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A police officer has been found safe in the ranges near Otaki Forks this afternoon.
50-year-old Sgt Andy Brooke, an experienced search and rescue member, went into the ranges on Thursday to ... More
A man found dead following a car fire in Waitarere Beach Forest has been named as Dick Illya Tikirau Pere, aged 43, from Palmerston North.
The death is being treated at this stage as ... More
Police investigating the death of a man found in a burning car yesterday morning are appealing for sightings of the vehicle in the hours leading up to the fire.
The fire was reported at 7. ... More
Police believe they know the identity of the man found in a burning car in Waitarere Beach Forest this morning but a post mortem and formal identification process needs to be completed before ... More
A police investigation is underway following the discovery of a body in a burning car this morning.
About 7.20am Police received reports of smoke coming from Waitarere Beach Forest. A car ... More
Police investigating the death of six-month-old Serenity Scott-Dinnington are encouraged by the response they have had from the Ngaruawahia community.
“This is a close knit community and ... More
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