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Animal campaigners call on WHO for global ban of wildlife markets

Over 200 organizations from across the world, including World Animal Protection, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Humane Society International, Born Free and Wild Aid, have issued a letter urging the World Health Organization (WHO) to endorse a permanent ban on live wildlife markets and the

Update from One Home to Live In pathway - LINZ

During the first quarter of 2020, the Overseas Investment Office approved 72 applications for people with residency visas to buy homes to live in.

Holiday homes and baches a no-go - Western Waikato Emergency Operations

Residents living in the Western Waikato area are being strongly urged not to travel to their baches, second homes or holiday homes, even if they’re located within the same district.

Mayor Boult begins 'what next' conversation - Queenstown Lakes Council

We are entering what will undoubtedly be the toughest economic situation our district has ever seen and we need to start planning for the future, Queenstown Lakes District Mayor Jim Boult has said.

2020 Canterbury Architecture Awards - shortlist announced

Thirty-five projects have been shortlisted in the 2020 Canterbury Architecture Awards.

The shortlisted projects were selected from a record number of entries in the awards programme of the Canterbury Branch of Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA).

Please don’t flush wipes - Countdown supports efforts to reduce wastewater blockages

Countdown is supporting efforts to stop wet wipes ending up in New Zealand's wastewater systems by rolling out signage in all of its stores reminding customers not to flush them.

Witness sought to incident in Hastings

Eastern District Police are looking to identify a woman who was a witness to an incident in Hastings yesterday.

Easter kerbside service changes - Hamilton CC

Hamilton’s kerbside rubbish will be collected a day later than usual due to the Easter long weekend.

Normal collection days will resume Monday 20 April.

Kerbside collections during COVID-19 lockdown

Walkers and hikers flout rules at Waikato locations

Walkers and hikers continue to ignore directives to stay home amid New Zealand’s Level 4 COVID-19 lockdown, with people visiting some of the Waikato’s most scenic locations.

Reporting on terrorism and violent extremism guidance - BSA

BSA has today released a guidance note which it has prepared with a working group of broadcasters to guide broadcasters when reporting on terrorism, violent extremism and crisis events.