NZ@Noon: Assault in full view of officers

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Some families in Tauranga are being forced to live in camping grounds as a result of a "housing crisis", and a man chases his ex-partner's car all the way to the police station before assaulting the new boyfriend in front of officers. These are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today.

Some Bay pensioners and families are being forced to live in camping grounds as the "housing crisis" in Tauranga worsens.

A Whanganui man chases his ex-partner's car all the way to the police station - then assaulted her new boyfriend in full view of officers.

Havelock North man, and teacher, William Barnes takes on the Mastermind challenge 25 years after the show was last contested.

Filming wraps up on a TV series showcasing the people and stories of Te Arawa. The show, now in its second series, will feature on Maori Television in August.

A Whakapara woman who has only been engaged for 48 hours will walk down the aisle today after her soon-to-be-husband organised the entire wedding in secret along with the help of family and friends.

The NZ Army is probing an allegation that uniformed soldiers were disorderly and "disgraceful" after drinking in Masterton on Anzac Day.

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