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Milestone for women in Police

Today’s graduation at the Royal New Zealand Police College brings with it a special milestone for women in Police.

Missing fisherman - have you seen Peter Koziol?

Police in Hawke's Bay are seeking the public's assistance to locate 55-year-old Peter Koziol who was last seen by friends on Sunday 9 December.

Mr Koziol is from Palmerston North and was last believed to be fly-fishing on the Waipawa River on Monday 10 December.

Statement on the proposed changes to the Misuse of Drugs Act

Attribute to a Police spokesperson:

Preventing harm caused by organised crime and drugs is a key priority for Police.

Christchurch City Council seeks review of regional water plan

Christchurch City Council will seek an urgent review of the Land and Water Regional Plan (LWRP) from Environment Canterbury.

The Council today voted to ask the regional council to review the LWRP to address its concerns about the impact of commercial water bottling operations.

Massey Professorial promotions announced

The latest promotion round has seen 11 Massey University staff promoted to professor and 16 to associate professor. The promotions take effect from January 1.

Massey's newest professors

Professors Bourke, Chilvers and Emerson

Public Service is making significant progress in important areas - report

State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes has published the 2018 Our People, Public Service Workforce Data, which shows the Public Service is making significant progress in important areas.

New sculpture joins Massey skyline

Column Vernaculus, by New Zealand artist Warren Viscoe, has found a new home on Massey University’s ManawatÅ« campus.

Its creator, born in Auckland in 1935, makes sculptures from found objects, re-cycling, carving, hewing, and binding them to his purpose.

Leaving a WSU legacy

You never know what opportunities will arise from the University of Waikato food court, if the WSU leaders’ experiences are anything to go by.

Lower speed limits Appleby Highway, Tasman District from 18 December

In a joint effort to increase road safety in the Tasman District, the NZ Transport Agency is lowering speed limits on a busy stretch of State Highway 60 between Richmond and Motueka, in time for Christmas.

Court order, convictions and fine for coastal damage - council

A Coromandel man has been issued with a court order prohibiting him from carrying out any further illegal works in the coastal marine area that borders his property.