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A mystery artist's alterations to Tauranga election signs are setting new standards in the art of election sign augmentation – with mixed reviews from victims. Signs for Labour's Tauranga candidate Rachael Jones and NZ First leader Winston...

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Just minutes before his big political rally in Greerton, SunLive reporter Hunter Wells caught up with Kim Dotcom on camera. Click on image to view video SunLive Reporter Hunter Wells nabbed an exclusive interview with Kim Dotcom this afternoon. Video...

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He's a six-foot-eight, a giant of a man and draped in black. He's also a political curiosity. Photos: Cameron Avery. And when Kim Dotcom,  the man who bankrolled the Internet Mana Party, rolled into Greerton for a political rally this...

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Kim Dotcom has been spotted tucking in to some fine dining on his way to an informal gathering in Greerton today. Photo by: Steve Daniel. SunLive received a photo of the internet kingpin's car driving through a McDonald's drive through before...

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If a Labour Government is elected on September 20 Tauranga residents can look forward to their power bills being slashed by up to $330 year, says leader David Cunliffe. Labour this week confirmed it would establish NZ Power – an entity that would...

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Tauranga residents will get the opportunity to meet internet mogul Kim Dotcom when he stops in Greerton today as part of the Internet Mana Party's campaign trail. Kim Dotcom. Photo: file. Party leaders Laila Harre and Hone Harawira, plus Kim Dotcom,...

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United Future is next week hosting a public meeting in Tauranga to discuss the party's hunting and fishing policies. The party is encouraging keen hunters and anglers to attend the meeting at Tauranga Sport Fishing Club on Wednesday night, when...

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Prime Minister John Key has today announced senior minister Judith Collins has resigned from the Government's Cabinet. The resignation sees the Prime Minister lose his Minister of Justice, ACC and Ethnic Affairs just 21 days before the September...

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UPDATED: The Port of Tauranga schedule now states the containership Vega Auriga is due to dock at 7.30am tomorrow and will depart the same day at 1pm. Tauranga independent MP Brendan Horan wants Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee to take action on the...

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National's Bay of Plenty candidate Todd Muller is taking his campaign to the corner of more than 50 streets in the electorate to engage voters for this year's general election. This weekend the former Fonterra executive will start the first...

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