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The Bay of Plenty will play host to rising rugby stars of the future when Rotorua hosts the National 1st XV Championships. Rotorua Boys' High School is the venue for this year's finals, which kick-off with the semi-finals on Friday before...

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Spring is here, and Petra Wohlers says there is no better time to get Tauranga youngsters involved in softball. Petra is the Western Bay of Plenty Softball Association junior softball co-ordinator, and has been involved with the sport for two years since...

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House of Science Tauranga scooped the Supreme Award at the 2015 Trustpower Tauranga Community Awards last night. The accolades were announced and presented at Tauranga Golf Club in front of almost 120 spectators – the majority of whom were also...

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This year's NZCT AIMS Games has cracked another milestone, breaking through the 8000-athlete barrier for the first time. With late entries providing a final burst, 8007 intermediate-aged competitors from 261 schools across New Zealand will be in...

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A project management company with offices in Hamilton and Tauranga has been named as the project-manager job for the design and build of the Tauranga tertiary campus development. Greenstone Group will start work at the beginning of September and will...

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We all face difficult or challenging situations, but sometimes it's good to have a helping hand or a reassuring pat on the back to point us in the right direction. Waipuna Hospice is bringing renowned speaker and author Rachel Callander to town...

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Te Puke Intermediate School is building on its reputation for breeding all-star All Blacks. Set to start in 2016, the school's new rugby academy could mould four more boys into rugby icons just like former pupils Royce Willis, Tanerau Latimer, Jarred...

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There's some new stalls popping up at Bayfair Shopping Centre today, with a chance for shoppers to see what the next generation of Tauranga business leaders have to offer. Otumoetai College students Kelsie Sant, Lacie Glenvile, James Mercer show...

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Think Betty Crocker, but without the expanding waistline. Do-Lish, a premix brand created by five Year 12 Otumoetai College business students as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme, is just as convenient as Betty's popular cake mixes – only...

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Te Puke has stopped vibrating. “It's great!” says Mark Boyle, managing director of Te Puke Economic Development Group and the un-anointed high priest of Te Puke. “We have got our town back.” He reckons the new Tauranga Eastern...

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