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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

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UPDATE 6.15PM: A woman who left her avenues house unaware that cooking  was unattended will not be spending the night at home, after a fire caused significant damage in the roof. Emergency services were called to the single-storey brick home ...

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The first cruise ship of the season, the Sea Princess, originally expected in Tauranga's port this weekend has cancelled its voyage due to technical issues. About 2000 passengers booked on the ship's Sydney, Brisbane, New Zealand cruise are...

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Omanu Beach Surf Club is ramping up for the silly season, with consultation underway for a new vehicle access-way. The club's current ramp is in continual need of repair and limits the effectiveness of lifeguards on patrol, says Omanu Beach Surf...

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Zespri's plans to place temporary office space on Mount Maunganui parkland could be given the green light despite more than 50 submissions opposing the application. This afternoon Tauranga City councillors will discuss the proposal to lease the...

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Archaeologists uncovering pre-European human remains at a Katikati building site believe the find is nothing out of the ordinary and they're working through correct processes with hapu. The skeletal remains were uncovered by archaeologists on Friday...

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Weighing lentils, rice, and beans down to the gram in their Welcome Bay kitchen, Dave and Jean Sales realise the full weight of the cause they're backing. From October 6-10 the couple is participating in TEAR Fund's ‘Live Below the Line'...

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A swell of callouts to on-land rescues kept Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service busy at the weekend, as the weather warms and summer nears. The club's general manager Glenn Bradley says things “got pretty hectic” at the weekend, with a...

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Four Bay of Plenty Police officers who died in the line of duty will be remembered at a special service in Rotorua today. The event is one of many Remembrance Day services held across the country today as a total of 92 officers across Australasia and...

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A pilot project aimed at increasing police visibility and presence in Papamoa will be trialled by Western Bay of Plenty Police next month.                                            Police...

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Today looks likes it shaping up to be a stunning day and what better way to spend it then enjoying what Tauranga has to offer. The Cherry Blossom Festival is on again in Greerton today with entertainment ranging from shopping, a street machine and custom...

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Double headed daffodil. By Loreta Brown.
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