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A flavour and spice fiesta

Children from the Indian Cultural Society after a performance of traditional dance. The Society is hosting a food fiesta ...

The Indian Food and Spice Fiesta will serve up the kind of fare you won't get in restaurants.

Black Sticks draw with Pakistan

Sam Lane scored against Pakistan, but New Zealand could not manage the win.

They came close, but the Black Sticks couldn't quite get over the line against Pakistan.

London shows terror harder to detect

The scene outside Parliament in London after the deadly knife attack.

NZ expert says terror groups are losing ground so are "trying to inspire" unsophisticated attacks.

A glass one quarter empty

The Glass Packaging Forum says 27 per cent of bottles and packaging end up in landfill.

Roughly 60,000 tonnes - quarter of the country's recyclable glass - wound up in landfills last year.

Kapiti speed limits to drop

The Mackays to Peka Peka section of the Kapiti expressway, from Poplar Ave, with a pedestrian over bridge.

NZTA confirms reduced speeds for several roads near Kapiti expressway.

$30,000 to desex menacing dogs

Neutering can reduce aggression in male dogs and the number of unwanted puppies born to females. (FILE)

Up to 130 "menacing" dogs in Masterton are expected to be desexed through Govt grant.

Protesters promised meeting

Daryll Johnson, Stuart Larsen, and Paul Kimura speak to a police mediator about setting up a meeting with Horowhenua ...

Protesters have retreated from Foxton's Main St after a meeting with council is promised.

Winning numbers 'didn't look right'

At first, the woman thought the numbers "didn't look right". (FILE PHOTO)

Wellington woman's Lotto ticket didn't feature any of her lucky numbers. Now she's a millionaire.

Wellington

A glass one quarter empty

The Glass Packaging Forum says 27 per cent of bottles and packaging end up in landfill.

Roughly 60,000 tonnes - quarter of the country's recyclable glass - wound up in landfills last year.

Kapiti speed limits to drop

The Mackays to Peka Peka section of the Kapiti expressway, from Poplar Ave, with a pedestrian over bridge.

NZTA confirms reduced speeds for several roads near Kapiti expressway.

Wairarapa

$30,000 to desex menacing dogs

Neutering can reduce aggression in male dogs and the number of unwanted puppies born to females. (FILE)

Up to 130 "menacing" dogs in Masterton are expected to be desexed through Govt grant.

Winning numbers 'didn't look right'

At first, the woman thought the numbers "didn't look right". (FILE PHOTO)

Wellington woman's Lotto ticket didn't feature any of her lucky numbers. Now she's a millionaire.

Porirua

Teacher's sex abuse sentence slashed

Former Porirua teacher Stacey Reriti at her sentencing in 2015, as a judge talks about her offending.

Porirua teacher jailed for having sex with a boy has nine months cut from her prison sentence.

Century-old church for sale

St Philip's Church in Paremata, Porirua, needs a new home.

Want to make a "prophet"? Then this former church could be for you.

Kapiti

Hacking through history video

A gutted Vince Osborne hacks back the hedge planted by his grandfather in the 1930s.

Owner slashes corridor through hotly-debated hedge but 'granddad would be rolling in his grave'.

When crime paid in Porirua

Shhhhh: secret witnesses were wanted by the Kapi-Mana News. (FILE)

The knowledge of nefarious deeds could get you a bit of cash in 1980s Porirua.

Hutt Valley

A flavour and spice fiesta

Children from the Indian Cultural Society after a performance of traditional dance. The Society is hosting a food fiesta ...

The Indian Food and Spice Fiesta will serve up the kind of fare you won't get in restaurants.

Hutt hotel still happening

120313 news Photo Hutt News: 12HUT-RayHouse Mayoral chat: Mayor Ray Wallace wants feedback on a proposal to use rural ...

No truth to Hutt hotel rumours.

Hawke's Bay

'Most expensive' charter school slammed

ACT Party leader and under-secretary for education David Seymour has hit back, saying the PPTA "has singled out Te ...

PPTA claims charter school gets $61,000 of Govt money per student, but ACT disputes the figures.

Armed police callout near Napier over

Armed police assisted with a family violence incident in rural Hawke's Bay earlier on Thursday. (FILE PHOTO)

Multiple firearms seized in armed police callout in Hawke's Bay.

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