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“More money than could be imagined” has been raised for Tauranga children today as 26 city leaders took one for the team – dropping off the side of a five-storey building. Hundreds of spectators watched as bosses, councillors, politicians...

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Tauranga home cooks June Lyall and Steph Usmar are the first team to be eliminated from New Zealand's version of My Kitchen Rules. Dubbed the ‘Bogan Besties' June and Steph's medieval-themed instant restaurant ‘The Winchester...

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Community input on what the future Greerton Library will look like will be tabled as part of a public meeting tonight. From 6.30pm-8pm the library's project committee will meet with residents to discuss what they want to see before the design and...

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The culmination of months of work to deliver the most comprehensive festival programme in the NZ Garden & Art Festival's history came to a head last night. More than 100 sponsors and supporters celebrated the launch of the ninth biennial festival's...

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As Tauranga woman Kimberley Ward battles breast cancer, her personal trainers are fighting a different battle – to raise funds for her in a 12-hour relay. Beyond Personal Trainers Dave Jaggs and Sophie Irving are challenging residents to run a relay...

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Greenpark School's sweet approach to fundraising today is adding to Tauranga SPCA's Cupcake Day coffers totalling more than $8000. Room 7 pupils are selling home-made baked goods to fellow classmates in support of the Greerton animal shelter...

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The contribution thousands of merchant navy personnel made for today's lifestyle should never, ever be forgotten, says Tauranga Mayor Stuart Crosby. Stuart Crosby and Tauranga MP Simon Bridges at the Merchant Navy Day commemorations today. Photos:...

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United Future is next week hosting a public meeting in Tauranga to discuss the party's hunting and fishing policies. The party is encouraging keen hunters and anglers to attend the meeting at Tauranga Sport Fishing Club on Wednesday night, when...

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Rain or shine, Tauranga model railway enthusiast Ted Bain could always be relied on as the friendly ticket-seller at Memorial Park's Palmerville Station every Sunday. Ted, who clocked up almost 30 years' involvement in the club, died on August...

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A Tauranga man accused of an unprovoked attack during the last Christmas holidays is continuing on the trial path. Damien Charlie Anderson, 29, is charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, assault and assault on a female in relation...

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Baby fur seal at Moturiki. By Rob Vile.
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