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Survey Results Show Satisfaction

Survey Results Show Satisfaction

15 October 2008 - Wellington Police District is encouraged by survey results released today which show that 79 percent of people living in the Greater Wellington region are satisfied or very satisfied with police service delivery.

Police Launch Texting And Driving Resource For Schools

15 October 2008 - Police are launching an innovative teaching aid to educate secondary school students about the dangers of texting and driving.

Photographs Capture Woolston's Strength And Character

15 OCTOBER 2008 - The pride and hardy character of Woolston's people, its buildings, and its surrounds is captured in the photographic exhibition Woolston - Industrial Strength and Character opening at Our City O-Tautahi this week in the lead up to Beca Heritage Week, Christchurch - Retrospective

Child At Centre Of Custody Dispute Handed Back To Grandparents

Updates with fresh quotes from Caitlin's father and mother

Auckland, Oct 14 NZPA - The father of a girl at the centre of a trans-Tasman tug-of-love was tonight trying to get to New Zealand to be reunited with his daughter.

Witness Says Accused Described How He Beheaded Korean Tourist

Wellington, Oct 14 NZPA - A woman told today how one of the trio accused of murdering Korean tourist Jae Hyeon Kim admitted to her strangling him before chopping off his head with a spade.

Child At Centre Of Custody Dispute Handed Back To Grandparents

Auckland, Oct 14 NZPA - The father of a girl at the centre of a trans-Tasman tug of love is trying to get to New Zealand to be reunited with his daughter.

Woman Recounts Yelling At Driver To Stop After Hitting Friend

Auckland, Oct 14 NZPA - A woman today told how she yelled at a driver to stop when he crashed his car into her friend and drove off with his body stuck underneath.

Christchurch Celebrates Leading Role In Community Road Safety In New Zealand

Christchurch Celebrates Leading Role In Community Road Safety In New Zealand

14 OCT 2008 - Twenty-five years ago Christchurch City Council took a lead in community road safety touring nationally its road safety education performance Roadshow - the largest theatrical event at the time to tour New Zealand.

Nurses Welcome Labour's Plan For Universal Allowances

14 OCT 2008 - The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) is delighted that the Labour Party has announced policy on a universal student allowance for all tertiary students.

Policy Preoccupation Unhelpful

14 OCT 2008 - The current political emphasis on student financial support as an election issue is unhelpful for New Zealand's tertiary education and economic strategies, according to the body which represents the country's eight universities.