Watch this St John Video, you may save a life

St John, Auckland, October 20, 2018 www.facebook.com/StJohnNewZealand/videos/254134878638623/ A person may collapse, resulting in the need for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). How you can help: Assess dangers Only approach the collapsed person if you believe that it is safe to do so. Check for any danger in the immediate area, especially traffic, electrical hazards, etc.. Is the patient responsive? If it is…

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Bainimarama opens new diplomatic Chapter with Australia

Bainimarama opens new diplomatic Chapter with Australia

New Consulate and Trade Commission office inaugurated in Sydney Venkat Raman (Indian Newslink) Sydney, October 20, 2018 Fijian Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama has said that it was time to leave behind the past differences with Australia and move forward, concerting efforts to increase mutually rewarding bilateral trade and friendly relations. Frank Bainimarama speaks about Fiji-Australia ties His wife Mary…

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Police chase around Auckland leads to two arrests

Police chase around Auckland leads to two arrests

Tusha Penny (INL Picture) Auckland, October 19, 2018 Police have arrested two males following a serious fleeing driver incident that occurred across Auckland today. The incident began at 11.42 am after Police Officers were conducting enquiries at an address in Blockhouse Bay regarding a wanted person, who had an active warrant to arrest for escaping custody. As Police were leaving…

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Peters accuses National of ‘Cash for Candidacy Policy’

Peters accuses National of ‘Cash for Candidacy Policy’

Gia Garrick RNZ Wellington, October 19, 2018 The National Party has opened itself up to the accusation that influence in politics can be bought, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has said. In the phone recording Jami-Lee Ross released this week of a conversation he had with National leader Simon Bridges, the pair discussed a relation of a wealthy Chinese businessman…

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