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2400 apply for 100 jobs at Rotorua's new Kmart
More than 2400 people applied for the 100 jobs at Rotorua's new Kmart, opening in just over two months.A Kmart human resources spokeswoman told the Rotorua Daily Post this week they had shortlisted the applicants and interviews... More...
Fire in building in heart of Newmarket
Emergency services have rushed to Newmarket after a fire has broken out in a building on Kent St. The building has been evactuated. ARE YOU AT THE SCENE? IF YOU ARE IN THE AREA SEND US YOUR PICTURES More...
Doggone: Kim Dotcom's best man is adorable
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom has announced the arrival of his best man at his wedding - and he's pretty doggone cute.Caramel coloured Cavoodle "Toby Dotcom" has a starring role in Dotcom's wedding today as he marries fiance Elizabeth... More...
World media reacts to news of Prime Minister Jaci
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford's baby news has landed them a spot on the front page of The Guardian.The couple, who are expecting their first baby in June, are pictured on the cover of the UK paper grinning... More...
Man trapped under car in Panmure as mob threatene
Horrified residents say a man was trapped underneath a car for up to a minute while a rioting mob shook the vehicle and threatened the driver.One woman, who was staying in a house nearby, said the scene was like something out of... More...
Harvey Weinstein a 'complete creep' - Kiwi filmma
An Oscar-nominated Kiwi filmmaker and writer has spoken of how he actively avoided Harvey Weinstein, because the shamed Hollywood mogul had such a "ghastly reputation".Anthony McCarten, a New Zealand-born writer based in London... More...
End of Life Choice Bill sparks debate about eutha
Rotorua Maori are discussing how euthanasia fits with their values, as a bill legalising euthanasia makes its way through parliament.While some kaumatua said the thought of euthanasia did not sit well with them culturally, they... More...
No vacancies as visitors flock to Whanganui
Whanganui's accommodation industry is stretched to the limit and probably beyond as the city gears up for one of its biggest entertainment weekends yet.While Vintage Weekend is the major attraction, the visit of a steam train and... More...
RIP Snickers the Police Cat
A much loved feline member of the Whangaparaoa police force has died after being hit by a car. Snickers found internet fame in 2016 when a picture of him as a kitten sleeping in a police hat did the rounds. He was the offspring... More...
Drugs, cash and guns found in Te Atatu
A stash of guns, $2.5m cash and 2kg of meth have been found at a Te Atatu property by police who were called to break up a couple of men fighting with golf clubs. A 48-year-old man has been charged with unlawful possession of firearms... More...
Police search for elderly and frail Hamilton man
The granddaughter of a missing elderly Hamilton man has made a desperate plea to the public to help find the "kind hearted, gentle" 84-year-old.People are scouring northeast Hamilton and a boat has been deployed along the Waikato... More...
Weather: More sweltering nights on the way, with
Did you find it hard to sleep in the sweltering heat last night?You weren't alone.Metservice meteorologist Cameron Coutts said it was an abnormally hot night for places across the country including Wellington where temperatures... More...
Northland marae suggested as suitable bail option
An advocate for fair outcomes in the justice penal system has suggested bailing offenders to half a dozen marae in Northland as a way to alleviate a "crisis".Spokeswoman Lady Heeni Phillips-Williams, of the Sir Peter Williams QC... More...
Sons of Zion announced for Rotorua Lakeside conce
When Rotorua's Rio Panapa heard this year's Lakeside concert is to highlight homegrown talent, he jumped at the chance to be involved.His band, Sons of Zion, has just been announced as one of the acts among the star-studded line-up... More...