Local officials said that the truck which was stolen along with medical device containing dangerous radioactive was found outside north of Mexico City. Exposure to this material could prove life threatening for those who touched it.
Tomorrow Merivale Primary School will be closed as the police will investigate the suspicious death of a man in the neighbourhood.
The decision to close the school was taken by the Board of Trustees. They are contacting parents and also asking them to advise on the situation.
At about 10am, at an address in Kesteven Avenue, the man was found dead by neighbours.
Delivery Hero is an app that allows the user to place an order at a variety of restaurants that provides the facility of home deliveries. The app has crunch the figures on over 500,000 orders received all over Australia this year.
The Titan arum, an exotic plant which blooms only once every seven to 10 years, has been growing in the Auckland Domain Wintergardens for the last seven years. It is expected to flower completely overnight this week end.
Sometimes also known as the corpse flower, it produces a smell like rotting flesh when it is in bloom.
From tomorrow gas-launched sponge rounds will be the newest tactical weapons for police officers.
The XM1006 "sponge round" will be available to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch Armed Offenders Squad (AOS) and national Special Tactics Group (STG).
The New Zealand Transport Agency said that the Rimutaka Hill Road between Wellington and Wairarapa has reopened after remaining closed for seven hours on Thursday following a few slips. Earlier the agency thought that the road would not be open for commuters to drive home in time tonight after a series of slips blocked the main road this morning.
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