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Court Orders $146,000 In Fines And Reparation Over River Death

Wellington, Aug 25 NZPA - Adventure tourism company Mad Dog River Boarding has been fined $66,000 and ordered to pay $80,000 in reparation to the family of drowned British tourist Emily Jordan.

Press Conference About Kashin

A press conference about Auckland Zoo elephant Kashin will be held at the zoo's Old Elephant House today at 1pm.

Statistics For Challenging Times

Auckland businesses are being encouraged to use freely-available statistics to help them make good decisions in challenging economic times.

Bus Driver Denies Dangerous Driving After Schoolgirl Struck

Auckland, Aug 25 NZPA - A bus driver accused of hitting a schoolgirl in suburban Auckland last month has denied dangerous driving.

Siatua Tusa pleaded not guilty to the charge when he appeared in Auckland District Court today.

Water Quality Top Priority

Horizons Regional Council has surveyed public expectations around water quality and results show clear community backing for work to maintain and enhance waterways.

Public Policy: Saying One Thing While Doing Another

Public Policy: Saying One Thing While Doing Another

Bob Gregory thinks its time to remove the mask on public policy and reveal what is really going on.

Winners Of 2009 Diversity Action Awards Announced

Twelve organisations have received awards from the Human Rights Commission in recognition of their outstanding contribution to positive race relations. The awards night was held at the 2009 New Zealand Diversity Forum in Wellington on Monday.

Professor George Jelinek Launches Ms Awareness Week

Monday 31st August marks the start of the annual Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week - the most important event in the annual calendar for MS Auckland Region

Air Force Helicopter Called In To Search For Missing Teens

An Iroquois helicopter from No 3 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force launched from Ohakea Air Force Base at 7am this morning to assist the Police search for three teenagers missing in the Ruatoki Valley area, 15kms south of Whakatane.

Man Charged In Connection With Lower Hutt Aggravated Robberies

Man Charged In Connection With Lower Hutt Aggravated Robberies

On the 21 August 2009 Lower Hutt Police arrested a 22 year old male, and charged him with the aggravated robberies of the BP Waiwhetu and Caltex VIC service stations that occurred on the 1 August 2009.