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Veteran Swimmer Fails In Cook Strait Bid

Tuesday, 9 February, 2010 - 20:24

Wellington, Feb 9 NZPA - A 60-year-old Bay of Plenty man aiming to be the oldest to swim the Cook Strait was pulled from the sea tonight after battling fierce winds just off the coast of the North Island.

Speech: John Key - Statement To Parliament 9 February 2010

Tuesday, 9 February, 2010 - 14:38

Statement to Parliament

Hon. John Key

Prime Minister

9 February 2010

Presented to the House of Representatives in accordance with Standing Order 345


The Government starts 2010 with a very full programme of reform in front of it.

Go Cycling This Summer

Tuesday, 9 February, 2010 - 13:21

Summer has finally arrived around most of New Zealand and the Automobile Association is encouraging Kiwis to enjoy the good weather and get on their bicycles during February, which happens to be Bike Wise Month.

Cape Reinga SH1 Sealing Project Starts Final Phase

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 15:40

Sealing the last remaining 19 kilometres of SH1 - to Cape Reinga in Northland - is now in its closing stages with work beginning on the final five kilometres to Waitiki Landing where the sealed section of the national highway currently ends.

Possum Control Operations On Banks Peninsula.

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 15:38

Possum control operations resume on Banks Peninsula in mid February; the latest phase in Environment Canterbury's organised ground control programme focusing on 11,000 hectares in the Akaroa Harbour basin.

Cautious Optimism As Recovering Global Consumption Provides Leg-up For New Zealand Agriculture - Rabobank

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 13:50

2010 looks set be a more positive year for New Zealand agriculture as global economic recovery continues to gain momentum, creating a positive impact on food commodity prices and strengthening household consumption against a backdrop of restricted world supply.

Lowest January Drowning Toll

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 11:49

There were nine drowning deaths in New Zealand for January 2010. A significant improvement on the 23 deaths that occurred in for January last year and the lowest number of drowning recorded for the month of January since records began in 1980.

NZ Field First In Dunedin

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 11:48

Dunedin, Feb 8 NZPA - New Zealand captain Dan Vettori won the toss and elected to field in the second one-day cricket international against Bangladesh at University Oval here today.

When Will They Ever Learn?

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 07:49

After west Aucklanders suffered 3 years of aerial spraying of Foray 48B for the Painted Apple Moth, another round of aerial spraying is set to begin this week, this time of a herbicide to eradicate Crack Willow in Auckland's largest wetland area.

Renovation Volumes Up, But Bargain Prices Keep Pressure On Tradespeople

Monday, 8 February, 2010 - 07:31

The latest Tradesman Job Size Index, published today, showed that the average size of jobs completed by tradespeople fell for the second month in January, as fewer larger jobs were completed, and competition remained strong for smaller jobs keeping prices competitive.