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UK/EU free trade talks this week

Trade and Export Growth Minister, Damien O’Connor, has announced details of his UK and EU visit this week, where he will hold...

‘Clean Car Discount’ to rev up EV sales

The Government is hoping to boost electric vehicle numbers with the introduction of a 'Clean Car Discount' for buyers.

K-Road upgrade gets Transport Minister OK

Transport Minister Michael Wood has praised upgrades to Karangahape Road as works are officially completed on the iconic Auckland street.

Police constable named in Black Sticks line-up

Police Constable Ella Gunson has today been named in the Black Stick’s Olympic team to compete in Tokyo. Constable...

Final bell for Pukemiro school

Pukemiro Primary School near Huntly will close following years of declining roll numbers, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.

Mighty Domenica digs deep for Auckland water project

A micro–Tunnel Boring Machine (mTBM) called ‘Domenica’ has started digging and laying the first pipe for Watercare’s Central Interceptor wastewater tunnel project...

NZers to be better protected from harmful content

New Zealanders will be better protected from harmful or illegal content as a result of work to design a modern, flexible and...

Predator Free 2050 on track

Aotearoa New Zealand has taken significant steps towards Predator Free 2050 in the five years since the launch of this ambitious goal,...

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Double take for Hamilton road safety campaign

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DOC says be quick for Great Walks

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is advising the public to be prepared to secure their place on a Great Walk when bookings...
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