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Fuseworks Media is headquartered in New Zealand and provides cutting edge news technology to media and communications professionals.

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  • Alcohol and fire bans begin this week in the Coromandel

    Our new alcohol control bylaw takes effect from today, 18 December, so check out where and when it's okay to have alcohol in a public place. We've got a mix of year-round 24/7 town centre bans and Christmas/New Year and long weekend bans on some beaches and seaside reserves.

  • Council votes to retain Alpine within TDHL

    Timaru District council has unanimously voted to instruct TDHL to retain its 47.5% stake in Alpine Energy.

    The vote, which followed a full day public hearing in Timaru today, commits the holding company to keeping their shareholding in the local electricity distributor.

  • Police investigate incident at Ngawi camp site

    Police are investigating an incident at a camp site in Ngawi on the evening of Sunday 16 December 2018 which resulted in a man being shot in the leg.

  • Peters’ still hiding stance on Global Compact - McClay

    Winston Peters’ continued refusal to make a decision and tell the public what New Zealand’s position on the United Nations Global Compact on Migration is shameful, National’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson Todd McClay says.

  • DHL Express NZ predicts volume surge this holiday season

    DHL Express New Zealand is predicting a 35% - 40% increase in parcel deliveries this festive season, over 7% higher than the same period in 2017.

  • A glimpse into Wanaka's future lakefront

    Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) has installed a new "capsule" to provide seating and shade on part of Wanaka’s lakefront opposite Pembroke Park. This unique space by the water is for people and pedestrians to enjoy, while relocating some lakefront parking to alternative areas.

  • Caution urged following heavy rain - Waikato Regional Council

    Waikato Regional Council’s coastal scientists say water quality at the beaches it monitors is generally good for swimming, but caution is urged following heavy rain.

  • Name release of pedestrian killed in Rolleston fatal

    Police can now release the name of the pedestrian killed in a crash on Maddisons Road, Rolleston.

    She was 84-year-old Sun Kil Kim of Rolleston.

    Our thoughts are with her family.

    The investigation into the crash is ongoing.

  • More loose figures from slippery Shane Jones - Goldsmith

    Shane Jones has admitted he has no idea how many jobs have actually been filled to date as a result of the hundreds of millions spent so far on the Provincial Growth Fund, National’s Economic and Regional Development spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says.

  • Controlled Purchase Operation in Whangarei

    Police are pleased with the actions of 17 off-licenced premises following a recent Controlled Purchase Operation (CPO) in Whangarei.

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