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Michael Campbell Retires
One of New Zealand's most successful golfers - Michael Campbell - has
announced his retirement from top level golf.Campbell has struggled to
regain the form he showed in 2005 when he won the US Open. After 15
professional victories the 46-year-old has called time on his career."I
fulfilled one of my dreams to win a major and it was fantastic," he
"As everyone knows, it's been well-documented that my career since
then hasn't been great but, if I walk away right now from the game, I
can be very proud of my achievements.
Missing Police Dog Found!
One happy police dog has been reunited with its owner after being
lost in the Taraua Ranges for seven days. The Police dog called 'Thames'
disappeared during the second day of a training exercise west of
Carterton, last weekend.
Police and members of the public initiated a week-long search, with
two groups being flown in on Saturday morning to track the High Ridge in
search of the dog.
Why do people sleepwalk?
Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism, is a behaviour disorder
that originates during deep sleep and results in walking.Sleepwalking
usually involves more than just walking. A person may simply sit up in
bed and look around, walk around the room or house, leave the house or
even drive long distances.
The onset or persistence of sleepwalking in adulthood is common, and
is usually not as a result of any health issues.