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New Zealand winter hiking tips

By   /  July 13, 2017  /  24/7 News, Camping, Conservation, Department of Conservation, Environment, hiking, National parks, New Zealand Government, Public Sector, Recreation, Regions, safety, traping, Walking/hiking/tramping, winter  /  Comments Off on New Zealand winter hiking tips

MIL OSI – Source: Department of Conservation – Release/Statement Headline: New Zealand winter hiking tips  “The mountain’s not going anywhere. If I play it safe today I can always come back and try again and again” – Sorrel, Ranger, Egmont National Park Visitor Centre Exploring New Zealand’s winter wilderness is an experience like no other. You’ll […]

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Maritime Union, Labour & Greens Call for Action on Methyl Bromide

By   /  May 29, 2017  /  24/7 News, Blog, Campaigns, Green Party, In the news, Labour Party, Maritime Union of New Zealand, Media Releases, Methyl bromide, New Zealand, Opposition Parties, poison, Press Release, safety, Unions  /  Comments Off on Maritime Union, Labour & Greens Call for Action on Methyl Bromide

MIL OSI – Source: Maritime Union of New Zealand – Release/Statement Headline: Maritime Union, Labour & Greens Call for Action on Methyl Bromide Press releases were issued this morning by the Maritime Union of New Zealand, and our allies in the Labour and Green Parties. They are reprinted below.  The Maritime Union of New Zealand […]

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Taking children into care is always a last resort

By   /  October 28, 2016  /  24/7 News, care, child, children, Family, Ministry of Social Development, New Zealand Government, Public Sector, safety, Social Issues, Youth  /  Comments Off on Taking children into care is always a last resort

MIL OSI – Source: Ministry of Social Development 2 – Release/Statement Headline: Taking children into care is always a last resort 28 October 2016. Please attribute the following to Murray Edridge, Deputy Chief Executive, Child, Youth and Family: We expect anyone with concerns about the safety of a child to contact Child, Youth and Family […]

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