Spark is promising to look into its customer service
operations after calls from Warrington residents about an
internet outage in the area, were not responded to.
Dunedin police are on the hunt for two women who allegedly
burgled a Walter St house on Tuesday.
There was an awkward mixture of cringe and elation on Alex
Leckie-Zaharic's face when he spelt the winning word at the
New Zealand Spelling Bee lower South Island regional
The battle between
King's High School and the Ministry of Education appears to
be far from over.
These days, people are often being told ''There's no such
thing as a free meal''.
Local country rock duo ChanTilly Music hope to strum up a
storm later this month when they represent New Zealand in one
of Australasia's largest country music competitions.
in her achievements is not Jeanette Chapman's style.
State Highway 1 has reopened following a closure caused by a
crash at Palmerston earlier this morning.
When the school bell rings for intervals at Waitati School,
pupils flood out of their classrooms and head in the same
direction - to the new tree house.
As the Ministry of Education's deadline for statutory
intervention approaches, King's High School is preparing to
meet ministry representatives to find a way forward.
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