NZ@Noon: Who stole the cheese?

Hohepa resident Paul Wood, cheese makers Peter Hargroves and Inacio Guamares and volunteer Emma Short were victims of the cheese thieves. Photo/Paul Taylor
Hohepa resident Paul Wood, cheese makers Peter Hargroves and Inacio Guamares and volunteer Emma Short were victims of the cheese thieves. Photo/Paul Taylor

Some stories happening across the regions are: Cheese worth $3000 has been stolen in Hawke's Bay, two women are in court for kiss-and-tell blackmail and a Wanganui-owned horse may star in the Melbourne cup.

Raiders grab cheese worth $3000 in repeat raid on an intellectual disability home.

Two women fondled and kissed a man inside his Kaikohe house then allegedly blackmailed him into giving them money or they'd reveal all to his wife.

A woman allegedly drove drunk with two young children in the car after buying food at a Tauranga fast-food outlet.

And a Swiss tourist has admitted stealing two mountain bikes after he was caught red-handed in the Whakarewarewa Forest.

A Wanganui-owned horse may have a crack at the Melbourne Cup this year.

And finally, award winning film-maker Vincent Ward from Greytown has been named a recipient of an honorary doctorate at the University of Canterbury.

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