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Thursday: D-day For Non-entitled Drivers In Mobility Spaces

24 June 2008 - Thursday is D Day for lazy and self-centred New Zealand motorists who unlawfully park in mobility spaces, New Zealand Parking Association Chairman Colin Waite said today.

Hula Down To Mission Bay For Winter Splash

24 June 2008 - Are you brave enough to get your Hawaiian gear on and bound into the water at Mission Bay on Sunday, 6 July for Auckland City Council's annual Winter Splash event?

Jonah And Elemeno P Face Off For Kids' Charities

24 June 2008 - Rugby legend Jonah Lomu and Kiwi rockers Elemeno P go head-to-head on Trade Me this week.

Images of the celebs feature on custom-designed Xbox 360® consoles which are being auctioned for charity.

Equine Influenza - An Expensive Lesson

24 June 2008 - Last year's equine influenza outbreak cost Australia over a billion dollars - and it could have been avoided if their Government had listened to warnings from New Zealand quarantine experts.

Police Statistics: No Substantial Change In Child Assault Cases

24 JUNE 2008 - The statistics released by Police yesterday confirm that the Crimes (Substituted Section 59) Amendment Act is not resulting in parents being criminalised unnecessarily.

Most New Zealanders Don't Want Tax Cuts Paid For By Cuts In Public Service Spending

24 June 2008 - One of the first issue-based polls since the Budget shows that 60% of New Zealanders don't want tax cuts bigger than those in the Budget if they have to be paid for by reduced public service spending or increased government borrowing.

Second Upper Hutt Bank Robbed

23 June 2008 - The ANZ Bank in Upper Hutt was robbed at 12.30pm today by a man who threatened that he would shoot the bank teller.

Slight Dip In Rent Levels

23 June 2008 - The national median rent level has dipped by five dollars a week to $295 according to the latest quarterly report on the residential rental market by the University's Real Estate Analysis Unit.

Dairying And Clean Streams Accord Success Claims Exaggerated

23 June 2008 - Taranaki Regional Council, Fonterra and Federated Farmers have grossly exaggerated the success of the Dairying and Clean Streams Accord in Taranaki, Forest & Bird says.

Most New Zealanders Don't Want Tax Cuts Paid For By Cuts In Public Service Spending

23 June 2008 - One of the first issue-based polls since the Budget shows that 60% of New Zealanders don't want tax cuts bigger than those in the Budget if they have to be paid for by reduced public service spending or increased government borrowing.