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Early Christmas present: SH4 temporary road opens tomorrow
The two-lane route wasn't expected to open until next month.
Famous artist to be honoured with new street name - iwi alternative not favoured
Suggestions from the subdivision developer and iwi were given to council for a decision.
Inside the SH4 slip: What contractors are dealing with
Now that drainage is taken care of, crews are focused on the road itself.
New security training programme pulling in students
Some students have come from as far as Dargaville for training.
Hundreds turn out in Whanganui to remember Jasmine Wilson
The Break the Silence #Justice4Jazz event also raised awareness for Women's Refuge.
Marae dream in tatters: Ex-cop jailed over $480k theft
Shaun Keenan served as a police officer for more than 20 years prior to the offending.
Nine years today: Scott Guy's murder still lingers for family
The Guy family remember the fun times spent with Scott, nine years after his death.
Horror crash: 'It's really hard when kids are involved'
The Waverley community is still reeling one year on from the horror crash that killed 7.
Horror crash: 'Today is Nivek's 1st birthday in heaven'
Regrets and grief one year on from the Waverley crash which claimed seven lives.
Six decades of service to Māori performing arts recognised
Sydney Kershaw's passion has taken him around the world for special performances.
Seven died in crash: Son's fury at killer drugged driver
Driver who caused crash on learner licence, had smoked synthetic cannabis, coroner told.