Tuesday's headlines: Teacher dead after catching superbug; Lotteries Commission used security footage at least eight times to uncover the identity of Lotto winners; Seventh Day Adventist pastor and several of his congregation lost $850,000 to a fellow church member.
The New Zealand Herald leads with official plans to make sure pregnant woman see a doctor within 10 weeks of conception.
The paper also details why an Auckland Council review of resources used by Mayor Len Brown during his affair is taking longer than expected.
And there are photos of the devastation caused by tornadoes which have swept across the Amercian midwest.
The Waikato Times has more about the circumstances surrounding a Hamilton woman accused of a car over her partner and then into the Waikato River. A close friend of the woman has told the paper her friend had been dealing with mental illness and fighting cancer in recent times, but is lovely and caring.
In other news: Anne Bacale-Cahayon of Hamilton is about to fly to Alangalang in the Philippines to carry out a search mission with her extended family.
The Dominion Post leads with the death of Wellington teacher Brian Pool who is believed to be person in the country to die of an aggressive superbug. Mr Pool, 68, died from complications caused by a stroke, but caught the superbug, which was resistant to every type of antibiotic while living overseas.
Meanwhile Lotteries Commission has used security footage at least eight times to uncover the identity of Lotto winners, unaware of their windfall.
The Press has details of an investigation into the south Christchurch police station where officer Gordon Meyer worked. Meyer pleaded guilty to bribery and corruption charges in the High Court and the paper says an investigation into the culture of the station found it had leadership and operational problems.
Toddler Sam Byrne-Mackie is pictured at the graveside of his father who was killed three years ago in the Pike River mine explosion.
Dunedin City Council's first female chief executive is pictured in The Otago Daily Times. Dr Sue Bidrose has been named to replace Paul Orders.
In other news: the paper has the details of an ongoing court case involving a Seventh Day Adventist pastor and several of his congregation who lost $850,000 to a fellow church member.