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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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DNA technology is protecting school property thanks to the BNZ Safer Schools initiative. The unique programme, launched last month, provides property-marking kits to every primary, intermediate and secondary school in the Waikato District. Acting assistant...

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TECT All Terrain Park's prayers for cell phone coverage may be about to be answered if they join a government scheme to increase coverage to rural areas and black spots. The park's political master - Tauranga City Council Western BOP District...

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The Government is looking to introduce a cyberbullying bill to curb the growing incidence and its devastating effects. The Harmful Digital Communications Bill introduces a range of measures to address damaging online communications and ensure perpetrators...

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A Bill to curb the growing incidence of cyberbullying and its devastating effects passed its second reading in Parliament this week. The Harmful Digital Communications Bill introduces a range of measures to address damaging online communications and ensure...

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Whakatane District Council is on high alert after its computer systems were attacked by a virus. Just after 11am yesterday, the council's computer systems were attacked by a crypotolocker virus variant which was so new it was not recognised by the...

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Tertiary students are being encouraged to enter a team for the Mashup Bay of Plenty 2015 for the first time since the competition started in 2011. Mashup, sponsored by the University of Waikato and formerly only open to secondary school students, will...

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If you're in an internet black spot, or have no broadband, then Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller wants to hear about it. Todd wants local authorities and district council to make a case for bringing ultra-fast broadband to the city fringes and rural...

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The Bay of Plenty's urban streets could soon be lined with cheaper and more efficient LED lighting thanks to an accelerated funding model rolled out by the government. Transport Minister and Tauranga MP Simon Bridges yesterday unveiled a NZ Transport...

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Many of the wireless microphones across the city are going to be illegal after next Wednesday because the government has sold off the frequency. It means that microphones in the 700Mhz range will no longer be permitted to operate in the 698-806 MHz frequency. Neil...

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Tauranga is among 22 New Zealand cities holding rallies on Saturday to protest against the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. The Tauranga rally begins at 11am at The Edgewater Fan. Scenes from the earlier anti TPPA protest in November. Opposition...

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