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Safety Reminder Following Two Search And Rescue Efforts

Safety Reminder Following Two Search And Rescue Efforts

Police in Central District are reminding people to take safety precautions before heading into the bush or ranges after two rescue efforts in the last few days where searchers have had difficulty in establishing a location of the missing person.

Oil Prices Lowest In Five Years

Oil Prices Lowest In Five Years

Motorists are enjoying the lowest fuel prices since December 2005 according to AA Senior Policy Analyst Mark Stockdale.

Fatal Canyoning Trip Court Hearing Next Week

Wellington, Jan 13 NZPA - Department of Labour charges against the outdoor pursuits centre which ran a fatal canyoning trip in April will be heard next week.

Sister Angry Murder Accessory Could Be Free After Year

Wellington, Jan 13 NZPA - The family of a murdered Dunedin man feel "let down" that a woman who helped dispose of his body could be released just over two months after being jailed.

New Viaduct Venue For 2009 Go By Bike Breakfast

New Viaduct Venue For 2009 Go By Bike Breakfast

Auckland City Council's Go By Bike Breakfast has a great new location for 2009. The annual celebration of cycling takes place on Wednesday, 18 February 2009 at the Eastern Viaduct, Viaduct Harbour.

Fishery Officers Carry Out More Than 27,000 Inspections During 2008

Fishery Officers Carry Out More Than 27,000 Inspections During 2008

Fishery officers have been congratulated for their dedication and hard work during 2008 which has proved to be a real deterrent to fishers breaking fisheries rules. During 2008 fishery officers carried out around 25,000 recreational fisher inspections.

Man Shot Dead In Redvale

Man Shot Dead In Redvale

North Shore CIB is investigating an incident in which a 28 year old man has been shot dead. Police went to an address in Redvale, Rodney, at 10.50pm Monday 12 January 2009. On arrival they discovered the body of a male already deceased. A firearm has been seized.

TPIi Announces Inaugural Industry Awards

TPIi Announces Inaugural Industry Awards

Leading Sourcing Data and Advisory Firm Now Accepting Nominations

Sister Angry Murder Accessory Could Be Free After Year

Wellington, Jan 13 NZPA - The family of a murdered Dunedin man feel "let down" that a woman who helped dispose of his body could be released just over two months after being jailed.

Woman Jailed For Spitting At Police Officer

Wellington, Jan 13 NZPA - A judge yesterday told a Wanganui woman who spat at a police officer her behaviour was disgusting and filthy.

Aroha Harrison was jailed for two weeks after pleading guilty in Wanganui District Court to charges of assault and resisting arrest.