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Punter wins $1m in Lotto first division but Powerball jackpots

Powerball's $8 million prize may have eluded players tonight, but Lotto has still produced two big winners.A player from New Plymouth has won First Division's million dollar prize.The winning ticket was sold on MyLotto to a player...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 8:30 pm

Tornado in Auckland: Horror moment tornado smashed fencing on to family in bed

A two-year-old girl is lucky to have escaped with only cuts to her face after being hit by a fence panel that flew across the street before smashing through the bedroom window and landing on top of her and her mother. The little...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 6:58 pm

Super Rugby final: Trains back up and running for Super Rugby final after tornado damage

Trains are back up and running ahead of the Super Rugby final at Eden Park tonight.Auckland Transport this afternoon tweeted that there were cancellations to rail services on the southern and eastern lines because of the tornado...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 4:32 pm

The Spinoff: The shape of Wellington's future is about to be decided

This story was originally published by The Spinoff A draft plan that increases by 50 per cent the amount of inner Wellington shielded from new dense housing is set to face a tough week in council, writes Justin Giovannetti. There's...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 3:33 pm

Hastings wins big 1st XV match in Napier

The toughness of one of Hawke's Bay's greatest annual rugby matches was again there in truckloads as the Hastings Boys' High School first fifteen won their big game against Napier Boys' High School today.In rain and surrounded by...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 3:10 pm

Herald afternoon quiz: June 19

Test your brains with the Herald's afternoon quiz. Be sure to check back on nzherald.co.nz for the morning quiz tomorrow. To challenge yourself with more quizzes, CLICK HERE.

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 3:00 pm

Local Focus: The war on wallabies using GPS, drones and dogs

They may look cute and cuddly but Dama Wallabies are quite the opposite. The menacing marsupials are officially classified as an 'unwanted organism' in the Biosecurity Act. "We've had wallabies in the Rotorua area for over 100...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 2:23 pm

Man critically injured in crash, SH1 north of Auckland temporarily closed

State Highway 1 north of Auckland was closed after a crash that left one person critically injured.A car and truck collided about midday at the intersection of State Highway 1 and Welch Dr, Warkworth.A man in his 80s was seriously...

Source: nzherald.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 2:10 pm

Amnesty calls for more on World Refugee Day

Caring organisations around Aotearoa New Zealand will be holding fundraisers and community hui this weekend to mark World Refugee Day 2021.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 19 Jun 2021 | 5:00 am

All tamariki deserve the best ECE and childcare - Children's Commissioner

Children with the most to gain from quality early childhood education (ECE) risk missing out as a report finds Aotearoa has some of the most expensive childcare in the world, Children’s Commissioner Andrew Becroft says.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 7:52 pm



'Automation project at Ports of Auckland requires intervention'

The off button on automation at Ports of Auckland has been pressed until further notice, and there needs to be answers, says the Maritime Union.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 5:59 pm

'Urgent action must be taken to improve access to early childhood education'

NZEI Te Riu Roa says a new report shows urgent action must be taken to improve access to early childhood education.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 5:20 pm

Tararua residents become new Kiwis at heart-warming citizenship ceremonies

There were hongis, hugs and handshakes as eleven Tararua residents realised their dream of becoming New Zealanders at ceremonies held in Pahiatua and Dannevirke.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 4:26 pm

Construction to start on new water treatment plant in Shotover Country

Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) is constructing a new water treatment plant in Shotover Country.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 4:16 pm

New Zealand to mark 71st anniversary of the Korean War

Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington will host the commemoration to mark the 71st anniversary of the Korean War on Friday 25 June.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 4:04 pm

Innovating Streets for People Project - Council

In order to address community safety concerns, work has commenced on the installation of trial traffic calming measures along Willowpark Road North, covering the Mayfair School and Bill Mathewson Park frontages.

Source: Voxy.co.nz - National | 18 Jun 2021 | 3:37 pm

Kiwifruit industry: New Zealand labour 'just not there'

The kiwifruit industry is facing a shortfall of 7000 workers as it predicts it will double in value in the next ten years.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 1 Aug 2018 | 9:17 am

Primary teachers and principals vote to extend strike to full day strike

Primary teachers and principals have voted to extend strike action to a full day instead of a previously planned three-hour stoppage. Watch: NZEI's Louise Green on Morning Report.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 1 Aug 2018 | 7:53 am



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Supplier of aluminium composite panels pulls out of CodeMark

A major supplier of aluminium composite panels for high-rise buildings has pulled out of the government's troubled CodeMark scheme.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 10:46 pm

International visitor survey in need of 'tune up'

Crucial government statistics on international tourist spending have not been fit for purpose for some time, a tourism industry body says.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 10:10 pm

Camaraderie and catchups for younger dementia sufferers

New Zealand's lack of services for sufferers of younger onset dementia is being challenged by a newly formed community group.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 9:47 pm

Foam investigation: Tests to include properties near Whenuapai airbase

Tests for firefighting foam contamination are spreading outwards to encompass properties neighbouring Whenuapai airbase in west Auckland.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 9:34 pm

Man only out of mental health ward for three days before killing

Gabriel Yad-Elohim's lawyer says her client was hearing voices and had only been out of Auckland Hospital's mental health ward for three days when he killed a man.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 9:21 pm

OIO approves land sale near Arthur's Pass to Czech businessman

The Overseas Investment Office has approved the sale of more than 40,000 hectares of South Island high country land to a Czech businessman.

Source: Radio New Zealand New Zealand Headlines | 31 Jul 2018 | 8:23 pm

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