Daily News top five - week ending November 18
What you clicked on last week
Here are the top five stories you clicked on last week, there's everything from car crashes sewage.
A two-car crash in Hawera on Friday night, which left a 26-year-old New Plymouth man dead, is described by police as ''an absolute mess''.
The name of the McKechnie Aluminium employee who died after suffering a head injury in an accident is released.
A car carrying a family of four flips while driving through road works near Tongaporutu.
13-year-old Jordan Nelson is now believed to be New Zealand's youngest murderer.
New Plymouth beaches could be empty this summer if the public reaction to news treated sewage will be piped 450m off a New Plymouth beach is anything to go by.
- Taranaki Daily News
Should New Plymouth council sell off assets from the Perpetual Investment Fund to pay off debt?Related story: Perpetual Investment Fund asset sell-off 'should be debated'
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