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Napier Aggravated Robbery

At about 2.00 pm on Monday 22 September 2008, a male entered the Ahuriri Pharmacy situated in Bridge Street, Ahuriri, Napier.

At this time there were two female staff members assisting several customers.

Overseas Kiwis Missing In Enrolment Push

Official figures claiming that only 250,000 Kiwi voters are not enrolled overlook probably half a million New Zealand citizens eligible to vote, says Kea New Zealand CEO Ivan Moss, commenting on data showing a 92% voter enrolment rate for the upcoming election.

Ngaio School First To Take Part In 'Planet Earth Power Kids'

Ngaio School First To Take Part In 'Planet Earth Power Kids'

22 SEPTEMBER 2008 - Philips in partnership with the Electricity Commission Deliver New Resource to Schools Nationwide.

Are You Prepared?

Are You Prepared?

Council urges residents to make Daylight Saving their 'get prepared' day

Are you prepared? The key message from Civil Defence is to Be Prepared to cope on your own for up to three days or more - and there is no better time than daylight savings to ensure you are.

Home Affordability Improves Again In Last Quarter

Home affordability has improved for the third consecutive quarter, says the latest report on home affordability from the University's Real Estate Analysis Unit. In the three months to 31 August, eight out of 12 regions showed improved affordability.

Sacred Hill Scoops Three Gold Medals At 2008 New Zealand International Wine Show

Sacred Hill Scoops Three Gold Medals At 2008 New Zealand International Wine Show

Sacred Hill Winery has been awarded three gold medals at the 2008 New Zealand International Wine Show. The medals were awarded for the 2006 Sacred Hill Wine Thief Series Syrah, 2007 Sacred Hill Wine Thief Series Chardonnay and 2007 Sacred Hill Basket Press Merlot Cabernet.

Planning Underway For 2009 Dairy Industry Awards

Planning Underway For 2009 Dairy Industry Awards

The New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards are stepping up preparations for the 2009 competition, with organisers, sponsors and regional competition convenors meeting to finalise arrangements in Rotorua early next month.

Unions Agree - Wage Gap Is A Migration Issue

Unions Agree - Wage Gap Is A Migration Issue

Council of Trade Unions Economist Peter Conway says that unions agree with Bill English when he states that the 'the real wage gap' is an issue that impacts on net migration to Australia.

Clean Up At Kawakawa Bay Landslip Continues

Clean Up At Kawakawa Bay Landslip Continues

Work continues over the weekend with road workers cleaning up at the Kawakawa Bay landslip area.

Organisational Performance Director Robyn McCulloch says the council is working hard to get a single lane road open.

Arrest In Relation To 2006 Napier Ami Armed Robbery

Napier Police have made an arrest in relation to the November 2006 robbery of the Napier AMI Insurance branch.