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Name Of Attacked Woman Released

Name Of Attacked Woman Released

Christchurch Police confirm that the name of the female victim in hospital is Lydiah Muthoni MUNENE and her husband is Samuel Ngumo NJUGUNA.

New Sports Programme To Spark Field Of Dreams

More than 2400 school children in Manukau will have better access to regular sport at school, thanks to a new programme being launched by the John Walker 'Find Your Field of Dreams' Foundation.

Slugs, Snails & Spider Tales

An eclectic mix of artists, scientists, local councillors and conservationists gathered at Te Manawa's Museum / Science Centre on Friday 11th September 2009 to mark the opening of the gallery's newest exhibition, 'Slugs, Snails & Spider Tales: A Closer Look at Conservation'.

World Parks Day '09

The second World Parks Day will take place on Saturday 19th September 2009. Activities and events will be happening around the globe to celebrate the importance or parks, and encourage people to get out there and enjoy their local park.

Employer Militancy Grows

"An indefinite lock-out of workers by Bridgeman Concrete in Manukau City shows increasing employer militancy taking advantage of the recession and growing unemployment," says Robert Reid, General Secretary of the National Distribution Union.

Whangarei Harbour Marine Reserve Human Chain

The world's first human chain around the world's first student-driven marine reserve will be created today.

Trelise Cooper 'Puckers Up' For Charity

In celebration of Mot and Chandon as official champagne of Air New Zealand Fashion Week, Mot Ambassador Trelise Cooper has kissed and signed a Jeroboam of Mot and Chandon Imperial, all in the name of charity.

North Shore Factory Fire

More than 60 firefighters and 15 fire appliances have battled a factory fire on Auckland's North Shore this morning.

Fire broke out at Allo Allo Appliances in Archers Road, Hillcrest just before 2.30am.

Treaty Settlement

Ngapuhi living in the Waikato are invited to a hui at the University's Te Kohinga Marama Marae to give their views on moving ahead with a Treaty Settlement.

Ngapuhi is by far the biggest iwi, with a large number living in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty rohe.

Man Jailed For Indecent Assaults On Young Girls

Man Jailed For Indecent Assaults On Young Girls

Wellington, Sept 15 NZPA - A Manawatu man has been jailed for molesting three young girls during an eight-year period.

Gary Leonard Redshaw, 58, was sentenced in Palmerston North District Court yesterday on 11 charges of sexually offending against young girls between 1997 and 2005.