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Have Your Say On Aotea Square's Draft Design

Have Your Say On Aotea Square's Draft Design

9 July 2008 - Auckland City Council is keen to get feedback on the proposed design to make Aotea Square a safer, more versatile and people-friendly space.

PSA Opposes Mental Health Workers Being Named On Websites

9 July 2008 - The Public Service Association says naming mental health workers on websites makes a difficult job even harder.

Match-Making On Mana Island

9 July 2008 - A blind date with one of six eligible bachelors awaits a young female takahe when she is released onto Mana Island today. The seven-month-old bird, named Moa, will be paired with a single male on the island in the hope that they'll eventually breed.

Council To Look At Alcohol Issues

9 JULY 2008 - The Council is in the initial stages of looking at the regulatory tools that can control alcohol at a local level. The focus of the work is on reviewing the Council's two liquor control bylaws and its alcohol policy.

3G iPhone - The G Ain't For Green!

9 July 2008 - Based on information available on Apple's website (1), it seems the company known for innovation has missed an opportunity to reinvent its new 3G iPhone in green.

Join Big Cat Crusader In Race To Save The Cheetah

9 July 2008 - Big cat lovers have a rare opportunity to hear Annie Beckhelling, founder of South Africa's Cheetah Outreach, speak at a special fundraising evening at Auckland Zoo's Old Elephant House on Friday, 18 July (5.30pm to 7.30pm).

Thrilling Shows At The New Zealand Mountain Film Festival

9 JULY 2008 - Film buffs, adventure enthusiasts, and armchair action followers flocked to the Lake Wanaka Centre for the sixth annual New Zealand Mountain Film Festival to enjoy five days of entertaining and inspiring films, workshops, exhibitions and ice sculpting works.

Young NZ Art Website Owner Seeking $1million From Leg Advertising - Website Forever

9 July 2008 - A young New Zealand art website owner is seeking to attract a $1 million of advertising tattooed on his leg.

Christchurch man James Stewart, 24, has what he calls a blank canvas on his leg and space for 200 advertisements tattooed on to his leg at $5000 a time.

Ashton Ministerial Inquiry Release

9 July 2008 - Police's National Manager of Crime Services, Superintendent Win van der Velde and Katrina Casey, General Manager Community Probation and Psychological Services, said today they have acknowledged and responded to recommendations of the Ministerial Inquiry report on the death of Nelso

Police Have Arrested A Queenstown Man In Relation To A Head On Collision

Queenstown Police have arrested a 24 year old Queenstown man this afternoon in relation to a head on collision on the Glenorchy-Queenstown Road on the 25th of June 2008.