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They're prowling Rotorua with garden forks, using the council's new wheelie bins as ladders.
Local organisation goes viral with vital message about not forcing hugs and kisses.
The future of Wellington's Shelly Bay is uncertain after opponents challenged its sale.
That's the message from Destination Rotorua as they try to lure Aucklanders sick of the rat-race and skyrocketing property prices.
OPINION: Christmas comes but once a year, and apparently it's on 15 October.