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What building work does not require a building consent?

Schedule 1 of the Building Act 2004 permits a range of building work to be carried out without obtaining a building consent. This is known as ‘exempt building work’.

Community service for boatie who collided with ferry

An Auckland recreational boatie, Grant Reginald McCutcheon, has been ordered to complete 120 hours community service after his boat collided with a Fullers Group ferry on the Waitematā Harbour.

Canstar unveils new KiwiSaver award

Financial comparison site Canstar has launched a new award designed to make it easier for consumers to make informed decisions about their KiwiSaver options.

Wildlife Hospital to celebrate official opening

The Wildlife Hospital Dunedin will be officially opened by the Mayor of Dunedin, Dave Cull, on Friday 28 September.

CPAG welcomes priorities for a 'modern and fairer NZ'

Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) welcomes the Government’s 12 priorities for a "modern and fairer New Zealand".

Rainbow Warrior heading to Wellington

The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior is due to arrive into Wellington Harbour this afternoon as part of a tour to celebrate New Zealand’s recent ban on new offshore oil exploration, and promote clean energy opportunities.

Body found in search for missing man Ian Marshall

Searchers looking for missing Balclutha man Ian Marshall have recovered his body late this afternoon.

Mr Marshall’s body was found in the Clutha River by members of the Police Dive Squad and the death will be referred to the Coroner.

10 year anniversary of landmark Business School

The iconic Sir Owen G Glenn Building, home to the University of Auckland Business School, has turned ten.

Murder charge following Papamoa homicide

A 22-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a 48-year-old man in Papamoa yesterday.

The man charged was known to the deceased and will be appearing in Tauranga District Court tomorrow.

$200,000 win for Timaru Strike player

A lucky Strike player from Timaru will be celebrating after winning $200,000 with Strike Four in tonight’s live Lotto draw.

The winning ticket was sold at Timaru Pak N Save.