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Armed police responded to reports of threats being made against a person.
No one else has done what he's done, says electoral officer.
Horowhenua town hosts roving group which kicked up a ruckus in Auckland and Hamilton.
Annie had to give up her job when her grandson was in Starship Hospital for 3 months.
Ross Campbell says he feels threatened by another councillor.
Sadie Beckman feels like a celebrity as she rolls down Highway One in a Cadillac.
The mayor claims councillors and council staff are commenting on 'hate speech pages'.
Helicopter called in to carry out water quality monitoring at controversial lake.
A Fire and Emergency spokesperson said it was a challenging fire to fight.
A Horowhenua school teacher was stripped of her registration after abusing a student.
A contractor working for the council dumped his load on the beach in broad daylight.
Hefty bill to fix leak after council says no to repair pipe 500m outside home's boundary.
Brooke Stevens' car was stolen from Palmerston North hospital carpark last week.
Hunting store owner laid lines of cocaine before handing employee a rolled up $20 note.
Horowhenua council meeting shut down as councillors, staff walk out in protest.
Four teens and 42 year-old woman arrested for aggravated robbery at Levin dairy.