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Nathan Pilcher of Winton is just eight points off fourth position in the NZV8 Touring Car Championship after Round 4 of the championship at Teretonga Park in Invercargill last weekend.
Invercargill brothers Brendon and Damon Leitch are preparing for Round 3 of the Toyota Racing Series at Hampton Downs in North Waikato this weekend
Fresh from his first ever Toyota Racing Series victory last weekend, Invercargill racing driver Jamie Conroy is still intent on improvement as he prepares for the next round of the series at Hampton Downs in North Waikato this weekend.
Waimate’s Dylan Kennett hopes he has put up his hand for selection to the New Zealand team for next month’s UCI track cycling World Championships.
Auckland City Police, Fire and Ambulance services are currently at the scene of a train versus pedestrian fatal crash in Morningside Drive, Morningside.
The incident occurred at a barrier controlled road, rail and pedestrian crossing.
The pedestrian is deceased at the scene.
For the first time, Kiwis will be able to earn or spend Air New Zealand Airpoints Dollars on their next Audi purchase.
Ohakune Police are appealing for help from the public in locating missing 86-year-old Hotene Koia (also known as Joe) who was last seen at his home in the Pipiriki township on Tuesday 27 January, 2015.
This week’s Karaka bloodstock sales can expect to see a nice swing to top-end colts that will eventually make their mark in the stud market, says Geoff Roan, Bloodstock Client Manager for Crowe Horwath.
Northland Police and other emergency services are currently at the scene of a serious crash on State Highway One (SH1) approximately 17 kilometres South of Whangarei City.
The crash, near the intersections of Cotton Road and SH1, involves a truck and a car.
As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 draws closer, Hamilton City Council will host a special workshop to inform city businesses on its Major Events Management Act (MEMA) obligations and what that means for city traders.
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