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Tax and regulations driving up the cost of living - Goldsmith
Today’s inflation figures reveal the Government’s higher taxes and poorly thought through regulations are the main driver of the rising cost of living for New Zealand families, National’s Finance Spokesperson Paul Goldsmith. 
© 2019 2:35pm 

South Auckland intersection causes commuter confusion
A photo of an intersection in South Auckland which shows a confusing road layout has left many scratching their heads.The photo, shared by Auckland truck driver Mark Noel McLean, shows the intersection of Savill Drive and James... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 2:15pm 

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Rory's Way: A dated, punishingly predictable drama that's winningly performed
REVIEW: A film for those who lament the state of modern parenting, art and food - and Americans in general. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

Umpire's revelation news to NZ
Gary Stead says he was unaware of ex-umpire's statement that suggested England were incorrectly awarded an extra run. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

Property developer Tim Archibald ruled a 'serious risk' to the public
Developer who lent to his companies rather than pay GST has been banned from running companies for four years. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

Skin experts horrified people using eyelash curlers to plump lips
Skin experts have warned against copying a viral craze for using eyelash curlers to squeeze blemishes, because it could lead to infection and scarring. The Cyprus-based YouTube channel "5-Minute Magic", which has almost 3 million... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 2:15pm 

ICCC report confirms importance of natural gas
The importance of natural gas in keeping power prices down and reducing emissions has been confirmed by the Government’s Interim Climate Change Committee (ICCC), says the Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ). 
© 2019 2:05pm 

Wheels in motion for PGF's TranzAlpine investment - Jones
The Provincial Growth Fund’s (PGF) investment in upgrading KiwiRail’s TranzAlpine rail experience is making strong progress, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones said in Greymouth today. 
© 2019 1:55pm 

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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Vandalising of cultural statues 'disturbing'
A Northland iwi leader says the vandalising of cultural statues is a sign of disrespect. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 2:15pm 

Later birthdays boost NCEA pass rates - study
If your birthday is late in the year, count yourself lucky - you have a better chance of achieving senior school qualifications.A prize-winning study by University of Canterbury economists Asaad Ali and Andrea Menclova has found... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 2:15pm 

Resentence ruled out after man linked to drowning death appeals manslaughter conviction
An Ashburton man who successfully appealed his manslaughter conviction will not be resentenced on his remaining charge. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

A Nelson teen is running for council watching from the sidelines for two years
A Nelson teenager standing for council hopes it will encourage more young people to engage in local politics. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

Toni Street tells Art and Matilda about her auto-immune disease
The mum of three has shared how she was rushed to hospital days after giving birth - two times. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

Farmers cautiously optimistic about One Plan changes
Farmers says their problems should be sorted, but hate that the planning process has gone on for so long. 
© 2019 2:15pm 

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Farmers committed to reducing greenhouse emissions
The ‘Action on Agricultural Emissions’ discussion paper is a positive first step as farmers and the government hammer out a practical path to reduce livestock greenhouse gas emissions, Federated Farmers says. 
© 2019 2:05pm 

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 now’s your chance to give local politics a go and have a say in your community’s future. 
© 2019 1:55pm 

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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. 
© 2019 1:55pm 

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