NZ@Noon: Charity thefts and court nip slip

Salvation Army Captain Brian Martin
Salvation Army Captain Brian Martin

Stories happening across the regions today include the Rotorua Salvation Army being hit by thieves for the second time since Christmas and a nipple is flashed in court during an apology.

The Rotorua Salvation Army has been the target of thieves again.

'HEALTHY' WINE? The Government and wine industry are working together to develop "lifestyle" wines. Photo/File
'HEALTHY' WINE? The Government and wine industry are working together to develop "lifestyle" wines. Photo/File

A $17 million research project into developing low-alcohol, low-calorie wine won't have much input from Wairarapa wineries.

Hawke's Bay boy racers ask for a drag strip to stop illegal racing.

Police are appealing for help in catching three teenage boys who snatched a tourist's bag in Paihia.

An apology in a Wanganui Court was accompanied by a 'nip slip'.

Sand dredged from Tauranga harbour could be used to transform a number of inner city beaches.

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