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New Zealand Supermarkets And The Future Of Seafood

6 MAY 2009 - Supermarkets risk a backlash from concerned customers if they don't stop selling unsustainably-caught fish, Greenpeace is warning.

Truck Protest Vindicated

6 MAY 2009 - "The trucking industry's protest last year and our call for an independent review of the Road User Charges system and the Ministry of Transport's Cost Allocation Model have been fully vindicated by the Road User Charges Review Group's report," Road Transport Forum CEO Tony Friedlande

Nz Dairy Strategy: A Nod To The Environment

6 May 2009 - The Strategy for New Zealand Dairy Farming launched by the Prime Minister, John Key yesterday provides a nod in the direction of our freshwater environment, but provides little in the way of a commitment to action on the ground that will address the problem by a specified time.

Man Sent For Trial For Detaining, Sexually Abusing Woman

Christchurch, May 6 NZPA - A Christchurch businessman has been sent for trial on charges of unlawfully detaining a woman over a six-month period, raping and sexually violating her during that time.

Kiwi Soldiers Build Playground For School In Timor-Leste

The FarolSchool in Timor-Leste is now the proud owner of a new playground thanks to the ingenuity of some Kiwi soldiers and funding support from the International Stabilisation Force (ISF).

New Lanes Ready For Use On SH20

New Lanes Ready For Use On SH20

Motorists will get to drive on the newly constructed motorway lanes south of Mangere Bridge on the Southwestern Motorway [SH20] from next week.

Auckland Company Creates An Effect To Win Coveted Webby Award In New York

Auckland based design firm Alt Group is in a New York state of mind - the company has just picked up its third major design accolade in the City this week - a coveted Webby Award.

Tasman And Pacific Island Services Will Continue To Operate - Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand is reassuring customers that Tasman and Pacific Island services will continue to operate during the four-day strike by Zeal EPMU members which begins Thursday and runs through Mother's Day weekend.

Time To Enter 2009 Conservation Awards

If you are an active conservationist, or know of others who are, it's time to enter yourself or nominate someone for Auckland Zoo's 2009 national conservation awards.

'Over The Fence' And On To The Computer Screen

The stars of Export Gold's new TV ads have made an impressive debut in a web-based computer game with 'Over the Fence - the game' played more than 66,000 times in six weeks.