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Breast Is Best At Westfield Chartwell

A Westfield NZ policy that supports breastfeeding in its malls is a step in the right direction according to Waikato District Health Board.

Now in force at Chartwell, the breastfeeding policy supports and allows all new mothers to breastfeed their baby in the open areas of the mall.

ORC Surveying Port Chalmers Bus Users

ORC Surveying Port Chalmers Bus Users

The Otago Regional Council (ORC) will conduct a survey next week on the preferred departure time for the after 5pm commuter bus from central Dunedin to Port Chalmers.

Diesel For Less Than A Dollar

Diesel For Less Than A Dollar

Auckland, 17 July 2009 - Gull has this morning moved diesel prices to less than a dollar a litre.

South Waikato Schools Working Together To Tackle Obesity

South Waikato Schools Working Together To Tackle Obesity

Thirteen local schools have joined forces to improve the health of their community through one simple, clear message - healthy eating, healthy action.

Free Trade Brings Chinese Scholars To New Zealand

Education New Zealand: Media Release 17/07/09

Colombia Steps Up Commitment To Sustainable Tuna Fisheries In The Eastern Pacific

Colombia sends a clear message of collaboration joining Spain, France, the United States and Japan and 11 other IATTC member countries to promote regional management measures for commercial tuna in the Eastern Pacific Ocean Bogot, Colombia (July 16, 2009) - WWF, Conservation International (CI), M

Drug Dealer Ordered To Forfeit 40 Percent Of Home

Drug Dealer Ordered To Forfeit 40 Percent Of Home

By Tony Stickley for NZPA

Auckland, July 17 NZPA - A Rotorua drug dealer's 12-month sentence of home detention will be just about the last time she stays in the property after the High Court ordered she forfeit part of her home's value to the Crown.

Capill's Parole Hearing Delayed

Wellington, July 17 NZPA - Former Christian Heritage Party leader and convicted paedophile, Graham Capill, has had his parole hearing delayed for a month while the Parole Board waits for a psychologist's report.

Wine Marlborough Board Warns Growers To Beware Of Rogue

Wine Marlborough Board Warns Growers To Beware Of Rogue

The Board of Wine Marlborough is warning grape growers to take care who they employ during the pruning season, and to ensure everyone working on their property has the necessary permits.

Liquor Bans Effective In Curbing Alcohol Related Disorder: Survey

17 JULY 2009

Overnight liquor bans are supported by nearly all North Shore residents and business owners questioned in a recent survey, with most respondents believing the bans have been effective in minimising alcohol fuelled problems in public areas on the North Shore.