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He also went the wrong way up a one-way street and hurled himself out of his moving car before it smashed into. While concerns are growing over recruitment and fuel prices business confidence in Southland remains high Earlier this month Coroner Gordon Matenga presided over an inquest into Roberts' disappearance and adjourned to consider his new witnesses have now come forward prompted by a Stuff article on the inquest and Matenga will now look at evidence submitted at the eleventh witnesses were working for Fulton Hogan on the day Roberts disappeared. He had a knife and demanded money from a Whakatāne store After months of public anguish there are plans to turn the tide on Christchurch's. Highlanders nab second international scalp in as many years after toppling French Barbarians A religious visit to a care home left residents distressed says a staff member "i looked at the police missing persons website and I didn't see his profile any more and thought it was all done and dusted."And then I saw the Stuff article and thought s "He was a gentle guy Bob full of wisdom."I got to know him really well and I really liked him."Worth recalls the day of the disappearance November 30 s was working on a site on and borrowed a colleague's work van."He made up some excuse to borrow that van."He wasn't going home it was for some personal reason."He was told not to crash it so it was ironic if he had that in mind."Worth is confident the man he saw five years ago was Roberts He signed a sworn statement that was sent to the coroner on wasn't the only colleague to see him and he was able to steer police to the other witness. Brian Worth was at Bayfair Shopping Centre in Tauranga five years ago - or eight years after Roberts went missing - when he spotted a familiar worked with Roberts for several months in 2003 on a Fulton Hogan site in Tauranga a chemical plant called Orica."I was within three metres of him and I locked eyes with him when I walked past," Worth said."Then it dawned on me - that's Bob."Roberts was talking to a group of people and didn't appear to be homeless or out of sorts he made the connection after going into the Vodafone store to buy a he emerged he went to find Roberts and query him about his disappearance but the man he saw had vanished "I actually thought that seeing him that one time that the mystery was over," the 62-year-old hadn't heard much about the case in the intervening years. Father was bleeding from the mouth but staff insisted it wasn't serious says daughter Navigators Mark Leonard and John Kennard are back in the co-driver's seat and keen to embrace the s at the Rally South Canterbury The memory of Harriet Basset - and her short but hard life in Marlborough - is honoured with a bench at Tuamarina Cemetery A fire that started in a Rotorua kitchen has left one person. Opinion: Tails are chased and wool is sucked - what are our furry friends. Asset sales suggested again as Christchurch faces $2.1 billion debt in. Robert Te Paewhenua Roberts went missing on Novem On a clear spring morning in 2004 Robert Te Paewhenua Roberts' work van plunged off the Kaimai lookout in mangled wreck was located 250 metres down the s however was never found It took 13 years for the case to reach the Coroner but days before findings were due to be released key new evidence emerged STUFF The mangled van driven by Robert Roberts. 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Tamzin Henderson has travelled the world taking wildlife pos This Matariki she'll be setting her sights even higher They may not know who the All Blacks are playing but they're confident about who will win the All Black test in Nelson Warren Quaife may have been at Okoroire Springs on Wednesday police say Former Māori Affairs Minister Koro Tainui Wētere has died in the arms of his daughter They said he'd argued with his partner that they disagree with the experts and believe he's still s' son Lester Roberts claims his dad did a runner and is hiding."I'm always hopeful that Dad will come home," he said."I suppose we will have to wait and see what the coroner says but I'll always hold out hope."Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Grace said police have taken statements from Worth and directives for police to follow will come from Coroner a is yet to release his decision - Stuff After attaining the rank of agility Grand Champion collie Jazz is living proof that old dogs can learn new tricks Moeraki will rock. 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There wasn't much to go on in 2004 A Swanndri believed to be the 53-year-old's was found in a creek MORE: * Vanished: The mystery of the man who drove off the Kaimai lookout and was never found * Without a trace: New Zealand's most enduring missing persons cases * More than 400 New Zealanders recorded as missing by police Months later blue overalls and brown leather work boots turned up in a hollowed the Te Puke man known as Bob to his mates vanished.