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Answers to the city council's mould-ridden, leaking building problem might take a while to surface into the public domain. That's the message from Project Clean manager Terry Wynyard, who admits the overall picture surrounding the Willow Street...

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A $3.8million extension at Waipuna Hospice, which is set to boost its range of services for an increasing number of patients, officially opened its doors this morning. With the help of Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller and NZ food personality Jo Seagar, who...

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Ballance Agri-Nutrients have taken full responsibility for the release of sulphur dioxide into the region's atmosphere in May last year. The fertiliser manufacturer have held their hands up after being fined $60,000 in Tauranga District Court following...

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Health authorities want the “poor person's heater” to be phased out of homes. The Commissioner for the Environment's latest report says that, while regional councils deem unflued gas heaters a clean form of heating, noxious gases...

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Fertiliser manufacturer Ballance Agri-Nutrients has been fined $60,000 for a discharge of sulphur dioxide into the air during May last year. Bay of Plenty Regional Council prosecuted the company in Tauranga District Court for breaching the Resource Management...

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A programme designed to reduce injuries in football and the number of the players on the sideline, while saving millions in the process is set stretch its way into Tauranga. Tauranga City United and Prevention to Performance physiotherapist Hamish Ashton...

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What do toys, motorbikes, rescue helicopters and a giant Easter bunny have in common? They all play a part in the Tauranga Ulysses Motorcycle Club's annual Toy Run tomorrow. Tauranga motorcyclists taking part in the 25th annual Toy Run on March...

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It's got two wheels and a set of handlebars, but the unusual characteristic for world champion cyclist Eddie Dawkins is that it won't be his legs doing the work as he rides across the Bay of Plenty raising awareness for dementia. Today and...

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Hopefulness and living positively lies at the heart of a free public talk that features guest speaker Sir John Kirwan. Hosted by the Waihi Beach Medical Centre, A Free Evening With John Kirwan will be held down at the Waihi Beach Community Centre on...

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He looks perfect in every other respect. Long, lean, a shock of auburn hair, more smile than one face needs and cheeky as hell. So I'm willing Elliott Keys to burst free of the beast so this perfectly likeable young larrikin can resume his reckless...

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