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Public Information Day For Tauranga Central Corridor

15 October 2008 - The NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) is undertaking a project to improve the Tauranga Central Corridor from the Maungatapu/Welcome Bay Roundabouts to Cameron Road, and is inviting anyone with an interest in the project to find out more what is proposed and provide the project team wit

It's Growth, John - But Not As You Know It

15 October 2008 - Growth - the only solution offered by the major players in New Zealand politics. The National Party in particular trots out its mantra "We have policies to get growth back into our economy".

Police Confident Of Unearthing Body Of Slain Korean Tourist

Wellington, Oct 15 NZPA - Police are to return to the Four Mile River area near Westport today, confident they will recover the body of slain Korean tourist Jae Hyeon Kim.

G.I. Embraces Healthy Kai Project

15 October 2008 - Ten Glen Innes locals who have taken positive steps to improve the health and wellbeing of their community were celebrated at the "Glen Innes Champions Wall of Fame" launch event yesterday.

New Tool To Fight Spread Of Aquatic Pests

New Tool To Fight Spread Of Aquatic Pests

15 October 2008 - Lake Rotoma has a new weapon in the fight against aquatic pests this summer.

A weed cordon has been set up at the Merge Lodge Boat Ramp, to help prevent any unwanted weeds getting into the lake from boats and trailers using the ramp.

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.