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Wellington player strikes it lucky with $500,000 win

A lucky Strike player from Wellington will be over the moon after winning $500,000 with Strike Four in tonight’s live Lotto draw.

The winning Strike ticket was sold on MyLotto.

Whitireia and Weltec's newest graduates celebrated today

The academic achievement of 180 graduates is being celebrated today.

Police seek information on violent Onehunga train station assault

Police are seeking the public’s help to identify three people who we believe can help with enquiries into a violent assault that occurred at the Onehunga Train Station on Saturday.

Continued strong growth reported to Finance Committee

Reports to Hamilton City Council’s Finance Committee yesterday indicated a continued trend of strong growth in the city, contributing towards an improved financial result against budget for the first nine months of the 2017/18 financial year.

Police warning over new phone scam

Police are warning the public about a recent phone scam targeting members of the Chinese community, and international students in particular, in New Zealand.

New study aims to understand workplace wellbeing

Massey University’s Healthy Work Group has launched a new research project to comprehensively measure the relationship between working conditions and stress-related illness in New Zealand.

University of Waikato growing biodiversity in Hawke's Bay

The University of Waikato’s Environmental Research Institute has become the first Corporate Guardian for Hawke’s Bay biodiversity.

80 people set to speak at Napier Long Term Plan hearing

Napier City Councillors have a record 808 submissions to consider in the hearing for the Napier Long Term Plan (LTP) 2018-28, beginning on Friday 1 June.

Unsung hero averts Te Rapa disaster

A potentially life-threatening situation at last weekend’s Te Rapa race-meeting was narrowly avoided thanks to the quick thinking and bravery of one of the raceday staff on duty that day.

High school students speak out for Youth Week

Shakti Youth is hosting a new generation of youth from migrant and refugee backgrounds who will come together for Youth Week 2018 to share fresh perspectives on the #MeToo movement and feminism on the 26th of May. Young people are at the highest risk of sexual assault out of any other age group.