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Search underway off Ruapuke Rocks, Raglan

Emergency services are responding to a report of a person missing off Ruapuke Rocks, Raglan.

At approximately 11:15am this morning, Police were called to a report of someone seen struggling in the water.

Police name Ohau crash victim

Central Police can confirm the name of the man who died following a vehicle collision on Friday 22 September, 2017.

He was 65-year-old Sow Yin Young, living in Ohau, Horowhenua.

Police’s thoughts are with Mr Young’s friends and family at this difficult time.

Cannons Creek students help native fish in Bothamley Park

Cannons Creek students from Brandon Intermediate are helping young whitebait in Bothamley Park grow to maturity and flourish.

New Library and Information qualifications launched by Open Polytechnic

A brand new suite of Library and Information Studies qualifications have been launched by Open Polytechnic, New Zealand’s specialist provider of online and distance learning.

Search for missing suspended

The search for Stephen Lowe has been suspended this morning while Southern Police work to establish further areas of interest.

Stephen left work on Portsmouth Drive, Dunedin at approximately 10am on Friday 15 September, 2017.

Humid air heralds the school holidays

Hot, humid air is flowing across the Tasman Sea from Australia, bringing with it a raft of severe weather. In classic spring fashion, it will move quickly with changeable weather for the rest of the week, but the next twenty-four hours will be wild, wet and windy.

Two mothers, 12 children and university study

Two mothers with six children each are top adult learners at the University of Waikato.

SH1 closed between Kaitaia and Ohaewai

The NZ Transport Agency says State Highway 1 is closed in both directions between Kaitaia and Ohaewai after a truck rolled.

A load of timber is now being cleared from the road.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area and expect delays while the road is cleared.

Truck and trailer unit overturns at Kaitaia

Police are in attendance at an incident on SH1 in Kaitaia where a truck and trailer unit has overturned.

There are no injuries however SH1 is completely blocked in both directions.

Diversions are in place however the gravel roads may not be suitable for all heavy traffic.

Fuel industry cautiously optimistic on pipeline repairs

The fuel industry is cautiously optimistic as the pipeline disruption situation continues to improve, Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says.

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