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After being buffeted with heavy rain and wind last night Bay of Plenty and Coromandel Peninsula can expect more says the MetService. The MetService have issued another severe weather warning for the two regions. Image: MetService. A media release this...

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A green brown scum sighted along beaches mainly in the Eastern Bay of Plenty is not ‘cow poo' but surf diatoms – a naturally occurring single celled organism. The foam and sludge has been tested following complaints from members of the...

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A severe weather warning has been issued for Bay of Plenty and Coromandel Peninsula today from the MetService. An active front is forecast to move eastwards across the South Island today and across the North Island early tomorrow. Image: MetService. The...

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Get the family together and head into the CBD for a parade that celebrates the relationship between Tauranga and the Royal New Zealand Navy next weekend. More than 100 of the HMNZS Te Mana's crew and the RNZN Band will march from the waterfront...

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The Brexit decision and subsequent exchange rate fluctuations has paid off for the Tauranga City Council in its purchase of the 350 tonne vessel hoist for the Tauranga Marine Precinct. A Cimolai travel lift Signing the deal to buy the major piece of infrastructure...

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Fisheries patrols conducted by the New Zealand Defence Force are proving successful with the patrols snaring a number of commercial fishing vessels in the southwest Pacific. The patrols conducted by the New Zealand Defence Force together with the Ministry...

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Kiwis might not have really felt the brunt of Brexit yet, but Tauranga personal trainer and boxing coach Sean Hayden is in the ring fighting for the NZ$5000 he feels he's owed. Sean moved to the Bay of Plenty from London last Christmas, and has...

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Ski lanes at Hunters Creek and Panepane Point are the two hot topics in the current Navigation Safety bylaw review. Regional Council planning staff are currently combing through 217 written submissions in preparation for the next phase of the process...

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The biggest container ships to call at New Zealand will be using the expanded and deepened Port of Tauranga sooner than expected following Tuesday's announcement by Maersk Lines, Kotari and the Port of Tauranga Ltd. The port dredging programme will...

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Reports have come in of a light earthquake in the Eastern Bay of Plenty measuring 4.0 on the Richter scale. The quake was located 15 km southeast of Murupara at a depth of 51km says the GeoNet website. Opotiki resident contacted the SunLive newsroom...

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