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Students encouraged to be brave and never give up

Angela Francis, chief executive of the Asthma Foundation, shared her inspiring leadership journey with students at St Catherine's College, Wellington on Wednesday, 23 July as one of the nominated leaders of the 2014 Sir Peter Blake Trust Dream Team.

Harcourts donate part of each property sale to charity

Harcourts real estate offices throughout Tasmania have been making a donation from each property sale to charity, with $10,000 donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Hobart last month.

Majority of Commonwealth countries already republics

The Glasgow Commonwealth Games are here and it's a common misbelief that a Kiwi republic would mean that New Zealand would have to leave the Commonwealth. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.

Ngati Ruanui supports new Maori language strategy

Te Tumu Whakaae (Chair) of Te Runanga o Ngati Ruanui Trust said today his iwi supports Te Matawai, the Maori Affairs Minister’s new Maori language strategy.

Friday target to re-open SH1 link in Northland

The NZ Transport Agency says good progress is being made on repairs to State Highway 1 on the Brynderwyn Hills in Northland.

Inland Revenue continues to shut down aggressive phone scam

A victim of an aggressive phone scam which is targeting Inland Revenue customers for money or threatening them with deportation or prison if they don’t pay has been duped out of $6,500.

Children under five found without seatbelts

Counties Manukau Police found parents are continuing to take unnecessary risks with their children’s safety during Operation Restraint today.

State-of the-art weigh station now open

A state-of-the-art weigh station in the Bay of Plenty is set to make the state highway network safer for everyone.

The NZ Transport Agency has unveiled the $2million Paengaroa weigh station, which will be used to check that trucks on the road are within legal weight and safety limits.

PORSE helping keep Te Reo alive

New Zealand’s leading in-home childcare provider, PORSE is helping keep Te Reo alive supporting the Government’s initiative to encourage more Maori to participate in early childhood education.

Huge benefits from North Shore Riding for the Disabled

The changes undergone by children who attend Riding for the Disabled can be dramatic.

10 year-old Imogen was born with Global Developmental Delay, and other intellectual disabilities. As a result she has difficulty focusing, interpreting situations and socialising with others.

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