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Four Lotto players scoop $250,000 win

Four lucky Lotto players around the country will be celebrating after each winning $250,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s Lotto draw.

The winning tickets were sold at the following locations:

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Auckland

Good weather no excuse for Alert Level 4 breaches - Police

Sunny weather in Tāmaki Makaurau today is proving tempting for a number of people out and about in the city.

The vast majority of people are doing the right thing, however our staff have noticed the Tamaki Drive/Mission Bay area has been particularly busy.

Faith groups unite to support mall attack victims

Responding to the terrorist attack in Auckland’s LynnMall, a nationwide virtual prayer vigil for peace and wellbeing will involve leaders from many faith communities tomorrow afternoon [Sunday 19 September].

Waimakariri proposed District Plan now out for feedback

Waimakariri District’s Proposed District Plan - a planning document which shapes development and growth for the next 10 years - is out for submission from today.

Mesmerising video wins $20,000 National Contemporary Art Award

Auckland-based artist Caryline Boreham has won the prestigious $20,000 National Contemporary Art Award for 2021 for a mesmerising video work entitled Palmolive.

Networks commit to climate action

On the final day of the Strengthening Communities Hui, the three organising networks have committed to collective work to address climate change.

'A milestone worth celebrating: Apo Island is PH's first zero waste island'

After a year of successfully sustaining its Zero Waste efforts, Apo Island-a barangay (village) in Dauin municipality in Negros Oriental, Philippines-is now tagged as the county’s 1st Zero Waste Island Barangay.

Marlborough’s Road to Recovery - 17 September Update - Marlborough District Council

Public access, with some restrictions, along the length of Queen Charlotte Drive is just around the corner.

'Te Tatau o Te Arawa sets up Rotorua Reorua Fund '

In recognition of this year’s Maori Language Moment, Te Tatau o Te Arawa has established a fund to support iwi, hapÅ« and community-led reorua events and activities.

Maritime Union of New Zealand 'backs Fremantle port workers'

The Maritime Union of New Zealand is backing Fremantle port workers in their dispute with Qube Stevedores.