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STOP that PROP

They couldn’t. YMP prop Nehe Papuni charges into the Waikohu defence on his way to the try line in a bruising Poverty Bay premier club rugby match at Te Karaka on Saturday. YMP came to play and, after...

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Rugby club trespassed after trying to set fire

A Dunedin rugby club, unhappy after being ejected from a Waikouaiti establishment, tried to light beer crates on fire in the parking lot, police...

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Devil in the detail: No driver’s licence for driver - Wairarapa Times-Age

A Gladstone man who drives has not held a valid driver’s licence for 23 years because he believes the licence contains “mark of the beast”.

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Bear witness to the presence of the heavenly kingdom - NZ Catholic Newspaper

There is a singular focus to today’s biblical texts. It concerns being in God’s company, while being graced to fulfil our daily mission in faith and practice.

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Hoiho player feels at home on Penguins' court

For Southern Hoiho basketballer Jay Maoate-Breen, playing on the North Otago Penguins’ court last month, was like coming home. Married to Oamaru-born Peter Breen, himself a former Penguin, Maoate-Breen said she loved spending time in Oamaru, and playing in front of family. Turning out for the Southern Hoiho in a pre-season game against Mainland Pouakai, […]

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PTOM looms for Fullers ferries - Waiheke Gulf News

The days of Fullers being exempt from regulatory oversight of their Waiheke route appear numbered, according to Minister of Transport Michael Wood. After a decade of lobbying from interest groups like the Waiheke Ferry User Group and the local board, central government has confirmed the Fullers Waiheke and Devonport routes will now come under the

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Culture weaving people together

No one knows better than the Te Roopu Mahi Kākahu group how culture weaves people together. Not only were people gathered at The Lost Springs last Friday to enjoy the newly instated public holiday, but also to view the cultural garments that the Te Roopu Mahi Kākahu weaving group presented to the crowds on Matariki, known as kākahu. It also happened to be the group's one year anniversary, which they wanted to share with the public on Māori New Year, the day of reflection, planning and sharing. E