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RESULTS

Not enough hours in a day

It's a curiosity if not a contradiction. A teenager with chronic fatigue syndrome winning a major award for tireless work and a selfless commitment and... read more

Missing Kaimai runner located

A woman runner, reported missing in on a Kaimai track, has been located. Police say she is in good health and fortunate she'd conveyed her intentions to... read more

Council computer criticisms

Audit New Zealand is demanding Tauranga City Council take urgent action over a host of security issues with its computer network. The audit received by... read more

Hand on heart for homeless

It was an appeal straight from the heart. “I am here to ask you kindly for your support…” That was little Natalia Jourdain of Room 6... read more

Police seige mentality review

A project aiming to develop a Front Counter Safety Model for police stations around the country has now been completed. The new model features security... read more

NEWS

Having a ball while playing basketball

Hundreds of young Bay of Plenty basketballers got the opportunity of a lifetime to get up close to Kiwi professional... read more

Woman dies at Te Puna

A woman in her 40s died in a two car crash at Te Puna earlier today. The crash occured on Te Puna Road at 12.30am... read more

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Dangerous police chase in Tauranga

UPDATED 2.55PM: ‘Crazed idiot' is how one witness describes the motorist who led police on a dangerous chase... read more

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What’s on today: Soccer.

This is it, the final opportunity for Tauranga City United vs Hamilton Wanderers at Links Ave today at 2.45pm.... read more

Grant’s rocking art in Te Puna tonight

If you love your music and art then make sure you shimmy on down to Te Puna Hall for a fabulous event combing the... read more

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Flying pizza trials promised

The future is here – and it's brought pizza. Domino's Pizza has announced its joined forces with unmanned... read more

Great start for Mount half marathon

A field of more than 2100 runners and walkers are pounding the pavements as part of today's Hawaiian Airlines Mount... read more

The ultimate must-win game ever

This is it, the final opportunity for Tauranga City United. The team takes on the Hamilton Wanderers at Links Ave... read more

Wild winds should settle today

Strong winds that bashed the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel overnight are forecast to continue today. The MetService... read more

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Large police presence in Hairini

UPDATED 12.15PM: Armed police staff were called to a Hairini address after receiving reports of a domestic incident... read more

Dapper up for a distinguished ride

On September 25 expect to see an unusual scene rolling along Tauranga's streets – and expect it to start... read more

Support gets cow back on her feet

Motor trimming and inventing a device to lift and support an unwell cow would seem to have little in common, but... read more

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Dapper up for a distinguished ride

On September 25 expect to see an unusual scene rolling along Tauranga's streets – and expect it to start... read more

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Police reject 'run over' claim

Video has surface online that alleges a police car struck a bystander during an incident involving a group of up... read more

Region on heavy rain watch

A severe weather watch has been issued for the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel as a heavy rain band moves down the... read more

iTunes vouchers do not pay off fines

Government agencies will not ask for fines to be paid by iTunes or other vouchers, says Detective Senior Sergeant... read more

BLOGS & OPINIONS

Chondroitin – the forgotten hero

John Arts Abundant Living  www.johnarts.co.nz If you use a joint supplement for osteoarthritis then stop reading and get the bottle and check...read more

It’s all fun and games… until someone gets campylobacter

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits  www.sunlive.co.nz Or so the saying goes, in the water treatment industry.   The excrement has really...read more

The changing face of the kitchen

Culinary Conversations with Peter Blakeway Food writer, caterer and private chef I know I'm biased, but the fact is our kitchens have reflected...read more

What lies beneath

Dive Right In with Gwyn Brown from Tauranga Dive About 15 years ago a group of mates and myself got very keen on the idea of drift diving. This...read more

This region is indebted to you

Todd Talks By Todd Muller Last week I attended the Young Innovators Awards – the pre-eminent local competition for school kids aged nine-18 here...read more

Who still does a Sunday roast?

Culinary Conversations with Peter Blakeway Food writer, caterer and private chef During the last few weeks I've been talking about the changing...read more

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Ice and snow on the Desert Road. Photo by Matt Rossiter. Send us your photos and stories from around the Bay of Plenty. Email: photos@thesun.co.nz