Stories from the regions include a fire in Featherston gutting a historic dairy, and a Whangarei mother leaves her baby in the car while she burgled a house.

A fire claims the last dairy in Featherston.

Family members of a man killed on a building site earlier this year are angry they heard of charges laid in relation to his death only through media.

A Whangarei mother left her baby in her car while she burgled a home.

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Vera Stewart said she felt terrible that money and raffle tickets for the Cancer Society were stolen while she was fundraising. Photo/Stephen Parker.
Vera Stewart said she felt terrible that money and raffle tickets for the Cancer Society were stolen while she was fundraising. Photo/Stephen Parker.

An 80-year-old Rotorua woman is still in shock after the theft of money and raffle tickets she was selling for the Cancer Society.

A Tauranga security officer is accused of trying to arrange for someone to kill his parents.

Finally a Wanganui man finds 92-year-old shield and returns it.

Pat Williams (left) and Eris Walker have been thrilled at the resurfacing of a 1921 shield for a children's choir. Photo/Stuart Munro
Pat Williams (left) and Eris Walker have been thrilled at the resurfacing of a 1921 shield for a children's choir. Photo/Stuart Munro