A Tauranga woman turns 100 on Sunday, and how many fixed speed cameras around the country actually work? - not many in Rotorua reveals the Daily Post. These are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today.

Irene More was born on the fifth day of June, 1916, and on the weekend will celebrate a milestone birthday - her 100th.

A Rotorua Daily Post inquiry reveals that none of the fixed speed cameras in Rotorua, and much of the rest of the country, are working.

A case for pay equity for Maori nurses has been taken to the United Nations (UN) by Hawke's Bay co-leader of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) Kerri Nuku.

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A new $12 million kura in Hokianga has been a long time coming, says the principal, with court hearings, public meetings and students learning in old buildings all part of the battle.

It will be a treasure hunt for fans of the warm sound of vinyl when the Whanganui Record Fair returns on Sunday.

Thousands of dollars in rates are unable to be recovered after miscalculations made by Carterton District Council.