Monday, 27 February 2017

Search for missing swimmers in Auckland, Waikato.

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The Search for a man who disappeared while Swimming at Auckland's Muriwai Beach will resume Monday morning. He was with another man when they both got into trouble, but rescue teams could only pull one to safety. The Westpac Helicopter was involved in the search on Sunday night, Which was suspended due to fading light.

Thursday, 23 February 2017

My Digital Art.

When I took my Chromebook home, I did a digital art On Sumopaint. While we were doing out art we were only allow to do four patterns which is pukeko, mako, koru and whai. On the other day when we came to school we had to draw, it on paper. 


On Tabloids day, Our whole School played Sport Activity's and had lot's of Fun. We had four brand New house flags called kakariki, Kikorangi, Kowhai and Whero. When our leaders finish getting us organised, we were ready to go and play. 

Boy struck by trailer in Waikato.

A six-year-old boy has been airlifted to hospital after being struck by a trailer being towed by an SUV in Waikato. Emergency services were called to First Ave North, at Waihou near Te Aroha, at 3.24pm on Tuesday. Police say the boy, a pedestrian, is in a serious but stable condition. The serious crash unit is investigating the incident.

Friday, 17 February 2017

Body found in Auckland's Woodhill Forest.

police say a body has been found in woodhill forest, Muriwai, but haven't confirmed whether it is missing Auckland woman carissa Avison. A search has been underway in the forest for the missing 21-year-old, who hasn't been seen since January. While police have yet to formally indentify the body, a post on the muriwai and Waimauku Area.

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Invasive species on the march - study 2 hours ago.

New Zealanders are being urged to remain vigilant in guarding the country's borders, with new research showing pests are continuing to spread around the world. The study, involving an international team of 45 scientists, compiled more than 45,000 records of about 17,000 different species worldwide.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Family with baby on the way win Lotto's $18m prize.

Parents to be have even more to be excited about than the birth of their first child, after wining $18 million in the power ball and lotto first division during the weekend. The central Otago couple checked their ticket on the lotto App on Sunday after receiving an email saying they had won a prize.

Auckland Unitary Plan appeal rejected.

The hearings panel that provided the foundation of Auckland's Unitary Plan did not operate outside its jurisdiction, the High Court has found. Justice Christian Whata on Monday ruled against a group of appeals that claimed the independent hearing panel misinterpreted its statutory duties when it included capacity for more than 400,000 new residential homes to meet the region's projected population growth over the next 30 years in the new Auckland unitary plan.