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Tauranga's own university campus in the city's central business district has moved a step closer to becoming a reality after the parties involved agreed on how contributions towards the project will be provided. The Heads of Agreement between...

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Tauranga Girls' College student Soomin Kim is ‘honoured' and ‘grateful' to be the first ever winner of the inaugural 2015 Rising Stars Composition Competition.   Run by the Bay of Plenty Symphonia, the Year 12...

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For any of you wondering ‘where the readings at?' look no further than the catchy and foot tapping tunes coming from Arataki School. This week, pupils and staff have become overnight celebrities after enlisting the help of New Zealand hip...

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UP to 1,000 local youngsters will get the chance to learn to swim for free over the coming months, thanks to a valuable collaboration between Bay Venues and McLeods. Bay Venues programme manager Tina Harris-Ririnui says generous support from McLeods means...

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With gloves and rubbish bags at the ready, Tauranga's next crop of rising eco-warriors helped to clean up their local streets. Yesterday morning, 150 Tauranga Intermediate students and 90 Merivale Primary School pupils worked their way along the...

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An international school curriculum now available to ACG Tauranga students can open doors in an increasingly global world. That's the message from Nathan Villars, deputy chair of the board of the Association of Cambridge Schools in New Zealand, who...

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A catchy hardware jingle appealing to our Kiwi DIY mentality has helped inspire one Aquinas College student to win this year's National Race Unity Speech Competition. Kimberly D'Mello won the competition at Te Mahurehure Marae in Pt Chevalier,...

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An organisation dedicated to helping Western Bay youngsters ‘Get Smart' by avoiding binge drinking and drugs has received a $20,000 financial boost as its well-known Street Van turns 24. Thanks to BayTrust's substantial grant, charitable...

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An award-winning Tauranga environmental trust is spending more than $48,000 on secondary schools that prove they're keen to recycle cans and bottles – hopefully in the Western Bay of Plenty. Environmental Education for Resource Sustainability...

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The new astroturf and few other areas containing buckled and bent metal remain out of bounds, but aside from that it's business as usual at Mount Maunganui Intermediate this Monday morning. The school, on Lodge Avenue, was one of the worst hit areas...

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