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    Tauranga-based North Island Mussels Limited's processing plant in Greerton will close, resulting in 139 job losses
     12 June 2024
    Tauranga-based North Island Mussels Limited's processing plant in Greerton will close, resulting in 139 job losses
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    The Hurricanes have lost impressive front-rower Xavier Numia, but gained All Blacks tighthead prop Tyrel Lomax for their Super Rugby semi-final against an unchanged Chiefs side in the capital
    12 Jun: The Hurricanes have lost impressive front-rower Xavier Numia, but gained All Blacks tighthead prop Tyrel Lomax for their Super Rugby semi-final against an unchanged Chiefs side in the capital... more
    Ticket sales for the Hurricanes' first home Super Rugby semi-final in eight years are approaching the 20-thousand mark
    12 Jun: Ticket sales for the Hurricanes' first home Super Rugby semi-final in eight years are approaching the 20-thousand mark... more
    A central Wellington business says disruptive construction work's forcing them out of their shop
    11 Jun: A central Wellington business says disruptive construction work's forcing them out of their shop... more
    Patently insufficient: a new intellectual property treaty does little to protect Maori traditional knowledge
    10 Jun: The newly signed global Treaty on Intellectual Property, Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge might improve the patent system, but is unlikely to improve protection of Indigenous knowledge itself.... more
    Motorists are being warned weather conditions could cause driving hazards in the lower North and upper South Islands today
    9 Jun: Motorists are being warned weather conditions could cause driving hazards in the lower North and upper South Islands today... more
    The Hurricanes and Blues are sweating on the fitness of key players as they look ahead to the Super Rugby semifinals
    9 Jun: The Hurricanes and Blues are sweating on the fitness of key players as they look ahead to the Super Rugby semifinals... more
    Invercargill's unveiled a new attraction - paying homage to one of the world's rarest reptiles
    8 Jun: Invercargill's unveiled a new attraction - paying homage to one of the world's rarest reptiles... more
    Predicted major flooding in Sydney has sparked evacuation calls as rivers continue to rise. This follows days of heavy rain in parts of New South Wales
    8 Jun: Predicted major flooding in Sydney has sparked evacuation calls as rivers continue to rise. This follows days of heavy rain in parts of New South Wales... more
    Closer to home, heavy rain is expected to thrash some parts of the South Island - with surface flooding and slips possible
    8 Jun: Closer to home, heavy rain is expected to thrash some parts of the South Island - with surface flooding and slips possible... more

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     26 May: Second deadly fire in India kills six infants at children's hospital in Delhi ++++++++
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