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Police Conclude Investigation Into Alleged Assault

Wellington Police have concluded their investigation into the alleged assault on French rugby player Mathieu Bastareaud.

The police enquiry concentrated on tracking the movements of Mr Bastareaud throughout the evening of Saturday 20th to the early hours of Sunday 21st June 2009.

Clean Heat Project Benefits From New EECA Funding

Clean Heat Project Benefits From New EECA Funding

Environment Canterbury's Clean Heat Project will continue to offer significant levels of financial help to Christchurch's lowest income householders, councillors agreed today.

Mayor Looks To The Future For Kumeu Workers

Rodney District Council mayor Penny Webster says her Council will do all it can to help lessen the impact on those people affected by today's announcement that Fletcher's will close its Kumeu particle board plant.

New Sound For Civil Defence Sirens

Wanganui's Civil Defence sirens are getting a new sound - and some will be playing it for the first time on July 1.

James Stormont Hits 1000

26 June 2009

Last night at the Cambridge-Te Awamutu HRC meeting, James Stormont became only the 18th driver in New Zealand to reach 1000 lifetime wins. The proud moment for the Pukekohe-based driver and trainer, came in the last race of the evening behind Galleons Enforcer.

Unprofessional Emails Causing Workplace Stress

Unprofessional Emails Causing Workplace Stress

Poor quality emails are causing almost as much stress in the workplace as the number received, a psychological study has revealed.

Innovation In Early Childhood Education Under Threat

Innovation In Early Childhood Education Under Threat

26 June 2009 - The education sector union NZEI Te Riu Roa says government's Budget cuts to professional development programmes for early childhood teachers will undo years of work and undermine quality education for our youngest children.

Prison Terms For Atm Skimming Send Clear Message, Say Police

Auckland, June 26 NZPA - Prison sentences handed down to two Romanian men for fraud involving automatic teller machines sent a clear message to overseas crime groups, police said today.

Defence Careers Experience Up For Grabs

Defence Careers Experience Up For Grabs

26 June 2009 - Over 40 secondary school careers advisors will experience the range of careers available within the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) during a visit to camps and bases from 29 June to 3 July.

Manukau Submission For Auckland Governance Finalised

Manukau Submission For Auckland Governance Finalised

26 June 2009 - Manukau City Council has agreed its position on the Local Government (Auckland Council) Bill, and will forward its submission to the select committee.

Submissions close today.