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Marlborough kicks off international Sauvignon Blanc celebrations

Marlborough, the region responsible for putting Sauvignon Blanc on the map will be the first globally to kick celebrations off for International Sauvignon Blanc Day, Friday 5th May.

Cyclone Debbie slamming Queensland

Cyclone Debbie is a powerful Category 4 tropical cyclone as it moves into Queensland this morning. There are a number of populated places exposed to the damaging winds, which includes Hamilton Island the Whitsundays and Bowen.

Fatal crash on SH2, Mangatawhiri

There has been a fatal crash on State Highway 2, Mangatawhiri.

There has been a collision involving a truck and a car.

The driver of the car has died.

Police were called about the crash at 3.41am.

SH1 at Woodlands to remain closed overnight

State Highway 1 remains closed at Woodlands, Invercargill, following a serious crash involving a truck and a car.

The crash happened at about 9.15pm, leaving one person in a critical condition.

Serious crash closes State Highway 1 at Woodlands

State Highway 1 is closed at Woodlands, Invercargill, following a serious crash involving a truck and a car.

The crash happened at about 9.15pm, leaving one person in a critical condition.

Emergency services are at the scene and the Serious Crash Unit will be investigating.

Missing tramper Clint Hewitt, safe and well

Clint Hewitt was located safe and well along the Double Hill Run Road late this afternoon, 27 March.

Investigations ongoing into sexual assaults in Dunedin

Dunedin Police continue to investigate the sexual assaults that occurred in the city on Friday 17 March.

A number of Police staff continue to gather and assess evidence and again urge anyone with information to contact them.

Search for Kim Bambus to continue tomorrow

The search for Kim Bambus has been suspended for the evening.

Inflatable surf lifesaving boats and the Police Eagle Helicopter have conducted further aerial sweeps of the coastline this afternoon, however there has been no sign of Kim.

Reward still stands for reports of 'wanted' bird

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) continues to offer a $1,000 reward to Bay of Plenty residents who report sightings of an aggressive pest bird, the red-vented bulbul.

Resource Consent approved for new pool in Edgeware

"A fantastic result."

That from St Albans Pavilion and Pool Group President Paul Somerville after a Resource Consent has been approved for the build of a new complex on the former pool site on Edgeware Road.

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