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Name release following fatal crash in Tauranga

Police can now release the name of the woman who died following a crash in Tauranga yesterday (Thursday 15 February 2018)

She was 90-year-old Molly Heapy of Tauranga.

Slip that's closed SH11 is bigger than first thought

Geotechnical engineers are still assessing the slip that’s forced the closure of State Highway 11 between Paihia and Kawakawa in Northland.

Police make move to Christchurch’s Justice and Emergency Services Precinct

This Monday 19 February Christchurch Police are making the move to Christchurch’s Justice and Emergency Services Precinct, Te Omeka.

A colour parade ceremony was held today to symbolise the move by Police into their new home.

Australians primed for a winter holiday in the Central North Island

A winter holiday combining the contrasting attractions of the Central North Island is being promoted to Australians.

Civil Defence gears up for Gita

Bay of Plenty’s Civil Defence have been meeting this week to plan for the possibility of the arrival of Cyclone Gita. Along with various partner agencies from across the region, they will continue to keep a close eye on the situation over the weekend.

Wellington motorists advised to expect traffic delays this weekend

Motorists should add extra time to their journeys across central Wellington and the southern and eastern suburbs this weekend - two major events are likely to cause traffic congestion and delays.

Update on Warkworth crash

State Highway 1 has reopened in both directions following a serious crash in Warkworth.

Three people, including a child, have sustained serious injuries and have been transported to hospital.

None of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.

Council seeks community input on Shannon Reserve Management Plan

Horowhenua District Council is seeking input from the community on the long-term management and development of Shannon’s reserves.

Ashhurst's water pipes about to be flushed with new technology

Ashhurst residents are being advised of short-term disruptions to their water supply while the village water pipes are flushed. Over a two-week period starting Wednesday 21 February, residents may experience a period of between 20 - 40 minutes when their water supply is shutdown.

SH1 cleared after crash near Puhoi, but expect delays

Motorists heading north from Auckland on State Highway can expect delays after a crash blocked the road north of Puhoi.

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