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McConnell Dowell managing director Roger McRae says his firm has played a role in three of New Zealand's largest infrastructure projects: the $500 million Te Mihi geothermal power plant for Contact Energy; the $1.4 billion Waterview Connection project and the Christchurch horizontal infrastructure rebuild.
We've worked with our Community Boards on appropriate parking controls around the Coromandel, and now have a revised draft bylaw for our communities to check over and let us know their feedback.
A 12-year-old "batman" has confirmed Cambridge has its own urban population of rare bats - a question experts have long been in the dark over.
The latest Stuff.co.nz/Ipsos poll suggests three-quarters of voters say it should be made harder for foreign investors to buy large tracts of farmland, while just under a quarter say it should not.
As politicians trade claims over overseas interests buying more New Zealand farmland, Geoff Cumming goes in search of hard numbers It is undoubtedly higher than the 2 per cent of rural land figure Prime Minister John Key drew on when attempting last week to defuse the row over the Chinese bid for Lochinver Station near Taupo.
Kjb, a writer for Jaunted, encountered this unique restaurant while traveling in New Zealand.
Democracy is a very fine thing, yet is worth dying for, and it is humbling to think of all those who have.
And commercial drivers may hold the key to tracking the perpetrators down, Senior Sergeant Andrew O'Reilly, of the Waikato District Command Centre, said.
A pregnant woman was injured when the car she was travelling in hit black ice south of Taupo this morning.
Waikato regional councillors were all ears as a trio of economic development advocates from Auckland and Tauranga outlined their tips for success - including the benefits of good sandpit etiquette.
Wairakei's new $623 million geothermal power station has been supplying power to thousands of homes since October but it will officially be opened by the Deputy Prime Minister, Bill English, today.
A man accused of wounding his four-week-old son swore at police and security staff before being granted interim name suppression at the Morrinsville District Court today.
It was just a matter of time before someone pushed the yellow peril button for Election 2014.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 04:44 pm
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