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Te Puke highway reopens after fatal crash

Te Puke Highway has reopened following a fatal crash at 2.30 this afternoon.

Three vehicles were involved in the crash, and the driver of one of the vehicles - an 18 year old man - died at the scene.

The man was a resident of Te Puke.

Drinking statistics 'heading in the right direction'

Current official statistics confirm that most of us are drinking less and younger drinkers are drinking more responsibly.

SST start petition against raising youth justice age

Sensible Sentencing Trust have started a petition calling for parliament to say 'NO' to raising the age of the youth justice system

The petition has come about after a youth advocacy organization called for the age of youth justice to be raised to 21.

Waikato Uni researcher steers the innovative future of PR

Waikato University Professor David McKie is striving to liberate and reform the field of public relations (PR).

One dead following Te Puke Highway crash

Police can confirm one person has died following a crash on Te Puke Highway, Papamoa, in the Western Bay of Plenty.

The crash occurred at approximately 2:30pm this afternoon, Friday 28 October 2016.

Fourth wave of NZ troops ready for Iraq mission

The fourth contingent of 106 New Zealand Defence Force soldiers left this afternoon for Australia to undertake integration training with their Australian Defence Force counterparts in the lead-up to their joint mission to train Iraqi troops.

Funding for Great Barrier conservation

Two community trusts working to protect Great Barrier Island’s nature from predators and weeds have received a $108,000 funding boost, Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has announced.

Bank customers ripped off abroad after big night out

Imagine this: you’re overseas, drinking in a bar. Next thing you know, people you don’t know are in your hotel room and your credit card has racked up a huge bar bill.

See behind the scenes at treatment plant in Hamilton

Hamilton City Council is offering a rare chance to see how the city treats the millions of litres of wastewater which flows from the toilets, bathrooms and laundries of our 160,000 residents every day.

1350 home project launched in Auckland

The 85 hectare, 1350 home "Auranga" greenfield development at Drury has been launched today by Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith.

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