NZ@Noon: Naked fugitive and a winning broken wrist

Logan Anderson was still good enough to take out Wanganui's Got Talent, despite his broken wrist. Photo/Stuart Munro
Logan Anderson was still good enough to take out Wanganui's Got Talent, despite his broken wrist. Photo/Stuart Munro

Some stories that are making headlines across our regions today are: A Wanganui boy wins a music competition with a broken wrist, and a naked fugitive is found by police on the banks of a Hawke's Bay river.

What do you do when you break your wrist less than a week before the finals of a music competition? If your Wanganui's Logan Anderson, you win it.

A naked man, reportedly a mobster, was arrested on the banks of the Ngaruroro River in the early hours of the morning.

Welcome Bay couple Sue and Ray Carroll have half a million more reasons to smile after a huge windfall, meaning a dream of going on an African Safari has become a reality.

There has been a report that synthetic cannabis has been sold on a Rotorua Facebook page.

And, a blaze that badly damaged a Tauranga Bay house was started by a 4-year old-child playing with fire.

Finally, police have made an unreserved apology to a Masterton man who spent two days in custody.

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