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4 new cases of COVID-19

4 new cases of COVID-19

Posted September 20, 2020
Health , Media Release

There are four new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today; two community cases and two cases in...

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“Now We Are Here” - Pike Families

“Now We Are Here” - Pike Families

Posted September 17, 2020
Media Release

Pike River Families have welcomed the recovery milestone that is pit bottom in stone - a series of side tunnels...

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An open letter to Prime Minister Jacinda Adern

An open letter to Prime Minister Jacinda Adern

Posted September 17, 2020
Media Release

SAFE CEO Debra Ashton and SPCA CEO Andrea Midgen have co-authored a letter to Jacinda Ardern asking her to show...

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SPCA Prosecutes Otago Man For Drowning Eight Cats

SPCA Prosecutes Otago Man For Drowning Eight Cats

Posted September 17, 2020
Media Release

The disturbing practice of killing animals by drowning is in the spotlight again with Dunedin man Donald MacDonald sentenced yesterday...

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Police issue warning following rise in phone scam cases

Police issue warning following rise in phone scam cases

Posted September 08, 2020
Media Release , Emergency Services

Police are warning the public to be vigilant and wary of calls from phone scammers following a rise in complaints...

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Help to get Kiwi travellers’ cash back

Help to get Kiwi travellers’ cash back

Posted September 08, 2020
Media Release

New Zealanders who have money locked up offshore due to cancelled travel plans as a result of COVID-19 will benefit...

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Agencies must respond as soon as possible to all requests - Chief Ombudsman

Agencies must respond as soon as possible to all requests - Chief Ombudsman

Posted September 08, 2020
Media Release

Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier has released the latest Official Information Act (OIA) and Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act...

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Look up in the orchard – Power lines can kill

Look up in the orchard – Power lines can kill

Posted September 04, 2020
Business , Health , Media Release

Bay of Plenty avocado and kiwifruit orchardists are being urged to ‘look up’ before they pick fruit, prune, build artificial...

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Live export ship carrying 5800 NZ cows goes missing in East China Sea

Live export ship carrying 5800 NZ cows goes missing in East China Sea

Posted September 03, 2020
Media Release

SAFE NZ - a charity that advocates for animal rights in New Zealand is asking again for a moratorium on...

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5 new cases of COVID-19

5 new cases of COVID-19

Posted September 02, 2020
Media Release , Health

There are five new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today – two in Managed Isolation Quarantine and...

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March 15 offender designated as terrorist entity

March 15 offender designated as terrorist entity

Posted September 01, 2020
Media Release

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the offender responsible for the Christchurch terror attack on 15 March 2019 has been...

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14 new cases of COVID-19

14 new cases of COVID-19

Posted September 01, 2020
Health , Media Release

There are 14 new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today - nine in Managed Isolation Quarantine (MIQ)...

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Underground work has resumed at Pike River

Underground work has resumed at Pike River

Posted August 31, 2020
Media Release

Pike River Recovery Agency mine workers are back working underground following the recent withdrawal due to the presence of "products...

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WHITIANGA SHOW HOME OPENS AS DEMAND GROWS

WHITIANGA SHOW HOME OPENS AS DEMAND GROWS

Posted August 31, 2020
Media Release

National award-winning Master Builders, Urban Homes, is set to open the doors to its first show home on the Coromandel...

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2 new cases of COVID-19

2 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 30, 2020
Health , Media Release

There are two new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today.

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Petition Launched For New Election At Tauranga City Council

Petition Launched For New Election At Tauranga City Council

Posted August 27, 2020
Council Matters , Media Release

The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union has launched a petition calling on the entire Tauranga City Council to step down and...

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Police fail to fulfil duty of care to Alo Ngata after his arrest in Auckland in July 2018

Police fail to fulfil duty of care to Alo Ngata after his arrest in Auckland in July 2018

Posted August 27, 2020
Media Release

The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found Police failed to fulfil their duty of care to Alo Ngata when he...

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5 new cases of COVID-19

5 new cases of COVID-19

Posted August 20, 2020
Health , Media Release

There are five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 to report in the community today. There are no new cases to...

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Security enhancements for managed isolation

Security enhancements for managed isolation

Posted August 20, 2020
Health , Media Release

Additional security systems, including thermal CCTV that triggers an alarm if returnees break out, will be rolled out to all...

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Attorney-General responds to Court judgment on legality of Health Orders

Attorney-General responds to Court judgment on legality of Health Orders

Posted August 19, 2020
Media Release

The High Court has today released its judgment in Borrowdale v Director-General of Health and the Attorney-General. It is a...

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Boosting security support at Managed Isolation Facilities and maritime border

Boosting security support at Managed Isolation Facilities and maritime border

Posted August 19, 2020
Media Release

The Government is increasing the number of defence force personnel supporting the Managed Isolation and Quarantine System and maritime border,...

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Election to be held on 17 October

Election to be held on 17 October

Posted August 17, 2020
Media Release

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed the General Election will be held on 17 October.

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Newborn removal without notice ‘more by routine than exception’—Chief Ombudsman

Newborn removal without notice ‘more by routine than exception’—Chief Ombudsman

Posted August 07, 2020
Media Release

Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children has been using its powers to remove newborn pēpi from their parents under a without notice...

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Government confirms CovidCard trial to go ahead

Government confirms CovidCard trial to go ahead

Posted August 06, 2020
Media Release

The Government has confirmed a community-wide trial of CovidCard technology as it explores options for COVID-19 contact tracing.

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Rental reforms provide greater support for victims of family violence

Rental reforms provide greater support for victims of family violence

Posted August 05, 2020
Media Release

Reform of New Zealand’s tenancy laws is progressing with further changes included to protect victims of family violence being added...

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Roadside drug driver testing Bill introduced

Roadside drug driver testing Bill introduced

Posted July 30, 2020
Media Release

The Government has announced details of a planned new law to give Police the power to conduct random roadside drug...

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Legislation for managed isolation payments

Legislation for managed isolation payments

Posted July 29, 2020
Media Release

Legislation to allow the Government to recover some of the costs for managed isolation and quarantine will be introduced to...

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Better access to rates support

Better access to rates support

Posted July 24, 2020
Media Release

Minister of Local Government Hon Nanaia Mahuta welcomes legislation that makes it easier for low income ratepayers to access rates...

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Prime Minister Jacinda Adern dismisses Iain Lees Galloway

Prime Minister Jacinda Adern dismisses Iain Lees Galloway

Posted July 22, 2020
Media Release

Prime Minister Jacinda Adern has dismissed Minister Iain Lees Galloway for an inappropriate relationship with a former staffer

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Underground cable issue causes power outage in Waihi

Underground cable issue causes power outage in Waihi

Posted July 02, 2020
Media Release

Power was cut to 792 customers in Waihi just after midday yesterday afternoon. Field crews located the source of the...

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July 1 is a milestone day for the Coalition Government as a suite of Government initiatives come into effect July 01, 2020

2 new cases of COVID-19 June 27, 2020

Scott Watson’s convictions to be referred to Court of Appeal June 26, 2020

New protection for dolphins and support for changes to fishing methods June 24, 2020

Joint effort under way to repatriate stranded Vanuatu nationals June 18, 2020

Salvage operation underway on Whangamatā Harbour June 02, 2020

Coromandel MP Moves to Top Ten May 26, 2020

Bonus ticket wins $1 million for Waihi couple May 26, 2020

Government exempts some home improvements from costly consents May 25, 2020

New Zealand’s population passes 5 million May 18, 2020

$1 million win for one lucky Waihi Lotto ticket May 18, 2020

Prime Minister’s Budget 2020 speech May 14, 2020

Law setting up legal framework for Covid-19 Alert Level 2 passes May 13, 2020

New measures to protect New Zealand’s national interest during COVID-19 crisis May 13, 2020

New legal framework as move to Alert Level 2 considered May 07, 2020

Independent review of the management of personal protective equipment April 21, 2020

Check your Quality Baker brand Cheese Muffin Splits December 31, 2019

New rules for surgical procedures on animals from May 2020 December 16, 2019

A minute’s silence for Whakaari White Island victims December 14, 2019

OceanaGold jobs at risk November 06, 2019

Live bar feeds could help save lives October 21, 2019

Final vote count overturns one Thames Ward Councillor position October 21, 2019

State Highway 25A between Kopu and Hikuai is expected to reopen this evening October 16, 2019

Kaimai wind farm still up in the air October 16, 2019

SH25 closed at intersection with Hikuai Settlement Road October 15, 2019

Crash SH2 near Waimata School, south of Waihi October 15, 2019

Rain and Strong Winds to Affect North Island October 14, 2019

Police seek info re Thames vehicle break ins October 12, 2019

Search and rescue team conclude search for girl on Waitewhata track October 10, 2019

Beehive news re OceanaGold land purchase approval October 09, 2019

Springs changeable weather pattern continues October 07, 2019

Police seeking information following boating incident October 07, 2019

OceanaGold welcomes positive decision for Waihi October 07, 2019

Your Right to Know: Ombudsman releases Community Attitudes towards freedom of information October 04, 2019

Still time to register to have your say October 04, 2019

Police accept Independent Police Conduct Authority findings regarding officer’s conduct October 03, 2019

Cold Blast Coming This Week - MetService September 29, 2019

Green light for flood reduction work in Kaiaua September 26, 2019

Operation Deadwood: Police make 13 arrests over sophisticated phone scam - 3 men sought September 25, 2019

Artefacts found during Coromandel Town main street upgrade September 20, 2019

Repair works to close SH25 Kuaotunu River Bridge for five weeks from Sunday September 19, 2019

Aboriginal Indigenous Art in Paeroa September 17, 2019

Some Coromandel roads open again September 10, 2019

Road closures around the Coromandel September 10, 2019

Regional Council staff responding to oil spill September 10, 2019

NZTA crews clearing roads September 10, 2019

Severe Weather Watch for Coromandel Peninsula September 09, 2019

Fly My Pretties studio album coming soon September 06, 2019

Five people killed in bus crash north of Rotorua September 04, 2019

Kerepehi water shutdown – 4 September September 03, 2019

Stay safe on the water – make sure you’ve got the right gear September 02, 2019

MP asks Spark to cease work on Coromandel Town cell phone tower September 02, 2019

MetService is forecasting is a wet start to the first week of Spring September 02, 2019

Fatal Crash - Bay of Plenty September 01, 2019

Serious crash, Paeroa-Tahuna Road, Otway August 29, 2019

Serious crash, Whangamata August 28, 2019

Measles outbreak warning issued August 28, 2019

Hazards portal provides handy information for home buyers August 28, 2019

Waikato firearms amnesty and buy-back collection events August 20, 2019

Raglan homicide Update August 18, 2019

Waikato Police make arrest following homicide investigation August 17, 2019

Raglan incident - homicide investigation continues August 16, 2019

Firearms owners hand in 12,183 firearms at over 100 events held nationwide August 16, 2019

Serious crash - State Highway 2, Waitakaruru August 15, 2019

Have you seen Hazel Phillips? August 15, 2019

Forest & Bird opposes government funding for Coromandel Marine Gateway August 15, 2019

There Will Be Mud! August 13, 2019

You could be a councillor or the Mayor August 12, 2019

Candidates step up to the starting line for local election race August 09, 2019

Speed signs now live at four Waikato intersections August 02, 2019

Regional council to show off how Paeroa’s new floodgates on SH26 operate August 02, 2019

Pre-hearing meetings held for proposed Kaimai wind farm August 01, 2019

Hauraki district to take urgent climate change action August 01, 2019

MP for Coromandel picks up Climate Change portfolio July 30, 2019

Search for Joseph Webb continues in Whakatane July 28, 2019

Body of missing Huntly youth recovered July 26, 2019

Something to look forward to...Fine Weekend for Most July 25, 2019

Pedestrian seriously injured, Pahoia July 25, 2019

Measles confirmed in Thames - people quarantined July 25, 2019

Have you seen Joseph Webb? July 25, 2019

Measles Alert for Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals July 24, 2019

Police accepts IPCA findings July 23, 2019

Silver Ferns are Golden Girls July 22, 2019

Government funding tops off Kaiaua leg of Hauraki Rail Trail July 17, 2019

Suspicious fire, Paeroa July 15, 2019

Safer journeys ahead for godwits and redknots July 15, 2019

NZ Stuck in an Unsettled Weather Pattern July 15, 2019

More than 4800 affected by Thames are power cut July 15, 2019

Woman missing from Omokoroa found safe July 08, 2019

Missing Matua man located July 05, 2019

Severe Weather eases in time for School Holidays July 04, 2019

Missing man, Matua, Tauranga July 04, 2019

BOP Flood Room Activated July 04, 2019

Update - fatal incident, Waihi July 02, 2019

Homicide investigation launched, Waihi June 29, 2019

Fatal crash, Waihi June 29, 2019

Sea search underway near Tanners Point June 26, 2019

Police seek witnesses June 26, 2019

Food poisoning associated with consumption of raw mussels June 24, 2019

Clear night skies ahead for many places to spot Matariki rising June 24, 2019

Serious crash,Te Aroha, Matamata-Piako District June 23, 2019

Fatal crash, SH29, Lower Kaimai, Western Bay of Plenty June 17, 2019

One dead following light plane crash June 15, 2019

Government revises offer for teachers and principals June 14, 2019

Waning Winter Weather for a While June 10, 2019

OceanaGold Media Statement June 07, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog Opposes Oceana Gold Judicial Review June 07, 2019

Caring for livestock in wild winter weather June 05, 2019

Deep low to move over North Island June 04, 2019

Rain and strong wind expected to affect road conditions this Queen’s Birthday holiday week May 31, 2019

Winter to arrive on schedule May 30, 2019

Moving Day this Saturday for farmers May 28, 2019

A TURBULENT WEEK OF WEATHER TO END AUTUMN May 27, 2019

Get the outside chores out of the way this weekend May 24, 2019

Pike River Re-entry May 21, 2019

Good Gypsy Day planning key to preventing pest plant spread May 21, 2019

Court action likely after men take more than 3,500 pipi from Bay of Plenty harbour May 20, 2019

Forced end to cheques a worry for some Coromandel seniors May 17, 2019

Communities encouraged to reduce waste in face of rising costs May 14, 2019

Hauraki District Council's Kaimanawa drinking water supply project begins May 13, 2019

Cultsy's Waihi Rugby Scoop May 13, 2019

Coromandel Watchdog Challenges Government to Honour Promises May 12, 2019

A cooler and windier week ahead May 12, 2019

Police announce non-emergency number – it’s 105 May 10, 2019

Sage leaves bad taste in Mayor’s mouth May 07, 2019

No Place For Tailings says Coromandel Watchdog May 03, 2019

LINZ explains process Oceana Gold’s overseas investment application May 03, 2019

Gold mining company disappointed at Minister’s decision May 03, 2019

OceanaGold's purchase of two Waihi farms declined May 03, 2019

WWII legend Sir Keith Park returns to hometown Thames April 29, 2019

Oil spill near Tairua April 29, 2019

Cultsy's Waihi Rugby Scoop April 29, 2019

Submerged car recovered near Maungatapu Bridge, Tauranga April 28, 2019

Body located in search for missing man April 28, 2019

The Boss is back soon - Springsteen album release June 14 April 26, 2019

Have you seen Gordon Nicholson? April 25, 2019

Coromandel crayfish poachers are low-lifes April 24, 2019

Man arrested following Tauranga homicide April 23, 2019

Weather forecast for Easter weekend April 18, 2019

Plan ahead for a safe and enjoyable Easter Holiday April 18, 2019

Easter welcome for the long weekend April 18, 2019

Terrorism threat level lowered to medium April 17, 2019

Check your immunity to Measles April 17, 2019

Health Minister considers Commissioner for Waikato DHB April 16, 2019

Extinction Rebellion Aotearoa protests begin April 16, 2019

Lead up to Easter on a high April 15, 2019

Waihi power supply restored April 02, 2019

Police launch homicide investigation in Tauranga April 02, 2019

Large fine for leaching chicken manure into river March 28, 2019

Further night time closures State Highway 2 Karangahake Gorge March 25, 2019

New Zealand bans military style semi-automatics and assault rifles March 21, 2019

Race Relations Day a chance to remember the victims and survivors of Christchurch attacks March 21, 2019

Nightime closure State Highway 2 Karangahake Gorge - Monday 18 March March 15, 2019

Warm, humid weather continues for North Island March 14, 2019

Police locate vehicle in Denver Chance investigation March 12, 2019

Name release - Pauanui Beach incident March 12, 2019

Denver Chance investigation – Police make arrest after body found March 09, 2019

Woman faces firearm charges March 07, 2019

Firearms incident, Tauranga March 07, 2019

Missing man's car last seen in Waihi March 06, 2019

Arrest Made for Arsons at Waihi College March 01, 2019

Weather man predicts a cool change but not for long February 25, 2019

OceanaGold announces maiden resource at Wharekirauponga on the Coromandel Peninsula February 25, 2019

Man dies after water incident at Ocean Beach, Tairua February 25, 2019

UPDATE: Man shot and killed in Kawerau February 21, 2019

Public thanked for theft information February 14, 2019

Coromandel MP welcomes new rescue helicopter February 11, 2019

OceanaGold stands by family of miner February 07, 2019

Arsons at Waihi College - Police appeal for information February 05, 2019

Woman charged after leaving child in car February 04, 2019

Drivers urged to be aware of summer ice February 01, 2019

Hellers prosecuted over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages January 30, 2019

Coromandel MP disappointed about no races for Thames January 30, 2019

Matakana Island death update January 14, 2019

Update on Matakana Island homicide investigation January 04, 2019

Serious crash – SH25 Manaia January 04, 2019

Matakana death upgraded to homicide January 02, 2019

Fatal crash, Colville, Thames-Coromandel District January 01, 2019

Provisional figure for 2018 road deaths January 01, 2019

Police investigating unexplained death January 01, 2019