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Plaques Stolen From Gravestones At Memorial Park Cemetery

Plaques Stolen From Gravestones At Memorial Park Cemetery

A number of metal plaques have been stolen and gravestones damaged at the Memorial Park cemetery, Linwood, over the weekend.

High Tea In The Garden

High Tea In The Garden

The two key ingredients for High Tea in the Garden are laughter and memories - everything you'll find in Ryman Healthcare's Ellerslie International Flower Show exhibition garden.

Teen Admits Smash While Fleeing Crime

Christchurch, Feb 2 NZPA - Nineteen-year-old Thomas Joseph Hancy has admitted causing a Christchurch crash that nearly killed a woman as he fled from police in a stolen car.

All In A Good Days Work

All In A Good Days Work

Police in Palmerston North are trying to reunite stolen property with its rightful owners after a busy and successful week for the Strategic Crime Group (SCG).

Twenty Years Of Monitoring Provides Insight Into Our River Water Quality

Twenty Years Of Monitoring Provides Insight Into Our River Water Quality

2 FEBRUARY 2009 - Two decades of monitoring of river water quality by NIWA has provided important information that is helping to care for New Zealand's iconic rivers.

Make National's "Fire At Will" Law A Dead Letter!

Make National's "Fire At Will" Law A Dead Letter!

2 FEBRUARY 2009 - This Wednesday February 4th at 7pm trade union and socialist activists will be holding a public meeting in Christchurch to discuss plans for actively resisting National's new "Fire at Will" law, which comes into effect on 1 March.

Hungry Start To School Year For Many Kiwi Kids

Hungry Start To School Year For Many Kiwi Kids

Today signals the first day back at school for Kiiwi kids but according to KidsCan StandTall Charitable Trust at least 12,000 of them will arrive with rumbling tummies and empty lunchboxes.

Alleged Skimmers Arrested

Alleged Skimmers Arrested

2 February 2009 - Auckland City Police investigating fraud by credit card "skimming" arrested two Romanian men aged 24 and 35 in a central city motel last week and charged them on January 28 in the Auckland District Court with dishonestly using a document.

Education To Target High Waikato Toll

Waikato's road toll was again the highest in the country last year, despite the number of deaths dropping from 89 the previous year to 74, says Regional Transport Committee chairman Norm Barker.

Classical Sparks Ready To Shine In Hagley

Classical Sparks Ready To Shine In Hagley

2 February 2009 - The SummerTimes extravaganza, ASB Classical Sparks will set North Hagley Park alight on Thursday night.