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High Court Rules Contempt By Fairfax, Pankhurst Not Proven

Wellington, Oct 10 NZPA - The High Court today cleared Fairfax New Zealand Ltd of being in contempt of court for running articles on police "terrorism" raids in the Ureweras.

Fairfax Media Welcomes Court Decision On Terrorism File Contempt Charge

Fairfax media and The Dominion Post have welcome the High Court's ruling that publishing material that became know as the terror files was not in contempt of court.

Librarians To Congregate In Auckland For Library Conference

From 2-5 November librarians from around New Zealand and the Pacific will converge on the SkyCity Convention Centre Auckland for the annual Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) Conference.

New Societies And Trusts Website Helps To Commemorate Incorporated Societies Act

New Societies And Trusts Website Helps To Commemorate Incorporated Societies Act

The Ministry of Economic Development released a new look Incorporated Societies and Charitable Trusts website on the 7th of October 2008. The new website coincides with the centennial of the Incorporated Societies Act 1908 which was celebrated in mid September.

Walk Across First Cable-stayed Traffic Bridge

Pedestrians and cyclists will be amongst the first to use New Zealand's first cable-stayed traffic bridge at its official opening tomorrow.

10,0000 Reasons To Remember A Postcode

10,0000 Reasons To Remember A Postcode

New Zealand Post today launched a nationwide postcode reminder campaign to 1.6 million householders.

Walk Or Wheel Wednesday A Challenge For Change

Walk or Wheel Wednesday starting October 15 gives parents and pupils a chance to change old habits and improve road safety and fitness.

Man Too Drunk To Remember Hitting Mother-in-law

Wellington, Oct 10 NZPA - A Rotorua man told police he was too drunk to recall a domestic dispute during which he assaulted his mother-in-law.

Youths Get Jail Message From Judge

Wellington, Oct 10 NZPA - Jaws were dropping in the dock as the city's youth got an unmistakable "smarten up or else" message from Christchurch District Court Judge Stephen Erber.

Murder Trial Adjourns Early

Wellington, Oct 10 NZPA - The High Court at Christchurch murder trial of Liam James Reid adjourned for the week at 10.30am after only an hour's evidence on its fifth day today.