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Bakers Welcome Prime Minister Stepping In To Fix Folic Acid

The Bakers welcome the Prime Minister's decision to get involved in dealing with the folic acid food standard, said Laurie Powell, President of the New Zealand Association of Bakers.

John Banks Supercity Submission Opposed To Auckland Residents' Views

City Vision-Labour Auckland City Councillors are disappointed but unsurprised that John Banks used his Parliamentary Select Committee appearance on the Auckland Supercity yesterday to boost his own interests and views and not those of Auckland City Council or its residents.

Silver Fern Casey Williams: 'Let's Hear The People's Stories.'

New Zealand's shocking asthma and respiratory statistics mean there are many silent heroes among us with stories that we could all draw inspiration from, says Silver Fern and Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic netballer, Casey Williams.

Mark The 40th Anniversary of Man On The Moon At Stardome These School Holidays

Mark The 40th Anniversary of Man On The Moon At Stardome These School Holidays

On 20 July 1969, Neil A. Armstrong took ‘one giant leap for mankind’ and became the first human to set foot on the Moon. Together with Apollo 11 crew member Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, he was able to look up and see Earth as no one had ever done before.
 

Ginger Nuts Missing From Shelves

Ginger Nuts Missing From Shelves

Griffin's ginger nuts have been missing from supermarket shelves lately.

Griffin's closed its Lower Hutt factory and moved to Auckland at the end of last year.

Field Admits Suggesting An African Refugee Moves To Samoa

Field Admits Suggesting An African Refugee Moves To Samoa

Auckland, July 15 NZPA - Taito Phillip Field admitted he suggested to an African national he should go to Samoa on a tourist visa to avoid being deported from New Zealand, he told a jury at the High Court in Auckland today.

Sex Offender Has Jail Sentence Reduced

Sex Offender Has Jail Sentence Reduced

Wellington, July 15 NZPA - A former Child, Youth and Family (CYF) worker convicted of having sex with a 15-year-old girl in his care has had one year taken off his seven year jail term.

New Book Highlights Benefits Of Keeping People Well

New Book Highlights Benefits Of Keeping People Well

15 July 2009 A new book on health promotion shows that keeping people healthy is the best way to reduce demand on hospitals, says the Public Health Association (PHA).

New Book Offers Solutions To Obesity Crisis And Major Public Health Issues

New Book Offers Solutions To Obesity Crisis And Major Public Health Issues

"Prevention is the best way to address the obesity crisis and reduce demands on the health system," says Dr Louise Signal from the University of Otago Wellington's Department of Public Health.

Dove Packs In Product Messaging In The Series Sponsorship Of TVNZ's Packed To The Rafters

Dove Packs In Product Messaging In The Series Sponsorship Of TVNZ's Packed To The Rafters

Unilever Australasia's beauty brand Dove today announced details of its series sponsorship of the new hit TVNZ show, Packed to the Rafters.