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“It's the average man against big oil. Like any good story, you've got a good guy and a bad guy.” Larry Green, one of the brains behind the new Gaspy app, considers the app the good guy in this tale – and the bad guy being...

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From Sulphur Point to the city centre, House of Science has moved into the heart of Tauranga and doubled the size of its organisation in the process. After calling The University of Waikato's Coastal Marine Field Station home for the last three...

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The launch of Facebook's new suicide prevention tools in New Zealand has been welcomed by The Mental Health Foundation. The social media company has rolled out new tools allowing users to report content posted to Facebookby friends, family or strangers...

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The Reserve Bank is warning of what appears to be a scam email sent to businesses in the financial sector. Reserve Bank spokesperson Naomi Mitchell says the scam email, purportedly from a Reserve Bank staff member, encourages recipients to click on a...

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Scientists from across the world are coming to New Zealand over the next couple of years to take part in an unprecedented series of investigations into the seafloor using a specially designed scientific drilling ship. Confirmation of the five back-to-back...

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Previously unsuspected volcanic action lifting up the Matata coast is the cause of a swarm of small earthquakes near Matata between 2004 and 2011, say scientists. A combination of satellite images, GPS data and conventional survey information dating back...

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Regular blood testing is a normal part of life for three-year-old Charlie Ryall. This brave pre-schooler was literally born with only half a heart, the left side of his heart was underdeveloped and unable to pump enough blood to the body. The Ryall family...

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Police are warning the public about bogus telephone calls being made which demand payment to the energy company Nova. Both customers and non-customers of Nova have been targeted, with the caller threatening to cut off power if payment is not made. Police...

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Tauranga has the second highest Ultra-Fast Broadband uptake in the country. It's 28.1 per cent - just 0.4 of a per cent behind Whangarei. Regardless, Tauranga MP Simon Bridges wants more residents to get on board. More people are taking advantage...

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By 2021, the Government wants to see approximately 64,000 electric vehicles on New Zealand roads. The Government plans to achieve this by introducing a range of initiatives and incentives that will remove barriers that have prevented households and business...

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