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Westfield Riccarton - Phase One Of Redevelopment Completed

RICCARTON, NZ: Phase 1 of Westfield Riccarton's NZ$75 million redevelopment will open tomorrow, showcasing a stylish additional level of retail space to complement the existing centre offer.

Sumner Slip Debris Cleared

Sumner Slip Debris Cleared

Debris from the weekend slip at Sumner has been cleared today, re-opening the main road into the seaside suburb to two-lane traffic.

Kawarau Receiverships Show Construction Jobs Need Protecting

Kawarau Receiverships Show Construction Jobs Need Protecting

Concerns about the future of Kawarau Falls Station show the need for increased union membership in the construction sector to ensure workers are not left to bear the brunt in the recession-hit industry, say the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union and the New Zealand Building Trades Unio

Bain Family Members Didn't Hear Police Comment

Bain Family Members Didn't Hear Police Comment

Christchurch, May 27 NZPA - Two Bain family members have testified they never heard a police officer say at a meeting on the afternoon of the Bain family funerals, "David is the enemy and we are going to get him".

ACC Announces Head Office Reorganisation

ACC Announces Head Office Reorganisation

The Accident Compensation Corporation today announced proposals to reorganise a number of teams based in its corporate office.

Northtec's New Website Goes Live

NorthTec's new website, www.northtec.ac.nz, is now live and offers an improved user experience with easier-to-access course information and an active homepage.

Australia Embraces Christchurch's Winter

Australia Embraces Christchurch's Winter

Australians taking advantage of low trans-Tasman airfares and increased seats are helping keep international visitor numbers up in the South Island, as tourists respond enthusiastically to a strong marketing push by Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism and Christchurch International Airport Ltd.

Carver Turned Graphic Artist To Graduate

Carver turned graphic artist, Ranga Tuhi will be among 36 Mori to graduate from the Wellington campus on Friday.

Plan Ahead For Safer, Easier Journeys This Long Weekend

Plan Ahead For Safer, Easier Journeys This Long Weekend

27 May 2009 - The NZ Transport Agency reminds travellers heading out of Auckland for Queen's Birthday to take extra care on the roads with the long weekend marking the start of winter.

RSA Bashing Hearing Put Off Following Suppression Debate

RSA Bashing Hearing Put Off Following Suppression Debate

Auckland, May 27 NZPA - A war veteran will have to wait another five weeks to find out if the teenager accused of bashing him earlier this year will stand trial following a debate about name and image suppression.