New Zealand Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. World Of Racing Talent Ready For Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 HourRead the original story

    Friday | Paddock Talk

    ... Scotland, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, United States of America, Finland, Japan, Switzerland, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Belgium. Between them, they account for 246 Formula 1 Grands Prix starts, 3 outright and 17 LeMans 24 hour class victories, 10 ...

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  2. Daily Record Rugby Show: Jim Telfer previews Six Nations & admits to Brendan Laney error a decade agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Record

    ... Five Nations Championship title, in 1999. THE Glasgow Warriors fly-half is looking forward to the match against New Zealand and insists Scotland have every chance of beating the All Blacks for the first time in history

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  3. High-speed Palmerston North chase ends in arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Manawatu Standard

    At 7.30pm two police cars pursued a black Mercedes through the city after it failed to stop for police. A 24-year-old man will appear in Palmerston North District Court on February 5 where he will face charges of failing to stop for police, dangerous driving and driving while disqualified.

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  4. 4 students on the study abroad experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Binghamton University Pipe Dream

    While the majority of students are beginning to acclimate once more to Binghamton's perpetual cold, others are using this spring semester to explore other countries. From England to New Zealand and everywhere in between, jetsetters from Binghamton University are starting to make their mark on the world at large.

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  5. Harpley engineering firm sees its first export to New ZealandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lynn News

    CTM Harpley Engineering, Cross Street, Harpley LtoR, Mountain Family, Andrew, Nigel, Adrian with an identical CTM Beet Loader ANL-150126-165523009 Family-run firm CTM Harpley Engineering Ltd has just marked a "first" in its 65-year history with the export of new beet cleaner loader to New Zealand. And it has already received an order for a second used machine to be shipped out in the near future.

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  6. Man catches fire while fuelling boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    A man suffered serious burns to most of his body after the boat he was in burst into flames while he was filling the tank with petrol. Maketu fire chief Shane Beech said it was only thanks to the quick thinking of the man's friends that the whole petrol station did not go up in flames.

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  7. I'll discuss backlash with foreign press: CattonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    Author Eleanor Catton says she will discuss "inflammatory, vicious and patronising things that have been broadcast and published in New Zealand this week" in future interviews she does with foreign media. "I will of course discuss the frightening swiftness with which the powerful Right move to discredit and silence those who question them, and the culture of fear and hysteria that prevails.

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  8. UTEP tennis: Miners open new season with new coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | El Paso Times

    ... Assistant Coach of the Year. Meza - who was born in Los Angeles, grew up in Bolivia and lived in Auckland, New Zealand, before returning to the United States for college - believes this could be the beginning of something special. "At the beginning, ...

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  9. Sprint finals set at national track cycling championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stuff.co.nz

    Southland sprinter Natasha Hansen is showing her strength since returning to the New Zealand track cycling set-up, moving to the final of the women's individual sprint tonight. Hansen breezed through her semifinal against Waikato-Bay of Plenty's Tess Young, and will ride against fellow Southlander Steph McKenzie in the final.

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  10. Kiwis have been generous to Catton, says Taxpayers' UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    The Taxpayers' Union says Kiwis have done more than enough to support under-fire author Eleanor Catton, who received upward of $50,000 in funding over the last few years. Figures from Creative NZ, the Arts Council of New Zealand, revealed that the Man Booker prize-winner had been given a number of grants towards her work.

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  11. String of North Island car crashes leave two dead, four injuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    A pedestrian has died near Tauranga, one man was found dead in his car near Palmerston North and four people were injured in a head-on collision in south Waikato. A New Zealand Transport Agency spokeswoman said there was heavy congestion in the area near Ainsworth Rd as people made their way to work but detours were in place.

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  12. Invercargill Processing Plant sold to Chinese InterestsRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    New Zealand's leading sheep milk powder producer, Blue River Dairy, has sold its Nith Street, Invercargill processing plant to Blueriver Nutrition Company Limited for an undisclosed sum. The deal is effective from 1 February and no jobs will be lost at the plant.

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  13. Dirty water in beach outfalls prompts warningRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council is warning people not to swim or play in beach outfalls, stormwater drains or ponds following the region's long period of hot, dry weather. Regional Council Water scientist Paul Scholes said because of the weather, many stormwater drains and ponds had had little or no flow leaving the water at risk of bacterial contamination.

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  14. Golden summer set to roll onRead the original story

    Thursday | The Otago Daily Times

    ... over and to the southeast of the country, and slightly lower than normal pressures were likely to the north of New Zealand. New Zealand had a "slightly elevated chance" of having an ex-tropical system coming within 550km of the country during this ...

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  15. New Zealand's best set to storm the Snowies for the Oceania Cross Triathlon Championships in NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 29, 2015 - SYDNEY, Australia -- The popularity of Cross Triathlon is on an upswing with more and more athletes from around the world taking to the lakes and trails for off-road triathlon with Australia's TreX Series leading the way. This year, TreX kicks off 2015 with the inaugural Oceania Cross Triathlon Championships to be held in the iconic Snowy Mountains in New South Wales over the final weekend in February and New Zealand's Braden Currie is targeting the NZ$42,000 prize purse.

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  16. NIWA's Hotspot Watch 30/1/15Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Scoop

    ... of Invercargill. When compared to this time last week widespread dryness continues to cover the majority of New Zealand. For the North Island, the only pronounced change, as alluded to last week, was an increase in soil moisture levels for parts of ...

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  17. Equitise launches with mobile-media crowd-investmentRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    ... network of distribution partners. When the vehicle approaches one of over 2,200 points of interest across New Zealand, including landmarks and hidden gems, the commentary alerts the tourists. Tourism Radio revenue is generated through the sale of ...

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  18. Iwi Plans Major Waitangi Day to Celebrate 175 YearsRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    This free family friendly, smoke and alcohol free, zero waste party is for all ages with food and market stalls, kids' rides, sports and a multicultural concert. "We invite the whole community to come along and join us" said iwi chairman NgA hiwi Tomoana.

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  19. Chatham restored vessel, the Havengore, which carried Sir Winston...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Kent Online

    A vessel which was restored in Chatham will today return to the waters where she made history carrying Sir Winston Churchill's coffin 50 years ago. In 1965, the Havengore was chosen to carry the coffin containing the body of the treasured Second World War leader up the Thames as part of his state funeral.

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  20. Four commissioners appointed for Rena wreck decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    Four commissioners have been appointed to decide whether a resource consent should be granted allowing part of the Rena wreck to remain on Astrolabe Reef. The ship grounded on the reef, off the coast of Tauranga, on October 5 2011.

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