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Missing kayaker - search ongoing

The search for missing kayaker Koyren Campbell continues today.

The Police National Dive Squad will search at Tarakena Bay, where clothing items belonging to Koyren were located on the seabed yesterday.

Get a taste of study and life at UCOL - Taster Workshops next week

If you’re interested in studying in 2021 and wondering what studying at a vocational education provider is like, join us for an afternoon of emersion in one of our Taster Workshops.

Is the Current Market Sustainable? - REINZ

Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows there were 17 more lifestyle property sales (+0.6%) for the three months ended December 2020 than for the three months ended November 2020.

SPCA puts the call out for collectors for Annual Street Appeal

SPCA is calling for big-hearted Kiwis across New Zealand to collect much-needed funds for animals during their 2021 Annual Street Appeal in March.

Volcanic missiles help Auckland prepare for threats from below - EQC

Scientists unleashing volcanic ballistics onto Kiwi roofs hope to help Aucklanders understand and manage their volcanic hazards.

World Vision challenges the world to distribute vaccine fairly

World Vision says the world faces a challenge to avoid the "catastrophic moral failure" described by the head of the World Health Organisation, regarding the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Auckland couple sentenced for repeated tax evasion - IRD

A South Auckland husband and wife, who a judge says used a repeat pattern of tax evasion and used their children as puppets in their ongoing businesses, have been sentenced to prison and home detention respectively.

Volcanic missiles help Auckland prepare for threats from below - EQC

Scientists unleashing volcanic ballistics onto Kiwi roofs hope to help Aucklanders understand and manage their volcanic hazards.

Education 'must act on advances made during lockdowns'

By Jamie Beaton

The Government must now focus on the opportunities the Covid-19 pandemic has provided our country, not just the threats.

Restricted fire season for Otago District's Central Zone - Fire and Emergency NZ

Otago District Central Zone will move to a restricted fire season effective from 8am Wednesday 20 January.

The central zone includes Alexandra, Clyde, Cromwell, Wanaka, Lake Hawea, Naseby, Ranfurly, Kurow, Otematata, Omarama and Middlemarch.