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New Zealand suffered their second Bay Oval defeat in the space of four days with a 72-run loss to South Africa on Friday. Despite another gutsy spell at the crease from Luke Ronchi, who followed Tuesday's tally of 99 with a face-saving 79, the Black...

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Bay of Plenty Police officers are among 20 involved in the investigation of a police shooting of a 50-year-old man near Kerepehi on Tuesday. The investigation is being described as a “complex case requiring the interviewing of a large number of...

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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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Bay of Plenty Police are asking members of the public to report any sightings of Joshua John Morrison. The 21-year-old has a warrant out for his arrest for aggravated robbery. Joshua John Morrison. Police warn Morrison may be armed and is considered...

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They say ‘no news is good news', but for the owners of Mount Maunganui bar Vaudeville, ‘no news' is similar to pulling teeth. For the past five months the Rata Street bar has been attempting to secure a liquor on-licence, but...

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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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Police raids in the Bay of Plenty have seen $750,000 worth of synthetic drugs and more than $150,000 in cash seized. Search warrants were executed on a number of ‘tinnie houses' in Rotorua yesterday. Synthetic drug raids in the Bay has seen...

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Beefed up parliamentary security in the wake of a shooting in Canada's parliament is being described as the biggest security awareness to hit New Zealand since 9/11, according to a Tauranga MP. Canada's capital Ottawa was put into lockdown...

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A spate of recent gun crimes has prompted calls for police officers to be armed at all times. NZPA president Greg O'Connor describes the measures as “inevitable” and “necessary” in the wake of increased armed offender incidents. Police...

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Police will be enforcing the 4km/h speed tolerance over the next few days as they look to make this Labour Weekend one to remember. People caught doing up to 4km/h over the speed limit can face a $30 fine or 10 demerit points. Western Bay of Plenty road...

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