Monday, June 14, 2021

Kelly Nealon


UK police trial NZ-made hijab

A UK police force is trialling a NZ-designed police hijab as part of its uniform. NZ Police worked with...

Police officer assaulted

A 41-year-old man is facing a number of serious assault and drug charges after an incident yesterday during which he allegedly assaulted...

36 years of dedicated service

If it wasn’t for a visit to a recruiting office back in the day, Claire Bibby might have ended up writing an...

NZ public sector ranked least corrupt in world

The latest Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index has placed New Zealand number one, equal with Denmark, as the country considered to have...

Survey to help promote competition in telco markets

The Commerce Commission has launched an online survey to help telecommunications stakeholders have their say on the next phase of regulation for...

Police turn out for Pasifika Festival

Police were pleased to get in among the vibrant sights, sounds and tastes of the Wellington Pasifika Festival this year.

10 Waitomo jobs saved

A Waitomo-based Jobs for Nature project will keep up to 10 people employed in the village as the tourism sector recovers post-COVID-19,...

Diplomatic trio announced

Foreign Affairs Minister, Nanaia Mahuta today announced three diplomatic appointments: Alana Hudson as Ambassador to PolandJohn Riley as Consul-General...

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Government to make formal apology for Dawn Raids

The Government has announced it will make a formal apology for the wrongs committed during the Dawn Raids of the 1970’s.

Farewell to sports administrator and philanthropist Sir Eion Edgar

Sport and Recreation Minister, Grant Robertson, today expressed his sorrow at the passing of Sir Eion Edgar (pictured) – a leading sports...

Double take for Hamilton road safety campaign

A city-wide educational campaign encouraging Hamiltonians to do a double take when approaching intersections is set to launch this month.

NIWA figures show 1-in-200 year flood for Canterbury

Preliminary analysis by NIWA climate scientists has shown that the recent Canterbury rainfall was so extreme in some inland spots that it...

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...