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A Tauranga squadron leader is safe and well in the Bay of Plenty today – despite emails from her personal account claiming she has been robbed at gunpoint in the Philippines. Air Training Corps 16 Squadron Flight Lieutenant Lynn White's email...

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Residents' help is being enlisted to enable the Western Bay of Plenty District Council to obtain a slice of $360 million government funding for improved internet connectivity. Mayor Ross Paterson is encouraging district residents to list their internet...

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A man who lost his brand new drone on its maiden flight is appealing to anyone who may have had an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) pay them an unexpected visit in Papamoa last night. Alan Forward wants to hear from anyone who may have found his UAV after...

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A Merivale man's challenge to city council regarding the stringing of broadband cables from powerlines has gone unanswered at the Long Term Plan hearing. Bill Richardson received no answer to his question as to why broadband cables in Merivale are...

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It was all about minuscule timeframes, so they had to be precise. On April 16 at exactly 10.42am – that's 10:42 and 20 seconds. One minute earlier George Gomez rolled ‘record' on the Tauranga Astronomical Society's new Lundt...

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Two major Bay of Plenty companies and their research partners are among the finalists in the third annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards. Zespri and Comvita are both vying for the Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Research & Business Partnership Award,...

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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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