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Her cousin was murdered, now beauty queen is speaking out
Making a change starts with one voice, says Te Awamutu beauty queen.
Cordons lifted in Te Awamutu following 'suspicious package' scare
Inspector Jeff Penno said the bomb squad was on its way to investigate the package.
Elderly man locks himself in wardrobe for four days
Man was disorientated in the night and locked himself into the wrong space.
Mindfulness classes easing Kiwi kids' stress and anxiety
After-school activity teaches children about their thoughts and emotions.
The man putting plaques on unmarked graves at former psychiatric hospital
Mental patients passed into a field of lost souls. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Has a 12yo revealed secret to the All Blacks' dominance?
Pirongia School student used coloured sheets of paper to test his theory, and it worked.
Kiwi tourists get VIP treatment after escaping burning bus at Gallipoli
The group has been fed, clothed and put up in five-star hotels.