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Archive for February, 2015

Last chance to make suggestions on transport plans

Press Release – Environment Southland and Otago Regional Council

Southland and Otago residents have until the end of next week (6 March) to make submissions on the Draft Otago Southland Regional Land Transport Plans 2015-2021 . Read more »

Monopoly: 96 hours to go to keep Queenstown on top!

Press Release – Destination Queenstown

Queenstown, New Zealand (27 February 2015) As of today, Queenstown is sitting in the top 15 of 80 cities around the world all competing for a spot on the global Monopoly Here & Now: World Edition game board. And theres only 96 hours left … Read more »

Dunedin City Holdings Limited Half Year Result

Press Release – Dunedin City Holdings

Dunedin (Friday, 27 February 2015) The Dunedin City Holdings group is reporting an improved profit after tax and higher operating cashflows in its half year result, compared to the same period last year. Read more »

SCIRT traffic news week starting 2 March

Press Release – SCIRT

http://strongerchristchurch.govt.nz/article/what-is-happening-on-christchurch-roads-2-march-moorhouse-waltham-dyers-pass-updates Read more »

Development of extended online services gains momentum

Press Release – Palmerston North City Council

A project to extend the range of online services provided by Palmerston North City Council is gaining momentum. Over the next three years we want to improve productivity for both the Council and users of the services, Peter Eathorne general manager … Read more »

Last chance to make suggestions on transport plans

Press Release – Environment Southland

Last chance to make suggestions on transport plans Southland and Otago residents have until the end of next week (6 March) to make submissions on the Draft Otago Southland Regional Land Transport Plans 2015-2021. Environment Southland and the … Read more »

Q-fly, scientists on screen and fluoride study questioned

Press Release – Science Media Centre

In the News: What can NZ learn from Japanese earthquakes? In the News: No link found between brain cancer and mobile use Expert Reaction: Water fluoridation and underactive thyroid Expert Reaction: Fruit fly incursion Read more »

Bar crossing course at Raglan

Press Release – Waikato Regional Council

Crossing the notorious Raglan bar can be extremely hazardous for even the most experienced boatie. Read more »

OYSTERS AHEAD: Bluff season begins

Press Release – NIWA

Each March, oyster lovers descend on the catch of Bluffs best bivalves a seasonal delicacy from one of the last remaining wild oyster fisheries on the planet. Read more »

Independent company to survey Aucklanders on transport

Press Release – Auckland Council

A quantitative survey, asking 4,200 Aucklanders for their views on fixing and funding transport, has started as part of Auckland Councils 10-year budget consultation. Read more »

No Surprises in Lakeview Cabin Tenancies

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

In 2002, the Queenstown Lakes District Council made a considerable investment and some tough decisions to resolve ongoing issues around the then campground site. Read more »

Virgin Australia’s Award-Winning Business Class in NZ Skies

Press Release – Virgin Australia

Virgin Australia’s award-winning Business Class will begin flying across the Tasman tomorrow, as part of a progressive rollout in the New Zealand and Pacific Island markets. Read more »

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