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Graeme Frew admits he's got an addiction – one that gets him travelling at speeds of 580km/h just 15 metres off the ground. The Blenheim pilot and his crew of Kiwi interlopers took on some of the world's best at the Reno Air Races in the US earlier this week with their Russian Yak Fighter plane called Full Noise.
A young fur seal is being treated for infection at Auckland Zoo after being found slumped on a rock ledge at Auckland's Piha beach with discarded fishing line around its neck. A young woman had spotted the injured seal and Department of Conservation rangers responded.
Hastings was the lucky home to four winning first division Lotto tickets last night. Flaxmere's Scott Drive Four Square was the winning shop so we paid them a visit.
As modern humans we do a lot of our loving in cars. We fall in love in cars. We carry those we love in cars. And we fall in love with cars. In the case of Jeff Attwell, whom you're about to meet, that car is a Morris Minor convertible. Diagnosed with early onset dementia in his 50s, Jeff's Morrie has also been his medicine. You see hobbies keep your brain active; and researchers are all over this now. Tim Wilson meets Jeff, his wife Doreen and the magic Morrie. Dementia Auckland
We take a look at a Christchurch womans eye-watering council bill.
It turns out Scott Drive Four Square is where to buy a winning ticket.
Seven Sharps Lucas de Jong visited the mammal at the zoo.
Jeff Attwell was diagnosed with the condition in his early fifties.
Seven Sharps Michael Holland was at the event in Nevada.
For years Kiwis have been putting up with council fees when building new homes, but one Christchurch woman thinks she has figures that shows it’s getting out of control. Liz Armon built a house for her retired, disabled brother in south-east Christchurch – a one bedroom, open plan living house she wanted David to feel at home in. The house cost NZ$67,000 to build but then came Christchurch City Council's fees on top – an extra $23,000.