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Pomahaka Study Adds Weight To Rural Water Quality Push

Wednesday, 28 April, 2010 - 16:19

The Otago Regional Council's launch of a rural water quality strategy for the region has been given added momentum by the findings of a major ORC study of the Pomahaka River catchment.

Westpac Institutional Bank Morning Report 28.4.10

Wednesday, 28 April, 2010 - 09:10

News and views Risk sentiment dived last night, affecting equities, currencies, commodities, and interest rates globally. The catalyst was the downgrade by Standard & Poor's of Greece from BBB+ to BB+, the agency warning bondholders could lose 70c per dollar on a debt restructuring.

All Quiet Overnight As Rivers Drop

Wednesday, 28 April, 2010 - 09:06

River levels are dropping steadily all over Southland and both Environment Southland and the Southland Civil Defence Emergency Management Group are expecting that most rivers will cease to be in a state of flood today.

World Sport's Biggest Prize Brings A Sense Of Awe

Tuesday, 27 April, 2010 - 14:44

By Robert Lowe of NZPA

Auckland, April 27 NZPA - From school children to seasoned internationals, there was a sense of wonder today at the chance to get up close to world sport's most coveted prize.

Summer Water Restrictions Lifted

Tuesday, 27 April, 2010 - 10:19

Clutha District Council advises that due to recent rainfall and the onset of cooler temperatures the normal 'Stage One - Summer Mode' water restrictions which had been in place for the entire district have now been lifted.

Contact Epic 2010 More Than Just A Mountain Bike Race

Tuesday, 27 April, 2010 - 10:17

Dubbed as NZ's Ultimate Mountain Biking Challenge, the 2010 race lived up to its fast growing reputation as an event that can push the boundaries of any elite rider and challenge the visual senses of the most avid traveler with vistas to rival the landscape in any country.

Westpac Institutional Bank Morning Report

Monday, 26 April, 2010 - 08:48

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Inquiry Underway Into Cause Of Crash

Sunday, 25 April, 2010 - 18:20

By Richard Bosselman for NZPA

Ohakea, April 25 NZPA - Conditions at the time of today's pre-dawn military helicopter crash, which claimed three lives, were such that the crews of the two accompanying machines were initially oblivious to the tragedy.

Anzac Day Marred By Deaths In Military Helicopter Crash

Sunday, 25 April, 2010 - 10:02

Auckland, April 25 NZPA - Anzac Day in New Zealand have been marred by the death of three people in a military helicopter heading towards memorial services in Wellington.

Tens Of Thousands Attend Anzac Dawn Services

Sunday, 25 April, 2010 - 08:48

Auckland, April 25 NZPA - Tens of thousands of people have turned out at dawn services across the country to remember fallen New Zealand servicemen and women to mark Anzac Day.