NZ@Noon: 'Lundy Three Hundy' + 'Speedo Cop'

Nic Miller's event has been condemned.
Nic Miller's event has been condemned.

The 'Lundy Three Hundy' in Wanganui and a 'Speedo Cop' in Napier are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today.

A Wanganui man who has come under fire for organising the 'Lundy Three Hundy' insists the race is 'all in fun'.

A Napier police constable has the honour of being 'Speedo Cop for the day' after stripping to his undies to check a submerged stolen car.

Mel Hunter, police officer, wades out to check the submerged car found in Napier yesterday.  Photo / Supplied
Mel Hunter, police officer, wades out to check the submerged car found in Napier yesterday. Photo / Supplied

Staff at a Rotorua timber mill have been told to start looking for new jobs.

A Tauranga teenager hopes he can create a world record with a mass dive bombing event.

Louis Gordon jumps off Bridge Marina with his brother Dom.  Photo / Joel Ford
Louis Gordon jumps off Bridge Marina with his brother Dom. Photo / Joel Ford

Firefighters and helicopters battled a scrub fire near the Putangirua Pinnacles.

Check out the photos below.

And finally, do you know this man? Apparently he has stolen a 'substantial amount of money' from an elderly Northland woman.

Do you know this man?
Do you know this man?

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