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Tauranga radio journalist Grayson Ottaway confesses to being a bit of a dabbler when it comes to aviation journalism. So needless to say he was highly surprised to be nominated for an award at the 2014 National Aviation Press Club Australia NZ Aviation...

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They conquered the nation and the world last season - now Papamoa's champion IRB team will be looking to kick-start this season on a similar note. Eight crews from the Bay of Plenty surf lifesaving club are heading south to compete in tomorrow's...

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The new Bay of Plenty District Commander will be welcomed at a powhiwi at Te Papaiouru Marae, Ohinemutu on Monday. Superintendent Andy McGregor is joining the district from the South Island where his most recent role was Canterbury Metro Commander. Andy...

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He dazzled on the rugby pitch, and now Matua Parkinson has chimed in to promote the welfare and health of the nation's children. The dynamic open-side Blues flanker and NZ Sevens squad member is now one of “the faces” of the Bay of Plenty...

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There can be only one winner when 28 teams go head-to-head at the annual Super 12 Dragon Boat Regatta at The Lakes on Saturday. While every entered team is a champ in the eyes of organiser Bets Thomas, the real victor will be the Bay of Plenty Dragon...

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Emergency services are dealing with a single car crash on Maunganui Road this lunchtime. A BMW has crashed into a power pole, at the intersection of Tay Street. The driver has been assessed by St John Paramedics and taken to Tauranga Hospital. There...

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Tauranga City Council's finances for the first quarter are booming, with a $2.6 million operating surplus for the four months ending October, compared with the budgeted deficit of $600,000. Based on the trend, council finance staff are expecting...

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A week under the searing sun and the watchful eye of Sir Gordon Tietjens wasn't enough for Bay of Plenty newcomer Joe Tupe, who has missed out on a place in the All Blacks Sevens side. All Blacks Sevens coach Tietjens has named his team to play...

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A Te Puke woman facing seven methamphetamine dealing charges will remain behind bars until her next court appearance. Bail was declined for Lynette Merana Williams, 43, when she appeared in Tauranga District Court after being arrested as part of police...

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A large scrub fire in Omanawa kept firefighters busy last night as they battled to get the 60m by 20m blaze under control. What started out as a controlled burn ended up as an out-of-control fire on Tomsett Road at about 4pm. Firefighters spent 2.5 hours...

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The Historic Village at night. Photo by Rob Vile. Send us your photos and stories from around the Bay of Plenty. photos@thesun.co.nz