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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Upper North Island articles  Upper North Island
    Police have arrested six women and two men, aged 28 to 55 on drug-related charges, after searches in the Bay of Plenty
     30 September 2020
    Police have arrested six women and two men, aged 28 to 55 on drug-related charges, after searches in the Bay of Plenty
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    State Highway Three north of New Plymouth has opened - after logs have been cleared from a truck that rolled, just before 2
    29 Sep: State Highway Three north of New Plymouth has opened - after logs have been cleared from a truck that rolled, just before 2... more
    Tauranga police say they could've dealt better with a woman who had mental health issues
    29 Sep: Tauranga police say they could've dealt better with a woman who had mental health issues... more
    A Boxing Day test against Pakistan in Mount Maunganui is a highlight of the Black Caps home schedule this summer
    29 Sep: A Boxing Day test against Pakistan in Mount Maunganui is a highlight of the Black Caps home schedule this summer... more
    A pair of divers are lucky to be alive after drifting off-shore near Gisborne yesterday
    28 Sep: A pair of divers are lucky to be alive after drifting off-shore near Gisborne yesterday... more
    The Central North Island has been shaken by a moderate earthquake
    27 Sep: The Central North Island has been shaken by a moderate earthquake... more
    The fire along the Nuhaka-Opoutama Road between Nuhaka and Mahia, south of Gisborne, is now out
    27 Sep: The fire along the Nuhaka-Opoutama Road between Nuhaka and Mahia, south of Gisborne, is now out... more
    Taranaki will stick to a winning formula in today's Ranfurly Shield defence against Otago in the Mitre 10 Cup
    27 Sep: Taranaki will stick to a winning formula in today's Ranfurly Shield defence against Otago in the Mitre 10 Cup... more
    A fire along thev Nuhaka-Opoutama Road in windy conditions in the Mahia area south of Gisborne was caused by falling powerlines
    27 Sep: A fire along thev Nuhaka-Opoutama Road in windy conditions in the Mahia area south of Gisborne was caused by falling powerlines... more
    Motorists are being advised to avoid State Highway 2 at Waihi, which is closed after a serious smash
    25 Sep: Motorists are being advised to avoid State Highway 2 at Waihi, which is closed after a serious smash... more

     Most Popular Recent Upper North Island News
     01 Sep: Green School funding has other schools feeling like the poor cousin ++++++++++
     18 Sep: Northland are looking to start fast against Tasman in Blenheim this evening +++++++++
     19 Sep: Tasman's sent off their All Blacks to the Bledisloe Cup in style, with a 54-21 thrashing of Northland in Blenheim +++++++++
     27 Sep: The Central North Island has been shaken by a moderate earthquake +++++++
     10 Sep: Watercare says Aucklanders want - and expect - more water than what is available +++++
     15 Sep: Police have shut down four commercial-scale meth labs in Waikato +++++
     05 Sep: The arrival of train carriages for the Waikato to Auckland passenger rail service is being hailed a significant milestone +++++

     Upper North Island NewsLinks
      21 Aug: Weather: thunderstorms again to rattle the north island (NZ Herald)
      11 Aug: Upper hutt set to attract international film productions with $45m studio under construction (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Aug: Weather: northland schools close early due to flooding risk (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Aug: Forecaster warning: lightning storm tipped to hit auckland at rush hour (NZ Herald)
      10 Aug: Weather warning: sub-tropic storm set to drench upper north island (NZ Herald)
      9 Aug: Northland and auckland set to be hit by deluge of rain (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Aug: New zealand weather: calm sunday before more rain, wind arrive tuesday (NZ Herald)
      8 Aug: 4.7 earthquake strikes central new zealand (NZ Herald)
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