NZ@Noon: Cows out for midnight stroll

By -
Add a comment
It's not everyday you see this will driving.
It's not everyday you see this will driving.

Central Hawke's Bay Mayor Peter Butler is called to "have a break" by a pair of councillors, and a group of cows out for a midnight stroll cause a female driver some confusion. These are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today.

A pair of Central Hawke's Bay councillors have called for their mayor Peter Butler to "have a break" from his council duties.

A group of cows out for a midnight stroll caused one woman some confusion as she drove past them in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Work on two new suburban cycleways is under way, while the Rotorua Lakes Council is asking for community input for a third project, as part of its $5.52 million CyWay network.

The body of an 87-year-old farmer who went missing in rugged Far North bush was found after searchers spotted a dog which had stayed near his side all night.

A rugby ball signed by All Blacks legends Jonah Lomu, Christian Cullen, Andrew Merhtens and Richie McCaw is one of many items up for grabs at this year's Pukaha Mt Bruce fundraising auction and dinner.

Get the news delivered straight to your inbox

Receive the day’s news, sport and entertainment in our daily email newsletter


Have your say

1200 characters left

By and large our readers' comments are respectful and courteous. We're sure you'll fit in well.
View commenting guidelines.

© Copyright 2017, NZME. Publishing Limited

Assembled by: (static) on production apcf03 at 28 Feb 2017 19:25:39 Processing Time: 393ms