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A decision made in January by the Whakatane District Council to stop adding fluoride to the Whakatane and Ohope water supplies has now been revoked. The district council adopted a notice of motion to revoke the decision during a special meeting of the...

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The Waitangi Day Dawn Service at Hopukiore (Mount Drury) is cancelled because of the weather. Tauranga city council staff made the call to cancel the open air service at 5am. Metvuw's forecast for 7am. Plotted by James McGregor The dawn service...

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Surf sport athletes from around the country battled it out for top honours in the Mount Maunganui waves at today's inaugural Representative Challenge events. The pinnacle event for Surf Life Saving New Zealand is the bi-annual World Lifesaving Championships...

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Prolific and treasured Australian concert pianist David Helfgott will be performing a special one-off concert in Tauranga next month. One of only two New Zealand shows, David will be joined on stage by internationally acclaimed pianist Rhodri Clarke...

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No-one could stop the rampant Mount Maunganui team taking out the club points title at the Eastern Regional surf lifesaving championships yesterday at Mount Maunganui, finishing on 178 points after two days – 107 clear of second-placed Mairangi...

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Are some New Zealanders making drastic personal sacrifices just to pay their power bills? A nationwide survey suggests 45 per cent of those surveyed are skimping on essentials, such as visits to the dentist or the doctor because of the increasing cost...

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One of the world's few two seater Spitfire aircraft arrived early for the weekend airshow, showing what only it and few other Spitfires can do – take people for rides. The Ardmore based warbird normally charges close to $4000 for a half hour...

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Arson is the cause of the fire on Mauao last Wednesday night says Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority zone manager Alan Pearce. He says people throwing fireworks off the top of the Mount started the fire deliberately. The fire allegedly caused by fireworks...

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A Cyclists has been injured in a collision with a car on the intersection of Devonport Road and Seventh Avenue.   A cyclist has been taken to hospital Police diverted traffic around the scene until ambulance staff arrived. The accident happened...

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A dose of colour and culture transformed the avenues today as the Tauranga Indian community marked the birth of their religious leader with prayer and costume. Thousands of people gathered on Borrows Street as the parade made its way from the Sikh Temple...

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Sailing on Tauranga Harbour by Merran Gwyndell.
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