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Woods needs to focus on petrol prices

Press Release – New Zealand National Party

Woods needs to focus on petrol prices

The new Government needs to follow through on the previous Government’s actions to ensure New Zealanders are paying a fair and reasonable price for petrol, National Party Energy and Resources Spokesman Jonathan Young says. Read more »

Prolonged warmth after dry November

Press Release – MetService

Prolonged warmth after dry November

Today is the last day of November, but looking back over the month what stands out is the very dry nature of November 2017 for many areas of New Zealand. This has been the second driest November in Auckland since 1962 and in Wellington since 1928. Read more »

Funds from petrol tax must ease congestion

Press Release – EMA

Funds from petrol tax must ease congestion

The EMA says for funds from Auckland Council’s petrol tax must only be used for transport projects, if it is to have any impact on Auckland’s deteriorating congestion. Read more »

Minimal Silence Release Video For ‘House of Flies’

Press Release – NikNak Media

SMokefreerockquest Winners, Minimal Silence, Release Video For ‘House of Flies’

Watch the video HERE Read more »

Charges laid following prison stabbing incidents

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Charges laid following prison stabbing incidents

Please attribute to a police spokesperson:

Police have charged five people following a stabbing incident between prisoners at Auckland Prison on November 12th. Read more »

Finzsoft extends Datacom relationship with $20m-plus deal

Press Release – Joint Press Release

Finzsoft extends Datacom relationship with $20m-plus deal

Thursday 30 November, 2017 – World-leading FinTech solutions provider, Finzsoft Solutions (NZX:FIN) has extended its relationship with technology and services firm Datacom to an alliance with the signing of a five-year, $20 million-plus deal. Read more »

Celebrating Cycling in Aotearoa

Press Release – MOTAT

Celebrating Cycling in Aotearoa

Two centuries have passed since the bicycle was first invented in Germany and the Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) is celebrating the significant anniversary with the opening of a new exhibition, Changing Gear, on Saturday 9 December. Read more »

David Parker asked to intervene as WTO cancels NGO registrat

Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey

30 November 2017

For immediate release

David Parker asked to intervene as WTO cancels NGO registrations in bizarre lead-up to ministerial Read more »

Top honour for Central Beko coach

Press Release – Netball Central

November 30, 2017
Top honour for Central Beko coach

Moving to Netball Central to follow her dream, Natalie Milicich couldn’t have asked for a better outcome after being named Performance Coach of the Year in the 2017 Netball New Zealand (NNZ) Coaching Awards. Read more »

Working to provide customer-centred services online

Press Release – Office of the Auditor-General

Working to provide customer-centred services online

The Auditor-General’s report Read more »

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