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School holidays are upon us but for a number of young Bay of Plenty rugby players there is no slowing down. Next week, eight Bay players will take part in the Chiefs U18 camp at St Paul's Collegiate in Hamilton, from July 7 to 11. Tauranga Boys'...

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An iconic local sports store has shut its door this week – citing a lack of foot traffic in downtown Tauranga as the reason behind their close. Wright Sports, which has been operating in the Bay for nearly 40 years, is becoming a web-store only...

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The Bay of Plenty Steamers will have the services of Johan Bardoul for another two seasons with the rugged flanker re-signing with the union yesterday. The announcement comes on the back of the 27-year-old's successful debut season with the Chiefs...

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Put on your best stars and stripes – The Hop House wants you for an Independence Day celebration. The new craft brew bar, located in the venue formerly known as Major Toms, is holding an American-themed extravaganza from 6pm, featuring stateside...

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Police were spotted in Maungantapu this morning following an armed police raid at a property last night. Several officers were seen filling out paper work as a motorbike and car were loaded onto a tow truck and taken away. One vehicle and a motorbike...

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Politicians, business men and councillors as man servants. Sounds like something out of a fiction novel. But fiction came reality at the Ladies Long Charity lunch at ASB Arena yesterday. Lavina Good and Mary Lambie. While the final figures are yet to...

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A dominant display by top seeded Lauren Clarke against Annmarie Holst marked the start of the PaknSave North Island Squash Championships, with Clarke winning the opening round 3/0. With 34 A-graders and a host of national age group ranked players, world...

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The sound of 23 deaths was like the distant closing of a door. Flight 441, on a slow jaunt from Auckland to Wellington, had slammed into a rock wall in the Kaimai Ranges, exploded, and tumbled down the rock face. All on board on July 3, 1963 - 52 years...

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Larry's passing has left a huge hole in a lot of people's lives, bigger than ASB Stadium. This analogy is offered by Larry Gallop's wife Glenis and describes perfectly how much he was loved by and his influence on his family and friends. There's...

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The next time Selwyn Ridge School pupils open an app on their iPad or computer, they'll understand what goes on behind-the-scenes to control what's happening on screen. They're a long way off creating their own apps just yet, but a group...

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