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17/06/2019 -: Changes to the registry wedding ceremony process
06/06/2019 -: Things Kiwis try to raffle – and why some might be breaking the law
05/06/2019 -: Army tank raffle withdrawn
28/05/2019 -: New Zealand Poet Laureate Award – call for public nominations
17/05/2019 -: Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa takes retro tech lovers back to the future
17/05/2019 -: First quarter pokie statistics
16/05/2019 -: Rip It Up live on Papers Past
16/05/2019 -: Consultation on Fire and Emergency New Zealand Dispute Resolution Scheme open until 30 May 2019
10/05/2019 -: Police acknowledge sentencing of Stewart Permain
10/05/2019 -: National Commemorative Service at Pukeahu to mark 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Cassino
09/05/2019 -: Will the new royal baby cause a naming trend of royal proportions?
08/05/2019 -: SmartStart could save the wait for baby Sussex’s name
01/05/2019 -: Home detention and community work for child sex abuse materials
24/04/2019 -: Rogue security operator convicted and fined for unlicensed security work
23/04/2019 -: Consultation on Fire and Emergency New Zealand Dispute Resolution Scheme open until 14 May 2019
04/04/2019 -: The Department of Internal Affairs recommends intervention in Westland District Council
04/04/2019 -: Request for information from approved boxing and wrestling associations
02/04/2019 -: Police acknowledge sentencing of James Nielsen
28/03/2019 -: Chief Archivist announces disposal moratorium on records relevant to Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions
27/03/2019 -: Gambling Regulator announces first prosecution for failing to identify a problem gambler
25/03/2019 -: Donations advice in the wake of the Christchurch attacks
22/03/2019 -: We need to understand each other this Race Relations Day
22/03/2019 -: The Department of Internal Affairs urges people and organisations to remain vigilant
15/03/2019 -: Sharing of Christchurch shooting video likely to be against the law
01/03/2019 -: Fourth quarter pokie statistics
28/02/2019 -: Gamblers spend $49 million more in FY 2017/18
22/02/2019 -: Government seeks public views on charities legislation
12/02/2019 -: Applications for new Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust funding round now open
01/02/2019 -: Charities Act review: community meeting dates and locations released today
28/01/2019 -: Ordering certificates online now easier than ever

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