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2014/09/02 01:54
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Police have found several "items of interest" inside a burnt-out Far North house where an armed man died following a prolonged police stand-off. Alarm was raised on Sunday afternoon after reports of...
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2014/09/02 01:28
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Scene examination of Northland fatal fire continuesTuesday, 2 September 2014, 12:30 pmPress Release: New Zealand Police Scene examination of Northland fatal fire continuesPolice are carrying out a...
2014/09/02 01:28
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Aussies take a journey through the North IslandTuesday, 2 September 2014, 12:57 pmPress Release: Tourism New Zealand Aussies take a journey through the North IslandAustralian travellers are being...
2014/09/01 23:43
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Fifty years ago tomorrow, President Lyndon Johnson signed the landmark 1964 Wilderness Act into law. With that, our country embarked on a course to preserve by federal law some of our last remaining...
2014/09/01 23:28
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NZRL National Secondary Schools TournamentTuesday, 2 September 2014, 10:43 amPress Release: New Zealand Rugby League NZRL National Secondary Schools Tournament - More about journey than...
2014/09/01 23:16
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Barry Lloyd rang police three times before a Kamo dairy was robbed to alert them to a carload of suspicious people parked outside the shop. Photo / Michael Cunningham A Kamo man reported suspicious...
2014/09/01 22:56
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Updated: 09/01/2014 5:45 PM Created: 09/01/2014 4:26 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling lstribling@wdio.com Labor Day marks the end of summer for students across the Northland, and that means...
2014/09/01 21:16
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More rain forecast in north and east Wet weather in Whangarei over the weekend flooded a section of Matai Street in Otangarei with some drivers driving on to the grass verge to avoid rocks on the...
2014/09/01 18:23
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Oamaru's Ryan Craig is again setting out with his cross to walk the length of New Zealand. Photo by David Bruce. Each of three times since 2008 he has completed a walk the length of New Zealand...
2014/09/01 18:23
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The plan was simple: head north until we run out of road. Looking for a cheap autumn break, we'd booked a two-berth Mighty Deuce camper van, with cooker, fridge and integral shower and toilet. Nine...
2014/09/01 13:56
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Updated: 09/01/2014 8:47 AM Created: 09/01/2014 8:10 AM WDIO.com WDIO has partnered with Boys and Girls Clubs of the Northland for their annual "Day for Kids," coming up Saturday, Sept. 6. "Day for...
2014/09/01 11:37
2014/09/01 11:37
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Officials say 24th Street Southwest between Mayfield and Northland Avenues could be closed for several days. The street connects several West End communities with Jefferson Avenue. A 31-year-old man...
2014/09/01 09:28
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New Zealand First Leader Whangarei Regional Forum Monday 1 September, 6pmForum North, WhangareiA Political Party That's on Northland's SideIn relation to regional policy and regional development we...
2014/09/01 08:17
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After a tumultuous weekend for the National Party the focus today will be keeping the election campaign on the rails. However, the unpredictable political landscape of the past few weeks isn't likely...
2014/09/01 04:16
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The Whangarei Lions Club's Annual Race Day has raised over $20,000 for the SPCA. Pictured are Asi Cohen (Smile Dental), Kirsty MacDonald (SPCA veterinarian) and Angus Campbell (Northland Veterinary...
2014/09/01 03:16
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Embroidery is just one of many types of needle-craft. A quilting /needlework group in Dargaville is inviting new members to join. The social group welcomes new members who enjoy good company, coffee...
2014/09/01 02:16
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Joe Carr, Chairman of the council's environmental management committee. Photo / John Stone Don't let rubbish or vegetation burn-ups get up your neighbours' noses this spring, says the Northern...
2014/09/01 02:08
2014/09/01 02:08
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THE cattle disease Theileria has raised its head in the Gisborne district again and a vet here says it is only the tip of the iceberg. East Coast Farm Vets’ Andrew Cribb confirmed two cases of the...
2014/09/01 01:16
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Judy and Warrick Hyland with the team turning an old Kerikeri Rd packhouse into a new market for growers and artisans. PHOTO / PETER DE GRAAF A new weekend market selling fresh food, produce, arts...
2014/08/31 23:54
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Canterbury have shot to the top of the men's and women's standings after two rounds of the national domestic hockey league. The Canterbury women's team put in the most emphatic performance on Sunday,...
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