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Protest at the Wellington Christmas Races this Saturday

"Youllbefine, Rockmaster and Cossack Warrior are the three horses who have been killed on New Zealand race tracks in as many weeks" said Frances Baker, Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses (CPR) spokesperson.

Ecentre to focus on students and staff - Massey University

Massey’s business incubator the e-centre is refocusing its activities to concentrate on supporting students and staff.

Face time innovates online language learning - expert

Learning another language can take years of commitment and effort amid our busy lives. A new online learning innovation pairing students face-to-face with native speakers is helping to speed up progress because it is tailored to the learner’s needs, lifestyle and level.

Two Lotto players win $500,000

It will be a night to remember for two Lotto players from Auckland and Lower Hutt after taking home $500,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.

The winning tickets were sold at Stellin Street Store in Lower Hutt and on MyLotto to a player from Auckland.

Protestors to OMV: It’s not over

Protestors from around the country have wrapped up a three day, 60 hour occupation of the OMV headquarters in New Plymouth the way they started - dancing.

New Zealand STEM students receive a helping hand

Five promising students set to study STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects in 2020

have today been announced the recipients of BP’s Innovation Scholarship programme, which will see each

student receive $1,000 towards their tertiary studies next year.

Disability report highlights poverty risk - Child Poverty Action Group

Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) welcomes the new report from CCS Disability Action released today, which has highlighted the inequities for disabled people living in Aotearoa and their families.

Care urged for swimmers and dog walkers as toxic algae returns - Wellington Council

Toxic algae is once again causing problems as the summer starts to take hold, and swimmers are urged to take care, especially at the Waipoua River in Wairarapa.

Hui focuses on driving regional Māori economy - Wellington Council

A series of community hui on the development of a strong and sustainable Māori economy in the greater Wellington region will conclude in Plimmerton today ahead of next year developing an economic strategy and action plan designed to boost the economic and social well-being of Māori in the r

Region’s emissions growing, monitoring report shows - Wellington Council

While there are more people taking public transport across the Wellington region than ever before, transport-generated emissions continue to grow, a Greater Wellington Regional Council report says.