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Top StorySYNTHONY No.3
SYNTHONY is back! Wellington, your time has come.
Wellington | Friday, 22 October 2021
22.10.2021 Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Experts react to traffic light system for opening up with vaccines
Experts say the Government's new "traffic light" framework shows vaccination rates are paramount in fighting Delta and keeping the country safe from Covid-19.New Zealand will move to the traffic light system to manage Covid when...
Two helicopters are being used to battle a scrub fire in Lower Hutt.Fire and emergency were called to the blaze in Naenae near Wilkie Crescent just after 4pm. Huge fire in Lower Hutt. pic.twitter.com/Z8f8mTJ4Xr — Amber...
A pedestrian has been seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle on SH2 in Central Hawke's Bay.Emergency services were called to the scene near Otane about 4.25pm. A police spokeswoman said one person had been seriously injured."The...
22.10.2021 Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Māori Party lays formal complaint with Speaker Trevor Mallard over vaccination comments
Originally published by Māori Television Te Pāti Māori has laid a formal complaint with Trevor Mallard, Parliament's speaker, saying he colluded with the Government to attack Māori leaders as the reason Māori...
Outdoor picnics and catch ups may be in the plans for many Aucklanders this long Labour weekend, but the weather won't be playing ball.MetService is forecasting some wet and humid weather for the big city and, in fact, for most...
Roughly nine kilograms of dried cannabis buried in underground storage pits were dug up by Waikato Police executing a search warrant at a rural Matamata property on Tuesday.As well as the buried cannabis, hundreds of immature cannabis...
Assets totalling around $3.5 million have been seized by Police in a series of raids executed on a New Zealand drug and money laundering network.The restrained assets include six properties, a catamaran, a yacht, a leisure boat,...
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