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Stickers on letterboxes – sinister or innocent?

Police are keeping an open mind on a rash of star stickers randomly plastered on letterboxes inland from Hokitika in the past few days.

Milk payout lowered after cyclone

Ex Cyclone Fehi which battered the West Coast at the start of February is starting to bite farmers in the pocket as their co-operative...

Census forms miss Haast, and Westland mayor

Statistics NZ seems to have overlooked Haast, with claims no one in the remote town has received their census paperwork, which has to be...

Polytechnic house auction to boost new hospital

The house built by Tai Poutini Polytechnic construction stud-ents will be auctioned off as a fundraiser for the children's wing at the new Greymouth...

On-line census worries some Coasters

With four days until the census, some West Coast residents have still not received their forms, with concerns the move to on-line returns will...

Drug helicopter hones in

The spectacle of the police annual cannabis recovery operation continues on the West Coast this week, with many residents experiencing a low-flying helicopter in...

Fury as $33m polytechnic bail out required

The crisis at Tai Poutini Polytechnic is a "disaster for the West Coast" and has harmed the Coast's reputation, a furious Grey District Mayor...

Tourist spotted defecating near Cobden beach

A local resident reported someone publicly defecating near the beach front at Cobden yesterday, although the Grey District Council says that is now a...

Cobden cross cut down

The large white cross on the Twelve Apostles Range behind Cobden - a landmark for more than 70 years - has been hacked up...
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