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Novel Influenza A (H1N1) 09 Swine Flu- Update 105

Novel Influenza A (H1N1) 09 Swine Flu- Update 105

14 JULY 2009 - The number of confirmed deaths in New Zealand from Novel Influenza A (H1N1) 09 swine flu is now nine, up two since yesterday and both people had underlying health conditions.

Cracks In National's Stance On Referendum

Cracks In National's Stance On Referendum

14 JULY 2009- Family First NZ is welcoming comments from Hamilton West MP Tim Macindoe (Waikato Times 13 July) that he will be voting no in the upcoming Referendum and, like Family First, believes that the Chester Borrows amendment is the solution.

Police Strongly Committed To Road Safety

Police Strongly Committed To Road Safety

14 JULY 2009 - There is no suggestion that police are doing away with radars. Appropriate numbers of speed detection devices including radar will continue to be available throughout the country.

Council Agrees To Support E-day 2009

Council Agrees To Support E-day 2009

14 JULY 2009 - Acting Mayor Dot McKinnon today said the Wanganui District Council has agreed to support e-Day 2009, subject to the national event going ahead.

Search And Rescue Underway In The Tararua Ranges

14 JULY 2009 - Levin police and Land SAR volunteers are currently conducting a search and rescue operation in the Tararua Ranges behind Otaki after a 61-year-old man and a 54-year-old woman from Wellington failed to return from a trip over the weekend.

Have Your Say On The Council's Draft Surface Water Strategy

14 JULY 2009 - The Council's Surface Water Strategy is now open for consultation, and this is the community's opportunity to learn more about the surface water in Christchurch, and have their say on the way the Council is proposing to manage this important resource.

Potential Impact Of Swine 'Flu Low

Potential Impact Of Swine 'Flu Low

14 JULY 2009 - The Reserve Bank today released a paper on the potential impact of influenza A (H1N1) (Swine 'Flu) on the New Zealand economy.

Appeal Over Historic Sex Charges Dismissed

Wellington, July 14 NZPA - A bid to shorten the jail sentence of an elderly man who sexually abused several young boys has failed.

North Shore Link To City Rape Investigation

North Shore Link To City Rape Investigation

14 JULY 2009 - Auckland Police are investigating whether there is a North Shore link to the offender responsible for the attack and rape of a 30 year old woman in Auckland City at about 2.35am on Sunday morning 28 June 2009.

Bakers Confused By Minister's Flip Flop

Bakers Confused By Minister's Flip Flop

14 JULY 2009 - A day after Food Safety Minister Kate Wilkinson all but accepted that the new folic acid food standard should go, she has now seized on an unpublished study as conclusive proof that her plan to mass-medicate every New Zealander is safe.