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Powerball and Strike roll over

Powerball and Strike have both rolled over tonight, meaning there is a combined prize pool of $7.2 million up for grabs on Saturday.

Powerball was not struck this evening and has rolled over to Saturday night, where the jackpot will be $6 million.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 8:54 pm

'Running of the Beers' student fundraiser canned

Dunedin police have put the kibosh on a student fundraiser, just over a week before the event was to be held, saying it promotes excessive drinking.Organiser Joel MacManus had planned to run the second annual 'Running of the Beers'...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 8:23 pm

Napier home-owners overwhelmed by families desperate to find rentals

Napier home owners have been overwhelmed with the amount of interest in their rental properties as desperate families seek a place to live. One property owner received 900 inquiries within 24 hours. A spokesperson from Hawke's...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 7:37 pm

QLDC Commonage Development block to be taken back to market

QLDC Property Director Richard Pope advised today that the sale of 9.5009 hectare Commonage Development block on Queenstown Hill had not completed and will be taken back to the market.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 7:24 pm

Kaimanawa horses to be immortalised in bronze

Once maligned as a scruffy herd of feral horses, grazing and trampling over threatened native plants, plans have now been announced to erect a bronze statue to celebrate the humble Kaimanawa brumbie. A group interested in the...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 7:00 pm

$50,000 gifted to charities close to Kiwi mum Abby Hartley's heart

The family of a Kiwi mum who died in a Bali hospital after a medical emergency are gifting a chunk of the $230,000 donated in a frantic bid to bring her home to charity. Abby Hartley was rushed into emergency surgery after falling...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:52 pm

Police share warning after two Oamaru men lose $40,000 in mail scam

Police are warning Waitaki residents not to be taken in by a Malaysian-based postal scam that has left two Oamaru men out of pocket by nearly $40,000.One man lost a sum believed to be just over $20,000 and another about $19,000...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:48 pm

Gusts of 80km/h delays flights at Hawke's Bay Airport

Strong wind caused several flights in and out of the beleaguered Hawke's Bay Airport to be delayed today. An Air New Zealand spokeswoman said flight NZ8884 from Wellington to Napier circled the airport several times before landing...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:38 pm

Upset family hand over second suspect in 82-year-old's bashing

The second suspect behind the brutal robbery of an 82-year-old Kerikeri man has been handed over to police by his upset family. The two 17-year-olds appeared in the Kaikohe District Court this afternoon jointly charged with aggravated...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:35 pm

Firefighters contain blaze ripping through South Auckland's Manurewa Rugby League club

Fire and Emergency New Zealand crews have contained a blaze which ripped through the Manurewa Rugby League and Sports Club earlier this evening.A Fenz spokesman told the Herald the fire on Claymore St was well involved in flames...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:29 pm

Police statement on Pike River Mine

Police are currently conducting inquiries into a theory that the conveyor belt in the Pike River Mine was activated on 24 November 2010, prior to the second explosion.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:25 pm

Sallies would welcome adoption inquiry 'to bring healing'

More than 100,000 young women were sent to maternity homes for unwed mothers run by the Salvation Army.The organisation has now pledged to assist any inquiry into historic adoption practices, something the Government is considering.Lieutenant...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 6:07 pm

Overfished West Coast hoki fishery collapses - Greenpeace

Wednesday, September 26: The collapse of the West Coast hoki fishery revealed today by the fishing industry demonstrates why we need an independent inquiry into New Zealand’s failing fisheries management system, says Greenpeace.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 5:54 pm

Victorian Senator Derryn Hinch on politics, Hanson, deportations and manners

He thinks our politics are tame, he agrees with Peter Dutton's deportation policies and he certainly isn't in New Zealand to learn any manners, as Pauline Hanson suggested, but New Zealand journalist-turned-Australian Senator Derryn...

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 5:20 pm

Swift resolution needed for primary teachers and families - CTU

Unions stood behind NZEI Te Riu Roa members who today voted to reject the latest collective agreement offer from the Government, and urged for a speedy resolution to the industrial process.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 4:44 pm

Arrest made following Kakanui aggravated robbery

Police have arrested and charged a 20-year-old man in relation to the aggravated robbery at a dairy in Kakanui, North Otago yesterday.

At 2.55pm the man entered Kakanui Store on High St armed with what was believed to be a firearm.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 4:15 pm

New squash scholarship served up to Tauranga student

Tauranga student Ben Grindrod is the inaugural recipient of the University of Waikato Squash Scholarship.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 4:03 pm

Consultation on Napier Youth Strategy underway

What do young people think would make Napier a better place for them to live?

That’s one of the questions being asked of 12 to 24-year-olds, and their parents, over the next month during consultation on the draft Napier Youth Strategy.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 4:00 pm

Bus drivers welcome select committee hearing

Wellington’s bus drivers are welcoming tomorrow’s select committee hearing into the Wellington bus fiasco and hope MPs can get the Greater Wellington Regional Council to answer questions that have been put to them repeatedly by drivers over the past year.

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 3:52 pm

Rainbow crossing to shine with pride in capital

Wellington’s Rainbow Crossing will soon become a reality, with the controlled crossing to be officially opened on 10 October to coincide with the birthday of one of the city’s most iconic transgender activists, Carmen Rupe (1936-2011).

Source: - National | 26 Sep 2018 | 3:52 pm

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