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Extension 350 Annual Report 'exceeds expectations on home stretch'

Northland Inc’s Extension 350 programme continues to make positive change within Northland’s farming community as it enters its final 12 months, exceeding its original target of 350 farmers involved in the project.

Wellington man felt ‘faint’ after winning $1 million with Lotto

The New Year is off to a great start for a Wellington man who won $1 million with Lotto First Division over the weekend.

Ending HIV Big Gay Out 2022 organisers cancel event - NZ Aids Foundation

The New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) has cancelled the Ending HIV Big Gay Out, scheduled to take place on 13 February 2022 in Auckland.

Response to Sir John Key's concerns about the rural/urban digital divide.

Getting fast broadband to rural areas of New Zealand is the last great challenge for the country’s Internet network.

Lion New Zealand opens Fanshawe Street doors

Lion New Zealand has opened the doors to its new head office in the stunning 6 Green Star building at 136 Fanshawe Street.

Lion New Zealand Country Director Craig Baldie said: "This office move feels like a positive sign of things to come.

The new face rebuilding Scott Base - Antarctica New Zealand

Antarctica New Zealand has a new Project Director steering the redevelopment of New Zealand’s home on the ice.

Jon Ager has been brought on to lead the delivery of the Scott Base Redevelopment project and manage Antarctica New Zealand’s engineering portfolio.

Diamond Lake spared in Emerald Bay Wanaka fire

Te Papa Atawhai - The Department of Conservation says it’s still too early to know the full extent of damage to public conservation land from a devastating fire that started at Emerald Bay on Wānaka’s Glendhu Bluff on 9 January.

Mayor calls on community to support Tongan recovery

Mayor Stoltz is urging the Tairāwhiti community to support Tonga’s recovery from the weekend’s volcanic eruption and tsunami by donating to the Red Cross.

Turtle discovery prompts plea to pet owners

A weathered old red-eared slider turtle found on a Bell Block walkway last week is believed to have been on the run for at least a year, possibly a lot longer.

Wairarapa fire season change

The whole of the Wairarapa District has moved into a restricted fire season.

The restriction took effect Wednesday January 19 2022 at 8am.