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Funding is now available to help landowners in the Lake Rotorua catchment to convert mature gorse to trees, shrub or native bush.
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Knitting sweaters for penguins, a perfect storm of squee and awww that hits every hipster button: Cute widdle birds, knitting, helping some faraway land during an environmental disaster, and social media.
An under-utilised carpark area at the Aquatic Centre is to be offered to the Rotorua Continuing Care Trust for the relocation of Whare Aroha CARE home and hospital.
A Blenheim teenager is a step closer to his dream of becoming a pilot after winning one of five nationwide flying scholarships.
North Island gem The Coromandel has been announced as New Zealand's number two destination to experience following a trans-Tasman consumer poll conducted by leading travel experience provider Experience Oz and NZ .
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch is defending its turf, announcing it will develop a more than $20 million inland port at Rolleston.
Police are seeking public assistance to locate 44-year-old Tony Ashley Gorrie in relation to prolific fraud offending against backpackers and accommodation providers nationwide.
Tauranga Hospital is 100 years old today. BOPDHB Chief Executive Officer Phil Cammish said the historic event was an opportunity to reflect on 100 years of innovation and excellence and look forward to an even brighter future.
A crash involving a logging truck and car has shut down the northbound lane of Tauranga's Takitimu Drive this morning.
GNS scientist Fabio Caratori Tontini with Maurice Tivey of the US-based Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
March 05, 2014 - New Zealand-headquartered information and technology organisation Datacom is pleased to announce it has acquired Origen Technology Ltd. Origen is a Tauranga-based technology company that has developed and extensively deployed Ozone, a world-class enterprise software platform for local authorities.
The bumper milk production has landed during a record payment of $8.65 a kilogram of milksolids forecasted by dairy giant Fonterra.
A health warning has been issued for Lake Rotoehu as routine monitoring results provided by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council have confirmed a bloom of potentially toxic blue-green algae.