A police dog who was shot in the jaw at Tangowahine on December 1 is still recovering, three months on from the incident. The dog suffered critical injuries and, while he has been allowed to return home to his handler, no decision has been made about his work future. Meanwhile the 30-year-old farmer, who was shot three times by police during the incident, has pleaded not-guilty to all charges.
Come together for good with friends, whānau and workmates by hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast this May. You’ll be joining thousands of Kiwis around the country to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
You can host any time in May, and by taking part, you’ll be helping fund ground-breaking work by some of our country’s top breast cancer researchers, educate people about breast health, and provide free support services for breast cancer patients and their families.
What are you waiting for! Sign up today.
Serviced apartments come with the support that makes life easier.
Your fixed base weekly fee includes a chef-prepared meal every day, morning and afternoon tea and housekeeping.
Your electricity, heating, air-conditioning costs and building maintenance are also covered, providing you with certainty about your living expenses.
Auckland Zoo’s High Canopy is now open – a spectacular new habitat for siamangs and orangutans!
Spot the primates as they live the high life, swinging 25 meters off the ground! The new sky-high habitat lets them behave and move as they would in the wild.
Visit Auckland Zoo with your whanau these school holidays.
Book your ticket online here.