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Issue With Heating At Centennial

Winter is coming early to the Centennial Leisure Centre, with the breakdown of the complex's main heating pump - used to heat both air and water.

Young People Crucial In Fight Against Drugs: Manukau Mayor

Young People Crucial In Fight Against Drugs: Manukau Mayor

Manukau Mayor Len Brown says young people play a crucial role in the fight against drugs following a summit aimed at getting a youth perspective.

Mr Brown hosted the second Mayoral summit on drugs at Manukau City Council, attended by young people from across the city today.

Safety Recognition Awards For Helicopters Announced

A major safety incentive for helicopter operators has been announced today by the New Zealand Helicopter Association with its sponsorship of nationwide safety performance awards.

Child Abduction-accused Remanded For Pre-deps, Charge Added

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - A Rwanda-born man charged with kidnapping a seven-year-old girl and acting indecently at a Wellington intermediate school was remanded in custody for a pre-depositions hearing on April 23.

New Booklet Showcases Tauranga Harbour

For immediate release: 3 April 2009 People who live, work and play in and around Tauranga Harbour now have access to a comprehensive booklet with the release of the revised Tauranga Harbour - our special place.

Telecommunications Industry Group Launched

New Zealand's leading telecommunications providers have come together to create an industry group with the aim of improving the way we invest in infrastructure within New Zealand.

Man Who Abducted And Molested Girl Denied Appeal

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - A man jailed after abducting and molesting a five-year-old girl in a high profile Tauranga case has had his bid for an appeal denied by the Supreme Court.

Joyriding Aussie Sailors Get Diversion

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - Police diversion has been given to three Australian sailors who caused $30,000 damage to a New Plymouth plaza in a drunken joyride on a digger.

Drugs Drive Crime

Drugs Drive Crime

On a day when the government is meeting to discuss drivers of crime it is worth looking beneath the veneer of the Police offence statistics for the past 10 years to understand just how endemic the violence caused by methamphetamine and drug abuse has become in New Zealand and the need for strateg

Bain Jury Told Of Blood Spot Tests

Bain Jury Told Of Blood Spot Tests

Christchurch, April 3 NZPA - Bloodspots and expert scientific testimony dominated the end of the fourth week of the retrial of David Cullen Bain for the 1994 murders of five members of his family.