NZ at Noon: Mysterious bones and a horrible discovery

Old Bones found by council workers at the Heads rd cemetery....
Old Bones found by council workers at the Heads rd cemetery....

Stories making headlines around the regions include a company preying on the vulnerable and a mysterious find in Wanganui causes an investigation.

An Australian company has been accused of "preying on the vulnerable" in Bay of Plenty.

A mystery surrounds a chilly find yesterday.

Rotorua features unwillingly in a top 10 list.

A West Coast woman made a horrible discovery in Greymouth.

A group of College students in the Bay of Plenty will be caged today.

Drugs with a high street value are seized from addresses in Dunedin and South Otago.

A Tauranga resident and father of three will appear on television.

A state-of-the-art lighting system is set to be unveiled tonight.

At Whangarei computer whiz helps older people hook in to modern technology while a Whangarei car dealership has won a national award.

Aucklanders are soon to experience a new international craze.

Other stories making headlines around the regions today:
A Whangarei man hopes to avoid a conviction for drink-driving
Dunedin could lose more jobs
Rugby players to help the fight against bullies
A fire service and developers clashed at a hearing in Gisborne
Kiwi band Soljah will be performing in Rotorua
Students at a primary school recover from a fire
There will be rock 'n' roll, say the Datsuns

- NZ Herald

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