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Demolition of Stratford's old ANZ Bank building to start this week

Stratford District Council has confirmed that contractors will begin work on the demolition of the ANZ Bank Building from Wednesday 13 November 2019 if weather permits.

At times, access along Broadway and into Prospero Place may be affected by the demolition activity.

New Hutt Road bridge and pathway blessed and cycle counter unveiled

The new Hutt Road walking and biking paths and wider new bridge over the Kaiwharawhara Stream were blessed by Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika this morning, and officially opened by Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter.

Lincoln University and Meridian join forces for coal free future

Lincoln has become the first New Zealand university to adopt commercial scale solar energy as it unveils plans to eliminate coal by 2025.

Gisborne District Council details desired recycle bin fill levels

About 14,000 Gisborne households have their recycling collected every week and on average, about 200 are rejected at kerbside - mainly because they are overfilled.

Waitaki District Council: A voice for all of provincial NZ

Waitaki Mayor elected as LGNZ National Council Provincial Sector Chair and Representative

Mayor for Waitaki, Gary Kircher, is set to be a voice, not just for the district, but also for

Otago, Southland, and all of provincial New Zealand after being elected into two positions

LINZ - Submissions open for Glenaray Station tenure review

Submissions are now open for the public to have their say on the tenure review of New Zealand’s largest high country pastoral lease, Glenaray Station.

A preliminary proposal has been developed for the 62,000 hectare station, made up of Glenaray and Whitecomb pastoral leases.

Go Bus strike continues with "dangerous managerial behaviour" on picket line

FIRST Union Go Bus drivers in South Auckland say this morning’s picket action turned into something much more serious as two senior Go Bus managers manned buses and attempted to forcefully drive through the peaceful picket line, putting striking union members at a significant risk of physical h

Police statement on sentencing for murder of Alex Latimer

The sentencing of two men in the Napier High Court today has provided the family of Alex Latimer with a sense of justice.

James Webby and David Lothian were sentenced to lengthy terms of imprisonment today for the 2018 murder of Mr Latimer at Te Haroto, north of Napier.

Family violence group asks kiwis not to look away from current news

The National Network of Family Violence Services NZ is urging people not to bury their heads in the sand to violence as some of the worst cases we have seen in this country are before the courts.

Mothers Against Dairy activists take on Fonterra

On Sunday 10 November, dairy giant Fonterra held its third 'Open Gates' open-day at 14 of their shareholder's private farms.