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Kiwi Aids Worker Encourages New Zealanders To Do Something About The Epidemic On World Aids Day

Kiwi Aids Worker Encourages New Zealanders To Do Something About The Epidemic On World Aids Day

Everybody can do something on World AIDS Day (Tuesday, December 1) to help victims of the AIDS epidemic affecting nations such as Uganda. That's the message from Nicola Manners; a former Tauranga resident, now a caregiver at Watoto Babies' Bulrushes home in Kampala.

Justice Workers Resume Strike Action

Justice Workers Resume Strike Action

Justice Ministry staff, who collect fines and work at courts and tribunals throughout the country, are resuming their industrial action and will strike from 8.55am this morning.(Mon Nov 30)

First Solar Monitoring System Released In Nelson

First Solar Monitoring System Released In Nelson

Solar City, New Zealand's leading all-in-one solar power company today (Sunday) announced the national release of its web-monitoring system SolarTrak 1.0. The system has been launched today at the top of one of the nation's newest sports facilities, Saxton Field.

What Is The Point Of The 2025 Taskforce?

What Is The Point Of The 2025 Taskforce?

The CTU is asking what the point of the 2025 taskforce is.

Peter Conway, CTU Secretary, says that it was a fair bet that this group would simply recycle the policies of the 1984-99 period in their recommendations to close the income gap with Australia by 2025.

Whitby Village Fair

10am - 3pm Saturday 5 December

The first Whitby Village Fair will be held on Saturday 5 December 2009, between the hours of 10am - 3pm, on the grass areas beside the Whitby Village Lagoon.

Pregnant Woman Driver Two And Half Times Over Alcohol Limit

Wellington, Nov 30 NZPA - A heavily pregnant Rotorua mother drove while two and half times over the legal alcohol limit, a court has been told.

Appealing For Homeless Tongan Tsunami Victims

www.tonganz.org reports a fresh appeal for the displaced - and overlooked? - population of Niuatoputapu, many still without temporary let along permanent shelter says Tongan Advisory Council chair Melino Maka..

Chiefs Bus Goes Off Reservation

Tracking those responsible for the theft of a bus from a Hamilton yard overnight has become the 'chief' concern for City Police this morning.

Lower North Island Shaken By Quake

Updating with magnitude of quake

Wellington, Nov 30 NZPA - A powerful earthquake centred in the Hawke's Bay shook the lower North Island early this morning.

The 5.1 magnitude quake struck at 1.42am and was centred 10km west of Waipukurau at a depth of 70km.

Lower North Island Shaken By Quake

Lower North Island Shaken By Quake

Wellington, Nov 30 NZPA - A strong earthquake centred in the Hawke's Bay shook the lower North Island early this morning.

The quake struck at 1.42am and was centred 10km west of Waipukurau at a depth of 70km.