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The latest independent monitoring report , plus $2m of Government funding to help improve New Zealand's maritime response capability, coming two years after the wreck of MV Rena , is welcome news.
The Crown has today closed its case in the jury trial of the Arataki man accused of bashing and robbery of two French tourists in Papamoa last year.
Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu is New Zealand's largest school. It teaches exclusively by distance, meaning its students have never experienced the excitement of being part of a collaborative school performance, until now.
A psychologist who said he was bullied at work has been paid $7500 for injury to his feelings, on top of three months' pay, after the Employment Relations Authority found he was unjustifiably dismissed.
Tauranga Year 11 pupil Celine Cromb, 16, believes a good teacher can be the difference between pass and fail for some students.
An Allen & Heath GLD-80 digital mixer was recently employed at the National Jazz Festival held in Tauranga, New Zealand.
Dunedin is poorer than New Zealand's other major centres and its labour force is shrinking, census data released yesterday shows.
Cars and trucks were backed up for kilometres on State Highway 3 between Wanganui and Waverley after a truck overturned yesterday morning.
Inspiring young people about the exciting world of science is the focus of a new science resource facility launched in Tauranga last night.
A founding hospitality business which helped turn around a once-desolate rural township into one of New Zealand's busiest stopover, antique and collectibles centres is for sale.
The report found Maritime NZ improved quickly and found a way to cope effectively with the Rena disaster.
Property Council is pleased with the current discussions taking place in Tauranga City Council's amalgamation workshop but it is essential that these discussions are robust and transparent to be truly effective for the public.
One of two Frenchmen bashed and robbed in Papamoa while hitchhiking to Rotorua last year has described being left feeling "not very well and shocked" after being punched 4-5 times.
Daljit Singh, a candidate in Auckland's first super-city election in 2010, has pleaded not guilty to the charges of vote fraud.