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Port revitalisation commits to creating 300-plus jobs
The project has created just under 100 jobs since its inception.
More than 1300 petition to keep school's Pasifika prefect role
An ex-student said it wasn't the first time the school had tried to discontinue the role.
Rio's rescue: Cat saved by cherry picker after 17 days stuck up tree
Massive team effort behind the rescue operation.
Drone captures video of cat stuck in tree as rescue mission continues
"I've never seen anything like this, this is definitely my biggest rescue."
Cat stuck in poisonous tree for more than two weeks
"It's the most nightmare tree to deal with."
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori: Fifty years of learning the language
Potonga Neilson said when he was young there was no such thing as te reo on TV or radio.
Landline repair delay: Man couldn't call for help when partner collapsed
"When your partners laying on the floor and you can't call an ambulance, it's scary mate."
Homelessness for older people now a 'critical issue'
"No one tells you how you'll pay for a new roof at 85 when you're living off a pension."
Great Minds: Growing a stronger mind in the garden
"Weather's bad, there's covid, but that tree outside your window will continue to grow"
Three hospitalised in 12 hours after unknown powder sold as MDMA
People urged to not take unknown powders
'We are absolutely broken': Reward offered for information on shot horse
The horse was shot on a rural property near Whanganui.
Lowered restrictions bring huge influx in overseas travel bookings
Travel is never going to be the same as it used to be, a Whanganui agent says.