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The Hururu Falls in full roar as floods waters pass through Northland. A woman was swept away as floods water rose early this morning.
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After almost three months battling bitter winter conditions, raging seas and howling gales, Aucklander Donaldson today quit his attempt to be the first person to kayak solo from Australia to New Zealand.
Curtis, 45, was disqualified from driving for six months and ordered to pay $500 plus $130 in court fines when he appeared in the Rotorua District Court today after pleading guilty to driving while his licence was suspended.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels New Zealand, which operates 22 hotels across the country, will spend $14.25 million in cash to buy the remaining 30 percent stake in its Quantum joint venture that it doesn't own from Te Maori Lodges.
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Some stories making headlines across the regions today include: A teen new to fishing has caught a record-sized trout in Rotorua's Lake Okareka, a massive tree crashes into an elderly lady's home in Kaitaia pinning her to her chair, and Napier has become home to an international motorcycle gang.
More New Zealanders are making the switch to the super-fast 4G mobile network and as the coverage areas increase, the way we are using our smart devices is also changing.
Two men will appear in court later this month after Eastern Fish & Game staff and police caught them "pillaging" trout from a spawning stream near Rotorua over the weekend.
Individual entry Scott Donaldson from Rotorua comes from the kayak leg of the Wild Moa on Lake Tarawera on Saturday 13 January 2007 Daily Post Photograph by Ben Fraser DPM 25Apr14 - TASMAN CRO Transtasman kayaker Scott Donaldson will have to fight the elements a little longer as strong winds off the Taranaki coastline delay his arrival.
Rotorua's Te Puia became the first visitor attraction in New Zealand to have staff certified in rural skills today, with its Environment Team members presented with a National Certificate in General Skills Agriculture - Primary Sector .
The sell down of commercial units within urban Rotorua's Redwood Centre retail and healthcare hub continues - with the Bin Inn store the latest to be placed on the market for sale.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 05:51 am
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