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Rain is expected to move in across the Bay as an active trough moves up from the South Island. A band of very heavy rain is associated with this trough, which should move northwards during Wednesday and Thursday. A severe weather watch has been issued...

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Katikati man Shane Murray Zonnevald has admitted his role in an attack which left an iron bar stuck in the head of a 23-year-old man. Zonnevald, 21, pleaded guilty to a charge of wounding with reckless disregard when he appeared in Tauranga District Court...

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Tauranga is to become one of only two regions in New Zealand where state houses will be transferred to registered Community Housing Providers (CHPs). Invercargill is the other region, as revealed by Housing New Zealand Minister Bill English and Social...

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A car has crashed into a barrier on State Highway 2, near Clarke Road, this afternoon. Emergency services are at the scene where the driver is believed to have suffered a medical event. One lane is blocked and people and being asked to drive with care...

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Fancy yourself as a keen swordsman or just fascinated with oriental weaponry? Then the chance to learn the “way of the warrior” is just for you. Tomorrow marks the first Edge Weapons class, where participants 16 years and older can take part...

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With a keen eye for clues, Western Bay of Plenty primary schools have put their unique spin on a hugely popular TV show in record numbers this morning. Around 42 teams tested their problem solving, navigational and team building skills in the Western...

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The Elms Foundation trustees are seeking $200,000 in financial support from council for the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of the historic Elms mission house and grounds. The Elms has been supported by the Tauranga Charitable Trust since they bought the...

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Tauranga musician Phil Rudd feels he has been given the “cold shoulder” from his AC/DC bandmates, despite reaching out to re-join the iconic band. Phil, 60, was replaced by Chis Slade on drums for their ‘Rock or Bust' world tour...

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UPDATED 12.06PM: Armed police have cordoned off streets in Merivale as they continue to hunt a man from a domestic incident this morning. Cordons are in place at the corner of Hampton Terrace and Fraser Street and police have been spotted at Yatton Park. AOS...

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The opening shots in the fight for the tropical display house on Robbins Road were fired by 91-year-old Joy McGregor yesterday, who singled out every councillor who has commented publicly on the cost saving move. Tauranga City Council is proposing to...

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