Emergency responders across the South Island will test their
readiness for a major earthquake on the Alpine Fault during a
day-long exercise next week.
A Scouts employee who racked up more than $20,000 of personal
expenses on company credit cards has been found to have been
unjustifiably dismissed despite a finding that he treated the
charity as a "personal bank".
For the first time in its 24-year history, the Hokitika
Wildfoods Festival has run at a loss as ticket sales slumped
Two water spouts were spotted in Auckland's Manukau Harbour
this afternoon as wild weather hit parts of the country.
Police are investigating whether a woman was raped in Lincoln
after being given a drug.
A Tauranga school has warned parents to take care when
dropping off their children after concerns were raised about
a homeless man living in his car in the area.
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