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Tauranga three-year-old Chloe Crump doesn't go one day without coughing. She has good days and bad. But the cough is always there. Mum Rachel Crump knew something wasn't right when Chloe was about five months old. Rachel and Chloe Crump reckon...

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The Accident Compensation Corporation has made the move to review and propose new levy rates for a two-year period instead of every year. ACC is now calling on Kiwis to share their thoughts and ideas about levy settings for the 2017-19 period, as part...

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City councillors this week agreed to pay up $300,000 it has shortchanged the Environmental Mitigation & Enhancement Fund, in recognition of the fact that a Fund review was not conducted as required by the resource consent. The fund is part of the resource...

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The first day of daylight saving today is marked with two scheduled outdoor events, the Mainfreight the City to Surf fun run and walk, and the 3km wheel-friendly, pram and stroller-friendly, Walk 2 D'Feet raising funds for motor neurone disease...

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Bay of Plenty residents are encouraged to join The Tauranga Walk 2 D'Feet this Sunday to raise at least $4000 in funds locally for Motor Neurone Disease in New Zealand. The 3km wheel-friendly, pram and stroller-friendly walk, starting at Fergusson...

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The negative impacts on the environment and health of its customers are the reasons behind Okere Falls Store's decision to stop selling Coca-Cola products. The Rotorua café and boutique grocery announced its decision with a sign that's...

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She's a mother of three, a registered nurse working at Tauranga Hospital, a keen runner, and now Papamoa's Josie Calcott can add model to her list of achievements. The 41-year-old is one of three local women with cochlear implants who feature...

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A Tauranga man with breathing difficulty had to be flown to Tauranga Hospital this morning. The Trustpower TECT Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to Matakana Island when the man began having trouble breathing as a result of a serious medical condition,...

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A musical featuring hospital vampires, witches and ghosts stalking the corridors of Tauranga Hospital is coming to the Bay of Plenty this month. A Matter of Taste tells the tale of a vampire family who immigrate to New Zealand, fall on hard times, and...

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A group of student health professionals has been given a taste of what it's like to work in rural areas, spending a weekend in the Eastern Bay. Thirty Auckland based students training in medicine, nursing, social work, and podiatry, stayed at Puwairua...

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