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Information sought following assault in Manurewa

Counties Manukau Police are seeking information from the public following a stabbing in Manurewa this evening.

The incident happened at the intersection of Maplesden Driver and Kennington Drive, Clendon Park at 5.40pm and involved a confrontation between three men.

Gender Equal NZ wins Research Association award

Gender Equal NZ, led by the National Council of Women, has today won a Research Association award in the Infotools Community Advancement Category for New Zealand’s first Gender Attitudes Survey, carried out with Research New Zealand.

Crash in Auckland CBD

The intersection of Queen Street and Victoria Street West in Auckland CBD is now clear following a crash earlier this evening.

However, there is still some traffic backlog, so motorists are asked to have patience in the area.

Hawke's Bay Today Hastings City Celebration Award winners announced

The Hastings City Business Association takes great pleasure in congratulating Thomson’s Suits as the winner of the Simon Cartwright Photography Outstanding Retail Business Award and the overall Hawke’s Bay Today Hastings City Celebration Supreme Award 2018 tonight.

Serious crash in Auckland CBD

A crash in Auckland's CBD has blocked the road and left one person in a serious condition.

A car and a bus collided at the intersection of Queen Street and Victoria Street West just before 7:50pm.

One person, in the car, has serious injuries.

Book revealing the ‘crisis of human habitat’ wins major award

A Dunedin-based architect who retrained as a theologian has won this year’s $10,000 Ashton Wylie Mind Body Spirit Literary Award.

Serious crash south of Sanson, Manawatu

SH1 between Rongotea and Sanson has re-opened following a serious crash earlier this afternoon.

The crash involved two cars and occurred shortly after 3pm on the Himatangi Straight south of Sanson.

Immediate temporary closure of Freyberg Pool

Palmerston North City Council has become aware of a social media post from an individual claiming that he had placed 1080 pellets in the Freyberg Pool and on undisclosed public parks.

Record numbers of civilians and aid workers killed in 2018

A high number of civilians continue to be killed or injured by conflict, including civilian humanitarian personnel from International NGOs such as those based in New Zealand.

Blockhouse Bay man missing

Police would like the public’s help to find 75-year-old Yongan Jin.

Mr Jin left his Blockhouse bay home at approximately 10am yesterday and police and his family have concerns for his welfare.