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AUCKLAND CITY — HODGE, Peter Graham. Suddenly on the 25th July 2017, aged 37.
Tim Robertson (New Zealand) has won the Junior World Orienteering Sprint Championships in Samokov, Bulgaria today.
ROTORUA — The New Zealand Orienteering Federation has selected the following athletes to represent New Zealand at the Junior World Orienteering Championshiops in Borovets, Bulgaria 21– 28 July 2014.
New Zealand orienteer Tim Robertson (Hutt Valley) took third place in the Junior World Orienteering Champs Sprint in Czech Republic.
New Zealand orienteer Matthew Ogden has won the Middle Distance Junior World Orienteering Championships in Slovakia.
Trillions of dollars of United States taxpayer money is currently sitting in unpublicized government investment funds and people are organizing to get it back.
Flight data recorder expert Dennis Cimino, commercial pilot with more than 2000 hours, reveals government's claims about a flight data recorder found at the Pentagon from Flight 77 are totally fraudulent, with zeros instead of the plane's identification number and flight number.
John Rappoport explains how the Swine Flu was a propaganda operation aimed at scaring populations and driving them to get vaccines: I want to straighten out the thinking of many people who look at germs as the primary vehicle for reducing the global population.
WANAKA — Challenge Wanaka athlete Jamie Whyte (NZ) is in good shape to defend his title on Saturday against one of the best professional fields ever seen for a Challenge race in the world.
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People in Auckland, New Plymouth, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill joined about 1,000 other cities in a global non violent protest today.
WANAKA — New Zealand's Andrew Pohl comfortably won the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games 2011 Winter Triathlon today at the Snow Farm near Wanaka.
PALMERSTON NORTH — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW3OkW3N--M Brand new single from PNC feat.
QUEENSTOWN — A controversial end to the race saw Jeremy Yates win stage six of the Tour of Southland yesterday, despite being knocked down by a motorcycle on the second to last corner of the race that finished at the top of the Crown Terraces near Queenstown.
New Zealand is not heading for a double-dip recession, but the outlook is less optimistic than in June according to NZIER's survey of forecasts.
Asking price expectations of new listings fell significantly in July to a truncated mean of just $400,481 according to the NZ Property Report published by Realestate.co.nz today.
Yesterday NZPA reported David Fane had resigned over racist remarks he made at a comedy roast on Wednesday night.
The application to routinely ship Uranium Ore Concentrate (UOC) from Australia, through the Ports of Nelson, Napier, Tauranga and Auckland en route to France has been approved by the Environmental Risk Management Authority.
WANAKA — Wanaka short film made as part of V48HOURS 2010.
DUNEDIN — Simon Young from iJump interviews Dunedin based startup PocketSmith, discussing blogging, Twitter, and the constant evolution and challenge of the business.
CARDRONA — Matt Scott and Lara Prince continued their dominance in Ski Orienteering winning the Snogaine at Snow Farm, Cardrona yesterday.
NEW PLYMOUTH — A New Zealand triathlete was killed when a car smashed into his bicycle in Bahrain yesterday.
AUCKLAND CITY — Â Dakta Green, the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party canidate for the upcoming Mt Albert by-election, has been arrested for breach of bail.
New Zealand Health Minister Tony Ryall confirmed at today's press conference there are 13 confirmed cases, 104 suspected cases and many more in isolation.
Tim Norton, Made From New Zealand, chats with Craig Manning from Google at the New Zealand World Class Awards 09.
MANUKAU CITY — Tagata Pasifika interviews Smashproof about their hit song Brother, the meaning of the video and their future plans.
Tim Norton, Made From New Zealand, chats with Kerry Spackman from SPARC at the New Zealand World Class Awards 09.
DUNEDIN — PocketSmith, a Dunedin based startup offering a financial planning application, will launch its public beta version next month.
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