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Standardised vehicle modification legislation will make for fairer Australia - Pirate Party

Pirate Party Australia endorses 4WD Queensland's push for harmonisation of motor vehicle modification throughout Australia.

Greater use of Council uniform charges would be fairer - Fed Farmers

City, regional and district councils urgently need alternative funding frameworks if local government is to restore its credibility with communities, Federated Farmers says.

High interest in Regional Forum - Environment Southland

Expressions of interest to join the Regional Forum closed on Friday and 60 applications were received.

Work begins on Waipaoa Flood Control Scheme

Work is now underway on the first phase of stopbank raising for the Waipaoa Flood Protection Scheme.

The work involves significant earthworks to upgrade 4km of stopbank along the Waiapoa River, south of the Ormond township between Ford and Ferry Roads.

NAIT 'standards' open for consultation - OSPRI

OSPRI has invited the primary industry’s supply chain, livestock tag manufacturers and NAIT users to get involved in the NAIT standards consultation which is now open.

Waitaki District Council appeals for help to find family of Memorial Oak Soldier

The Memorial Oak was planted adjacent to 52 Severn St Oamaru, in all likelihood in 1919. This century-old tree commemorates the sacrifice of Pte E H Guthrie, but now needs to be removed for safety reasons.

Uncertainty continues about Cyclone Oma's track to NZ - Weather Watch

Areas of rain are coming to New Zealand but the jury remains out on whether or not Cyclone Oma will directly impact the country this weekend and early next week.

A glimpse into the future for Wanaka Town Centre with QLDC trials

Wanaka residents will be given a glimpse of the future when town centre activation trials kick off in March.

The trials will test some of the possibilities being investigated through the Wanaka Town Centre Masterplan project, which started back in July last year.

Labour MP joins line-up at Speak Up For Women event

Speak Up For Women NZ have today announced the addition of another speaker to the line-up for their event ‘Let’s Talk About Sex Self-ID’ on Tuesday 26th February.

Body recovered from river after truck crash near Opotiki

A body has been recovered from the scene of a serious crash in Waiotahe, near Opotiki, earlier today.

Emergency services were advised around 11.10am that a truck and trailer had gone off State Highway 2 and into a river near Toone and Ruatuna roads.