Kaikoura rail line decimated

Kaikoura rail line decimated

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Very great slips have decimated parts of the South Island main box for journey Rail Line along the Kaikoura go down slope, supporters the size 7.5 earth More »

New Zealand earthquake: Two dead following powerful tremor

New Zealand earthquake: Two dead following powerful tremor

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand A powerful magnitude-7.8 earth shock has struck New Zealand’s South Island, making great profit at least 2 persons in general. The shake with fear or cold is More »

Visitors to Central Lakes region urged to take care with valuables in vehicles

Visitors to Central Lakes region urged to take care with valuables in vehicles

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Central inland waters Police are giving memory help both visitors and persons of the town to not let go of goods of great value in their vehicles, More »

Treatment of terminally ill prisoner racist – Māori Party

Treatment of terminally ill prisoner racist – Māori Party

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand The process of a terminally ill prisoner by the parole Board was an example of organization racism, the Maori Party says. The parole Board declined Vicki Letele’s More »

Heavy rain in central areas, thunderstorms in the Far North

Heavy rain in central areas, thunderstorms in the Far North

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Weighty rain has been falling across in the middle of New Zealand, with downpours coming in great numbers homes in Wellington and one moved away by a More »

Aucklanders unhappy about half-million dollar slogan

Aucklanders unhappy about half-million dollar slogan

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand It price half a million dollars, but Aucklanders say the newly announced slogan for its great town is a waste of money, line of work it “poor, More »

Wreaths laid to commemorate 98 years since WW1

Wreaths laid to commemorate 98 years since WW1

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Special public event have been kept around the country to mark the 98th Anniversary 1 of the end of the first World War.Armistice 2 Day services began More »

Waikato Police looking for Conwaye Brown

Waikato Police looking for Conwaye Brown

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Waikato Police is still looking to give the position of 31-year-old Conwaye Brown (pictured) in relation to a made-worse property-taking and attack on police in Morrinsville last More »

Woman critically injured in paddock after car found run off road

Woman critically injured in paddock after car found run off road

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Police investigating how a woman was critically hurt say she had injuries that weren’t consistent with a car accident.A police spokesman said investigations would continue into the More »

Assault charge after Auckland V8s video

Assault charge after Auckland V8s video

Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand Police have requested a 61-year-old man with attack after one making use of the camera was doubted pushed at the Pukekohe V8s over the weekend. The man More »

 

Category Archives: Environment

Walking Wellingtonians world’s most active

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Shopprice New Zealand We all know Wellington is the coolest little capital in the world, but now it’s also the most active, according to a new international survey. The city came out on top compared to 14 other cities in 10 countries, in terms of the amount of physical activity residents do around their neighbourhoods.

In Auckland Above 30,000 fans are counting down to tonight’s AC/DC concert

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Shopprice New Zealand, Above 30,000 people have bought tickets for the Australian band’s in Western Springs Stadium concert tonight. About 35,000 Wellington fans were subjected to a 40-minute delay only two songs into the band’s performance at Westpac Stadium on Saturday,after the wild weather caused a technical glitch.However Aucklanders can expect a much more settled evening.Ian Magan

Takahe release in Murchison Mountains DOC’s biggest yet

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Shopprice New Zealand This young sub adult takahe who has been bred at Burwood Bush being prepared to be flown with 14 other youngsters into a new home in the Murchison Mountains. High in the Murchison Mountains, 15 takahe  have taken their first steps free from captivity. The rare flightless birds were flown into their

Judge blasts Fonterra for putting productivity ahead of the environment

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Shopprice New Zealand Pollution from Fonterra’s Edgecumbe plant in the Rangitaiki River in March.  An Environment Court judge has criticised Fonterra for putting productivity ahead of the environment and said its failure to lead by example is not helping the industry. The comments by Judge Jeff Smith are included in sentencing notes published on Tuesday in

Zero-emissions London double decker buses en route

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Shopprice NZ Supplied The zero-emissions electric double-decker bus, built in China, will start operating London routes in October 2015. Chinese automotive manufacturer BYD has designed and built the world’s first pure electric zero-emission double-decker bus, which will enter service in London in October. London’s red double-decker buses have for years dominated the capital, where nearly

All eyes on bumblebees as bee peril deepens

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Shopprice NZ The bumblebee is being eyed as the alternative pollinator as honey bee numbers dwindle. Aviation experts argue that, technically, bumblebees, those lumbering bombers of the insect world, do not have the wing size or the wing speed to lift their hairy bodies off the ground, let alone achieve the miracle of free flight.

Rainbow Warrior returns to Auckland

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Shopprice NZ OLIVER TJADEN/ GREENPEACE The Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior is visiting Auckland, the site where it’s name-sake ship was blown up in 1985. Thirty years after the French bombed their original flagship in Auckland, Greenpeace are returning to New Zealand with their new Rainbow Warrior. The third ship of its name is due to arrive

California governor’s climate warning: ‘We are talking about extinction’

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Shopprice NZ California Governor Edmund “Jerry” Brown speaks during the “Modern Slavery and Climate Change” meeting at the Vatican on Tuesday. Some 65 mayors and governors from around the world are there urging global leaders to take bold action at this year’s UN climate change summit.  California Governor Jerry Brown, in an ominous appeal on

Injured turtle shows encouragingly messy signs of recovery

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Shopprice NZ Critically injured Ridley, the olive ridley sea turtle, was eating shrimp and swimming on Wednesday.  It’s all systems go for the critically injured tropical sea turtle being treated at Wellington Zoo. The endangered olive ridley turtle is now doing the things a healthy turtle is meant to do: swimming, eating and pooing regularly.