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Hamilton Raises Concerns Over Safety Of Ministry's Proposed Transport Rule Change

Hamilton raises concerns over safety of Ministry's proposed transport rule change 28 JULY 2009 For Immediate Release Hamilton City Council is concerned that a proposed law change which would see heavier vehicles allowed on Hamilton roads without a permit could compromise road safety, causing more

Doctorate Thesis Disappeared `In A Black Hole' - Lawyer

Doctorate Thesis Disappeared `In A Black Hole' - Lawyer

Wellington, July 28 NZPA - Former immigration chief Mary Anne Thompson's doctorate thesis disappeared "in a black hole" after being sent to the London School of Economics, her lawyer said today.

Expanded Product Line Leads To Rebranding

To better reflect its national reach and wide range of animal feeding and milking systems, industry stalwart Rakaia Engineering Ltd has rebranded several of its divisions with the name REL.

Cotton On Needs To 'Cotton On'

Cotton On Needs To 'Cotton On'

Retail chain, Cotton On needs to rethink the selling of offensive baby wear in New Zealand, states the National Council of Women of New Zealand (NCWNZ).

No Turning Back On Super City Reforms Says ARC Chairman, Mike Lee

No Turning Back On Super City Reforms Says ARC Chairman, Mike Lee

We have no time to waste debating the merits of fundamental change to local government in Auckland, says ARC Chairman Mike Lee.

Beyond The Grave Appeal Begins

Wellington, July 28 NZPA - A Haast helicopter pilot believed he had customary rights to mine greenstone (pounamu) from South Westland's Cascade Plateau, the Court of Appeal was told today.

Carters Big Build - One Brand New Home In Eleven Days, The Big Night In Telethon 09

This Tuesday 28 July Carters will begin a race against the clock to construct the final build phase of the perfect kiwi bach for charity auction on www.sella.co.nz.

With just eleven days until the Big Night In Telethon 09, the Big Build will be no mean feat

Pulsating White Dwarfs Explained By Victoria's "Accidental Astronomer"

Exploring distant parts of the galaxy, astrophysicist Denis Sullivan has collaborated on the discovery of about six extrasolar planetsnot bad for an accidental astronomer.

Rita Angus Exhibition Curator Wins Montana NZ Book Award

Rita Angus Exhibition Curator Wins Montana NZ Book Award

Auckland Art Gallery is delighted by Rita Angus biographer Jill Trevelyan's win at last night's Montana NZ Book Awards.

Trevelyan co-curated the blockbuster exhibition Rita Angus: Life & Vision opening at Auckland Art Gallery this Saturday, 1 August.

Auckland Prison Garage Gets Its Wof

Prisoners undertaking Corrections Inmate Employment (CIE) training in the garage at Auckland Prison will now have the opportunity to learn how to undertake Warrant of Fitness inspections.