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Time To Party

Time To Party

22 DECEMBER 2008 - It is time for New Zealanders to party. The election is over and dusted, with a new Prime Minister and a new team set on moving the country forward.

Donate A Dollar A Glass To Help Provide Clean Water For Third World Children

Donate A Dollar A Glass To Help Provide Clean Water For Third World Children

22 December 2008 - UNICEF New Zealand is launching a drive to persuade restaurants, schools and workplaces to take part in the 2009 Tap Project, which asks people to donate a dollar for every glass of tap water they consume when eating out or away from home.

As Summer Hots Up, So Does The Music

As Summer Hots Up, So Does The Music

22 December 2008 - The Music in Parks 2009 line up is out now, with more than 40 free concerts this summer.

Floral Tribute To Controversial Fountain

Floral Tribute To Controversial Fountain

22 December 2008 - Since it was first erected in Christchurch's Botanic Gardens in 1911, the Peacock Fountain has tended to court controversy.

Strong International Links Necessary For Civil Defence Emergency Management

Strong International Links Necessary For Civil Defence Emergency Management

22 December 2008 - Maintaining strong international links is an essential priority for civil defence emergency management in New Zealand.

Inaugural Archives New Zealand Scholarship Awarded

22 December 2008 - Artist and writer Emil McAvoy is the winner of the inaugural $6000 Archives New Zealand scholarship Dianne Macaskill, Chief Executive Archives New Zealand announced today.

Looking For Our Missing Christmas Millionaire

Looking For Our Missing Christmas Millionaire

22 December 2008 - Only seven days remain for a player who bought a Lotto Triple Dip ticket at Tairua Stationers in Tairua, Coromandel to claim their million dollar first prize.

Forest and Bird Condemn 40% Rise in Sea Lion Quota

Forest & Bird is shocked that squid fishers will be allowed to kill 40 per cent more threatened New Zealand sea lions in the coming season.

New Fisheries Minister Phil Heatley announced today that the number of sea lions allowed to be killed in the squid fishery this season has been raised from 81 last year to 113.

Dermatologists Warning Over New Rules For Acne Drug

Dermatologists Warning Over New Rules For Acne Drug

22 December 2008 - New Zealand and Australian dermatologists are united in their criticism of PHARMAC's decision to widen prescribing rights for two medicines used to treat severe skin conditions.

Dad Not Surprised By Investigations Finding

Wellington, Dec 21 NZPA - The father of convicted double murderer Scott Watson said he was disappointed about the narrow focus of a police investigation into complaints he made about Deputy Commissioner Rob Pope.