts of Carolyn and Rachel LLoyd, aged 45 and 22 respectively.

The mother and daughter were due to check out of their Palmerston North Motel on 27th April.

Charities register with UCOL

Charities are being asked to register with UCOL if they are interested in receiving priority opportunities to purchase items built by UCOL students, such as houses. UCOL students build houses to an almost compete stage as part of their fit-for-purpose and work ready studies.

Hawkes Bay motorists urged to watch out for kids as schools return

As the school holidays come to a close, Hawkes Bay Police are reminding motorists to take extra care on the roads and around schools from next week.

Negotiations to commence on Local Alcohol Policy appeals

The media advisory sent out this afternoon regarding the Council’s Local Alcohol Policy incorrectly referenced an "on-licence business" in the second paragraph. The following version has been updated and is correct.

New King Tawhiao sign for Taumarunui northern entrance

Anyone wanting a last minute photo of the King Tawhiao sign at the northern entrance to Taumarunui needs to take it over the weekend as weather permitting it will be coming down on Monday (2 May) to make way for a new one.

North Shore residents steer bus changes - Auckland Transport

North Shore residents can look forward to a simpler, better connected, and more frequent bus network which reflects the community’s needs, as the final decisions on the New Network for the North Shore were released today.

Fed Farmers welcomes NZ Fire Services merger

Federated Farmers welcomes the Government’s announcement today that funding of $303 million will be used over four years to combine rural and urban fire services.

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