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  1. Dead offensive - police called over tyre-popping cemetery burnoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Taranaki Daily News

    A funeral held at New Plymouth's Awanui Cemetery on September 10 saw a mourner perform a lengthy burnout through the public grounds. A recent funeral held at Awanui Cemetery saw a mourner perform a lengthy burnout through the public grounds, blanketing the area with a thick cloud of smoke and marring the road with burnt rubber.

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  2. Liquor ban called for in suburb after alcohol cans left in playgroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Taranaki Daily News

    A New Plymouth woman is campaigning to have a liquor ban imposed on Marfell, one of the city's poorest suburbs. Marfell Community Coordinator Kuvarji, who goes by one name, found half-full cans of alcohol at Marfell's new basketball courts about a month and a half after they were opened.

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  3. Remains of an outfall pier uncovered near the Waiwhakaiho River mouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Taranaki Daily News

    The safety of exposed remains from the construction of New Plymouth's outfall pipe will be assessed by the district council. The sharp, rusting metal remains from the 1980s project can be seen protruding from the sand north of the Waiwhakaiho River mouth after being exposed in recent weeks.

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  4. Community consultation for speed limit bylaw changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | Taranaki Daily News

    New Plymouth's four community boards have recommended the council consults with the community on changes to setting speed limits. After updates to the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limits 2017 were passed by the Government, New Plymouth District Council also had to update its own bylaw.

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  5. Freedom camping proposed near school, retirement village and city centre car parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | Taranaki Daily News

    Freedom campers may be able to park up for the night in New Plymouth's CBD, outside a primary school and retirement village and near a "death trap" intersection on a state highway if a council proposal is adopted. Three car parks on Devon St West opposite the TSB Showplace, two near Westown School and Tainui Retirement Village and two in the middle of Moturoa are some of the parks that have been proposed for freedom campers with non-self-contained vehicles to use.

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  6. Photographer's determination to document demise of derelict former hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 3 | Stuff.co.nz

    A photographer with a penchant for documenting loss admits going rogue to capture the demolition of a derelict set of buildings on the grounds of a former hospital in New Plymouth. Pat Greenfield, who has also extensively photographed the impact of coastal erosion at TongapA rutu in North Taranaki, has tracked the demolition work at the former Barrett St hospital, which first began in 2016 with the removal of asbestos from its old buildings.

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  7. Smoke billowing from Palmerston North dairyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Manawatu Standard

    Cook St Mini Mart, at the corner of Cook and Ferguson streets, was on fire from 1pm on Monday and thick black smoke could be seen from the central business district. Five fire trucks were at the scene.

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  8. Hundreds turn out to farewell Waikato traffic sergeantRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    One of life's good guys, Neil was a stalwart traffic cop who patrolled the region's highways for more than 35 years. Love for the man his colleagues knew as a big friendly guy who loved to chat was evident on the faces of hundreds who turned out for his funeral in Huntly on Monday.

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  9. Donors pay $170,000 invoice for medical evacuation to fly sick Bali mum backRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    Anonymous benefactors have paid the bill of about $170,000 so Hamilton woman Abby Hartley can be flown back to New Zealand from Bali, where she is in a coma. National Party leader Simon Bridges said the New Zealanders who paid the invoice for the medical evacuation had approached him in the middle of last week, wanting to help.

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  10. Female lawyers make up only about a quarter of lead counsel before highest courtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    Despite an equal number of male and female lawyers practising in this country, women account for just 27 per cent of lead counsel appearances before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. Female barristers or solicitors made up just 27 per cent of lead counsel appearances before the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court during a six-year period, New Zealand Bar Association research has found.

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  11. High Court sets aside decision to deny intellectually disabled woman New Zealand residencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Southland Times

    A decision to decline an intellectually disabled woman's bid for residency has been overturned, with the High Court finding the ruling would have separated the young immigrant from her family. In 2015, the woman's mother applied for a New Zealand residence visa for herself and her daughter, who cannot function on her own.

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  12. Snow to low levels, gusts to 120kmh as chill southerly storm blows inRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    "Very, very cold air is pushing in underneath a layer of warmer air with lots of moisture in it. So we've got all the ingredients to get a lot of precipitation, and that cold air is what makes it snow," MetService meteorologist Philippa Murdoch said .

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  13. Man dies in crash at Whangaehu, State Highway 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    A 23-year-old man has died in a serious crash that closed State Highway 3 at Whangaehu, south of Whanganui. Seven days, 12 crashes, 13 dead: the last week of August has been a bad one on New Zealand's roads.

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  14. One week, 13 dead: a bad week on New Zealand's roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    After a week of deadly crashes around New Zealand, one community fed up with death have taken matters into their own hands. Volunteer firefighter Paul Hannagan, who responded to a fatal crash on Wednesday, was among Twizel community members who erected a warning sign near the intersection of Tekapo-Twizel Rd and Mt Cook Rd on Sunday .

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  15. Council plan to get $2.2m community recycling centre 'right first time'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 30 | Taranaki Daily News

    New Plymouth's new $2.2million community recycling centre is due to open mid-2019 - 12 months later than originally scheduled. The centre, to be based at the resource recovery centre on Colson Road, is a key element in the New Plymouth District Council's target to achieve zero waste by 2040.

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  16. Jim Tucker: There's nothing like spring, especially in New Plymouth's Pukekura ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Taranaki Daily News

    Well, it's definitely here. If you're got a garden, a barbecue, a lawn or just a row of pot plants you would have been outside enjoying spring last Sunday.

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  17. Twelve Citizens' Awards given by New Plymouth District CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Taranaki Daily News

    Riding horses since the age of two, and recuperating on horses after having polio at age nine, has led into Faye Dravitski's love of Riding for the Disabled. She was given a New Plymouth District Citizens' Award at the ceremony on Wednesday night for her 20 years' service at RDA.

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  18. Council to review perpetual investment fund for the first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Taranaki Daily News

    New Plymouth District Council has voted to spend up to $20,000 on the first ever review of its multi-million dollar perpetual investment fund. The fund, or PIF, was set up in 2004 following the sale of the council's shares in Powerco and the income is currently used to offset general rates.

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  19. Drunk driver causes $13,000 of damage but only has to pay back $10,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | Stuff.co.nz

    Business owner Darryl MacDonald thinks it's unfair the man who crashed into his car yard doesn't have to stump up the full $13,000 for the repairs. A car dealer has dubbed the justice system "unfair" after a drunk driver who crashed into two of his cars was ordered to pay less than the damage he caused.

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  20. Opinions divided on freedom camping bylawRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | Taranaki Daily News

    Summer may be on its way, but New Plymouth's four council wards are divided on what to do with freedom campers. Following complaints about people camping for free at several popular sites, the New Plymouth District Council is consulting on updates to its bylaw controlling where people can stay and for how long.

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