Thanks to our good friends at Camp Quality,lunch will be provided to all.
All drivers & family members will be feed on the day.
We will have a donation bucket - should you feel the need to provide one.(donation that is)
For all of you who haven't resisted for the 2011 event - please go to
This will be a big year for KIDS in CARS, each year this event has grown.
KIC have changed the format for this even...
NEW SERIES NZ Dectectives
Who are the tenacious detectives solving New Zealand's most serious crimes?
This three part documentary series gives viewers a privileged glimpse into the gritty world of the Detectives of the CIB - The Criminal Investigation Branch of the NZ Police.
Handpicked and highly trained, the Detectives target killers, rapists, robbers and crooks and deliver them to justice.
NZ Detectives asks: who are the unheralded investigators responsible for cracking our most baffl...
A Masterton man suspected of turning up at crash scenes in a fake "fire safety marshall" patrol car, posing as a paramedic or fireman, is under investigation by police.
His car was spotted most recently in Ngaumutawa Rd on the afternoon of Thursday, August 19.
A witness told police they had seen the car being driven down the busy arterial route with lights flashing and an air horn blaring.
The person said the car appeared to be driving to an emergency and ...
Not sure if you are aware of this but a new law is coming into effect on 1 November that allows anybody to get your name and address just by supplying your licence plate number. You can opt out from this by visiting the NZ Transport Authority website and going through a few forms. You will need your driver’s licence to proceed. I’m a bit concerned that someone can see you driving down the road, in your nice car, set...?
What was briefly a brothel is now a celebration of law enforcement.
The International Police Museum in Dannevirke opened yesterday.
Former Hamilton Senior Sergeant Bruce Lyon and wife Maureen converted the high-profile building on Dannevirke's main street into a museum and bed-and-breakfast after Mr Lyon ended 36 years in the police with a sudden career switch.
The collection includes teddy bears, badges, a range of model police vehicles and caps from Poland, Germany, South Africa, Arge...
In 1968 the first of the grey Police cars arrive and the Police vehicles remained grey , with a single red flashing light until 1978, when the new style patrol cars rolled out with the dual blue flashing lights.
The blue flashing lights was a departure from the conventional emergency vehicles in that Police cars do not have sirens.
It was important, therefore, for police cars to be able to be visually seen in heavy traffic and not to be confused with numerous brake & indicator flashing lights...
Tim gets all fired up and attends a ‘Minor’ call-out to experience a special little 1964 Morris Minor 1000 fire appliance
Here at NZ Classic Car I’ve covered a few old fire appliances over the last decade, ranging from a big Ahrens-Fox in an Australian museum to a working Land Rover fire engine in Haast, but I certainly wasn’t prepared to experience one so tiny as a Morrie Thou! What’s more, our featured fire appliance does actually get used by ...
A former police officer is breathing new life into a former Hawkes Bay brothel.
Dannevirke's historic Public Trust building, which gained notoriety during a spell as the brothel Promiscuous Girlz last year, has been sold to the Waikato ex-policeman who plans to turn it into an international police museum.