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Jury Requests To Hear Ingram Audio Of Interview With Field

Auckland, Aug 4 NZPA - A jury deliberating in the Taito Phillip Field trial today asked to listen to extracts of the former MP's interview with barrister Noel Ingram QC.

The jury began its fourth day of deliberations in the High Court in Auckland at 9am.

Litter Study Identifies Missed Tobacco Tax Revenue

A study of street-collected cigarette packs indicates the Government is missing out on at least $36 million dollars of tax because of the consumption of foreign duty free cigarettes and those purchased in other countries.

Energising Civic Participation

Nominations are now being called for this year's Christchurch Civic Awards.

Trade Me Jobs Beats Seek On Pages

Trade Me Jobs Beats Seek On Pages

4 August 2009

Trade Me Jobs has officially passed Seek, delivering 15 million domestic page impressions for July 2009*. By comparison Seek received 14.5 million page impressions for the same period*.

'The Big Latch On' Friday 7th August 2009

4 August 2009 - West Coast mothers are taking part in the annual breastfeeding marathon as they latch their babies on for a feed on Friday August the 7th, at the following venues;

Exxon Ignores Pleas From 50,000 People To Halt Damaging Activities That Threaten Rare Whales

4 AUGUST 2009 - More than 50,000 people have demanded that oil and gas giant ExxonMobil and several other companies suspend damaging industrial activities that harm the Western Gray Whale, one of the world*s most critically endangered whales.

Rtc Rejects Current Plans For Heavier Vehicles On Roads

4 August 2009 - The Waikato Regional Transport Committee (RTC) has rejected proposals that would allow trucks weighing up to 53 tonnes to be used on specified routes.

Service Station Robbers Chastised For `Hare-Brained Scheme'

Service Station Robbers Chastised For `Hare-Brained Scheme'

Auckland, Aug 4 NZPA - A judge has chastised two Northland men for a "hare-brained scheme" to rob a service station.

Jonathan Tolhopf, 20, admitted one count of burglary and Adrian Lyall Flett, 19, admitted a count of burglary and two of theft by failing to properly account.

Field Jury To Enter Fourth Day Of Deliberations

Field Jury To Enter Fourth Day Of Deliberations

Auckland, Aug 4 NZPA - The jury in the Taito Phillip Field trial will enter its fourth day of deliberations in Auckland today.

The jury of six women and four men retired late on Thursday and have been considering the 35 charges against the former Mangere MP for more than 20 hours.