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The search for a missing five-year-old boy swept out to sea yesterday morning will continue today as the Police National Dive Squad gets ready to join the search. The boy was caught by a large wave about 11.50am at the base of The Mount in an area known...

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Police are asking for help in locating a boat stolen in the Bay of Plenty earlier last month. The boat, which is an unknown make or model, was taken on September 6. This boat was stolen in the Bay of Plenty at the beginning of September. Police say it...

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The first cruise ship of the season, the Sea Princess, originally expected in Tauranga's port this weekend has cancelled its voyage due to technical issues. About 2000 passengers booked on the ship's Sydney, Brisbane, New Zealand cruise are...

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Anglers are now counting down the days to the opening of the fishing season on Rotorua's renowned lakes – hoping to hook some hard-fighting trout. Lakes Rotoiti, Tarawera and Okataina, which have been closed and ‘rested' over winter,...

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Papamoa beach flyer Kodi Harman confirmed his status as one of the fastest men on sand anywhere on the planet with a bronze medal in the open men's beach sprint at the rescue 2014 interclub world championships in France overnight. Kodi finished...

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With the fishing season opening in just a few days, anglers are being warned not to eat trout from caught where the Department of Conservation is conducting 1080 poisoning operations. In response to publicly expressed concerns by the New Zealand Federation...

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Wayne Redman's not a religious man, but he called in a favour from a divine authority when confronted with death on Tauranga Harbour last Friday night. “I looked up and said to Him, ‘I look after your number one girl that's my...

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Owners of the Rena are coming under fire after a series of independent reports into the cost and removal of the vessel from Astrolabe Reef describe the process as grossly exaggerated. International marine and engineering consultancy firm London Offshore...

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Commercial Tauranga fishing sites are being investigated as part of a nationwide sting on suspected fraudulent fishing operations. Ministry of Primary Industries officers visited commercial premises' in Tauranga this morning securing evidence into...

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Criticisms have arisen from cruise ship tour operators two weeks out from the start of the 2014/2015 cruise ship season over the introduction of operator fees and changes to parking regulations. Tauranga Cruise Tourism Operators Association Incorporated...

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Double headed daffodil. By Loreta Brown.
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