NZ@Noon: Date with Titanium star worth big bucks

Titanium pop group member Jordi Webber with Rotorua New World owner operator Greg Dyson, who purchased him at the Supper Club event. Photo/Ben Fraser
Titanium pop group member Jordi Webber with Rotorua New World owner operator Greg Dyson, who purchased him at the Supper Club event. Photo/Ben Fraser

Stories making headlines across our regions today include an old boss who bought a date with Titanium star Jordi Webber and police in Whangarei who are returning thousands of stolen items to their owners.

A fierce bidding war for people wanting to score a date with Titanium star Jordi Webber helped raise a whopping amount of money at a Rotorua charity event.

 Constable Joseph Reuben is trying to find the owners of these stolen items. Photo/John Stone
Constable Joseph Reuben is trying to find the owners of these stolen items. Photo/John Stone

Whangarei police officer Joseph Reuben has the tough job of returning thousands of stolen items to their owners.

A Hastings mum diagnosed with terminal cancer will travel to Germany for treatment after raising $30,000 in 10 days.

Tauranga motorists are being accused of bad driving on a Facebook name and shame page.

A Wanganui meat firm is spewing out excess waste.

Finally, anxious is how Masterton man John Broeren describes waiting to see his beloved canine companion after more than two years.

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