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New Zealand sailors – including Tauranga's Peter Burling – are in good positions as the ISAF regatta at Hyeres, France, moves past the halfway mark. In the Women's 470 Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie placed second overnight in both gold...

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Tauranga City Council is looking to its Japanese sister city for first-hand tsunami guidance in attempts to strengthen the city's own evacuation and education methods. During the Tauranga delegation's 12-day trip to sister cities in China...

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The partial removal of Mount Maunganui's artificial reef is being welcomed as a smart move forward with calls the $1.5m project is both “disappointing and embarrassing” and a “white elephant”. Bay of Plenty Regional Council...

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Tauranga sailors have come away with a silver and bronze medal at the RYA Youth National Championships Regatta in Weymouth, United Kingdom. Tauranga Yacht and Powerboat Club's Trent Rippey took silver in a close second in the Laser Radial class...

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Tauranga Bridge Marina's dream of a 4 metre high, 245 metre long breakwater structure faces yet another obstacle after two appeals were lodged with the Environment Court. Last month the company gained temporary resource consent to construct a rock...

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A new television series featuring the work of Bay of Plenty police will premiere on screens tomorrow night. Water Patrol follows the work of maritime units, police divers and other police staff working on New Zealand's waterways. Water Patrol will...

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Crusader35 took both line and handicap honours in the International Paints Auckland to Tauranga. The race had a delayed start due to the storm hitting Auckland at the scheduled start time. Yachts heading to the finish line in Tauranga Harbour. Photo:...

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Wild weather has slowed the Auckland/Tauranga Yacht Race with boats still completing the race and a winner not expected until later this afternoon. The annual Easter race started at 4pm yesterday in Auckland with the first boat crossing the finish line...

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Boaties are being urged to think sensibly as wet and blustery conditions continue to storm the Bay of Plenty heading into the Easter break. The MetService has issued a severe weather warning for the area with wind gusts expected to reach about 110km/h...

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Wild weather crossing the North Island has set back the start of the Auckland to Tauranga yacht race by several hours today. Race start is postponed for at least six hours from 10am until 4pm because of forecast wind gusts of 60knots at the race start. Giacomo...

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