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Security measures in place at WINZ

Security protocols are in place at all Work and Income offices throughout the Bay of Plenty following the fatal shootings at a WINZ office in Ashburton... read more

Young crash victim from Tauranga

The 24-year-old woman killed after being struck by a vehicle in Wellington at the weekend has been named by police as Alix Rae Robinson from Tauranga. Alix... read more

Alleged building burglar arrested

A Hamilton builder who allegedly stole thousands of dollars' worth of building tools and equipment from Western Bay of Plenty building sites did so to... read more

The art of politics

A mystery artist's alterations to Tauranga election signs are setting new standards in the art of election sign augmentation – with mixed reviews... read more

NEWS

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Petrel deaths prompt plea

The death of more than a dozen diving petrels discovered at Leisure Island is prompting a plea for cat owners to... read more

Blind cricket bowls to the top

Steph Jobson can't legally drive and when she walks around she trips over things. She is blind…she has just... read more

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Repairs ordered for banned ship

Deficiencies discovered during a safety inspection of banned ship Vega Auriga at the Port of Tauranga must be rectified... read more

Running 12 hours for a cause

Runners and walkers are clocking up the kilometres, and more importantly dollars, on the treadmill today as part... read more

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Cupcakes raise $8k for SPCA

Greenpark School's sweet approach to fundraising today is adding to Tauranga SPCA's Cupcake Day coffers totalling... read more

Papamoa continues pool streak

Papamoa Surf Life Saving Club has made another splash in the pool winning back-to-back NZ Pool Championshiptitles... read more

Festival ready for launch

Thousands of NZ Garden & Art Festival programmes have rolled off the press in preparation for tonight's official... read more

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Another loss for Steamers

The Bay of Plenty Steamers have fallen short of yet another ITM Cup victory for the 2014 season after suffering... read more

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Slip-lane mooted for SH2 intersection

Serious road safety concerns are prompting Omokoroa Community Board members to call for a slip-lane at the Omokoroa... read more

Mount to host disability surf

Mount Maunganui will host a surfing event this summer giving physically disabled youngsters the opportunity to... read more

ELECTIONS 2014 (Click here to view more)

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The art of politics

A mystery artist's alterations to Tauranga election signs are setting new standards in the art of election sign... read more

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Dotcom exclusive interview

Just minutes before his big political rally in Greerton, SunLive reporter Hunter Wells caught up with Kim Dotcom... read more

VIDEOS (Click here to view more)

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Dotcom exclusive interview

Just minutes before his big political rally in Greerton, SunLive reporter Hunter Wells caught up with Kim Dotcom... read more

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Public picks: Key or Cunliffe

It was a battle of the political heavyweights in the TVNZ arena overnight in the first round of the head-to-head... read more

BLOGS & OPINIONS

Garden & Art Festival – that’s an understatement!

Insider's Guide to the Festival with Liz French The launch of the NZ Garden & Art Festival programme this week finally reveals what I've been noticing...read more

Celebrating Bay of Plenty Sporting Excellence

Simon Neate Marketing Administrator Sport Bay of Plenty  Nominations are now open for the 2014 Bay of Plenty Sports Awards. The awards...read more

For fans of the growing yoghurt culture

Dazz Switalla Flavour Secrets No.1 The Strand Chef  www.no1thestrand.co.nz I can still remember my very first taste of yoghurt in about...read more

Head-dress redress: A ban on all skirts

Brian Rogers Rogers Rabbits  www.sunlive.co.nz Hands up all those who thought the native Indian head dress at NZ fashion week was culturally...read more

Pesky weeds and their impacts

Jane Nees BOP Regional Councillor www.janenees.co.nz If you have a garden you'll be very familiar with weeds and the way they can take over...read more

When will Council behave like a business?

Matt Cowley Tauranga City Councillor No council can behave like a profitable business; let me tell you why. Businesses focus on a target market of...read more

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Jamie Harkins beach art. By Scott White.
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