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Nominations for Clutha local council elections open on Friday
If you see yourself as a potential leader and are passionate about the Clutha District or your part of it, then nowís your chance to give local politics a go and have a say in your communityís future. 
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Bioenergy Assn welcomes proposals on agricultural emissions
The Bioenergy Association welcomes the proposal from Government in its "Action on Agricultural Emissions" to provide credits for reductions of gross greenhouse gas emissions from farms. 
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Landmark climate change breakthrough: Farmers agree to emissions pricing
A 20-year stand-off with farmers over charging for emissions is about to end, with sector leaders today signalling support for a new system as soon as 2025.But the industry is still against a more immediate proposal for processors... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 1:45pm 

Energy Minister Megan Woods: Govt won't 'die in a ditch' for 100% renewable target
Energy Minister Megan Woods says the government "won't die in a ditch" if its goal of 100 per cent renewable electricity generation isn't reached by 2035.The "challenge" of meeting its ambitious target had been well-signalled, she... 
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Pocket-change makes a fast(er) PC
How I turned a tired old PC into a nice, quick, quiet websurfing machine for a suprisingly small amount of cash. 
© 2019 Aardvark 1:45pm 

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PNG leader prepared to slash his wage
The Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape says he is prepared to slash his salary by 20 percent now that he is on the Remuneration Commission. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 1:35pm 

Dairy robbery victim tells court of being attacked with kitchen knife
A man stabbed in a violent dairy robbery in central Auckland has described being attacked with a kitchen knife. 
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Rival questions authority of Bougainville's Osikaiyang landowners
A Bougainville group has come out to claim the Osikaiyang group has no authority to represent Panguna landowners. 
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Govt eyes 2025 for farm-level emissions pricing, tests interim steps
The government plans to start policing emissions at the farm level from 2025 but has split with industry on how best to start bringing emissions down in the meantime 
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Wheels in motion for PGF's TranzAlpine investment - Jones
The Provincial Growth Fundís (PGF) investment in upgrading KiwiRailís TranzAlpine rail experience is making strong progress, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones said in Greymouth today. 
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Asos, Iconic in for a fight as Warehouse prepares to launch TheMarket
The Warehouse Group is gearing up to launch an e-commerce business selling a range of Australasian brands next month.New Zealand's largest retail company, which operates The Warehouse, Noel Leeming, Warehouse Stationery and Torpedo7... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 1:45pm 

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Cricket World Cup 2019: 'I didn't know that' - Black Caps react to umpire's revelation of crucial mistake in final
By Niall Anderson in London The Black Caps have been left surprised by the revelation of a little-known rule that proves the umpires made a critical mistake in the dying moments of Cricket World Cup final.Former top umpire Simon... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 1:45pm 

Adventurer Jo Morgan returns to Mt Hicks with ashes of mountain guide
Philanthropist and adventurer Jo Morgan is returning to conquer Mount Hicks near Mount Cook and will take with her the ashes of one of the mountain guides who was killed when he attempted the climb last year. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 1:35pm 

Fiji government forces Taiwan trade office to change its name
Taiwan's foreign ministry claims the Fiji government buckled to pressure from China when it forced it to change the name of its trade office in Suva. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 1:35pm 

Ohakune residents told to boil water
Residents of Ohakune have been told to boil their water after heavy rain and strong winds hit the central North Island. 
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Number of charges against Samoa politician dropped
Dozens of charges against a senior member of the Samoa parliament and his associates have been dropped. 
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