‘Hamburglar’ breaks into Melbourne Butcher, cooks Steak and makes a Milo

‘Hamburglar’ breaks into Melbourne Butcher, cooks Steak and makes a Milo

On April 5 a man now known as Austalia’s most ruthless ‘Hamburglar’ broke into a Melbourne butcher, Marshall’s Quality Meats, spending two hours inside the store cooking up meat, then made a hot cup of Milo on the side. Not a good mix. A Facebook post from Eyewatch – Frankston...

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Bodies of two Climbers believed to have fallen to be retrieved near Mt Taranaki

Bodies of two Climbers believed to have fallen to be retrieved near Mt Taranaki

Police say a recovery operation is underway in Taranaki after it is believed that two climbers fell to their deaths following an incident overnight. Reports indicate just before 10pm that a climber fell near the summit of Mount Taranaki. thisquality understands that Police found the bodies of two climbers at...

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Three new Covid-19 cases reported in managed isolation, Three Historical

Three new Covid-19 cases reported in managed isolation, Three Historical

There are three new cases of Covid-19 to report today in managed isolation, while three more have been reported as historical. None have been reported in the community. The first new case arrived on April 20 from the United Arab Emirates. This person tested positive at around day 0 of...

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Baby in Pram injured after Vehicle hit and run in Upper Hutt

Baby in Pram injured after Vehicle hit and run in Upper Hutt

Upper Hutt Police are appealing to the public for information after a baby inside a pram was hit by a vehicle that drove off. The incident occurred just after 9.30am this morning where a person pushing a pram was hit by a vehicle at a pedestrian crossing on Fergusson Drive...

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Police confirm missing 3-year-old Axle from Tolaga Bay has been found

Police confirm missing 3-year-old Axle from Tolaga Bay has been found

Police have confirmed that missing 3-year-old Axle from Tolaga Bay reported yesterday afternoon has been found. He was located at around 10.45 am this morning and reunited with his family safe and well. Authorities thanked the public and everyone who offered their assistance to search for Axle. Over 100 search...

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Fonterra Limited enters temporary halt to trading

Fonterra Limited enters temporary halt to trading

Fonterra Limited has entered a halt to trading for itself on behalf of the Fonterra Shareholders’ Fund. Halting will be for the ASX, NZX Main Board and the Fonterra Shareholders’ Market. The company says it remains in a ‘strong’ financial position, and consultation processes will not precisely affect the Co-operative’s...

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Uyghur People call for Parliament to attend Convention

Uyghur People call for Parliament to attend Convention

A statement from the Uyghur Solidarity says Labour allegedly prevented Parliament from debating whether genocide is taking place in the East Turkestan/Xinjiang province of China. This week, the Parliament would broadly discuss a motion of declaration to the atrocities being perpetrated against the Uyghur people, made upon ACT Party’s deputy...

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Crash near Auckland Harbor Bridge causes delays

Crash near Auckland Harbor Bridge causes delays

A crash near the Auckland Harbour Bridge has caused delays to rush hour traffic this morning. The crash occurred in the middle lane northbound towards the bridge after the Curran Street on-ramp shortly after 7.40 am. In a tweet, an image shows that the crash is causing significant delays and...

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Work underway on State Highway 57 for new safety improvements

Work underway on State Highway 57 for new safety improvements

State Highway 57 will be getting much-needed safety improvements with construction beginning next week. The aim of improvement is to prevent deaths and serious injuries from crashes on the road. Waka Kotahi’s Regional Relationships Director Emma Speight said in a statement that the road is of importance, including for the...

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