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Wellington Bookshop Wins Top Award

Unity Books of Wellington won the 2009 Independent Bookseller of the Year Award at the annual Booksellers NZ Conference in Auckland.

No Tia, One More Obstacle.

One more obstacle is what students at the Universal College of Learning (UCOL) are saying. "I thought our government would want to enable people who are on invalids, DPB or widows benefit to get out there and make a real go of things.

Wellington Bookshop Wins Top Award

Unity Books of Wellington won the 2009 Independent Bookseller of the Year Award at the annual Booksellers NZ Conference in Auckland.

Survive Avalanches - Be Prepared

Many Australians travel the world to ski and snowboard, but most people are oblivious to the dangers avalanches can cause because in Australia avalanches are not really a concern or risk.

Kiwi Men Know All About 'That Time Of The Month' But Can You Expect Sympathy?

A nationwide survey conducted into a condition known as Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) has shed light on the differences between how Kiwi men and women perceive what happens during 'that time of the month'.

Association Hopes Liquor Debate Leads To Reform

The Police Association hopes the Law Commission's issues paper on liquor law reform prompts serious debate leading to changes in liquor laws and public attitudes towards liquor consumption, Police Association Vice-President Chris Cahill said today.

Smoking Holds One In Five New Zealanders Back From A Healthy Lifestyle

Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) says findings from new research that only one in seven New Zealanders has a healthy lifestyle is sign that tough new measures are needed to combat tobacco consumption.

Pandemic Influenza (H1N1) 09 Swine Flu - Update 119

Pandemic Influenza (H1N1) 09 Swine Flu - Update 119

The first of five Ministry of Health commercials has gone to air reminding New Zealanders to be vigilant about protecting themselves from flu' viruses.

Please Attribute The Following Statement To Chief Executive Barry Matthews:

"I refute absolutely any suggestion that I threatened staff with disciplinary action should they appear before the select committee in their private capacity.

Investor Admits Frauds And Thefts Totalling $467,000

Wellington, July 30 NZPA - A man who claimed successes investing in foreign markets has now admitted frauds and thefts totalling $467,326 among people he persuaded to invest with him.