Stories making headlines around the regions today include a man who threw a knife at a mother and child who has been arrested and a "distraught" veteran who came home to find his TV had been stolen.
The man who threw a knife at a passing car carrying a mother and her daughter in Wanganui has been arrested.
An 87-year-old World War II veteran came home to find his Featherston house broken into and his TV gone.
The mystery surrounding the death of 32-year-old Rawene woman Barbara Moka has deepened.
An $11 million fund has been set up to compensate Bay businesses hit by the Rena disaster.
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Hundreds of people converged on Te Arawa's paramount marae to farewell Maureen Waaka.
About a dozen signs accusing Tauranga City Council of destroying green space popped up around Pilot Bay yesterday.
The father of 6-year-old twins who broke their wrists when a blow-up slide blew away hopes lessons have been learned from the incident.
Omanaia sisters Lana and Harmony Korewha both became first-time mums at Hokianga Hospital in Rawene on June 18.
The days of Napier's Hinepare Accommodation Centre are finally over.
A specialised care programme for children with disabilities has been forced from its home in South Dunedin.
Police have arrested and charged a 17-year-old youth in relation to a series of burglaries in the Hastings area.
Finally, Whangarei Intermediate has clinched the Stage Challenge trophy for the second year in a row.
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