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Teenager Suffers Fractured Ribs During Assault

Feilding Police are currently investigating an unprovoked assault on a 16-year-old Feilding youth who was walking to a friend's house around midnight on Saturday night (13 June).

ARC And The Government To Buy Queens Wharf

ARC And The Government To Buy Queens Wharf

15 June 2009 The ARC and the Government are buying Queens Wharf to ensure it is opened up for public access and developed into a premier cruise ship terminal for New Zealand.

Poal To Sell Queens Wharf For $40m, Will Vacate Within A Year

Poal To Sell Queens Wharf For $40m, Will Vacate Within A Year

Subject to approval by the Auckland Transitional Authority, Ports of Auckland has agreed to sell Queens Wharf to the Government and Auckland Regional Council for $40m, Managing Director Jens Madsen confirmed today. Mr Madsen said Ports of Auckland would vacate Queens Wharf by April 2010.

Pacific People And Swine Flu

"Keep it to yourself" is the advice from Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs chief executive Dr Colin Tukuitonga to Pacific people with the flu.

Second Masterton Lotto Win Claimed

Second Masterton Lotto Win Claimed

The second big prize sold in Masterton from Saturday night's Lotto draw, a $500,000 Lotto First Division, has also been claimed today.

The winner, a retired Wairarapa local, was over the moon when she discovered her win.

NZ Racing Board Statement On DIA Investigation Into Misuse Of Poker Machine Money

NZ Racing Board Statement On DIA Investigation Into Misuse Of Poker Machine Money

New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) Chief Executive Andrew Brown said today, in response to a story about a Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) investigation into the Waikato Racing Club's use of poker machine money, he is satisfied with the quality of the NZ Racing Board's internal checks and balan

Police Investigate Robbery

About 6.55pm on Saturday, 13 June 2009, police were called to a robbery at the Wanganui UCOL site on Campbell Street, Wanganui.

Banks Peninsula Library Services

Christchurch City Libraries is asking Banks Peninsula residents what they want from their library services.

Kidnapping For Ransom Charges Laid

Christchurch, June 15 NZPA - Police have laid three kidnapping for ransom charges against a Greymouth man who was allegedly at the centre of a hostage incident at the weekend.

New Influenza H1n1 - Update Seventy-six

The number of cases of the new influenza H1N1 is increasing in New Zealand, but there are still relatively few cases and only isolated instances of community transmission.

Globally the number of cases is increasing, especially in Australia, and this is expected to continue.