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Archaeologist continue their dig, after items were found while a foot path was being constructed on Maxwells Rd near Pillans School. Photo/John Borren
Archaeologist continue their dig, after items were found while a foot path was being constructed on Maxwells Rd near Pillans School. Photo/John Borren

You clicked them: this week's most read stories.

Read: Dying mum's last wish granted
A new mother dying of cancer got a send off from a NZ band via private skype performance.

Read: Major historical find in Otumoetai
An archaeological site was uncovered during roadworks in Pillans Point, find out what they discovered.

Charlie Nicholson and Ryder taken last week when they returned from Australia. Photo/Supplied
Charlie Nicholson and Ryder taken last week when they returned from Australia. Photo/Supplied

Read: Festival beat not sweet for all
The One Love Festival was a day to remember, but not all were happy with the festival's music levels.

Read: Regulation change irks pool owner

New safety regulations for private home pools has upset at least one Papamoa man. Does you pool meet requirements?

Read: Head-on crash near Waihi
Three rescue helicopters were dispatched to SH2 after a serious head-on car collision.

Music fans gather at the One Love Festival. Photo/George Novak
Music fans gather at the One Love Festival. Photo/George Novak

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