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85 Year Old Male Randomly Attacked

85 Year Old Male Randomly Attacked

23 February 2009 - Counties Manukau Police are currently investigating an assault on an 85 year old male.

Eric Brady an 85 year old Papatoetoe local man was last night attacked in the car park of the Papatoetoe RSA.

PSA Alarmed That Govt Making Public Service Cap Permanent

PSA Alarmed That Govt Making Public Service Cap Permanent

23 February 2009 - The PSA is alarmed that Finance Minister Bill English is today saying that there will be a permanent cap on the number of staff and a permanent cap in funding for government departments.

Avoid Unexpected Gst Bills On Apartment Sales

23 FEBRUARY 2009 - People selling investment apartments need to make sure they're aware of all the tax issues involved, to avoid unexpected GST bills.

Veuve Clicquot Award 2009 Finalists Announced

23 February 2009 - Veuve Clicquot has selected five finalists for its 2009 Veuve Clicquot Businesswoman's Award in New Zealand.

Aids Foundation Award For Commissioner

23 February 2009 - Human Rights Commissioner Richard Tankersley will be awarded Life Membership of the New Zealand AIDS Foundation in recognition of his leadership and support of the foundation's goals for more than twenty years.

Tcdc Joins Earth Hour

23 FEBRUARY 2009 - The hour the world unites in a stand against climate change What do Thames-Coromandel District, Bermuda and 322 other communities around the world have in common? We're all starters for the 2009 Earth Hour which will take place between 8.30 pm and 9.30 pm on March 28.

War In Paradise: The Unofficial Story Of New Zealand Soldiers In New Caledonia

War In Paradise: The Unofficial Story Of New Zealand Soldiers In New Caledonia

23 February 2009 - War in Paradise is a multi-sensory installation telling the captivating stories of New Zealand soldiers based in New Caledonia during World War II. The exhibition opens on Saturday, 21 March in Auckland War Memorial Museum's Pictorial Gallery.

Govt "Stay For More Pay" Scheme Unlikely To Retain Doctors

Govt "Stay For More Pay" Scheme Unlikely To Retain Doctors

23 February 2009 - A new Government initiative designed to attract doctors to remote regions through the payment of lump sums is a small and welcome gesture but unlikely to make a dent in the current retention crisis, according to resident doctors.

Millie Elder's Supervision Case Adjourned

Millie Elder's Supervision Case Adjourned

Auckland, Feb 23 NZPA - Millie Elder, stepdaughter of broadcaster Paul Holmes, was today remanded until next month during her latest court appearance over allegedly breaching a supervision order.

A Time To Say Goodbye

23 February 2009 - Family and friends who have spent time in Waikato Hospital's old Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) can return this Friday for one last visit before it closes.