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Archive for January, 2013

Rangers vigilant on angling compliance

Press Release – Wellington Fish and Game

As the great summer river fishing conditions continue, Wellington Fish & Game is urging anglers to ensure they are complying with the regulations. Read more »

Wilderness calls on World Wetlands Day

Press Release – Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

Wetlands are valuable places for wildlife and in Hawkes Bay there are some interesting spots to explore on World Wetlands Day, Saturday 2 February. Read more »

More Kiwi jobs sacrificed by Nats’ inaction on dollar

Press Release – Green Party

Another 192 Kiwis have had their jobs sacrificed because of the National Governments devotion to a failed monetary policy and its unwillingness to change with the times, Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei said today. Read more »

Self-sufficient dairy farm placed on the market

Press Release – Bayleys

A well developed dairy farm on the north-east coast of the South Island has been placed on the market for sale. Read more »

Funding increase for Cochlear Implants celebrated

Press Release – Cochlear Implant Consumer Group

2013 is being celebrated by a group of Hearing heroes who championed the case for increased funding for cochlear implants so more deaf New Zealanders could hear. Read more »

Mihi to the new Speaker

Press Release – New Zealand Government

We want to congratulate the Hon David Carter as the Speaker-Elect to this House. One of the things that we have noted is that you have had an ability to build relationships because of your thoughtful and constructive manner. Read more »

Positive development in ports dispute

Press Release – Auckland Council

The Mayor has welcomed the reaction of both parties to the facilitators recommendations in the Ports of Auckland dispute. Read more »

University Medal For Education Advocate

Press Release – University of Waikato

A man who left school at 12 and who has helped generations of young people make the most of their opportunities has been awarded the University of Waikato medal. Read more »

Provincial town reeling under National’s inept management

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

The crippling exchange rate has caused 192 hard-working Kiwis to lose their job as Summit Wool Spinner is sold, says Labours Finance spokesperson David Parker. Summit is being sold by its parent company Sumitomo to Godfrey Hurst in Australia. Read more »

Enrich them all Big or Small – Whole School Mucks in at Zoo

Press Release – Orana Wildlife Park

Loburn School students will kick-start their year by participating in rabbit poo rake ups, weeding kiwi aviaries and generally mucking in at Orana Wildlife Park. The whole school, comprising 170 students, will visit the Zoo tomorrow as part … Read more »

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