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The New Zealand Herald
Full house for first aidof the Pacific Islands Charitable Trust, treats Phillip Tana, from NZ Rugby Lea
Full house for first aid
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
of the Pacific Islands Charitable Trust, treats Phillip Tana, from NZ Rugby League, for a "ski pole puncture". Photo / Michael Cunningham Skiing accidents, tree-trimming mishaps and hypothermia were all part of the imaginary carnage at a first... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Vandals do thousands of dollars worth of damage to sports parkThe burnt-out wreck of a car on Fishbone Park. Photo / Michael Cunningham "Stu
Vandals do thousands of dollars worth of damage to sports park
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The burnt-out wreck of a car on Fishbone Park. Photo / Michael Cunningham "Stupid idiots" smashed through a fence, knocked bollards out of the ground and left skid marks across a Whangarei sporting field before igniting and destroying a stolen... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Vandals do thousands of dollars worth of damage to sports parkThe burnt-out wreck of a car on Fishbone Park. Photo / Michael Cunningham "Stu
Vandals do thousands of dollars worth of damage to sports park
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The burnt-out wreck of a car on Fishbone Park. Photo / Michael Cunningham "Stupid idiots" smashed through a fence, knocked bollards out of the ground and left skid marks across a Whangarei sporting field before igniting and destroying a stolen... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bride 'walked the plank' down the aisleago, says Mikaela Collins Trevor Reed and wife Val will be celebrating their d
Bride 'walked the plank' down the aisle
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
ago, says Mikaela Collins Trevor Reed and wife Val will be celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary next month. PHOTO/MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM As Trevor Reed waited inside the Kaeo Methodist Church for his soon-to-be-wife Val to walk down the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kamo carry Rippa flag for NorthlandMadisyn Heperi, 10, with a strong carry. Photo / Michael Cunningham Kamo Prima
Kamo carry Rippa flag for Northland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Madisyn Heperi, 10, with a strong carry. Photo / Michael Cunningham Kamo Primary School will be flying the flag for Northland at this year's National Rippa Rugby Championship. Two-hundred Rippa Rugby stars, representing 20 schools from around New... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
1600 jobs at risk if overharvesting of Northland pine forest continuesof Northland trees for the overseas markets would force the closure of timber p
1600 jobs at risk if overharvesting of Northland pine forest continues
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
of Northland trees for the overseas markets would force the closure of timber processing businesses in the region. Photo / Michael Cunningham Overharvesting of Northland pine forests to satisfy a global demand for timber could force the closure of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Police confirm 5 sudden deaths in KaitaiaKaitaia police said they would pass their findings on to the coroner. Photo / M
Police confirm 5 sudden deaths in Kaitaia
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Kaitaia police said they would pass their findings on to the coroner. Photo / Michael Cunningham Police have confirmed that five young males aged between 17 and 25 have died suddenly in Kaitaia in the past 12 weeks. A spokeswoman said all were... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Maori Mondays strike a chordfrom MPs and has had conversations in Maori with a woman in Picton all because
Maori Mondays strike a chord
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
from MPs and has had conversations in Maori with a woman in Picton all because of his te reo Maori Monday effort. Photo / Michael Cunningham When Manuel Springford decided to speak te reo Maori on Mondays he did not expect he would end up being... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Maori Mondays strike a chordfrom MPs and has had conversations in Maori with a woman in Picton all because
Maori Mondays strike a chord
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
from MPs and has had conversations in Maori with a woman in Picton all because of his te reo Maori Monday effort. Photo / Michael Cunningham When Manuel Springford decided to speak te reo Maori on Mondays he did not expect he would end up being... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Police seek witnesses to Friday's fatal crasheswant to speak to anybody who may have witnessed thisfatal crash at the intersec
Police seek witnesses to Friday's fatal crashes
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
want to speak to anybody who may have witnessed thisfatal crash at the intersection of SH1 and Maunu Rd on Friday. Photo / Michael Cunningham Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash at a busy Whangarei intersection to contact... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Football tourney focuses on migrantsMohammed Atiq, organiser of the multi-ethnic football tournament to be held in
Football tourney focuses on migrants
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Mohammed Atiq, organiser of the multi-ethnic football tournament to be held in Whangarei in October. Photo / Michael Cunningham An upcoming football tournament in Whangarei will form a platform for the migrant community to learn about the work... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Final Maranga Mai report recommends major changes to Ngapuhi settlement plannew report which recommends major changes to how Treaty claims will be settled
Final Maranga Mai report recommends major changes to Ngapuhi settlement plan
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
new report which recommends major changes to how Treaty claims will be settled is a pathway forward for Ngapuhi. Photo / Michael Cunningham Two factions of Ngapuhi which were once at loggerheads put their differences aside and have released a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stab-proof vest for Gus the police dogLooking good in a new stab-proof vest is police dog Gus followed by handler Sen
Stab-proof vest for Gus the police dog
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Looking good in a new stab-proof vest is police dog Gus followed by handler Senior Constable Pete Kinane. Photo / Michael Cunningham Police dog Gus is the sharp end of crime fighting in Northland. But it was the sharp end of a knife wielded by a... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Ponte Vedra 15-old named to national surfing teama goal I set so long ago,” she said. “The past three years of training and work
Ponte Vedra 15-old named to national surfing team
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 12 days ago
a goal I set so long ago,” she said. “The past three years of training and working hard actually paid off.” Her father, Michael Cunningham, agrees: “In many ways, surfing is a great sport, but it is mentally and physically challenging. Braidyn... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Learn all things Hawaiian at new social clubWhangarei hula dancer and tutor Taramati Chanel is the brains behind the format
Learn all things Hawaiian at new social club
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Whangarei hula dancer and tutor Taramati Chanel is the brains behind the formation of the Hawaiian Social Club. Photo / Michael Cunningham The newly formed Hawaiian Social Club is extending an aloha to all Northlanders interested in learning just... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Alcohol interlocks mandatory for repeat drink-drivers offendersNow that interlocks are mandatory, they could be applied to between 4000 and 50
Alcohol interlocks mandatory for repeat drink-drivers offenders
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Now that interlocks are mandatory, they could be applied to between 4000 and 5000 people a year. Photo / Michael Cunningham Alcohol-activated locks which prevent drink-drivers from starting their car will soon be mandatory for repeat... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Northland in line for warmest winterAnother sunny, winter's day beats down on the Canopy Bridge at Whangarei's Town
Northland in line for warmest winter
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Another sunny, winter's day beats down on the Canopy Bridge at Whangarei's Town Basin. Photo / Michael Cunningham Northland is heading for its warmest winter, and year, on record after July produced some record high temperatures in parts of the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
12-strong police team to tackle 'crisis' backlogcrimes committed in the area this year, including four homicides and the countr
12-strong police team to tackle 'crisis' backlog
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
crimes committed in the area this year, including four homicides and the country's largest methamphetamine find. Photo / Michael Cunningham Kaitaia-based Detective Sergeant Trevor Beatson, who has 11 years' policing experience, said police... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Police: Stupid decisions cost livesnumber of our road users need to stop making stupid decisions. None of us are i
Police: Stupid decisions cost lives
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
number of our road users need to stop making stupid decisions. None of us are invincible." - Inspector Wayne Ewers. Photo / Michael Cunningham As Northland's road toll starts to spiral the region's chief traffic officer has appealed to a small... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Police seek help to deal with job stressNorthland's thin blue line is getting more strained, new figures reveal. Photo
Police seek help to deal with job stress
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Northland's thin blue line is getting more strained, new figures reveal. Photo / Michael Cunningham Counselling has been sought by Northland police officers more than 130 times in the past five years for stress and trauma. Documents supplied to the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
PSNI must improve handling of child sexual exploitation and domestic abuse casesreport also flagged a heavy reliance on overtime resources and noted high level
PSNI must improve handling of child sexual exploitation and domestic abuse cases
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
report also flagged a heavy reliance on overtime resources and noted high levels of long-term sickness. HMIC's Michael Cunningham said: "We were pleased to find that the service is demonstrating a good understanding of current demand... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
PSNI must improve handling of child sexual exploitation and domestic abuse casesreport also flagged a heavy reliance on overtime resources and noted high level
PSNI must improve handling of child sexual exploitation and domestic abuse cases
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
report also flagged a heavy reliance on overtime resources and noted high levels of long-term sickness. HMIC's Michael Cunningham said: "We were pleased to find that the service is demonstrating a good understanding of current demand... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Trust boss denies link with P houseThis Newton Rd house was cleaned up after testing positive for methamphetamine
Trust boss denies link with P house
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
This Newton Rd house was cleaned up after testing positive for methamphetamine contamination. Photo / Michael Cunningham The boss of a Maori trust that provided residential care for intellectually disabled people at a Whangarei property says it had... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Family escape steep plunge10.15am. David Pou collects belongings from his ruined Hilux. Photo / Michael C
Family escape steep plunge
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
10.15am. David Pou collects belongings from his ruined Hilux. Photo / Michael Cunningham A Northland family escaped with "bumps and bruises" after their car plunged down a bank to avoid a logging truck coming around a bend on the wrong side of the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Te reo-only day keeps language aliveEvery Monday Northland man Manuel Springford exclusively speaks te reo Maori -
Te reo-only day keeps language alive
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Every Monday Northland man Manuel Springford exclusively speaks te reo Maori - no matter where he is. Photo / Michael Cunningham When Northland man Manuel Springford goes into the bakery on Mondays for a meat pie you're likely to hear him say... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Particle courts enterprise IoT developers with cloud platformKickstarter or Indiegogo. “We made more progress on our first day with Particl
Particle courts enterprise IoT developers with cloud platform
SiliconANGLE / Posted 22 days ago
Kickstarter or Indiegogo. “We made more progress on our first day with Particle than we had in months without them,” said Michael Cunningham, CIO of Keurig, in a press release. The coffee company’s IoT project collects data from thousands of... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Reading fiction may make you smarter, more empatheticwill help the angry person "take the longer view.” High blood pressure: A vari
Reading fiction may make you smarter, more empathetic
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 22 days ago
will help the angry person "take the longer view.” High blood pressure: A variety of calming reads, including The Hours by Michael Cunningham, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers and Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner. Vanity: Gone... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Seatbelts and cellphones in officers' sightsWayne Ewers will be out on the roads this week with his road policing team chec
Seatbelts and cellphones in officers' sights
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Wayne Ewers will be out on the roads this week with his road policing team checking seatbelts are being worn. Photo / Michael Cunningham If you are in the habit of talking on the phone while driving and not putting your seatbelt on, it could... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Australian detention centres part of push to 'purify' country - LabourLabour Party MP Kelvin Davis has hit out at the number of Kiwis held in Austral
Australian detention centres part of push to 'purify' country - Labour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Labour Party MP Kelvin Davis has hit out at the number of Kiwis held in Australian detention centres. Photo / Michael Cunningham The detention of Kiwis living in Australia could be part of a push to "purify" the country, Labour's Corrections... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Australian detention centres part of push to 'purify' country - LabourLabour Party MP Kelvin Davis has hit out at the number of Kiwis held in Austral
Australian detention centres part of push to 'purify' country - Labour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Labour Party MP Kelvin Davis has hit out at the number of Kiwis held in Australian detention centres. Photo / Michael Cunningham The detention of Kiwis living in Australia could be part of a push to "purify" the country, Labour's Corrections... Read more
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USA Today
Good news, beach readers: Fiction may make you smarter, more empatheticwill help the angry person "take the longer view.” High blood pressure: A vari
Good news, beach readers: Fiction may make you smarter, more empathetic
USA Today / Posted 24 days ago
will help the angry person "take the longer view.” High blood pressure: A variety of calming reads, including The Hours by Michael Cunningham, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers and Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner. Vanity:Gone... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Tennis legend Pete Sampras puts his Brentwood home in play for $8.9 millionwith a built-in barbecue, mounted flat-screen TV and fireplace sits off the mai
Tennis legend Pete Sampras puts his Brentwood home in play for $8.9 million
Los Angeles Times / Posted 24 days ago
with a built-in barbecue, mounted flat-screen TV and fireplace sits off the main house. There’s also a three-car garage. Michael Cunningham of Pinnacle Estate Properties holds the listing. Rock, 45, gained fame for his 1998 album "Devil Without... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Bridge corridor: $40M suite of programs to provide short-term traffic reliefcongested corridors in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously ham
Bay Bridge corridor: $40M suite of programs to provide short-term traffic relief
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
congested corridors in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously hamper prospects for sustained growth, said Michael Cunningham, the Bay Area Council's senior vice president of public policy. Company executives are keenly aware of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Bridge corridor: $40M suite of programs to provide short-term traffic reliefcongested corridors in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously ham
Bay Bridge corridor: $40M suite of programs to provide short-term traffic relief
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
congested corridors in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously hamper prospects for sustained growth, said Michael Cunningham, the Bay Area Council's senior vice president of public policy. Company executives are keenly aware of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Work begins to solve Bay Area's greatest transportation challengemost congested corridor in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously
Work begins to solve Bay Area's greatest transportation challenge
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
most congested corridor in the Bay Area and, if left unchecked, could seriously hamper prospects for sustained growth, said Michael Cunningham, the Bay Area Council's senior vice president of public policy. Company executives are keenly aware of... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Falcons G.M. says Devin Hester passed physical, release was “football decision”return man in NFL history Tuesday, but it wasn’t because he was having a hard t
Falcons G.M. says Devin Hester passed physical, release was “football decision”
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 29 days ago
return man in NFL history Tuesday, but it wasn’t because he was having a hard time staying on the field. According to Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff said health issues weren’t... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bashed but not beatenSTILL SMILING: Glenn Houlahan hasn't let an attack on him cloud his positive ou
Bashed but not beaten
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
STILL SMILING: Glenn Houlahan hasn't let an attack on him cloud his positive outlook. PHOTO/MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM Glenn Houlahan has been walking to work for the past 14 years on Whangarei's streets. The 70-year-old reckons it's good fitness and helps... Read more

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