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    Picton port is partially re-opening after an earlier gas leak
    InterIslander
    InterIslander
     24 January 2020
    Picton port is partially re-opening after an earlier gas leak
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    >> Accident and Emergency News 

    Two people are dead after separate incidents near Taupo
    24 Jan: Two people are dead after separate incidents near Taupo... more
    One person has died after fleeing police in a vehicle at Rotokawa near Taupo
    24 Jan: One person has died after fleeing police in a vehicle at Rotokawa near Taupo... more
    The Auckland Tuatara's been thumped 10-nil by the Brisbane Bandits in the opening game of their Australian baseball series at North Harbour Stadium
    24 Jan: The Auckland Tuatara's been thumped 10-nil by the Brisbane Bandits in the opening game of their Australian baseball series at North Harbour Stadium... more
    A shortage of logs is behind the possible closure of a Northland sawmill
    24 Jan: A shortage of logs is behind the possible closure of a Northland sawmill... more
    Counties Manukau police are continuing a homicide investigation into the death of south Auckland woman Meliame Fisi'ihoi
    23 Jan: Counties Manukau police are continuing a homicide investigation into the death of south Auckland woman Meliame Fisi'ihoi... more
    More than four thousand cannabis plants have been seized in Northland, after a major police operation
    23 Jan: More than four thousand cannabis plants have been seized in Northland, after a major police operation... more
    Workers at Cotton On are outraged the company's unexpectedly closed two Porirua stores
    23 Jan: Workers at Cotton On are outraged the company's unexpectedly closed two Porirua stores... more
    A Christchurch doctor and convicted sex offender's lost his medical licence
    23 Jan: A Christchurch doctor and convicted sex offender's lost his medical licence... more
    An entertainment industry veteran has been found guilty of two charges of indecent assault after a high-profile Auckland trial
    23 Jan: An entertainment industry veteran has been found guilty of two charges of indecent assault after a high-profile Auckland trial... more

     Most Popular Recent National News
     01 Jan: Police are still at the scene of an unexplained death in Hamilton early yesterday morning ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     27 Dec: The summer holiday road toll stands at two +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jan: West Coast hospital workers have been left struggling in a substandard building - with substandard equipment +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     31 Dec: A pedestrian hit and killed by a car in Blenheim was a Bulgarian man, who'd been working in the Marlborough wine industry +++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jan: People wanting to take in the wonders of the West Coast this summer are urged not to let a little rain put them off +++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Jan: The Prime Minister's been asked to help get sick West Coasters out of an old hospital that's no longer fit for purpose ++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 Jan: A man reported shot by police during a confrontation at a Hastings school has been discharged from hospital and remanded in custody +++++++++++++++

     National NewsLinks
      24 Jan: Simon bridges defends philippines trip: 'a lot of common ground' (NZ Herald)
      24 Jan: Focus on employment over increasing benefit levels - government, national party (RadioNZ)
      24 Jan: Simon bridges defends philippines trip: 'there is a lot of common ground' (RadioNZ)
      23 Jan: Whakaari/white island: middlemore national burns centre gets $100k for rehab machines (RadioNZ)
      23 Jan: Whakaari/white island: middlemore hospital's national burns centre gets $100k for rehab machines (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 Jan: Emergency housing spend out of control - simon o'connor (voxy.co.nz)
      23 Jan: 7000 more young people on the dole under labour - louise upston (voxy.co.nz)
      23 Jan: Nine years of progress undone by labour - simon bridges (voxy.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Marta Kauffman isn't sure whether the 'Friends' reunion will ever come to fruition 10:30

    Soccer:
    Captain Jordan Henderson has headed Liverpool into a 1-nil lead at halftime of this morning's English Premier League fixture against Wolves at Molineux Stadium 10:27

    Politics:
    Coronavirus traps Wuhan residents in a real life horror movie as Chinese city locks down 10:07

    Accident and Emergency:
    Picton port is partially re-opening after an earlier gas leak 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new arrangements are set to be reviewed in 12 months' time 10:00

    Entertainment:
    Nicole Kidman planned to retire from acting when she got pregnant 9:30

    Accident and Emergency:
    Two people are dead after separate incidents near Taupo 9:27

    Entertainment:
    '1917' won the Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures gong at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday night (18.01.20) 9:00

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person has died after fleeing police in a vehicle at Rotokawa near Taupo 8:37

    Entertainment:
    Thomas Markle has accused his daughter of "cheapening" the royal family 8:30

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