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Four cases of paratyphoid fever confirmed in HB

Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is investigating four confirmed cases of Paratyphoid Fever and is following up three suspect cases.

Dedication to adventure recognised at NZOIA awards

A Bay of Plenty man who has directed some of New Zealand’s most respected outdoor education centres, a Queenstown-based guide who spent a year on a sub-Antarctic island and an inspirational young instructor from the West Coast were among nine outstanding Kiwis recognised for excellence in outdo

Hotter day in the east today but cooler in the south

A warm nor'west flow over the country today will boost temperatures into the mid to late 20s this afternoon in the east of the North Island while Cantebury and Marlborough feel the warmth further south, in the low 20s.

New book looks at 40 years of pioneering Massey social work

A new book published by the Massey University Press looks back at the past 40 years of research and teaching Social Work at Massey University.

Police name Houhora crash victim

Police can now release the name of the 9-year-old boy that died after being hit by a car in Houhora, Far North on Saturday.

He was Te Paina Herewini Tahitahi of Houhora.

Police extend their sincere sympathies to Te Paina’s family.

Canterbury Police urge motorists to be cautious of high winds

Canterbury Police reminds motorists to drive to the conditions while wind speeds in the area remain high.

Emergency services have responded to a report of an overturned truck and trailer this morning, as well as a tree which has fallen on a car.

Search warrants executed as part of Operation Coin

Police have today executed search warrants at various locations in Auckland, with the support of a number of other government agencies , including the Serious Fraud Office, Customs, Ministry of Social Development and Inland Revenue.

Solution for Island Bay cycleway to be discussed

A compromise solution for the layout of The Parade will be proposed by Wellington City Councillors this week.

The proposed new layout will have a dedicated cycleway between the footpath and the kerb at the same height, with cars once again parking up against the kerb.

Faye and Bernard Leov to appeal judgment in defamation case

Faye and Bernard Leov are appealing the judgment of the Blenheim High Court, delivered on 29 August 2017, which found them liable in defamation for the contents of a letter sent by Dunedin writer Susan Dunn in September 2012.

Opinion: Auckland's roads need decongesting now

Auckland is growing at a rate unforeseen by planners - 45,000 more people in 2016. All the goods and services the expanding population uses are provided by the road freight transport industry which is keeping pace with the growing demand.

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