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Thursday, 26 July 2007
News 10:08AM
World Breastfeeding Week celebrations – World Leading Breastfeeding!

An international sucking marathon kicks off in New Zealand on Wednesday August 8th as our breastfeeding children lead the world in an attempt to break an international record.

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Corrections 10:05AM
Sensible Sentencing Trust’s Model Prison features in Torture Documentary

Joe Arpaio’s Tent City prison in Arizona was a main feature of Wednesday nights TV One documentary “Torture: America’s Brutal Prisons”.

528 views

Wednesday, 25 July 2007
Corrections 5:09PM
Prison Fellowship of New Zealand: ‘Community Sentencing Options Need Further Work

The Community Sentencing Options announced by government lack imagination, and an understanding of the relationship that needs to exist between offenders and the community in order to reduce offending.

511 views

Legal 5:07PM
Law Commission given sharper teeth by Government

WELLINGTON CITY — The Law Commission is delighted with the announcement by the Prime Minister of significant steps to improve Government processes when considering Law Commission reports and sees this as a most welcome 21st birthday present.

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Fire 5:04PM
Victoria Fire Injury Investigation Report Released Inbox

On 16 December 2006, 11 experienced New Zealand rural firefighters, deployed in Australia at the request of Victorian authorities during one of their worst bushfire seasons in history, were caught in a wildfire burn-over incident near the town of Mansfield in Victoria.

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Water 5:02PM
‘Check, clean, dry’ still best way to control didymo

WELLINGTON CITY — The latest findings from MAF Biosecurity New Zealand’s Didymosphenia geminata (didymo) science programme were presented to the Didymo Technical Advisory Group and Long-Term Management partners at a seminar held in Wellington today.

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Tuesday, 24 July 2007
Conservation 12:26PM
Community Groups Benefit from Save the Kiwi Funding

Bank of New Zealand Save the Kiwi Trust (the Trust) today announced its funding allocation for the coming year.

478 views

Forestry 12:25PM
$6,000 per month election-year spending limit worse than expected

The Government’s election spending proposals, announced by Justice Minister Mark Burton late yesterday, are worse than expected and will see interest groups restricted to spending less than $6,000 a month to promote their views in election year, the Kyoto Forestry Association (KFA) said today.

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Monday, 23 July 2007
Energy 5:04PM
Pike River mine powering up

GREYMOUTH — Pike River Coal Limited (PRC) last week achieved another milestone in development of its premium hard coking coal mine near Greymouth.

865 views

Media 11:49AM
Kiwi success story: New Zealand Classic Car magazine celebrates its 200th issue

In late 1990 Greg Vincent, armed with a small local business grant, poured his heart and soul into founding a home-grown magazine catering to the needs of Kiwi classic car enthusiasts.

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Technology 9:13AM
NZ Keyboard For The Disabled Wins Global Design Award

A unique computer keyboard for the disabled has won its New Zealand designers a coveted gold award at the 2007 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).

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Saturday, 21 July 2007
News 3:00PM
Eliminating the visual reliance

Annually, the Association of Blind Citizens of New Zealand (Association) conducts its Wellington Seminar.

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Finance 2:58PM
Pike River completes this year's largest IPO

Pike River Coal Limited shares will debut on the New Zealand sharemarket (NZSX) today, after successfully completing the largest public equity raising in New Zealand so far this year.

451 views

Friday, 20 July 2007
Health 9:29AM
Report of the Confidential Forum for Former In-Patients of Psychiatric Hospitals

I would like to acknowledge the Panel members Anand Satyanand, Patrick Mahony, Jan Dowland, Anne Helm, and Katharine Greig for their work over the last 2-3 years.

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Forestry 9:25AM
Te Arawa settlement underlines shambles in forestry policy

The extra $85 million cost to the taxpayer of the Te Arawa settlement, to protect the value of the iwi’s forestry assets against idiotic Government policies such as the proposed $13,000 per hectare retrospective deforestation tax, underlines the shambles in climate change and forestry policy, the Kyoto Forestry Association (KFA) said today.

491 views

Aviation 9:23AM
Airways New Zealand contributing to cleaner skies

Airways New Zealand, New Zealand’s air navigation services provider, is providing a of range service efficiencies, improved procedures, and world-leading initiatives to assist airlines in their quest to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as they fly into and over New Zealand’s 37 million square kilometres of airspace.

466 views

Music 9:23AM
APRA Silver Scroll Awards 2007

APRA announces the Top 20 Songs of the year.

651 views

Employment 9:19AM
Don’t bother – the deal’s done.

Almost half of all employers counter offer resigning staff but the majority of these attempts are unsuccessful, according to a survey by specialist recruiter Hays.

411 views

Aviation 9:18AM
Industry Backs launch of Aviation New Zealand

AUCKLAND — New Zealand’s aviation industry today entered a new era with the official launch of the industry’s strategy to grow exports from around $800 million today to $3bn by 2020.

491 views

Sport 9:16AM
Academy of Sport expands Waikato operations

WAIKATO — The NZ Academy of Sport North Island (NZASNI) has opened a new multi-purpose Waikato base to further advance high performance sport in the region.

522 views

News 9:15AM
MAF Biosecurity New Zealand acts on GM aquarium fish in New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH — MAF Biosecurity New Zealand (MAFBNZ) yesterday entered four Christchurch premises in response to information that people at those addresses were breeding and/or selling genetically modified aquarium fish.

655 views

Thursday, 19 July 2007
Religion 9:34AM
Address at Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University

WELLINGTON — Address at the Indonesian signing of an agreement with Wellington's Victoria University.

698 views

Wednesday, 18 July 2007
Aviation 8:49PM
NZ AirTraffic Controller formalises UFO sighting report process

A formal reporting system and specific guidelines have been developed for people who observe unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in New Zealand.

1277 views

Finance 8:44PM
Pike River Coal IPO Closes Oversubscribed - Shares Allotted

Pike River Coal Limited (Pike River) advises that its initial public offer (IPO) closed on 10 July 2007 heavily oversubscribed.

515 views

Court 8:42PM
Farmer used hedge loppers to remove bull horns

MURUPARA — A livestock dealer pleaded guilty to six charges under section 29(a) of the Animal Welfare Act 1999 in the Morrinsville District Court yesterday for the ill treatment of bulls in his care.

912 views

Tuesday, 17 July 2007
Food 11:33AM
Effective immediately

Nutricia’s response to the New Zealand Food Standards Authority (NZFSA) raises serious unanswered questions.

367 views

Health 11:31AM
Put natural health bill out of its misery – consumer group

consumer watchdog group is calling on the Government to kill the natural health products bill once and for all so a sensible regulatory system can be developed.

347 views

Monday, 16 July 2007
Politics 6:09PM
KFA to consider defying election-year advertising ban

The Kyoto Forestry Association (KFA) is considering defying the Government’s proposed ban on election-year advertising by lobby groups, set to be announced by Justice Minister Mark Burton this week.

408 views

Finance 5:58PM
National qualification helps venues to manage problem gamblers

A new voluntary national qualification is equipping hospitality staff to effectively manage problem gambling in pubs and clubs.

392 views

Transport 4:00PM
Agility acquisition connects New Zealand to global network

AUCKLAND — Agility recently completed its acquisition of leading New Zealand freight forwarder LEP International (NZ) Ltd, further strengthening its growing global network and today rolled out its new brand in Auckland.

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