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    Naval medic aims to be unbeatable
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    INVICTUS MEANS unconquered - it may also be a word which sums up Chief Petty Officer Amy Baynes who teaches at the medical training school in Burnham. The Rolleston resident is one of four Canterbury members of the New Zealand Defence Force team off to the Invictus Games, an event... 

    Waiheke Marketplace
    Island break for sick kids
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    REVIVING smiles on the faces of sick young children and their families is what charity volunteer Karyn Johnston loves to do. It was set up three years ago by residents Dan and Liz Harrop and friend Cam Bower after realising how many Waiheke baches were vacant for most of the year.... 

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    Our housing crisis
    the news desk
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 1

    The Wakatipu is in crisis - in dire need of more houses with hundreds of people on waiting lists and a growing number of young families trying to get on the property ladder. Housing affordability, low wages, high costs of living, lack of new developments on residential-zoned land,... 

    Independent Herald
    Plans of expansion for Victoria University
    the newsroom
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 2

    Plans are on the way to expand the Victoria University Campus' in Wellington. A new science building on the University's Kelburn campus is planned, as well as a redevelopment of Rutherford House in central Wellington. On the Kelburn campus, construction of a new building will add ... 

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    Judge rejects fluoride conflict claim
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 4

    A High Court judge has rejected a Paraparaumu resident's claims that a former councillor had a conflict of interest when voting to continue adding fluoride to the water supplies for the central part of the district. Mike Woods went to the court seeking a judicial review into his a... 

    Horowhenua Chronicle
    Apparel company gets behind Rescue Helicopter
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    Levin's outdoor apparel company Swazi have scored a coup. Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter crew has the latest state-of-the-art flying suits designed and manufactured by Swazi. The new kit is lightweight and durable, and allows for greater freedom of movement. It is water and wi... 

    The Star Midweek
    Naked man coughs up $1500
    the newsroom
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 2

    A CHRISTCHURCH man is $1500 lighter after he stood naked in front of three teenagers. Martin Burley, 36, was ordered to pay the amount after he was convicted of an indecent act and intention to insult. The charges related to an incident in September, when Burley stood naked in his... 

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    Plenty to play with in unit now
    the newsroom
    Today, July 23rd 2014 - Pg 3

    Delight from all at gifts. IT WAS a mid-winter Christmas for children and staff in the Rotorua Hospital Children's Unit last week. The Children's Unit has received a donation of $3000 worth of toys and equipment from the local branch of the Warehouse. Children's Unit Clinical Nurs... 

    Nelson Weekly
    Blessing for an already 'very good' hoki season
    Simon Bloomberg Reporter
    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 - Pg 3

    Nelson's fishing community paused for a few hours on Saturday to remember the lives of those who have been lost at sea but then it was all hands back on deck as the hoki season gets off to another "very good" start. A big crowd lined the Port Nelson waterfront for Saturday's annua... 

    Manukau Courier
    Bugs in his juice - Off to GP after larvae turn welder's tummy
    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 - Pg 1

    MUNI Gurunadan felt sick just seconds after taking a sip of his favourite drink. Moments later he was vomiting. Then he saw one possible reason. Floating in the onelitre bottle of Keri Pulpy Orange Juice were two grey bugs that looked like insect larvae, he says. The Clendon resid... 

    Selwyn Times
    Couple forces ECan to front up on consents
    Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 - Pg 1

    Environment Canterbury has admitted it decided not to enforce resource consent for sewerage valves on a Lincoln couple's property, in spite of knowing it was legally required. Nyki and Jason McQueen have been fighting to stop the district council installing the two above-ground se...
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    Nurse and patient reunite
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 2

    An 84-year-old retired nurse from Aranui has been reunited with a patient she treated 67 years ago in a south Taranaki children's hospital. In 1947, Dorothy Kitchingman was a high school student volunteering at Hawera Hospital during the school holidays when she met Bernard Hughes... 

    Western News
    Halswell roads crossing worry
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 3

    Halswell residents are afraid that someone could be injured or killed because pedestrian crossings have not been installed on busy roads in the area. They are concerned that children and older people could be hit while crossing Halswell Rd and other roads around the Halswell Shopp... 

    Southern View
    Teens caught in high-speed hill ride
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 1

    Cashmere thrill seekers are taking joy-riding to a new extreme. Teenagers have been caught riding children's tricycles at high speeds down Hackthorne Rd at night without brakes or lights. It follows a police crackdown on longboarders and skateboarders zooming down Major Aitken Dri... 

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    Cyber-bullying hurting teens
    By Sam Duff
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 2

    If you are an internet user then chances are you know your Facebook from your Twitter and a de-friend from a follow. But in these days of interconnectedness the problem of children being cyber-bullied needs addressing, according to a Houghton Bay resident. Victoria University mast... 

    NorWest News
    Nurse, patient reunite
    Monday, July 21st 2014 - Pg 6

    An 84-year-old retired nurse has been reunited with a patient she treated 67 years ago in a south Taranaki children's hospital. In 1947, Dorothy Kitchingman was a high school student volunteering at Hawera Hospital during the school holidays when she met Bernard Hughes, a six-year... 

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    Why politicians avoid
    Rt Hon Colin Craig Conservative party leader
    Saturday, July 19th 2014 - Pg 4

    I was listening to an interview just two days ago in which a party leader refused to identify his party's bottom line. He wasn't the first to dodge this question. Politicians can be as slippery as eels. Well, the Conservative Party is different. We are pleased to say what our bott... 

    The Star Weekend
    Killer driver will return to the Netherlands
    By Max Towle
    Friday, July 18th 2014 - Pg 2

    Dutch businessman Johannes Appelman, who lost his licence for 15 months yesterday after causing the horrific car crash which killed Sally Summerfield, Ella Summerfield and Abi ,one, will be able to get back behind the wheel when he returns to the Netherlands. THE DUTCH businessman...