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Pink race cars, ballerinas and angels are taking to the streets of Tauranga as thousands of people take part in the annual charity HOT Pink Walk. Adorned in their array of pink outfits participants, on two legs or four, joined the annual walk from Masonic...

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A Tauranga man accused of attacking two police officers with a stick and breaking into the Salvation Army has admitted his guilt. Ashley Harris, 33, is charged with two counts of assaulting a person by stabbing, one count of escaping custody and two counts...

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Driving on the wrong side of the road could be punished with a $150 or more fine if the act is deemed deliberate. This message comes after Tauranga resident, who wishes to remain nameless, sent in this video footage of a person driving on the wrong side...

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‘Slip, slop, slap and wrap'. For one Tauranga school, being able to complete the SunSmart message after introducing optional sunglasses to its school uniform is something to take pride in. Otumoetai Intermediate students Josh Christie and...

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The Ministry for Primary Industries is to be congratulated for sending home a Ukrainian couple for allegedly trying to smuggle honey into New Zealand. That's the message from Tauranga beekeeper Neil Mossop, who says: “That the honey and pollen...

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The Tauranga man accused of robbing and assaulting two tourists at McLaren Falls Park has been released on bail until his next court appearance. Dewald Fourie, 28, was charged with robbery and assault with intent to rob when he appeared in Tauranga District...

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This Saturday Rosie O'Grady's in Mount Maunganui will be overflowing with musical goodness when three local acts take to the stage. For a measly $15 you can catch local band Tuner, joined by special guests Megan Sidwell and Brendan Mccarthy...

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The Northern Knights' first steps towards defending the domestic Twenty20 title has come in the form of their first overseas signing - explosive Australian batsman Travis Birt. Ahead of the upcoming Georgie Pie Super Smash, the Knights have signed...

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The shooting of a man by police on State Highway 2, near Ngatea, is being described as a “complex situation” by a Waikato senior police officer. Acting Superintendent Greg Nicholls says police were called to a Kaikahu Rd address in Kerepehi...

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The Bay of Plenty Steamers engine room continues to reap the rewards of strong performances up front with two players named in the Maori All Blacks squad. Steamers hooker Joe Royal and prop Mike Kainga have been included in coach Colin Cooper's...

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