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Should we make Korikori Green a street for people?

Korikori Green, a road in Rototuna North connecting North City Road and Kimbrae Drive, could soon be closed to through traffic.

Wither Hills' fire danger rises to 'Extreme' - Marlborough District Council

Fire and Emergency NZ has advised Marlborough District Council this afternoon that the fire danger on the Wither Hills Farm Park is now ‘Extreme’.

The temperature in the Blenheim area is 36C (at 3.00pm) and could rise further today.

Come face-to-face with life under the sea at Community Snorkel Day

Greater Wellington, together with Mountains to Sea Wellington (MTSW), is offering people a guided glimpse into the mesmerizing underwater world with a free Community Snorkel Day this Saturday at Taputeranga Marine Reserve.

Declined baby names for 2020 - Department of Internal Affairs

We’ll never be royals with nearly a quarter of declined baby names featuring "Royal" in some form or another. Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs has released the list of names declined in 2020 by the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages.

Good progress on trade waste bylaw compliance - council

Council is continuing to work with Cedenco to prevent future trade waste bylaw consent breaches.

To swim or not to swim? - council

This week’s stretch of hot weather serves as a good reminder that the end of January and right through the month of February is typically the hottest period of the year for us here in Canterbury.

Final Te Ahi Tupua chapter comes to a close

Partners, funders and contributors marked the successful completion of Te Ahi Tupua today with a karakia.

New Council office open day

The public will have a chance to look through the new Gore District Council offices before staff move in.

There will be an open day this Friday (29 January) from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. The Council will welcome its first customers into the new building on Wednesday 3 February.

Inspection report for Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility released

The Office of the Inspectorate Te Tari Tirohia has released its inspection report for Auckland Region Women’s Corrections Facility.

Imports from Chinese New Year can leave a bitter taste - DoC

As Chinese New Year draws nearer, people are being asked to double-check import rules for items such as traditional herbal medicines coming to New Zealand from overseas. Many people buy or are sent items from overseas to celebrate the festival.