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Debt Relief System Welcomed

18 September 2008 - A debt relief system for medical graduates could go a long way to help retain these young doctors in New Zealand, says the New Zealand Medical Association.

National Computer Recycling Event Launches - eDay Aims To Clean Up NZ's E-Waste

National Computer Recycling Event Launches - eDay Aims To Clean Up NZ's E-Waste

18 SEPTEMBER 2008 - eDay, a free computer recycling event being held in 32 centres throughout New Zealand on Saturday October 4 , is expected to divert 1,000 tonnes of potentially toxic waste from landfills.

Website Attacks On Mental Health Workers Unnecessary, Unfair And Unhelpful

Website Attacks On Mental Health Workers Unnecessary, Unfair And Unhelpful

18 September 2008 - The Public Service Association says attacking individual mental health workers on a website is unnecessary, unfair and will not improve mental health services.

A Banking Service That's Breaking Down The Barriers

18 SEPTEMBER 2008 - Barriers to setting up a bank account are forcing people to seek out Downtown Community Ministry's Street People Project banking programme.

MOU Marks Stronger Partnership Between Local Maori And Southern Police

MOU Marks Stronger Partnership Between Local Maori And Southern Police

18 September 2008 - The partnership between southern Maori and police is being strengthened and formalised this Friday (19 September) with the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU).

Ballance Scholarships Now Open

18 September 2008 - Budding agricultural enthusiasts could have the opportunity to study for free as Ballance offers four more scholarships valued at $4,000 a year to immediate family members of any Ballance shareholder or company employee.

Papers On Economic Issues Released

Papers On Economic Issues Released

18 September 2008 - How exactly does the economy generate economic growth and what does that imply for policy? What are some different ways of thinking about economic development? And are Auckland firms more productive than those elsewhere in New Zealand?

Council Wins Two New Zealand Recreation Association Awards

18 September 2008 - Waitakere City Council enjoyed double success at the New Zealand Recreation Association Awards in Christchurch last night.

Simple Rules Could Get Rid Of Noisy Exhausts

18 September 2008 - Proposed legislation regulating cars with noisy exhausts should be simplified, according to the Christchurch City Council's Nuisances in Public Places Working Party.

New Zealanders Urged To Use Deaf Awareness Week To Reduce Workplace Noise

New Zealanders Urged To Use Deaf Awareness Week To Reduce Workplace Noise

18 September 2008 - Excessive noise at work caused over four thousand New Zealanders to claim for noise damage last year - deafness that cannot be cured and that could have been easily avoided.