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This week's most-read story of the week involved Maureen Jenkins who found out the hard way that overstaying under the scheme carries a harsher penalty than people would face if they paid the meter, then stayed over time.
The second most-read story in the last week involved a Manawatu man who had paid a woman to take part in an erotic act with his dog. He went back to court to try to get the animal back but no ruling has been made yet.
Robyn Knight and other residents of a Palmerston North cul-de-sac fear they are losing the battle to rid their street of semi-feral cats that spray in their doorways leaving a stink.
A dramatic photo helped tell this story where the drivers of two vehicles which collided at a rural intersection near Palmerston North walked away without major injuries.
The New Zealand Fire Service and the Internal Affairs Department are investigating the Feilding Volunteer Fire Brigade following allegations of financial impropriety.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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