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1 November 2017 4:02 PM 30 year plan for Auckland's ports unveiled

Cars causing an eyesore on Auckland's waterfront could finally be covered up. Ports of Auckland has unwrapped its draft 30-year master plan, including a five-storey parking building topped with a one-hectare waterfront park. Chief Executive Tony Gibson said the proposed building kills two birds with one stone. "What we're saying is actually people don't 221

27 October 2017 8:37 PM Australian Constitution to come under fire

THERE’S a good lesson to be learnt from the ‘Citizenship Seven’ constitutional crisis, but it’s not the one the government will take heed of. GET set for some unabashed vilification of the Australian Constitution. The purpose will be to absolve Barnaby Joyce of incompetence as he faces the voters of New England for the second time in 15 months but the first 165

18 October 2017 12:13 AM AA survey reveals shocking stats about our driving

AA Driving School's latest survey shows a third of New Zealanders feel unsafe while driving and most say they don't have confidence in other drivers. 85% of the nearly three thousand AA members surveyed say they saw other motorists exceed the speed limit, while 64% saw motorists drift out of a lane. Other complaints from over 60 percent are motorists 59

14 October 2017 10:23 PM Violence. Threats. Begging. Harvey Weinstein’s 30-year pattern of abuse in Hollywood

In 1984, Harvey Weinstein was 32 years old and making one of his first real feature films, on location outside of Scranton, Pennsylvania. It was a comedy called "Playing for Keeps," featuring a not-yet-famous Marisa Tomei, and the mood on set was anxious. Weinstein was foul-mouthed and domineering. He sparred routinely with his younger brother, Bob, his co-director 138

12 October 2017 4:55 PM Dob in mobility park cheats with new app

A new app allowing people with restricted mobility to more easily find disabled car parks and dob in those using them illegally has spread to Wellington. Already launched in Christchurch on October 1, the Access Aware app allows users to share information about where handy mobility parks are located. But it also allows them to fire off alerts when they spot parking 53

11 October 2017 11:53 PM Clamp deadline for Tongariro hikers

If you’re planning on parking your car at the start of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in order to hike the 19km trail, you might have to work really hard on your fitness. Hikers will have only four hours to do the 19km trail through the national park in the central North Island as parking restrictions come into force. The Department of Conservation has introduced 52

11 October 2017 7:42 PM Clamping cars is archaic, should be banned

A consumer advocate says New Zealand needs to do away with the archaic practice of clamping cars. An Auckland couple's had to fork out $800 to remove a wheel clamp, after parking at a Ponsonby business after hours. Consumer New Zealand said the property owner can legally charge as much as they like. But researcher Jessica Wilson told Mike Hosking that shouldn't 47

11 October 2017 3:11 PM What Will Happen to Harvey Weinstein, Legally?

Over the last few days, allegations that Harvey Weinstein subjected scores of women to a grotesque roundelay of unwanted sexual behavior have staggered into public view like skeletons from a very deep, very dark showbiz closet. There are accounts that he groped some of the women, exposed himself and masturbated in front of others; received or performed 131

8 October 2017 4:08 PM Belfast Cathedral is hosting a special service just for your PETS

All creatures great and small are welcome to the special blessing event If you've always wanted to take your pet along to Sunday service then you won't want to miss this. St Anne's Cathedra l is hosting a special Pets' Service on Sunday, October 15 and all creatures great and small are welcome to attend. Dizzy dogs, cautious cats, reluctant rabbits and happy 60

8 October 2017 3:35 PM Nate makes 2nd landfall in Mississippi, weakens while spreading heavy rainfall inland

Hurricane Nate made a second landfall early Sunday in Mississippi, the first hurricane to make landfall in the state since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, after cutting a deadly path through Central America that left at least 21 people dead. Nate roared ashore with maximum sustained winds near 85 mph, but weakened later to a tropical depression as it moved 250