NZ@Noon: Noise Cameras, beehive thief and P lab explosion

The noise camera and acoustic device that detects and photographs offending vehicles. Photo/Andrew Warner
The noise camera and acoustic device that detects and photographs offending vehicles. Photo/Andrew Warner

Stories happening across the regions today include: New cameras that measure noise are being trialled in Tauranga, a Wanganui a man in court after finding his wife in bed with someone underneath it, a man accused of stealing beehives and a P lab explosion in Northland.

A revolutionary noise camera is being trialled in Tauranga.

Two people have been injured in a P lab explosion in Northland.

"Sparks from a stone" caused a grass fire on a Maraekakaho farm.

A Rotorua police officer's car has a close call after he is sent to intercept an alleged drunk driver.

A Wanganui man has appeared in court after he allegedly hurt his wife after finding her in bed, with someone beneath it.

And in Masteron a man has appeared in court accused of stealing beehives and equipment valued at more than $15,000.

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