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'Vbase delighted to be opening public access to Christchurch Town Hall'

Christchurch City Council owned venues and events company Vbase Limited is delighted to be opening the doors for daily public access to the Christchurch Town Hall from 4 August 2020.

NZ Vets behind major new discovery in the treatment of arthritis

In a twist on new uses of old things, Arthramid® Vet is a unique and patented 2.5% cross-linked polyacrylamide hydrogel (PAAG) for intra-articular injection, and the first PAAG in the world registered for veterinary use.

Infrastructure NZ applauds bold water reform

"The Government’s long-awaited funding boost and water reform agenda is New Zealand’s best chance to create a high performing water sector for New Zealanders," says Infrastructure NZ CEO Paul Blair.

Dual place names for Banks Peninsula announced - LINZ

Minister for Land Information Hon. Eugenie Sage announced 13 official place names for Banks Peninsula at Rāpaki Marae yesterday, 11 of which are to be dual named.

Working with Northland's Councils preferred - Whangarei Mayor

Whangarei Mayor Sheryl Mai says the local authorities of Northland have worked together for a long time on the best way to manage the three waters in their respective communities.

Public appeal following fatal collision

Police are hoping the public can help piece together events leading up to a recent fatal crash near Taradale.

One person died following the single-vehicle collision on Springfield Road near the Redclyffe Transfer Station on Sunday 5 July.

25-year resource consent granted for Levin treated wastewater discharge

A 25-year consent has been granted for the continued use of one of New Zealand’s original and most unique treated wastewater discharges.

Matariki Kindergarten in Upper Hutt prepares to open new building

Matariki Kindergarten will be opening the doors on their brand new bigger and better building this Friday.

Work to begin at Rugby Park - council

Progress is being made towards the removal of toxic mould at Rugby Park, despite delays due to structural concerns and the COVID-19 lockdown.

'Patient care remains top priority for rescue charity'

In the wake of Michelle Boag’s revelation concerning the leak of Covid-19 patient information, Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust Chair Simon Tompkins says Ms Boag’s resignation as Acting CEO and Trustee has been accepted.