Yarrow Stadium may be nearing capacity for next month’s All Blacks test match, but there is still accommodation available for out-of-town rugby fans.
Police in Whangarei and Dargaville knocked on a few doors early this morning to catch up with a few people who had outstanding warrants.
A sub-tropical low should move rapidly southeast across the top of the North Island on Sunday.
The possibility of earthquake-caused liquefaction in Taranaki is low, with just a few coastal areas potentially having the type of soil that might liquefy.
However those areas would need to be soil-tested before the potential for liquefaction can be confirmed or discounted.
The redevelopment of central Christchurch has taken an exciting step forward with today’s announcement of the Amazing Place playground winners, says Christchurch Central Development Unit Director Warwick Isaacs.
A community planting day to celebrate Arbor Day next month will add to the enhancement of the Karamu Stream.
Do you have kids in car seats? Do you know what age and size children should be when they change car seat type or no longer need a car seat?
NorthTec Chef Tutor Hughie Blues, who for 15 years was chef and co-owner of the Waikokopu Cafe on the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, says having international class kitchen facilities in Whangarei makes it easy to host competitions like the Northland Salon Culinaire competition.
NorthTec student nurses scored big at the recent annual National Council of Student Maori Nurses Hui in Nelson, with Kaitaia’s Caroline Snowden winning gold and Whangarei’s Aniwaniwa Mahanga taking out silver for their exemplar presentations.
A playground based on author Margaret Mahy’s work has taken out one of the top prizes in the BNZ Amazing Place playground design competition run by the Christchurch Central Development Unit, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced.
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