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  •   Home > News > National >  Subscribe to NZCity's Lower North Island articles  Lower North Island
    A Levin man's been slapped with a 30-thousand dollar fine for illegally supplying raw milk
     4 May 2022
    A Levin man's been slapped with a 30-thousand dollar fine for illegally supplying raw milk
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    Northern Stars coach Kiri Wills is imploring her side to inject some spark with the ball into this afternoon's ANZ Premiership encounter with the Pulse in Palmerston North
    1 May: Northern Stars coach Kiri Wills is imploring her side to inject some spark with the ball into this afternoon's ANZ Premiership encounter with the Pulse in Palmerston North... more
    a person has died in a two vehicle crash on State Highway 1, just north of Foxton around 5 this afternoon
    29 Apr: a person has died in a two vehicle crash on State Highway 1, just north of Foxton around 5 this afternoon... more
    Worksafe's investigating after a fatal crash at a Palmerston North speedway track last night
    24 Apr: Worksafe's investigating after a fatal crash at a Palmerston North speedway track last night... more
    There's been a serious two-vehicle crash on Arapaepae Road in Levin
    23 Apr: There's been a serious two-vehicle crash on Arapaepae Road in Levin... more
    Police ara trying to establish what happened in the Manawatu town of Shannon to leave a man seriously injured
    20 Apr: Police ara trying to establish what happened in the Manawatu town of Shannon to leave a man seriously injured... more
    Police want to hear from any witnesses to a teenage girl being followed by a man in Havelock North
    20 Apr: Police want to hear from any witnesses to a teenage girl being followed by a man in Havelock North... more
    State Highway 2 near Pakipaki in Hawke's Bay has reopened following a three-car crash earlier this evening
    14 Apr: State Highway 2 near Pakipaki in Hawke's Bay has reopened following a three-car crash earlier this evening... more
    A large amount of methamphetamine, cash and a firearm have been seized during a police raid in Napier
    14 Apr: A large amount of methamphetamine, cash and a firearm have been seized during a police raid in Napier... more
    Roadworks could be more common place on State Highway two between Carterton and Masterton
    12 Apr: Roadworks could be more common place on State Highway two between Carterton and Masterton... more

     Most Popular Recent Lower North Island News
     19 Jun: In headlines +++++++++++++
     20 Jun: A child remains in a critical condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital, after being found at a Masterton home last Thursday with 'non-accidental' injuries ++++++++
     08 Jun: Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash near Palmerston North +++++++
     14 Jun: It's been another night of heavy rain and strong winds in many parts of the country +++++++
     12 Jun: An operation targeting illegal street racing saw three people arrested and four vehicles impounded in Palmerston North last night +++++++
     18 Jun: An investigation is now underway after the assault of a three-month-old baby ++++++
     19 Jun: Illegal street racing and anti-social behaviour across Hawkes Bay last night met a speedy response from Police, ++++++

     Lower North Island NewsLinks
      4 Jul: Fire crisis: breakdown leaves lower north island with no high ladder fire trucks (NZ Herald)
      2 Jul: 'disgusting', 'lower than low': plaques stolen from war vets' graves (NZ Herald)
      14 Jun: Transport minister leaves door open for 22 new electric trains in lower north island (NZ Herald)
      13 Jun: Thousands of properties affected by power outages in north island (NZ Herald)
      13 Jun: Winter weather: thunderstorms, strong wind and downpours ahead (RadioNZ)
      11 Jun: Wild weather and storms expected until monday (RadioNZ)
      10 Jun: Wild weather: thunderstorms bring heavy rain, power cuts in lower north island (RadioNZ)
      10 Jun: Live weather updates: thunderstorms bring heavy rain, power cuts in lower north island (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Auckland:
    Two people are in a moderate condition after an early morning crash on an Auckland motorway off-ramp 9:29

    International:
    Nick Kyrgios makes his first career grand slam semifinal at Wimbledon with victory over Cristian Garín 9:19

    Entertainment:
    Samantha Barks felt "drunk on love" at her wedding 9:08

    Entertainment:
    Kyle Richards is "not a fan" of the word "housewife" because it is an "outdated" term 8:38

    Rugby:
    Damian McKenzie will make his New Zealand rugby return on Friday in Invercargill ahead of the All Blacks hosting Ireland on Saturday in Dunedin 8:19

    Law and Order:
    Two men have been arrested in relation to a fire at Tauranga Historic Village last month 8:19

    Health & Safety:
    A warning that we're in a constant game of catch-up, with new variants of Covid-19 8:09

    Entertainment:
    A 'Minions' inspired TikTok trend forced a cinema to refund customers more than £1,300 8:08

    Politics:
    Penny Wong calls on China to exert influence on Russia to help end Ukraine conflict 7:59

    Business:
    Falling interest rates could give consumers a much-needed kick of confidence 7:59

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