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    It may be straight to the answer machine for those calling for help while travelling along Wellington's yet-to-be opened Transmission Gully

    It may be straight to the answer machine for those calling for help while travelling along Wellington's yet-to-be opened Transmission Gully


    Waka Kotahi's confirmed there are sections along the motorway that have no cellphone coverage.

    A spokesperson says they're now in discussions with mobile providers about installing additional cellular towers in the future.

    And police are reportedly looking to extend their radio coverage In order to improve emergency response capabilities...

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    The Coroner's investigating whether the death of Maori All Blacks and Chiefs Super Rugby player Sean Wainui may have been a suicide More...


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    Fonterra has upped its forecast pay-out to farmers, which is expected to pump 13 billion dollars into regional New Zealand More...



     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    Simon Le Bon thinks Duran Duran's sudden rise to fame was "very weird" 12:50

    Law and Order:
    The Coroner's investigating whether the death of Maori All Blacks and Chiefs Super Rugby player Sean Wainui may have been a suicide 12:24

    Entertainment:
    Cardi B feels unimpressed by everything because she's already "done it all" 12:20

    Law and Order:
    The man convicted of murdering sex worker Mellory Manning has had his charges dismissed 11:54

    Entertainment:
    Alec Baldwin is “shocked and saddened” after a prop gun he fired on the set of his new movie 'Rust' accidentally fatally killed the project’s cinematographer 11:50

    Cricket:
    IPL bidding war see Ahmedabad and Lucknow teams bought for more than $2 billion 11:34

    Entertainment:
    James Gunn says his "heart goes out" to everyone affected after the tragic death of Halyna Hutchins 11:20

    Rugby:
    Former All Black Liam Squire's revealed his dyslexia often left him stressed and exhausted before test matches 11:04

    Entertainment:
    Dame Joan Collins thinks William Shatner's recent space journey was foolish 10:50

    Golf:
    Lydia Ko has climbed one spot to seventh in the women's golf rankings after finishing third in Korea at the weekend 10:44


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