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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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Dead and dying eels were discovered near the stormwater outlet at the end of Grace Road, near Memorial Park in Tauranga last Monday. The matter was reported to Tauranga City Council and a pollution prevention officer from both TCC and the Bay of Plenty...

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The New Zealand Transport Agency are warning motorists travelling on State Highway 2 between Tauranga and Papamoa to expect delays this week. The advice comes as contractors continue work on the Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road. Delays are expected on...

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In keeping with the theme, many different threads were woven together to create the spectacle that was Butterflies of the Night. Held at Classic Flyers in Mount Maunganui, when I first stepped through an archway plaited with vines into the giant open...

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A Tauranga man who stole another man's beloved caravan has been sentenced to 11 months in jail. Mitchell Harrison Britt, 24, appeared for sentencing in Tauranga District Court this morning after pleading guilty to four charges of theft, one of burglary...

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Ratepayers are set to save over $650,000 in the next financial year as a result of Tauranga City Council joining the Local Government Funding Agency back in 2012 Savings to ratepayers are estimated to be around $674,000 for 2015/16, while that figure...

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Members of the public are being urged to keep their eyes peeled for motorbikes being ridden or sold in suspicious circumstances. The warning comes following the theft of more than $100,000 worth of motorcycles, predominantly trail and dirt bikes, from...

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UPDATED 2.03PM: Te Puke's Jellicoe Street has now fully reopened after a female hitchhiker was left in a serious condition in Tauranga Hospital after being struck by a van while walking along a grass verge. Emergency services were called to Jellicoe...

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Consistency is the key for beach volleyballers Sam O'Dea and Mike Watson as they look to kick-start their form on the world stage. Ahead of June's World Championships in the Netherlands, the Mount Maunganui duo have immersed themselves in...

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Tauranga rock icon Phil Rudd has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill a person. Rudd, 60, also pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and cannabis when he appeared in Tauranga District Court today. Phil Rudd arrived at court dressed in a jacket,...

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Police are warning of the dangers of over-indulging in alcohol after they came across a drunk man who had fallen asleep in the middle of the road in central Napier over the weekend. The man was found lying near the intersection of Vautier Street...

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