It's closed to the public now, but when it is open again, it's well worth a visit.
She will now compete for the title of Country Music Entertainer of the Year.
Mike travels to NZ from the US three to four times a year for something from Taranaki.
Most people run away to join a circus. Paddy Gordon ran away from the circus to Stratford.
Hayley's hair cut wasn't a fashion choice, but rather a way to help others.
Gay is recovering well, thanks in part to the quick response time.
Family have tried everything, including using drones and consulting a psychic.
The three mayoral candidates for Stratford make their final pitch for your vote.
Candidates answer questions on governance experience and what qualities they bring.
Candidates have their say on Council performance and key initiatives.
Candidates say what council's worst decision is and what big issues face Stratford.
This week, candidates talk about climate change, the town's identity and youth council.
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The future of Tauranga CBD is looking bright, say experts and retailers.
Comment: We need to take the time to understand the challenges others in the sector face.
As well as crunching the numbers, they will offer practical advice.
Interviews are with Damien O'Connor, Mike McIntyre, Lindy Nelson, Neil Bateup & Jane Smith
More than 14,000 workers are harvesting about 600,000 tonnes of fruit.
There could even be a naked shearing record attempt.
Comment: Supply chain links vital to moving essential supplies must be allowed to work.
Northland growers are throwing out thousands of dollars worth of crops due to lockdown.
The fishermen were heard calling for a friend to pick them up from the boat ramp.
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