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Friday, 1 February 2013
TRAFFIC 3:13PM
Northland Police investigating pedestrian being struck by two vehicles overnight KAIKOHE — Northland Police investigating the circumstances around how a pedestrian came to be struck first by a member of the public's vehicle and then by a following patrol car say it appears neither driver was at fault. By New Zealand Police
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Tuesday, 2 October 2012
TRAFFIC 2:38PM
Far North To Host Motor Rally – Road Closure Information KAIKOHE — Seventeen back roads in the Far North will be closed to ordinary vehicle traffic for periods during the Rally of the North 2012 on Saturday October 13. By Far North District Council
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SPORT 2:35PM
New Blood Needed To Get Sports Hub Pumping KAIKOHE — Dynamic leaders are needed to govern a board which aims to develop Kaikohe’s Lindvart Park into a vibrant sports hub. By Far North District Council
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Friday, 17 August 2012
COUNCIL 3:30PM
Finalised Plan On Council Website KAIKOHE — The final version of the Far North District Council's forward planning instrument, the Long Term Plan 2012-22, has now been posted for public scrutiny on the council’s website.
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Thursday, 2 August 2012
WASTE 5:01PM
Gum Onslaught Frustrates Kaikohe Clean-Up KAIKOHE — Sweet-toothed bubble and chewing gum users discarding their waste gum on the footpaths in Kaikohe’s town centre have created an expensive and complex clean-up headache for the Far North District Council.
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Tuesday, 29 May 2012
COMMUNITY 12:45AM
Model Citizens Honoured At Awards KAIKOHE — Eleven people have received Far North District Council Citizen Awards this year for services to their communities.
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Friday, 27 April 2012
ENVIRONMENT 8:37PM
Mining: Where will the water come from? KAIKOHE — Mining uses a lot of water.
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ENVIRONMENT 8:36PM
Mining: Is it worth it? KAIKOHE — Northland has an estimated 1.5 million ounces of gold hidden away in its hills and valleys, according to "Explore Northland Minerals", the booklet produced to promote mining in our region.
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ENVIRONMENT 8:34PM
Mining: Is there an alternative? KAIKOHE — Computers and other electronic equipment contain precious metals.
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ENVIRONMENT 8:33PM
Mining salaries: Mayor's figures overstated? KAIKOHE — Last week, the Rawene Newsletter commented on a media release by Far North Mayor Wayne Brown, under the heading “Mining: Open minds need information”.
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ENVIRONMENT 8:32PM
The downside of mining KAIKOHE — The information on mining being promoted by Far North Mayor Wayne Brown is (so far) silent on the potential downsides of mining.
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Tuesday, 24 January 2012
CRIME 3:02PM
Kaikohe - Attempted Aggravated Robbery KAIKOHE — At about 5.45 a.m.
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Thursday, 19 January 2012
CRIME 1:02PM
Aggravated Robbery KAIKOHE — At about 9.00 p.m.
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Wednesday, 30 November 2011
CYCLING 10:57PM
Pedal Pushers Line Up for Kaikohe Christmas Parade KAIKOHE — When is a Christmas Parade float not a Christmas Parade float? When it’s a ‘cycling float’.
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Thursday, 3 November 2011
CYCLING 12:53PM
Biodiversity vision for Twin Coast Cycle Trail KAIKOHE — Imagine cycling along a sun-dappled country path lined with lush native bush.
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Saturday, 10 September 2011
RUGBY 2:33PM
Smiling Canada win over rural youngsters KAIKOHE — Canada recorded a narrow victory over a strong New Zealand side on the opening day of Rugby World Cup 2011.
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Tuesday, 2 August 2011
NEWS 3:49PM
Cycle trail a highlight of Prime Minister's visit to Kaikohe KAIKOHE — Prime Minister John Key will meet people involved with the Pou Herenga Tai Twin Coast Cycle Trail during a visit to Kaikohe this month.
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Tuesday, 19 July 2011
AGRICULTURE 3:16PM
First steps toward GMO controls in the Far North KAIKOHE — The Far North District Council will go as far as a ‘robust’ analysis of the risks, benefits and costs of creating local management controls for genetically modified plants and organisms in the Far North.
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Thursday, 16 June 2011
POLICE 1:18PM
Police called to domestic incident in Kaikohe KAIKOHE — Police are speaking with a 29-year-old Kaikohe man after being called to a domestic incident in the town today, where it is alleged that a firearm was involved.
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Friday, 10 June 2011
SPORT 10:17AM
SPARC financial support for Lindvart Park initiative KAIKOHE — The Lindvart Park Sport and Recreation Hub at Kaikohe has received a $340,000 SPARC grant over three years to assist with the development of the park as a multi-sport venue.
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Thursday, 9 June 2011
COMMUNITY 11:12AM
Expo seeks to get Kaikohe back on the front foot KAIKOHE — A new initiative to regenerate Kaikohe and rekindle a sense of pride and achievement will be launched with a community "Expo" scheduled for 22 June 2011.
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Monday, 30 May 2011
DIPLOMACY 2:07PM
Far North Sister City on a roll KAIKOHE — New Zealand may be in the grips of an economic crunch but it is a contrasting scene in south-east China.
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