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A Tauranga man is recovering from broken ribs and ligament damage in Tauranga Hospital after being hit by a car on Fraser St yesterday. Police and St John Paramedics were called to the scene, in the southbound lane outside Fraser Cove, about 1pm Wednesday...

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The Chiefs are calling in the cavalry ahead of their Super Rugby grand final rematch with the Brumbies in Canberra tomorrow, on Anzac Day. After being narrowly pipped 18-17 by the high-flying Crusaders in Hamilton, the Chiefs will be looking to right...

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The Toi Te Ora – Public Health Service is advising people who visited two Rotorua locations during Good Friday and Easter Saturday may have been exposed to measles. People who visited the Skyline Gondola ride between 11am and 2.15pm last Saturday...

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New Zealand sailors – including Tauranga's Peter Burling – are in good positions as the ISAF regatta at Hyeres, France, moves past the halfway mark. In the Women's 470 Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie placed second overnight in both gold...

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Bay of Plenty farmers are being warned of a sighting of army worm caterpillars in Welcome Bay this week, which may put at risk supplementary winter feed supplies for livestock. Bill Webb of Bill Webb Feed Solutions discovered army worm caterpillars in...

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War medals and poppies are being perfectly arranged ahead of tomorrow's dawn services and parades commemorating New Zealand's soldiers lost during the battle of Gallipoli. The services throughout New Zealand, including the Bay of Plenty, mark...

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Musical renditions of Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss flowed from a barefoot NZ String Quartet last night in Tauranga, with the group to play at the same venue tonight from 6pm. Huria Marae in Judea hosted the free performance as part of the Battle of Gate...

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Tauranga nightshelter trust officials are pleased persistence is finally paying off, with moves underway to create the city's first night shelter. After years of discussion and fruitless searches by the Tauranga Moana Nightshelter Trust, Tauranga...

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Bryan Cox turns 90 next January, but he still remembers the deadly events of January 15, 1945, as if it was yesterday. The Tauranga ex-pilot is the last living survivor of the tragedy known as ‘Black Monday' – a day when eight Kiwi pilots...

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Tauranga City councillors have backed down on the high pressure tyres decision deciding instead to take a lower pressure approach. Instead of ticketing and fining cars with dangerous tyres, the city parking wardens will instead place warning notices on...

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