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Spring Brings A Lift In The Number Of Residential Sales

Monday, 6 October, 2008 - 16:19

6 October 2008 - The volume of residential sales in Auckland increased during September in line with normal expectations of a springtime lift in the market. Barfoot & Thompson recorded 559 sales for the month, compared with 502 in August.

Wanganui Stay Unbeaten By Crushing Coasters

Saturday, 4 October, 2008 - 17:18

Auckland, Oct 4 NZPA - The Wanganui rugby juggernaut rolled out relentlessly on the West Coast today as the unbeaten Meads Cup favourites drubbed their hosts 52-7 in a sodden Greymouth.

Overnight Motorway Closures

Friday, 3 October, 2008 - 16:58

The NZ Transport Agency advises the following closures will take place for motorway improvements and maintenance. Closures start at 9pm and finish at 5am, unless otherwise stated. Work delayed by bad weather will be completed on or before the contingency date.


Kawakawa Bay Residents To Move Back Home

Friday, 3 October, 2008 - 16:57

Residents of the five houses below the Kawakawa Bay slip have been given the all clear to return to their homes.

Because of the danger posed by the landslip, Manukau City Council asked these residents to evacuate in late August.

English: Cullen Confirms Blank Cheque Approach To Rail

Wednesday, 1 October, 2008 - 16:09

National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says the announcement today of another additional taxpayer subsidy for KiwiRail confirms Michael Cullen's "blank cheque approach" to rail.

Summer Road Reseals Approved

Wednesday, 1 October, 2008 - 14:24

Council has approved expenditure of just under $1M for the annual roading reseal programme. This will allow approx 27km of both urban and rural road to be resurfaced with chip seal.

ITU Duathlon World Championships Deliver Golden Glow For Kiwis

Wednesday, 1 October, 2008 - 09:15

1 October 2008 - The New Zealand team performed with distinction at the World Duathlon Championships in Rimini, Italy over the weekend with the age group athletes collecting three gold and one bronze medal.

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.