NZ@Noon: Four Square robbed by kids

Derek and Emma Stannard love the support their customers are showing them after three attacks on their business within two weeks. Photo/Paul Taylor
Derek and Emma Stannard love the support their customers are showing them after three attacks on their business within two weeks. Photo/Paul Taylor

Some stories that are making headlines across our regions today are: a Hawke's bay couple still think highly of their community, even after being robbed three times in two weeks, and a Tauranga man has set off by waka for a three-year journey.

The Frimely Four Square has been targeted again, and this time by kids.

Celestial navigator Jack Thatcher is on a one-of-a-kind waka journey around the world.
Celestial navigator Jack Thatcher is on a one-of-a-kind waka journey around the world.

A Tauranga man embarking on a world-wide waka journey has just left Hawaii to begin the three-year journey.

Rotorua locals dressed up and spent their Sunday sitting in sub-zero water to raise funds for a worthy cause.

Young thieves are targeting Northland supermarkets and using their knowledge of their "rights" to flee without being stopped by store workers.

And, a Wairarapa pilot walked away unscathed from the burning wreckage of a $95,000 training plane.

Finally, twenty Wanganui students are the stars of their anti-bullying DVD that premiered in the city.

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