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The Waitangi Tribunal has found a clause in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement pertaining to the Treaty of Waitangi should provide ‘a reasonable degree of protection to Māori interests'. A Tribunal report released today focussed on the...

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The Mount Maunganui Bowling Club has hosted a bowling tournament like no other. The Australian bowling arm national team was in town today for the Australian National and President's Open. Tony Long from St Leonards, Victoria takes on Tony...

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Midwives - they are angels in comfy shoes who help to bring new life into the world day in and day out. Today is International Day of the Midwife 2016 which recognises and celebrates the work midwives carry out to ensure mothers and their newborns receive...

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There's been a mob in Mount Maunganui! Okay, not that kind of mob… a flash mob. Energetic midwives hailed The Mount today at noon to create a scene ­− all in aid of today marking International Day of the Midwife. Local midwives...

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A 51-year-old local woman is in Tauranga Hospital with serious injuries after her motorcycle and a car crashed at Paengaroa. The crash happened at the intersection of State Highway 33 and McKenzie Road at 6pm. Read more here. A woman rider was taken to...

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Twelve teams will be tested physically and mentally when the Bay of Plenty IRB Long Haul race from Ohope Beach to Mount Maunganui returns this weekend. Held over five stages of racing, the event tests surf lifeguards' ability to respond to a callout...

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The Government will create a new national Computer Emergency Response Team as part of $22.2 million investment into the country's cyber security infrastructure. The CERT will receive cyber incident reports, track cyber security incidents or attacks,...

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Former Maketu man and convicted killer Dean Wickliffe has been denied parole. The 67-year-old, who has been released and recalled to prison five times between 1987 and 2011, is serving a life sentence originally imposed on May 3, 1972 for manslaughter...

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If you've got something to say but not too sure how to say it then Tauranga's newest creative festival could be exactly you're looking for. The inaugural Tauranga Zinefest, presented in collaboration with The Incubator and the Tauranga...

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April was extremely sunny, very warm and rather dry for many regions of the country. The culprit was once again high pressure, which has ruled the roost over New Zealand since the start of 2016. The country is experiencing a relatively warm Autumn. Nelson...

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Autumn beauty. By Tracy Hardy. Send us your photos and stories from around the Bay of Plenty. Email: photos@thesun.co.nz