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Police Name Couple Found Dead In House

A man found dead in a house in Taumarunui yesterday morning (Thursday, 30 July) has been named as 43-year-old David Nicholas Otimi, son of David and Joan Otimi.

Swine Flu Update 20

The numbers of people diagnosed with swine influenza A(H1N1) on the West Coast stands at forty eight confirmed cases.

Fresh Future Appeal

The West Coast portion of the 2009 Fresh Future Appeal will be launched at McBrearty Ward, Grey Base Hospital at 10.30 am on Thursday 6 August.

We Won't Be Shut Up And Shut Out! Students Launch Training Incentive Allowance Petition

The New Zealand Union of Students' Associations is launching a nationwide petition today calling on students and the public to register their opposition to the axing of the Training Incentive Allowance by the Government in the 2009 Budget.

Auckland - Hamilton Rail Service Would Be A Boost For Both Regions

Kiwirail's proposed daily passenger rail service from Auckland to Hamilton would be great as the Hamilton CBD pushes for reinvigoration and economic growth," says an Auckland business leader. "Waikato needs to cash in on Auckland's huge projected population.

Call To Review Cell Tower Standards

Call To Review Cell Tower Standards

Manukau City Council is calling on the government to review the standards for cell towers following community concern about sites in residential areas.

Search For Andrew Manson Continues Today

The search for Andrew Manson continues today. Twenty five Police and volunteer search and rescue team members are searching the Lyttelton area for the missing 28 year old.

Vote Yes For Children

Vote Yes For Children

With referendum voting papers set to arrive in mailboxes in the next few days, voters are reminded that a 'yes' vote is a stand for the protection of children, for the support of parents and for a positive, non-violent society.

Pacific Churches, And Pacific Trade Watchdog, Release Report On Australian And NZ Bullying

Today the General Secretary of the Pacific Conference of Churches has released a report documenting the use of 'power politics' by the Australian and New Zealand governments to push Pacific island countries to launch free trade negotiations at the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders' meeting in Cairns

Residents Warned Of Rock Falls

Christchurch residents are being warned of potential safety risks associated with rock falling from Shag Rock on Sumner Beach.