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Invercargill Police remind the public to secure their property

Residents of Invercargill are reminded to be secure their property following a number of burglaries and incidents of cars being broken into over the last two weeks.

Witnesses sought to driving incident in Christchurch

Police are seeking witnesses to a road rage incident on Saturday 12 August at about 1.40pm at the intersection of QE2 Drive and Burwood Road, Christchurch.

Player from Blenheim snags $1 million win

A player from Blenheim will be raising their glass to Lady Luck this evening after winning $1 million in tonight’s live Lotto draw.

The winning ticket was sold at Countdown Springlands in Blenheim.

Dunedin water test results show clear results; boil water notice remains

Water test results received tonight show clear results for the parts of Dunedin affected by this week’s water quality issue. However, a boil water notice remains in place until at least Friday afternoon.

Brand launch for Invercargill

The Invercargill City Council has unveiled a branding package which captures the essence of Invercargill’s CBD.

Road re-opens following Coromandel crash

State Highway 25, at Hikuai Settlement Road, Coromandel, has now re-opened following a crash this afternoon.

Emergency services were called around 1:20pm to reports that two cars collided at the intersection.

Two people were in a serious condition following the collision.

Dunedin boil water notice continues

A boil water notice remains in place for the CBD, Woodhaugh, Leith Valley and the tertiary precinct. At this stage there have been no notified cases of illness related to water.

Search for Rollie Heke extends nationally

The response to the events of Sunday night have now been split into two phases.

National Commemoration of the Vietnam War

Vietnam Veterans’ Day will be commemorated on Friday at the National War Memorial, ManatÅ« Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Chief Executive Paul James said.

Black mudfish get special attention beside Expressway works

Staff working on the Huntly section of the Waikato Expressway have dug in more than 1300 natives to protect an isolated pocket of at-risk black mudfish found in a farm drain.

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