Ever wanted to pick your own music when you are grocery shopping? Well now you can. PAK’nSAVE is launching the first of its kind music pilot, which lets you do just that - be the stores DJ and choose your favourite track whilst shopping.
At 5.25am today an area to the north of Rolleston was affected by a power cut. This cut was coincidental with heavy rainfall. Power was restored in approximately 2 hours at 7.29am.
A complex trough of low pressure over the Tasman Sea is forecast to slowly approach the country today and tomorrow and should cross central New Zealand Thursday morning.
"The evidence does not support the view of Sensible Sentencing Trust spokeswoman Ruth Money, that restorative justice is only appropriate for low level offending" says Kim Workman, of Rethinking Crime and Punishment. "Much of the evidence points in the opposite direction."
If you’re a history buff, a research scholar or someone with a deep interest in New Zealand and its heritage - here is a very special opportunity for you.
The appreciation of the opportunity that Christchurch offers is high, and interested groups in the United States have not forgotten what support they can still give, says Christchurch Central Development Unit Director, Warwick Isaacs.
A former University of Canterbury (UC) student, Cambridge University astronomy professor Gerry Gilmore has become a Fellow of the Royal Society (UK).
Over 60,000 people have voiced their objection to the proposed testing of party pills on animals, say animal advocates SAFE, The New Zealand Anti Vivisection Society (NZAVS) and the Royal New Zealand SPCA.
When faced with the prospect of stripping off for a camera, Bridget Roulston paused briefly, then said, "oh bugger it, I’m getting my knickers off".
The forecast may have threatened rain, but blue skies welcomed prospective students as they arrived on campus for Massey Albany’s Open Day on Saturday.
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