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'More sloppy police administration' - Sporting Shooters Association

While Police continue to blame the licensed firearm community for guns in the hands of gangs through straw sales, it was reported on 30 June that a man had been arrested for just that. However:-

ServiceIQ joins Te Pukenga Work Based Learning Limited

Kaimahi and representatives from ServiceIQ and Te Pūkenga came together in Wellington this morning for a pōwhiri as ServiceIQ was welcomed into Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning Limited.

'Hamilton Kirikiriroa another step closer to becoming a Welcoming Community'

Hamilton Kirikiriroa is now recognised as a Committed Community under Immigration New Zealand’s Welcoming Communities Te Waharoa ki ngaa Hapori programme.

This follows the our Welcoming Plan launch and commitment signing event held in April 2022.

Bill’s bus rides again as six win design a Metlink Bus competition - GW

Bill’s bus will again be part of the Metlink fleet adorned with winning artwork from the Design a Metlink Bus competition.

OHI Data Navigator wins big at the of IDC's 2022 SCAPA

Te Rourou Vodafone Aotearoa Foundation is pleased to announce that OHI Data Navigator (previously Thriving Rangatahi Population Explorer) has been chosen as the best Asia/Pacific Smart City project under the Public Health and Social Services category of IDC’s 2022 Smart City Asia/Pacific Award

Submissions due to Select Committee on Three Waters Reform - John Leggett

Council accepts that there are significant challenges across New Zealand’s Three Waters sector but continues to strongly oppose the Government’s mega model for the proposed reform.

New exhibition explores elements of design, space and tradition - NPDC

Explore elements of design, space and tradition in Taranaki-based artist Wharehoka Smith’s latest exhibition, Nekenekehia Tukua, now on at NPDC’s Puke Ariki Museum.

Sky Tower photo competition to celebrate 25 years

The Sky Tower is turning 25 and New Zealanders are being asked to be part of the celebration by sharing their favourite photo of the iconic structure.

Canterbury calf rearing farmer disqualified from owning calves - MPI

A Canterbury farmer has been disqualified from owning calves and fined $26,000 following the death of a large number of calves he was raising.

Additionally, John Yi Jiang (62) was fined $24,000 for NAIT offences.

A Commotion is coming to NMIT Nelson Campus

There’s going to be a commotion on Nelson campus guaranteed to get youth musicians excited.