Three laptops stolen from National Party Headquarters

Three laptops stolen from National Party Headquarters

Sourced Content Auckland, January 20, 2020 National Party Deputy Leader Paula Bennett said that the Party’s Auckland headquarters were broken into over the weekend, with three laptops stolen. Bennett said the burglary was discovered by staff this morning and reported to Police. She said that the break-in triggered an alarm at the office building on Great South Road in Greenlane,…

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Let not Marmite travel with you, warns Aviation Security

Let not Marmite travel with you, warns Aviation Security

Ruth Hill, Wellington, January 20, 2020 Guns, knives, cans of petrol, fireworks and even jars of Marmite are just some of the contraband items regularly picked up by airport security screening in New Zealand. Figures supplied by the Aviation Security Service show that 713 “guns” (a category that includes gun parts, replicas and toys), 3303 explosives and tens of thousands…

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Kainga Ora’s borrowing limit lifted by $4 billion

Kainga Ora’s borrowing limit lifted by  billion

Bernard Hickey Wellington, January 20, 2020 The Government is gearing up to announce in an election year that it will borrow $4 billion more to almost double its plans for state house building, Bernard Hickey reports exclusively The Government has quietly lifted the borrowing limit for the newly formed Kainga Ora social housing agency by $4.05 billion to $7.1 billion…

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