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  1. Date Night at Maccas Fine with AucklandersRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 14 | Scoop

    Auckland 11 September, 2014 - A recent survey by Canstar Blue has shown that 38% of Aucklanders think it's acceptable to be taken on a date to a fast food restaurant. Men and women have similar views about the suitability of quick service joints for date nights, says Canstar New Zealand, General Manager, Derek Bonnar.

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  2. Treasury risk manager leaps from Microsoft Access to Azure cloudRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | ZDNet

    ... best way to deliver for the best cost, he said. Rob O'Neill is a writer for CBS Interactive based in Auckland, New Zealand covering business and enterprise technology for ZDNet. Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter . It's the ...

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  3. Safer, quicker, better transport with NationalRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 14 | Scoop

    A re-elected National Government would continue underpinning a strong economy through delivery of well-rounded and high quality transport infrastructure, National Transport Spokesman Gerry Brownlee announced today. "Over the past six years National has invested heavily in our transport infrastructure, following a period of under-investment by the previous Labour Government," Mr Brownlee says.

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  4. Point Resolution Bridge wins awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | Stuff.co.nz

    The Point Resolution Bridge linking Tamaki Drive and the Parnell Baths was selected in this year's International Architecture Award, run by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. The bridge was conceived as a series of three sculpted arches, supporting and cradling a pedestrian deck, which is cantilevered over the harbour to provide a viewing platform.

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  5. Precious park gifted to Super CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | The New Zealand Herald

    Te Uri o Hau members Georgina Connelly, Russell Kemp and Rawson Wright with Mace Ward. Picture / Brett Phibbs Aucklanders have been gifted a new $5 million-plus conservation reserve the size of Cornwall Park, spanning a 10km beachfront at Te Arai near Mangawhai.

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  6. High house prices 'a choice'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Southland Times

    New Zealand's high housing prices are "a choice", with building affordable housing in Auckland "basically illegal" under current settings, National finance spokesman Bill English says. At the opening session, for finance leaders, English said the audience would be familiar with the recent Economist report showing New Zealand had some of the most expensive house prices in the world.

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  7. Impact of dairy farming a key election issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | The New Zealand Herald

    National believes dairy can continue to expand and environmental impacts can be controlled by fencing rivers and retiring farmland around waterways. Photo / Steven McNicholl New Zealanders are evenly divided about whether farmers are moving quickly enough to reduce their impact on the environment, a Herald -DigiPoll survey shows.

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  8. Why renting's good for Aucklanders - for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | The New Zealand Herald

    Renting rather than buying looks like a good proposition for many in the Auckland property market, at least in the next 12 months. The yawning gap between Auckland property values and rents looks set to widen as landlords struggle to boost their rents in the wake of interest rate increases.

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  9. The week ends early for most KiwisRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Stuff.co.nz

    Kiwis are known to be a hard-working bunch but new research shows even New Zealanders have a tendency to start winding down before they punch out on a Friday as the weekend starts to beckon. The survey by Colmar Brunton of more than 1000 New Zealanders found the average working Kiwi starts switching to a lower gear at 3.29pm on a Friday, finishes work at 4.04pm and switches off for the weekend an hour later.

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  10. Luxury Vacationers Trading PlacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Wall Street Journal

    ... Africa's Stellenbosch wine country-and an "amazing" house "set in pristine rain forest" one hour from Auckland, New Zealand. "Our experiences have been fabulous," she said. Diana and Douglas Gray on vacation. 'When I think back on the incredible ...

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  11. Magnolias herald spring's arrivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | The New Zealand Herald

    When I arrived back in Auckland, the difference in temperature to Wellington was blatantly apparent. The previous afternoon we had been in Eastbourne on the outskirts of the capital and cut our beach excursion to five minutes because of the cold southerly.

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  12. Fishery Officers smash major paua poaching ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | Scoop

    In the early hours of this morning more than 130 Fishery Officers supported by around 70 Police began simultaneous enforcement actions in Auckland, Wellington, Opotiki and Hastings as the final phase of Operation PAID. With regard to paua poaching this is the largest investigation ever to be centred on Wellington and is the largest operation of its kind since 2002.

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  13. Mitch Evans gets podium finish at Monza GP2Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | Stuff.co.nz

    New Zealand driver Mitch Evans has claimed another podium finish in the GP2 series, finishing third in the feature race at Monza in Italy. Qualifying third, Evans made a strong start today but couldn't make head roads into the pace of Stoffel Vandoorne, who took the win, and Arthur Pic.

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  14. Paul Little: Why is money-laundering act stalled?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | The New Zealand Herald

    The All Blacks' Ben Smith in last month's Bledisloe Cup triumph - but winning isn't everything. Photo / Brett Phibbs Why has the Anti-Money Laundering Act/Financial Transactions Reporting Act not reached its second phase? What is disturbing about the Government over the past three years is how it cut costs and did not generate sustainable sources of revenue and growth.

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  15. Millie speaks of 'unbreakable bond'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | Stuff.co.nz

    CALL FOR CALM: Millie Elder-Holmes, pictured at the funeral service of her partner Connor Morris, has asked family, friends and supporters to curb aggressive comments. Millie Elder-Holmes wants closure - and letting the public hear the name of the man accused of murdering her boyfriend Connor Morris could be the first step in that.

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  16. Second-Half Tallies Lift 'Cats Over QU, 2-0Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2014 | Northwestern University

    ... set up by Brandon Medina's corner kick. It was the sixth career goal for the standout defender from Auckland, New Zealand. With less than a minute remaining, junior Joey Calistri tacked on an insurance goal in transition -- the 22nd score of his ...

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  17. TFC brings 'Galing ng Filipino' to Australia, NZRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 6 | ABS-CBN News

    ... month, the 'One Kapamilya Go' (OKGo!) will be held at the Victory Convention Centre, Freemans Bay in Auckland, New Zealand on September 26, and at the Rosehill Racecourse, James Ruse Drive, Rosehill, New South Wales on September 28. Averion said ...

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  18. Leading Our PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | Southland Times

    CLIMATE OF CONCERN: Scientists Mike Rudge, left, and Lionel Carter are concerned about the fate of Te Papa's natural history collection. Te Papa's recent choice of a foreign chief executive could hardly be described as a conspicuous success.

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  19. Self-publish and be damnedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | The New Zealand Herald

    Sometimes it's the only way to get in print, and sometimes it's the best way to keep control of your work. James Russell charts the rise of self-publishing.

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  20. Retiring means being old, wise and happyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | The New Zealand Herald

    Betty Somerville, aged 91, is a picture of health and happiness and says life is what you make of it. Photo / Dean Purcell The study by the Oddfellows organisation in Britain found the proportion who were "very happy" was more than twice as high in the over-70s, compared with people in their 50s.

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