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.
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.