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Labour ties up with Greens to change government

Labour ties up with Greens to change government

The Labour party has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Greens to work together to change the government in the country.

Man charged with negligence over Alpine bus crash is named

Man charged with negligence over Alpine bus crash is named

An engineer, who was charged with injuring by unlawful act over his alleged work on a tourist bus involved in a crash in the Southern Alps on New Year's Eve, is James Henry Coakley.

Police looking for man in Coromandel after shots fired at a house bus

Police looking for man in Coromandel after shots fired at a house bus

The police officials in the city of Coromandel have said that they are looking for a manafter fires were shot at a house bus on the property.

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".

Lake Station Farm Near St Arnaud Open for Bull Walk ahead of Auction; Rain Keeps Attendance Low

Lake Station Farm Near St Arnaud Open for Bull Walk ahead of Auction; Rain Keeps Attendance Low

A bull walk at the Lake Station farm close to St Arnaud, managed by Malcolm and Ingrid McConachie gives a great chance to the potential buyers to find a perfect stud for their farm.

Kathmandu Draws Criticism on Social Media after Staff was Seen Destroying Goods

Kathmandu Draws Criticism on Social Media after Staff was Seen Destroying Goods

On Saturday, Christchurch, New Zealand based outdoor and travel apparel, gear and accessories retailer Kathmandu, drew criticism on the social media for destroying clothing and sleeping bags which could have been donated to the homeless people.

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