Archive for July, 2011

Adverse Effects On Our Health From Air Pollution

Press Release – Clean Air Society

Professor Bert Brunekreef from Utrecht University in the Netherlands will present epidemiological studies that show that community air pollution has adverse health effects even at very low concentrations. Ongoing research is trying to explain why … Read more »

Adverse Effects On Our Health From Air Pollution

Press Release – Clean Air Society

Professor Bert Brunekreef from Utrecht University in the Netherlands will present epidemiological studies that show that community air pollution has adverse health effects even at very low concentrations. Ongoing research is trying to explain why … Read more »

Hui commits to stop expansion of fossil fuels extraction

Press Release – Greenpeace New Zealand

Auckland, July 31st 2011: Iwi, community and environmental organisations united at a hui in Auckland this weekend, with the goal of stopping the Government’s efforts to dramatically ramp up the exploitation of fossil fuels in Aotearoa New Zealand. … Read more »

Homicide In Helensville

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Rodney CIB has launched a homicide investigation as a result of the outcome of a post mortem examination carried out today on the deceased body of a 32 year old male. The details of the autopsy will not be revealed. Read more »

New administration fees for toll road from tomorrow

Press Release – New Zealand Transport Agency

The NZ Transport Agency reminds drivers using the Northern Gateway Toll Road on State Highway 1 north of Auckland that new administration charges for tolls paid for by phone or at the kiosks apply from tomorrow (Monday, 1 August). Read more »

17 year old charged in relation to stabbing

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Last night (30/07/11) Counties Manukau Police located the 17 year old Pakuranga man they were seeking in relation to the stabbing death of 18 year old Warren ROSILLO outside a party on Greenhill Crescent Pakuranga. The 17 year old has been charged … Read more »

Attacks on Waka Serve Only To Strengthen The Project

Press Release – Ngati Whatua

Having an election campaign at the same time as the Rugby World Cup was identified early as a risk in the planning for the Waka Maori project says Waka Maori steering group member Ngarimu Blair. Read more »

Police Investigate Unexplained Death In Helensville

Press Release – New Zealand Police

The deceased body of a 32 year old male has this afternoon been removed from a Helensville address to Auckland Mortuary where an autopsy to determine the cause of death is scheduled tomorrow. Read more »

Greens Demand Celebration of Mediocrity

Press Release – Stephen Berry

Press Release Stephen Berry Greens Demand Celebration of Mediocrity Tamaki Independent candidate Stephen Berry congratulates those who are on the latest National Business Review rich list. “Success, greed and ambition are all important qualities for … Read more »

The Sri Lankan experience, Norway and New Zealand

Press Release – NZ Society for Peace In Sri Lanka

Terrorist violence: The Sri Lankan experience, Norway and New Zealand At a recent session in the New Zealand Parliament, the Green MP Keith Locke vehemently opposed the Prime Minister John Key‘s rejection of the appeals of Tamil boat people, to … Read more »

Students embark on share market research challenge

Press Release – CFA Institute

Students embark on share market research challenge The 2011 CFA Institute Research Challenge has kicked off in New Zealand with the winners destined for Hong Kong to showcase their share market research skills at the Asia Pacific finals. Read more »

Party in Pakuranga

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Counties Manukau Police were called to a party in Pakuranga at about 11.10pm on 29th July after a report of an altercation out on the street. Read more »

Police investigation in Helensville

Press Release – New Zealand Police

The Rodney CIB are investigating the circumstances surrounding an unexplained death of a 32 year old male in Helensville. Read more »

Tua To Trade Places For Breast Cancer Research Trust

Press Release – Breast Cancer Research Trust

Today (29 July 2011) David Tua will be putting himself up for auction on Trade Me; swapping his boxing gloves for oven gloves in support of the Breast Cancer Research Trust. Read more »

James Smith’s Corner owner in liquidation

Article – BusinessDesk

July 29 (BusinessDesk) – Property developer David Blackmore’s Blackmore Trust Ltd., which owns and manages Wellington’s James Smith’s Corner, has been put into liquidation. Read more »

Positive outcome for homeowners and ratepayers

Press Release – Auckland Council

The Mayor has welcomed the announcement of details of the Weathertight Homes Financial Assistance package saying it is a positive outcome for owners of leaky homes and ratepayers. Read more »

High Court throws out DNZ’s bid to force Argosy meeting

Article – BusinessDesk

July 29 (BusinessDesk) – The High Court in Auckland has thrown out a bid by property investor DNZ Property Fund Ltd. to force a special meeting for Argosy Property Trust unitholders to vote on dumping the ANZ Bank-owned manager. Read more »

2011 World Press Photo Exhibition in Auckland

Press Release – Crackerjack Promotions

The World Press Photo Exhibition can be seen from 15 September to 9 October in the Australis Nathan Building, 36-42 Customs St East, Auckland City. This traveling exhibition, unique in its kind, is the result of a worldwide annual contest on press photography … Read more »

Gerard Otimi Sentenced

Press Release – Immigration NZ

Immigration New Zealand says that the sentencing of an Aucklander over an immigration scam sends a strong message to prospective scammers. Gerard Otimi was sentenced at the Manukau District Court today to 18 months in jail after being convicted of 38 … Read more »

New phone service a major step forward

Press Release – National Foundation for the Deaf

The new captioned phone service as announced by Minister Steven Joyce will bring the telephone back to thousands of New Zealanders whose hearing has forced them into isolation. Read more »

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