NZ@Noon: 'Menacing' roaming dog caught

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A "menacing" dog is finally caught in Masterton (picture not of actual dog).
A "menacing" dog is finally caught in Masterton (picture not of actual dog).

A "menacing" dog roaming Masterton is caught on the grounds of a college, and Bay of Plenty health authorities are warning schools be aware of measles follwing outbreaks elsewhere in the country. These are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today.

A "menacing" dog that was wandering the streets with no muzzle is caught on the grounds of Chanel College.

Bay of Plenty health authorities are warning Bay of Plenty school communities to beware of measles following an outbreak in the Waikato.

A call to restock fish numbers has been welcomed by the Hawke's Bay Regional Council, with claims almost three times more fish are being taken out of their waters than reported.

A Rotorua man who will celebrate turning 100 tomorrow says it's a milestone he never expected to get to.

Sleeping overnight in your car in Whangarei will be outlawed if a new bylaw set to be in place by Labour Weekend is approved.

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