Groundswell is calling for more "common sense" on the issue of freshwater regulations.
The 500-kilogram beast left him with abdominal and rib injuries.
A Mid-Canterbury dairy farm that is offering staff flexible work hours is seeing major benefits from the change.
The excess vaccines led to an impromptu roll-out, which was applauded by the Government.
Incomes are down hundreds of thousands of dollars, impacting the wider communities.
But the city council says its cost can no longer be justified.
Residents want their side heard when consents are considered.
Tracy Graham hasn't been seen for nearly two days.
Diggers and dozens of firefighters fought the blaze throughout yesterday.
The show gets students involved to prompt the teens to make real changes on the road.
A car is seen crossing the centre line several times and nearly hits an oncoming vehicle.
The ruling is a win for the homeowners, but some things are lost forever.
The community is being asked to help identify the offenders.
It will develop technology that extracts edible proteins from New Zealand-grown green leafy crops.
Fire and Emergency's advising locals to keep doors and windows closed to avoid smoke inhalation.
"It looks like it was absolute negligence by whoever it was that produced this system."
The fire, near Castle Hill, has burned through 300 hectares of vegetation.
The Canterbury DHB is apologising to 716 people for an error in the software used in a medical appointment system.
They've added a bit of light to their locked-down London lives.
Fire and Emergency NZ is warning hunters and trampers to take extreme care.
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