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Hell Buys Man's Soul On Trademe

Hell Buys Man's Soul On Trademe

3 July 2008 - "Sold to the man dressed as the Grim Reaper." It's not your everyday sale. Following an auction for Wanganui man Walter Scott's soul on internet auction site Trademe, HELL Pizza have offered Mr. Scott $5001.00 in return for his soul, which he has duly accepted.

Intruder Assaults Teenage Girl

3 July 2008 - A teenage girl in Papanui woke just after midnight to find an unknown man in her bedroom this morning.

Avoid Travelling Tomorrow Morning If Possible, Says Transit

3 July 2008 - Transit New Zealand in urging motorists in the main centres to avoid travelling during tomorrow's morning rush hour if possible or, if they must travel, allow extra time for their journeys.

Consultation On Bridal Creeper Rust

3 July 2008 - ERMA New Zealand is gathering information about a proposal to legalise bridal creeper rust, Puccinia myrsiphylli, a fungus disease that attacks the unwanted weed bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides).

Bar Manager Convicted

3 July 2008 - A former Auckland bar manager was sentenced to three months home detention and 50 hours community service for theft and failing to bank gaming machine profits.

Guidelines For Native Plants Launched

3 July 2008 - Acting mayor Gary Troup launched Manukau Parks' guidelines for restoring native plants in Barry Curtis Park earlier this week.

Nationwide Response To Trucking Protest

3 July 2008 - Truck protests will be held in 13 towns and cities throughout New Zealand tomorrow morning.

Expert Reports Increase In Maori Life Expectancy

3 July 2008 - The average Maori life expectancy has increased dramatically since World War II, with a significant increase over the last ten years.

NDU Calls For Talks On Road Transport Issues

3 July 2008 - The National Distribution Union is calling for talks between the Government, employer organisations and unions on issues affecting the road transport industry.

Waka Ama Provides Answers For Maori Health

Waka Ama Provides Answers For Maori Health

3 July 2008 - Canoes and paddles are being thrown into the mix in a unique Maori health initiative in Northland. The Northland District Health Board (NDHB) is using Waka Ama to access remote communities and deliver important health messages to Maori in the area.