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Alzheimer's Carers Give Kiwi Families Peace Of Mind

Alzheimer's Carers Give Kiwi Families Peace Of Mind

5 September 2008 - WORLD ALZHEIMER'S DAY 21 SEPTEMBER

The challenges and stresses of caring for someone with Alzheimer's will be top of mind for tens of thousands of Kiwi families on World Alzheimer's Day, Sunday 21st September 2008.

Enough Pseudoephredrine For $20 Million Of P

Enough Pseudoephredrine For $20 Million Of P

5 September 2008 - New Zealand Customs Service officers have seized 80-kilos of Contac NT (pseudoephedrine), enough to produce as much as 24-kilos of Methamphetamine (P) with a street value of around $20 million.

It is the third largest haul of its kind seen in New Zealand.

Time To Get The Facts Straight About Nait

Time To Get The Facts Straight About Nait

5 September 2008 - It's time to get the facts straight about the proposed National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) system, says Ian Corney - independent chairman of the joint industry/government initiative.

Dispose Of Old Computers With A Clear Conscience

5 September 2008 - Want to dispose of your computer equipment and old mobile phone in an environmentally sustainable day?

Volunteers Recognised For Anti Graffiti Efforts

5 September 2008 - Auckland City Council last night recognised a number of volunteers helping to make the city graffiti-free at its Volunteers against graffiti vandalism awards.

CBS Canterbury Announces Bryan Inch As Incoming Chief Executive

CBS Canterbury Announces Bryan Inch As Incoming Chief Executive

5 SEPTEMBER 2008 - Mr Gary Leech, Chairman of CBS Canterbury, New Zealand's only listed building society, today announced that Mr Bryan Inch would succeed Mr David Street as the building society's Chief Executive Officer from 13th October 2008.

Nothing Wrong With A Bit Of Bif

5 September 2008 - Federated Farmers encourages communities and businesses to make the most of a fund that will improve broadband connections in rural areas.

The government initiated $340 million Broadband Investment Fund is now open for applications.

Clovelly Road Slip Update

Clovelly Road Slip Update

Manukau City Council has asked residents at 120, and the seaward units of 122 and 124 Clovelly Road to move out as a precautionary measure, because of a slip caused by rock failure close to their properties.

Christchurch City Council To Work With Party Bus Association On Protocol

The Christchurch City Council and the Party Bus Association have agreed to work together on a protocol on appropriate licensing requirements for the buses.

Three Arrests In Porirua Pizza Delivery Aggravated Robbery

Three young people are appearing in the Porirua Youth Court this afternoon jointly charged with the aggravated robbery of a Pizza delivery worker in Cannons Creek on Saturday night.