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Moorhead Looks For Charles Tour Breakthrough On Home Ground

Wednesday, 1 October, 2008 - 07:23

Wellington, Oct 1 NZPA - Grant Moorhead believes there is no better place for breakthrough win on the Charles Tour but on his home course which hosts the Taranaki Open golf tournament starting tomorrow.

'From Tooth To Claw' Celebrates Animals And Art

Tuesday, 30 September, 2008 - 14:39

On October 17, Aucklanders have the rare opportunity to see Auckland Zoo elephants Kashin and Burma paint, then hear a thought-provoking lecture on animals in art by Auckland Art Gallery art expert, Mary Kisler.

English: Cullen Puts Any Future Labour Tax Cuts In Doubt

Tuesday, 30 September, 2008 - 14:38

National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says Helen Clark's promise of a 'pay jolt' in education coupled with Michael Cullen's comments that he is beyond his comfort zone, clearly mean Labour's future tax cuts are in doubt.

Key Says NZ Will Weather Economic Storm

Tuesday, 30 September, 2008 - 14:38

National Party Leader John Key says New Zealand will weather the global credit storm and National has a carefully balanced economic package that will help get the country growing again.

Grounded Ship Update

Tuesday, 30 September, 2008 - 08:20

30 September 2008 - Environment Bay of Plenty staff are continuing to monitor the San Cuvier - the ship grounded off Opotiki during severe weather in July 2008.

The San Cuvier was grounded on Sunday 27 July on a rocky stretch of coastline east of Opape and west of Torere.

English: Dr Cullen Should Come Clean On State Of Books

Monday, 29 September, 2008 - 14:03

National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says Finance Minister Michael Cullen clearly knows how the fiscal books are looking, after comments made by him on Friday.

Road Works In Whangamata

Monday, 29 September, 2008 - 13:53

Company to repair faulty hot mix

A section of Port Rd between Lincoln and Ocean roads will be repaired by contractors HEB Bitumen to correct a technical fault with hot mix laid by the company in November 2007.

Join Nearly 30,000 Other Activesmart Memebers And Get Fit For Summer

Friday, 26 September, 2008 - 14:40

Nearly 30,000 New Zealanders have signed up with ACC's free personalised fitness and nutrition programme ActiveSmart, and even more New Zealanders are encouraged to join as summer approaches.

Key: Recession Underlines Need For Economic Plan

Friday, 26 September, 2008 - 14:36

"Today it's official, Labour has led New Zealand into recession and most worryingly Helen Clark is still failing to articulate any plan to get our country's economy growing again," says National Party Leader John Key.

Antarctic Festival Starts Tomorrow

Thursday, 25 September, 2008 - 12:47

The United States Air Force's humungous C-17 Globemaster III airlifter will carry out a city approach over Christchurch when the Christchurch Antarctic Festival begins tomorrow.