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It was one of NZ's most iconic events - now gone forever
The PM on how NZ's general population will be vaccinated.
Mayor says a voice problem is at the centre of his troubles
Shadbolt says health issue stops him ‘defending’ himself
PM Jacinda Ardern reveals Covid-19 vaccine plan for group 4
Great Walks open for bookings with 'unprecedented demand'
Qtown fatal chopper crash "not acceptable"
Expert staff at risk due to visa rules - ski boss
Government: Up to $8,600 off new electric vehicles
Mt Hutt skifield becomes first in South Island to open
New Zealand's use of coal for electricity generation surges
Lake accident changes needed after Qtown skydiver death
Hospitality: sector in peril, visa changes not enough
10,000 workers get visa extension for 6 months
New MIQ cases - one in hospital
QLDC has now explained over $378,000 of supermarket shopping
Editorial: In a perfect world QLDC would comply with their own rules
Months after Crux asked questions, managers did not follow the rules
Sir Eion was a key philanthropist and supporter of major sports events
An online forum has defined the goals of the Upper Clutha power project
Editorial: This by-election result is a sign of things to come
The by-election was contested by two candidates with very different perspectives
The Environment Court will decide whether the 52-bedroom hotel will proceed.
Postal voting has hit by election turnout - with no change in sight.
July 31 - and the event is free to attend.
Crux has now received a response from QLDC that is published below**
From the Office of Grant Robertson - Deputy PM and Minister for Sport.
Early last year when Crux, and later elected councillors,...
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A Crux Investigation.
Emails released to Crux under official information l...
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