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Survey Reveals Weak Job Prospects In Wellington

Survey Reveals Weak Job Prospects In Wellington

SYDNEY, Mar. 10/Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

Manpower Employment Outlook Survey

Blue Mountain Lumber To Downsize

10 MARCH 2009: Winstone Pulp International (WPI) Managing Director David Anderson has announced that the company's Blue Mountain Lumber timber mill at Conical Hill near Tapanui will today begin a process of significantly reducing its operations.

Police Pay Parade At Helensville:

The ceremonial grandeur of police on parade will be a major attraction for the community of Helensville later this month when senior police management and front line officers assemble and march through the township. The occasion is the annual Rodney police pay parade.

Mother Of Two Last Seen Five Weeks Ago:

Rodney Police believe a Whangaparaoa mother of two, who has been missing for the past five weeks, may be in Northland.

Detective Mark Palma of the Orewa CIB, says concern is rapidly mounting for the safety and well being of 39 year old Alanah Brough.

Police Struggling To Return Jewellery

Wellington, March 10 NZPA - Police are making a final appeal for victims of a pair of alleged jewel thieves to come forward so that their property can be returned.

Romanian couple Ioan, 48, and Paulina Kvec, 44, were stopped in Bulls, near Palmerston North, on February 22 for speeding.

Horizons Seeks Funding For Tree Planting And Moves Ahead With Whole Farm Plans.

Four applications from landowners in the Horizons region will be considered tomorrow by a cross-regional board set up to administer the Government's Afforestation Grants Scheme.

Police Renew Appeal Over Jewellery

Detectives trying to identify the owners of a hoard of recovered jewellery are making one final appeal for jewellers, antiques traders, banks and other retailers to check stock and CCTV tapes.

Summer's Dangerous Waters

Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) has released the drowning statistics for the month of February. There were eight drowning deaths in New Zealand during February. The year to date drowning toll is 31.

No More Streaming Footage From Bain Trial

No More Streaming Footage From Bain Trial

Wellington, March 10 NZPA - Rules governing website coverage of the David Bain trial have been updated after fresh concerns were raised over footage being streamed live from the courtroom.

Holmes' Stepdaughter To Contest Legality Of Search Warrant

Auckland, March 10 NZPA - Broadcaster Paul Holmes' stepdaughter Millie Elder will try to get drug charges against her thrown out later this year over the legality of a search warrant.