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    Limited re-opening of Takaka Hill Sunday
     23 February 2018
    Guided convoys of vehicles are expected to be allowed on Takaka Hill from Sunday but the first through will be essential vehicles.
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    Liam Gallagher performed a moving rendition of Oasis hit 'Live Forever' at the BRIT Awards in memory of those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror attack last year
    23 Feb: The former Oasis frontman took to the stage at the glitzy award ceremony in London on Wednesday (21.02.18) to perform the track, which was dedicated to the memory of the 22 people who tragically lost their lives after a terrorist let off a bomb outside the Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert on May 22 last year... more
    Tahs want to put pride back in jersey
    23 Feb: NSW Waratahs are determined to restore pride in their jersey and home record and intend starting faster in Super Rugby.... more
    Hailey Baldwin was left completely star-struck when she walked the same red carpet as Courteney Cox at the BRIT Awards 2018
    23 Feb: The 21-year-old model is one of the presenters at the music prize-giving ceremony and although she attempted to keep her cool as she arrived at The O2 arena in London she was reduced to a massive fangirl when the 'Friends' star arrived because she watches Courteney, 53, as Monica Geller everyday... more
    Kylie Minogue says being at the BRIT Awards 2018 reminded her of how nervous she was before her iconic performance at the 2002 ceremony
    23 Feb: The pop superstar enjoyed a stellar evening at the event 16 years ago when she left the ceremony with two prizes, being named Best International Female Artist, whilst her LP 'Fever' was named Best International Album... more
    Kokoda Track: Protesting landowners end blockade of famous trek
    23 Feb: Protesting landowners in Papua New Guinea end their blockade of the famous Kokoda Track.... more
    Arnold twins could make rugby history
    23 Feb: Richie Arnold's move to the Brumbies from the defunct Western Force could lead to Super Rugby history being created with twin brother Rory on Saturday.... more
    Not guilty verdict in euthanasia trial
    23 Feb: Susan Austen has been found not guilty of aiding the suicide of a Wellington woman in 2016, but guilty of two charges of importing a Class C controlled drug.... more
    Stars including Rita Ora and Dua Lipa have shown their support for the #MeToo movement by holding white roses on the BRIT Awards red carpet
    23 Feb: Rita and Dua joined the likes of 31-year-old singer Ellie Goulding, former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl, and the show’s host Jack Whitehall in showing solidarity for the movement - which encourages people to come forward with sexual harassment allegations - whilst on the red carpet for the glitzy award ceremony in London on Wednesday (21.02.18)... more
    Firearms and stolen property recovered
    23 Feb: Firearms, drugs and stolen property have been recovered from a house searched by police... more

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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Liam Gallagher performed a moving rendition of Oasis hit 'Live Forever' at the BRIT Awards in memory of those who lost their lives in the Manchester terror attack last year 19:35

    Entertainment:
    Hailey Baldwin was left completely star-struck when she walked the same red carpet as Courteney Cox at the BRIT Awards 2018 19:05

    Rugby:
    Tahs want to put pride back in jersey 18:55

    Environment:
    Limited re-opening of Takaka Hill Sunday 18:45

    Entertainment:
    Kylie Minogue says being at the BRIT Awards 2018 reminded her of how nervous she was before her iconic performance at the 2002 ceremony 18:35

    International:
    Kokoda Track: Protesting landowners end blockade of famous trek 18:15

    Rugby:
    Arnold twins could make rugby history 18:05

    Entertainment:
    Stars including Rita Ora and Dua Lipa have shown their support for the #MeToo movement by holding white roses on the BRIT Awards red carpet 18:05

    Entertainment:
    Harvey Weinstein has claimed Gwyneth Paltrow’s sexual harassment allegations against him are false, as she continued to work with him after the alleged misconduct took place 17:35

    Soccer:
    Glory aims to win 'Cup final' against City 17:25

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