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: Music

The Kiwi singer Anika Moa’s Trolls ‘People hate my gay lifestyle’ lol,

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Shopprice New Zealand, The Kiwi singer-songwriter Anika Moa announced this week that she had popped the question her to her TV3 journalist love Natasha Utting, news which has been met with a mostly positive response on social media.But internet trolls are trying to rain on newly-engaged Anika Moa’s parade, yet the singer is not having it.Moa expressed her disappointment on

Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ turns First-Ever 30 Times Multi-Platinum Album

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Shopprice New Zealand, Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” is still breaking barriers more than 30 years after its release and six years after the pop superstar’s death, becoming the first album in history to cross the 30 million mark in U.S. sales, record industry officials said on Wednesday.”Thriller,” released in 1982 and featuring seven hit singles

John Key says Kiwis have sympathy for a Kiribati man facing deportation

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Shopprice New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has called a climate change refugee an over-stayer. A Kiribati family due to be deported from New Zealand on Wednesday have no future back in the Pacific Island, says an advocate fighting to keep the family here. Reverend Sumalie Naisali and members of the Kiribati and Tuvalu communities

John Key opens electoral office with 106-year-old Hamilton resident

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Shopprice NZ Rebekah Parsons-King Mabel Jenkins, 106, was the oldest person Prime Minister John Key had met.  The Prime Minister might have arrived to a Hamilton office opening in a Crown car but a guest of honour went one better and was carried up the stairs. Mabel Jenkins, 106, was dressed in blue for the