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Favona Homicide: Police continue appeals to community for information

Attribute to Acting Detective Inspector Shaun Vickers, Counties Manukau CIB:

Counties Manukau Police are continuing with the homicide investigation into the death of Meliame Fisi’ihoi in the early hours of 15 January.

Young women encouraged to engineer a career

Being a young woman in a male-dominated field hasn’t stopped Bella Franks carving out a successful international career as an engineer.

Today she spoke about her experiences to a group of female students keen to follow in her footsteps.

Hamilton’s hottest weekend requires wise water use

With Auckland Anniversary weekend approaching, we need to be aware of our water use.

Death toll from Whakaari/White Island eruption rises to 20

Please attribute to Deputy Commissioner John Tims, National Operations Commander

Two people missing presumed deceased following the Whakaari/White Island eruption have now been confirmed as deceased by the Chief Coroner.

Hawke’s Bay bids to be home for the Institute of Skills and Technology

Hawke’s Bay has lodged a strong bid to be the new home for the Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST).

Wellington City excited to welcome Women’s Cricket World Cup

Wellington City Council is delighted the city has been chosen as one of six to host matches in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup tournament in early 2021.

Road safety improvements at nine Dunedin schools

The Dunedin City Council is installing road safety improvements around nine Dunedin schools.

Four people arrested in Northland drug operation

More than 4000 cannabis plants have been seized in a major operation in Northland targeting the cultivation and sale of drugs.

Colliers' Top 10 picks of the top residential growth areas for 2020

Ten places where you should buy in 2020 - Colliers’ pick of the top residential growth areas

Colliers International has released its prediction of the 10 best areas for future residential growth potential in 2020.

Report findings will help schools implement the digital technologies curriculum content

The Ministry of Education welcomes a new report by the Education Review Office (ERO) that provides a range of perspectives on schools’ approaches to implementing the new digital technologies curriculum content.