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Work to start on 'smart' pedestrian crossing in Lyttelton

A ‘smart’ pedestrian crossing that uses radar technology to sense people and adjust crossing time is set to be installed in Lyttelton.

Waimarama Boil Water Notice lifted

The Boil Water Notice in Waimarama has been lifted today.

Consistently clear water tests and the completion of an investigation into the cause of the initial e-Coli test results have allowed the notice to be lifted, said Hastings District Council asset manager Craig Thew.

Search continues for missing man

Statement by Incident Controller, Constable Gareth Hughes of Palmerston North Search and Rescue:

Central District Police are continuing the search for 36-year-old Christopher Neal who was last seen in Masterton on Monday morning.

Nelson Police seeking to identify a male last seen on Tuckett Pl

Police are requesting the public’s assistance to identify a male who spoke to a young child in Enner Glynn, Nelson earlier this week.

He was last seen on Tuesday 21 February 2017 walking north on Tuckett Place, before turning west onto Waimea Road.

Kids encouraged to get moving in March

In March this year students from over 65 schools will be taking part in Movin’March, a month long (1-31 March) celebration of active travel to school organised by the Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Civil Defence Port Hills update - 2.50pm

Aerial video showing Port Hills fire damage

Aerial footage showing damage from the Port Hills fire. Further images and updates will continue to be uploaded on NEWSLINE.

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Schools no longer required to be in lockdown

The three Remuera schools who were put into lockdown as a precautionary measure have been advised by Police that they are no longer required to be in lockdown.

Police are clearing the street but no injured persons have been found.

Christchurch Police investigate sexually motivated attack

Police are investigating an attack on a woman in Waltham, Christchurch last night.

Between 10:15 and 10:30pm last night a 21-year-old woman was attacked from behind by a male as she walked along Vienna Street towards Hastings Street. It is believed the assault was sexually motivated.

Ngāti Tama call on Environment Minister

Ngāti Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust call on Environment Minister to support conservation order to protect national water taonga

Key landscape decision released by the Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal judgement in Man O’ War Station v Auckland Council has been released today and EDS has welcomed the comprehensive rejection of the appellant company’s position.

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