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Greenpeace Criticizes Contracting Onboard Monitoring Cameras and Analysis to Trident

Greenpeace Criticizes Contracting Onboard Monitoring Cameras and Analysis to Trident

Should a commercial fishing company be made responsible for monitoring what goes on board the commercial fishing vessels? Greenpeace leader Russel Norman says, it is like "the fox guarding the henhouses".

Watch Out for Dehumidifiers which Were Recalled in 2014 Over Overheating and Fire Concerns

Watch Out for Dehumidifiers which Were Recalled in 2014 Over Overheating and Fire Concerns

Fires caused by dehumidifiers are not that common but air conditioners and dehumidifiers have been the cause behind eighty four fires since 2000 with twenty incidents in the past two years.

Woman dies after bus accident near Rotorua

Woman dies after bus accident near Rotorua

A woman has died after she was struck by a bus while walking near shops on the eastern shore of Lake Rotorua.

People had called the emergency services at 7.40pm on Saturday following the accident at the intersection of TeNgae Rd and Coulter Rd at Owhata, on the eastern shore the lake.The Police Serious Crash Unit is now conducting an investigation into the accident. Senior Sergeant Karl Konlechner of the Bay of Plenty District Command Centre said that no additional information is available on the incidence.

KiwiRail would continue to need government assistance, Key

KiwiRailwould continue to need government assistance, KeyJohn Key, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, has said that KiwiRail might continue to rely on government subsidies as it is not likely to make a profit on its own.

Ruataniwha water storage scheme gets backing of farmers

Ruataniwha water storage scheme gets backing of farmersThe company promoting the Ruataniwha water storage scheme has indicated that the scheme has received the backing of local farmers that will allow the successful implementation of the project proposed for Central Hawke's Bay.

Prosecutors Charge Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva with Misrepresentation of Assets and Money Laundering

Prosecutors Charge Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva with Misrepresentation of Assets and Money Laundering On Wednesday, the prosecutors in Brazil filed charges against one of the most well-known political figures in the country, the former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva who served in office from 2003 to 2010. The incident has shook Brazil's already concerned political establishment.

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