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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Four shipping containers enclosing displays, information, graphics, interactive activities and genuine memorabilia will help to commemorate the 100th centenary of our involvement in World War I at Classic Flyers Museum. 'Hundreds' of people...

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Police have named the pedestrian killed after being struck by a vehicle in Whakatane on Friday. Photo: file. He has been formally identified as 17-year-old Whakatane teenager Raiden Howden. Police say the teenager was stuck by a car on Keepa Rd on April...

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As they glue their little red poppies on to their handcrafted Anzac wreaths, Tauranga children are remembering the soldiers who lost their lives in battle.Daniel, 4, and Liam, 7, Smythe with their creations. Photos: Tracy Hardy. About 15 children, aged...

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Signature Homes employees will be heading back to work with bald heads after shaving off their locks for in support of CanTeen this week. Jared Williams, 12, with a pile of hair he had shaved off this week. Photos: Tracy Hardy. The now bare-headed team's...

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To hang your sporting boots up at age 10 and pick up a whistle instead is a gutsy move by anyone's standards, but it's certainly paying off in spades for teenager George Haswell. George Haswell is Australia bound as a referee at the Touch...

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Updated 11.46AM: Power is out to homes in Hairini and Ohauiti after a truck rolled on its side this morning, causing one lane on Ohauiti Rd to be blocked. A truck has rolled on its side at Ohauiti Rd. Photos: Cameron Avery. Emergency services were called...

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A total of five parking meters appear to have been vandalised and some even ripped from their concrete foundations in an overnight ‘smash and grab' along 1st Ave. A reporter at the scene says five parking meters between Cameron Rd and Devonport...

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A severe weather warning remains in place for the Bay of Plenty as heavy rain is forecast over the region. Photo: file. MetService is predicting a burst of heavy and possibly thundery rain to hit the ranges of Eastern Bay of Plenty on Monday afternoon. Between...

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Good morning Sunners, The Anzac commemorations are continuing today, with paper wreath making workshops and exhibitions to remember 100 years since World War I. Photo: file. Residents are invited to create something special in memory of the soldiers who...

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A Tauranga woman is in a critical but stable condition in hospital after being struck by a train on Ngatai Rd in Bellevue overnight. A Tauranga woman who was struck by a train overnight remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition. Police say...

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