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Police attend serious crash on Pokapu Road

Police are in attendance at a serious crash on Pokapu Road near the intersection with One Tree Point Road, Ruakākā.

Police were called at around 4.30pm to the incident involving a truck and car.

A gifted korowai and family from Australia highlights for graduates - Massey

Beginning a whānau tradition with a korowai and having family arrive from Australia with the opening of the travel bubble the day before graduation, were just some of the extra special moments for the nearly 800 graduates who celebrated in Wellington on Tuesday.

Climate change could push millions into poverty - World Vision

Climate-related disasters are set to wipe out decades of development gains, if governments don’t take urgent action, warns World Vision.

Data from latest Taranaki Trends places Taranaki back in first spot for GDP

The Winter 2021 edition of Taranaki Trends, produced by Venture Taranaki, explores how our regional economy is tracking, including some of the medium-term impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, a year on from the Level 4 lockdown in 2020; particularly around employment, construction, house sales, re

Chlorine-free review: what would you like to know?

Opportunities to find out more about the Chlorine-Free Drinking Water Review are coming up over the next few weeks, including a Facebook Live chat next Tuesday 27 April at 7pm.

War historian to advise on New Zealand Army bicentennial ...

Professor Glyn Harper has been named academic advisor for the New Zealand Army Ngāti Tūmatauenga's bicentennial research project.

Police working to alleviate firearms licensing delays

Police is making significant progress in processing firearms licences, with 600 applications processed in the past two weeks alone.

Early release 'for violent killer' - Sensible Sentencing Trust

The Parole Board’s decision to grant an early release from prison for a man found guilty of a brutal and unprovoked attack is yet another example of the justice system failing at its core, says Darroch Ball co-leader of Sensible Sentencing Trust.

Otago Polytechnic 'achieves Rainbow Tick accreditation'

Otago Polytechnic is proud to have achieved Rainbow Tick reaccreditation, acknowledging that it accepts and values people in the workplace, and embraces the diversity of sexual and gender identities.

Napier City Council decides on the future of Maori representation

Napier City Council today discussed what future Māori representation on Council may look like in relation to the implementation of Māori ward(s) for Napier.