- Marvelling at marine science
- No plea from alleged attacker
- Cruisers’ city shuttle success
- Trustpower confirms CBD move
- Piping hot bands wow crowds
- ‘Near normal’ autumn on way
- Phil’s not flying anytime soon
- Scrub fires raise suspicion
- CEO brings fresh vision
- Last dog trials in Te Puke
- Rescue chopper kept busy
- Biker airlifted from crash
- What’s On Today? Pipe nationals
- A dedicating run
- ARRC launches national TV series
- Quad bike death in Welcome Bay
- Home invasion at Papamoa
- Phil Rudd in court
- Traffic flowing after crash
- Hairini underpass a go
- Dog attack decision stuns father
- Bike sold in $14,600 phone bid
- Car avoids horse before crash
- Rena piece awaiting lift
- Paedophile on 10-year watch
- Horse-car crash injures man
- Man arrested after police chase
- Surprise centenary baby born
- Girl mauled by four dogs
- Labour vows to remove Rena
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