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Canterbury Mayoral Forum welcomes $5.1 million for two projects

The Canterbury Mayoral Forum welcomes the announcement by Minister Damien O’Connor of $6 million to improve waterways and biodiversity and is delighted that Canterbury will be the main beneficiary of this particular tranche of funding.

Peppa Pig joins Save the Children to highlight children's rights

One of the world’s favourite children’s characters - Peppa Pig - today joined Save the Children at Auckland’s Glenavon School to support children’s rights on World Children’s Day.

12-month review results in committee structure change

Two committees have been merged into one to provide more integrated oversight of catchment management in the Waikato region.

Safety-conscious companies celebrated at Australasian Fleet Champions Awards

Companies have been honoured for working hard to reduce incidents involving at-work drivers and vehicles during the sixth annual Australasian Fleet Champions Awards.

The Dowse receives newly established Blumhardt Fund

The Dowse Art Museum is delighted to announce it is one of the first recipients of the newly established Blumhardt Fund.

Award-winning Don't Guess the Yes campaign begins

If they’re out of it, they’re not up for it - that’s the message from Wellington Police in the lead up to summer and the festive season.

Dunedin Railways back for limited services this summer

Dunedin locals and visitors will be able to enjoy tourist rail services in the city this summer.

Mayor Aaron Hawkins announced today that Dunedin City Council has agreed to under-write a limited season of rail services - for this summer only - using the assets of Dunedin Railways Ltd.

PDU welcomes opening of Whangarei's Camera Obscura - MBIE

The Provincial Development Unit (PDU) welcomes the opening of the Camera Obscura interactive sculpture in Whangarei today.

Tupu Aotearoa offers sustainable employment and education pathways

Pacific communities in Nelson, Marlborough, Tasman and Northland will benefit from the expansion of the Tupu Aotearoa programme announced by the Minister for Pacific Peoples Hon Aupito William Sio.

NZ's construction industry demonstrates its commitment to Queenstown

Residents and visitors to Queenstown will benefit from safer, more accessible places and real travel choice, following confirmation of the preferred consortium to deliver cornerstone transport projects in Wakatipu.