40 days ago

Hit by Drunk Driver in Jervois Rd / West End Rd Roundabout

Kelly from Herne Bay

I was driving home last night and was hit by a drunk driver in the Jervois Road / West End Road roundabout. The driver had NO ID and NO Insurance. I called the police however was subsequently told I was not a priority even after stating multiple times that the driver was drunk and was trying to leave the scene. I have notified Nikki Kaye and will file a police complaint. However this guy claims to have a girlfriend living on Mason Road. Claims his name is Jack Wolfe, however there was no ID to verify. He was driving a dark blue Mercedes - the licence plate is below for reference. He ended up fleeing the scene.

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5 hours ago

clothsline wanted

Sandra from Point Chevalier

needing cloths line outside type,house has nothing ,very thankful

5 hours ago

Get wiggy for Wig Wednesday!

The Team from Child Cancer Foundation National Support Office

Get wiggy with the Child Cancer Foundation this Wig Wednesday the 19th of June! Last year’s Wig Wednesday raised over $100 000 for the foundation which provides personalised support for hundreds of Kiwi kids and their families every year. This year, we hope to make Wig Wednesday even bigger and better so that we can continue to provide this essential support. All you need to do is register your school, business or community group, wear a wig (borrowed, made or bought) and make a donation on the 19th. To register, simply go to wigwednesday.childcancer.org.nz

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1 day ago

Girl 'indecently touched' by stranger on walk to school in Royal Oak

Elesha Gordon Reporter from Central Leader

Police are investigating and schools are on alert after a girl was allegedly "indecently touched" by a stranger while walking to school.

Auckland schools, Onehunga Primary School and Oranga Primary School, were told by Royal Oak Primary School's principal Linley Myers, the girl was allegedly assaulted on Monday morning.

Viki Holley, Onehunga Primary School principal, told parents "a student of one of our neighbouring schools was indecently touched by a stranger" on Trafalgar St, heading into Manukau Rd. Holley said the school advised families to speak to their children about staying safe on the way to and from school. Read more here.

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