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Tally Of Mutilated Hector's Dolphins Grows

Tally Of Mutilated Hector's Dolphins Grows

Endangered Hector's dolphins are being killed and mutilated, according to evidence from the Department of Conservation.

Fish Farming Plan Change Underway

Fish Farming Plan Change Underway

After nearly two years of information gathering, Environment Waikato has decided to prepare an amendment to the Regional Coastal Plan that would allow new types of marine farming, including fish farming, within current aquaculture management areas.

Olympians To Judge NZ's Best Lamb

Olympians To Judge NZ's Best Lamb

The best tasting lamb in the country will be decided by Beef and Lamb New Zealand's Golden Girls.

Georgina and Caroline Evers-Swindell are confirmed as judges for the 2009 Golden Lamb Awards (Glammies).

Officers, Mentally Ill In Danger Of Prison Overcrowding: Union

Wellington, Dec 3 NZPA - Mentally ill inmates and prison officers will be put in danger if more offenders are forced to share cells, the largest prison officer union says.

Auckland Airport Unveils New Leadership Team

Auckland Airport Unveils New Leadership Team

Auckland Airport announced today a new organisational structure and leadership team to lead the next stage in the growth of New Zealand's gateway.

High Flying NZer Dies Kills Himself Over Credit Crunch: Inquest

Wellington, Dec 3 NZPA - High-flying New Zealand financier Ross Stephenson took his life because of the global credit crunch, an inquest in Britain has been told.

Operation Rose

3 December 2008

Police throughout the Central North Island have a simple message for those contemplating drinking and driving this summer, don't!

One Plan - Farmer Concerns Over Living Heritage Rules

Federated Farmers told the One Plan hearing panel in Palmerston North on Monday December 1 that contents of the proposed plan and a number of rules will restrict normal farming activities.

New MPs In For Emotional Rollercoaster

A daunting emotional journey awaits new MPs when the 49th New Zealand parliament sits for the first time next week, according to a Massey researcher.

Egyptian Journalist Wins Arab Newspaper Award

Egyptian Journalist Wins Arab Newspaper Award

Ibrahim Essa, Editor-in-Chief of Al Dustour, the daily newspaper in Egypt, has been awarded the 2008 Gebran Tueni Award, the annual prize of the World Association of Newspapers that honours an editor or publisher in the Arab region.