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Plans for Katikati College to develope a horticulture-based primary industries academy are beginning to take seed in what community stakeholders view as a vital stepping stone into the industry. SunLive can reveal the school is currently investigating...

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Tauranga runners, community groups and school children will take part in the Peace Run as it passes through the region on Wednesday on its way to Rotorua. The run - part of a six-continent effort to promote international friendship, cultural understanding...

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‘Slip, slop, slap and wrap'. For one Tauranga school, being able to complete the SunSmart message after introducing optional sunglasses to its school uniform is something to take pride in. Otumoetai Intermediate students Josh Christie and...

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The Arataki-Omanu Scout Group will be enjoying a touch of luxury during their outdoor experiences this summer thanks to a $2500 donation from Legacy Trust. The donation will pay for a new canvas tent and cooking implements. Scout leaders Steve Newton...

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A Bethlehem College student's passion for serving others has inspired a fundraising mission to Ecuador next year. Natasha Cox, 17, says she has a passion for bringing happiness to people's lives and exploring the world. Natasha Cox with children...

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A Waikato University chemistry professor whose work in fingerprinting the Rena's oil was of prime importance has been awarded the title Emeritus Professor. After the Rena struck Astrolabe Reef in October 2011, Alistair Wilkins worked tirelessly...

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Bethlehem Primary School children will be getting stuck in to pick up rubbish in Tauranga's Gordon Carmichael Reserve this week. The clean-up, on Friday October 17, is part of the Communities for Clean Water campaign organised by the New Zealand...

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Eight Western Bay of Plenty secondary school students recently graduated from the Bay of Plenty Education Trust's Future Leaders' Programme. The eight senior students, who officially have future leadership potential, are Fergus Janissen of...

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What do you get when you combine opportunities, nurturing, connectedness, optimism, resilience and empowerment? The answer is Te Manu Toroa Trust's Oncore service, a free youth drop-in clinic that operates every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from...

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This month Tauranga residents are invited to get active while learning about the city's early settlement history. The Guns and Roses Historic Walk will take place on October 14 and October 30, as part of the Sport Bay of Plenty's ‘Play...

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