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    A council candidate in the local body election believes Rotorua's parking system is complicated, and is turning people off using city shops
     20 July 2019
    A council candidate in the local body election believes Rotorua's parking system is complicated, and is turning people off using city shops
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    You'll no longer get a warning saying "flight selling out" as you book cheap seats on Air New Zealand
    19 Jul: You'll no longer get a warning saying "flight selling out" as you book cheap seats on Air New Zealand... more
    Prosecutions for alleged false sign ups for the fees-free programme
    19 Jul: Prosecutions for alleged false sign ups for the fees-free programme... more
    Australian writer Yang Hengjun looks set to be charged by Chinese authorities
    18 Jul: His Chinese wife is served a formal notice of charges in Beijing, one day ahead of a six-month deadline to either charge Yang Hengjun, release him or extend his detention.... more
    Victim advocacy groups are delighted by a push they say would protect children from convicted sex offenders
    18 Jul: Victim advocacy groups are delighted by a push they say would protect children from convicted sex offenders... more
    Getting out of the car could have as much health gain as targets to reduce smoking
    18 Jul: Getting out of the car could have as much health gain as targets to reduce smoking... more
    Teachers are urging the government to pump more money into Novopay so they can receive their pay rises sooner
    18 Jul: Teachers are urging the government to pump more money into Novopay so they can receive their pay rises sooner... more
    Crime does pay, and the 45 million dollars from the proceeds of crime in the Government coffers are being opened up for bids
    17 Jul: Crime does pay, and the 45 million dollars from the proceeds of crime in the Government coffers are being opened up for bids... more
    The Government is encouraging furniture makers to stop using highly flammable foam
    17 Jul: The Government is encouraging furniture makers to stop using highly flammable foam... more
    The Early Childhood Council says a new pay deal could result in problems within the sector
    17 Jul: The Early Childhood Council says a new pay deal could result in problems within the sector... more

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      19 Jul: This week: 'the end of an error' (BBCWorld)
      19 Jul: Nominations now open for local government elections (voxy.co.nz)
      19 Jul: Comment: local government not as sexy as the beehive, but still important (NZ Herald)
      18 Jul: Thinking about running for whanganui council? - come hear what it's like (voxy.co.nz)
      17 Jul: Leighton smith podcast episode 25, july 17th (NZ Herald)
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