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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Carrington comfortably into final

Lisa Carrington's world cup kayaking form has continued, while two of her New Zealand teammates will join her in A finals tonight at the German round of... read more

Sun shines in media awards

Sun Media publications and personnel have netted several wins in the annual NZ Community Newspapers Awards. Publications from the Sun Media Ltd stable... read more

Firefighters mustering up SkyTower

It may be a gloomy, wet day in the North Island but firefighters from the Bay are not letting the wet weather dampen their spirits are they make their... read more

Weather systems tackle country

Two weather systems tackle each end of the country as rain hits the Bay of Plenty today. The first, a low from the north Tasman Sea, will track over Northland... read more


Govt wipes child support debt

Up to $70 million in child support debt in the Bay of Plenty could be written off by Inland Revenue in a bid to... read more

LTP changes have no rating impact

The Whakatane District Council's 2015-25 Long Term Plan (LTP) deliberations process has seen a number of changes... read more

Kiwifruit smeared on Te Puke road

A “flood of green kiwifruit” has been left smeared on the main street of Te Puke after falling from... read more

Chiefs victorious over Bulls

A stellar second half has proved the difference for the Chiefs who overcame the Bulls 34-20 as Super Rugby action... read more

Epic relay raises $30,000

Frolicking seals and hot roasts. Not many people would think of these two things at the same time, but for some... read more

Bardoul locks in start

When it comes to testing yourself against the best locks in the world, they don't come much bigger than Bulls and... read more

Heavy rain forecast for Bay

A severe weather warning is in place for the Bay of Plenty with periods of heavy rain expected to hit the region.... read more

Fonterra retires fire truck

Fonterra is gifting a rare fire engine, built in Rotorua, to the Wellington Fire Museum, retiring the vehicle after... read more


Going Beyond

Simon Neate Marketing Administrator Sport Bay of Plenty  David Jaggs from Beyond Adventure Racing loves to get outside and explore more

Head Over Heels at MIGS

Julie Adamson Regional Secondary School Events  Director/BOPSS Coordinator Sport Bay of Plenty  Last Friday Mid Island Gym more

Adventure is in the Air

Nicki Scott Virtually on Track Project Leader Sport Bay of Plenty  The mornings are getting colder and the days shorter as the winter months' more

But My Kids Are Active

Kirsty Carling Early Childhood Team Leader Sport Bay of Plenty  As Early Childhood Team Leader at Sport Bay of Plenty, part of my more


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