Friday May 17
The Otago Daily Times
'Brutal' assault in Te Aroha
"The victim was taken to Waikato Hospital with a variety of head injuries and bruising to his body and has since been discharged today," said Detective Sergeant Dean Anderson.
Te Aroha has enough liquor outlets: residents
Plans for a new liquor store in Te Aroha have been met with a protest by residents who say there are enough outlets to buy booze in the little town.
Search for missing West Coast man in Waikato steps up
Waikato Police say the area where a West Coast man missing for three days could have possibly gone to are so vast it is presenting huge challenges for the staff tasked with finding him.
Former trainer ordered to pay
The former trainer of multiple Group 1 winner Sir Slick has been ordered to pay more than $15,000 to his former training partner by the Employment Relations Authority.
Lessons to be learnt from toxic legacy
LAND REVITALISED: Alice-Marie Clarkin, left, George Clarkin and Eleanor Clarkin romp on the new grass at the site of the cleaned-up Tui Mine at Te Aroha.