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Precautionary Boil Water Notice Lifted - Springfield - Selwyn District Council

The Precautionary Boil Water Notice in place for Springfield has been lifted this afternoon.

New Year's Honours recipients recognised - Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Fire and Emergency people from Kumeu, Kawakawa, Murchison, Clinton, and Ruatōria were presented with their Royal Honours at Government House today.

Fun activities planned for Youth Week, May 9-13

It’s Youth Week next week and to celebrate a number of fun events have been lined up at Flaxmere and Camberley Community Centres.

Wellington's Loemis Festival: A mid-winter festival of Feasting

Lōemis (pron. lew-mis) is an annual multi-arts celebration of mid-winter that takes place in multiple locations all around Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington, 10-21 June.

April 2022 State of the Environment - Hawke's Bay Regional Council

Rainfall took a breather over April after pummeling the region the previous two months. We braced for more when ex-tropical cyclone Fili approached, but it lightly swatted northern areas and shunned the south.

Artist's wish granted at Taupo Museum - Taupo District Council

One of Michael Yewen’s dearest wishes was to have an exhibition of his art at Taupō Museum.

New research unveils Kiwi retirement living preferences

Kiwis over fifty are prioritising their independence more than ever before according to new research by New Zealand Seniors, with 1 in 2 (50%) optimistically looking forward to retirement as the beginning of new adventures.

DCC and Isaac Construction statement regarding George Street incident

The Dunedin City Council and Isaac Construction are focused on supporting their people, following an incident in which a construction worker received an electric shock while working on the George Street - Retail Quarter Upgrade this morning.

Officials dupe Councillors over 2 billion dollar cycle plan

The Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance says the twelve councillors who voted to endorse a $2 billion cycling plan have been duped by officials.

More action needed to ensure schools are fossil free - NZEI Te Riu Roa

NZEI Te Riu Roa welcomes the government’s announcement today around removing coal boilers from schools but would like to see swifter action to support climate change initiatives.