A Red Hill resident said “the house is trashed, peppered with bullet holes.”
Beauden Barrett and the Blues hit Canberra for a much-anticipated clash between the top New Zealand and Australian sides.
Despite a flurry of late changes, the men from the capital got the job done comfortably in their Super Rugby Pacific clash in Wellington on Saturday.
Saturday night's major win marked the seventh time Powerball has been struck this year.
Warriors coach Nathan Brown fears his star prop could have a lisfranc foot injury, which usually takes between three to six months to recover from.
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An extraordinary vacancy on Tasman District Council created by the resignation of Richmond ward councillor Dana Wensley will not be filled before the elections in October.
It was four tries to each team at Jubilee Stadium, but despite a better performance the Warriors have again come away as the losers.
Clayton McMillan's side edge closer to securing a home quarterfinal, but there will be major concerns over their co-captain.
The Canes jumped out to a handy early advantage against the Melbourne visitors and maintained it as they close in on the top-four.
The loss of Grace Nweke was too much for the Mystics to cope with as they suffered a surprise loss to a battling Tactix outfit.
A kayaker was rescued from Auckland’s Red Beach after losing their paddle to the wind on Saturday afternoon.
An Invercargill family have put out a plea to find the owner of a roaming trampoline after it smashed into their parked car amid strong winds in the south.
An ecologist says finding kanakana upstream from Te Au-Nui is evidence that mahi Hokonui Rūnanga are doing is working.
Air Chathams Convair 580 Photo: Supplied / Air Chathams One of New Zealand's oldest passenger planes still in service, a Convair 580 owned by Air Chathams, has just completed its very last flight.
Two Invercargill men are scratching their heads after one of the cars parked on their front lawn caught alight in the early hours of the morning.
He built the "stealth bomber" house in Pakiri. Now Scott Lawrie's home is his Auckland art gallery, and again the private and public spaces are blurred.
Two people aged 18 and 22 were arrested in the suburb of Frankton and the incident is now over, police said
“Their behaviour was selfish and stupid”. A top Auckland cop has slammed the behaviour of a protest group who stopped cars on the Harbour Bridge so they could get out and walk, resisted arrest and assaulted police.
Christchurch City Council has closed the Groynes dog walking park. Photo: NZ Herald A popular dog walking park has been closed in Christchurch after a labrador died from suspected poisoning.