NZ@Noon: Helicopter good deeds

Liam Reinders (centre) with dad Mark (right) on top of Mt Tarawera, thanks to Helipro pilot Nic Mansley (left). Photo/Ben Fraser
Liam Reinders (centre) with dad Mark (right) on top of Mt Tarawera, thanks to Helipro pilot Nic Mansley (left). Photo/Ben Fraser

Some stories making headlines across the regions today include, a young boy battling with a neurological disorder has his wish come true thanks to a Rotorua Helicopter company, and a helicopter company in Whangarei uses one of its choppers to track down a thief who stole their quad-bike.

A young battler's wish comes true thanks to a Rotorua helicopter company.

It was a case of a hawk circling its prey when a Whangarei helicopter company used one of its choppers to track down a stolen quad bike.

Havelock North is crawling with rats and is also the worst place in the region for mice, cockroaches and white-tailed spiders.

Each time Senior Sergeant Ian Campion drives along a stretch of Western Bay road where someone has lost their life, he remembers.

And, Bayleys staff in Wairarapa are getting behind a massive online auction to help breed and train guide dogs.

Finally, 66 community-sentenced offenders from Wanganui were shown how crashes hit the community.

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