An Auckland police officer has been seriously injured in New Lynn after allegedly being struck by a vehicle while laying down spikes to stop it
An Auckland police officer has been seriously injured in New Lynn after allegedly being struck by a vehicle while laying down spikes to stop it full story
Netherlands confirms 13 cases of new Omicron COVID variant among travellers from South Africa
Dutch authorities say investigations will continue after the new variant was detected in 13 out of 61 travellers who tested positive for COVID-19 on flights from South Africa. full story
A Queenstown local has been reunited with her dog after she was lost by a pet transport service
A Queenstown local has been reunited with her dog after she was lost by a pet transport service full story
Quote of the Day
"Things are more like they are now than they ever were before." Dwight D. Eisenhower
1877 - Education Act passed into law
The introduction of the Education Act in 1877 established free, compulsory and secular education for all Pākehā New Zealand children. Māori children could attend the free schools if their parents wished them to. more...
1893 - First woman mayor in British Empire elected
By becoming mayor of Onehunga, Auckland, Elizabeth Yates struck another blow for women’s rights in local-body polls held the day after the first general election in which women could vote. more...
1949 - First female Māori MP elected
Iriaka Rātana was elected as New Zealand’s first Māori MP following the Western Māori election on 29 November 1949. more...
NZ Site of the Day
Aston Court Motel - Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Located 5 minutes from the Blenheim town centre, Aston Court Motel is a modern and comfortable motel accommodation that is ideal for couples and friends travelling together.
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