Rotorua, New Zealand Newswire

Rotorua, New Zealand Newswire

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  1. Flashback: 40 years since Mona Blades went missingRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    Blades had been living with her sister Lillian, brother-in-law Tom and niece Angela in Hamilton and decided to hitchhike to her family home in Hastings for Queen's Birthday Weekend. He saw the car again parked on an isolated road.

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  2. Athletics: Achilles helps mum from MS to marathonsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Nic Miller-Clendon is delighted to be entering a series of marathons over the next year with the Achilles team. In 2011 Auckland mother and midwife Nic Miller-Clendon was training for what would have been her 10th marathon.

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  3. Who is Ross Moriarty? Everything you need to know about the man who...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    ... result at the World Cup, third after beating Australia in a dramatic play-off for the bronze medal at Rotorua, New Zealand during the inaugural tournament of 1987. Powerful ball-carrying flanker or No.8 Paul, who picked up 21 union caps for Wales, ...

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  4. TrustPower TECT Rescue Helicopter: Two Missions TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scoop

    Today around 1300 hrs the Tauranga based Trustpower TECT Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Matakana Is where a 4 year old local boy was suffering from abdominal pain, as a precaution the helicopter was used to fly him to Tauranga hospital for further treatment. His condition was stable.

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  5. Motorbike and truck collide in Te KahaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Waikato Times

    A motorcyclist is in Rotorua hospital with serious hip and lower leg injuries after the bike he was riding and a truck collided at Te Kaha, east of Whakatane, on Friday afternoon. His two riding companions called emergency services and he was flown to Rotorua hospital for treatment by the Tauranga based Trustpower TECT Rescue helicopter.

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  6. Taking gender out of the equationRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Otago Daily Times

    Schools have been asked to consider offering gender-neutral uniforms as part of new sexuality education guidelines aimed at being more inclusive. Advice from the Ministry of Education, released yesterday, also suggested schools could review toilet spaces, allow same-sex partners at balls, and be aware of grouping students by gender in sports classes to help a more diverse range of students feel safe.

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  7. Hard News: Friday Music: They even taxed the turntablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Public Address

    Unless you happened to be a Young Nat - and frankly, a few of them were probably wavering - to be young in late 70s and early 80s New Zealand was to be set against Prime Minister Rob Muldoon. It wasn't just the Springbok Tour, the mad economy and the SIS, it was cultural too.

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  8. NZ's best Call of Duty players ready to take on AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Four of New Zealand's best Call of Duty players want to beat America at their own game. But first they have to take on Australia.

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  9. Drug houses worth $500k seized by CrownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Waikato Times

    Two Whakatane drug houses worth a combined $500,000 have been seized by the High Court after it was found they were paid for with drug money. The two properties in the eastern Bay of Plenty town are now in the hands of the Official Assignee while a financial investigation is undertaken towards a forfeiture application to the High Court.

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  10. Geoff Thomas: Walk on the wild sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    Garston is a small settlement an hour's drive south of Queenstown. It has an old pub, a shop selling honey products and a silver Airstream camper made in Washington state in 1966.

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  11. The Official Crankworx Rotorua HighlightsRead the original story

    Thursday | Bike Magazine

    It's been some time now since this summer's first Crankworx stop wrapped up in Rotorua, New Zealand.

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  12. Veritas slashes profit guidance by 19% as Nosh stallsRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    Veritas Investments, the food and beverage investor, has slashed its full year profit guidance 19 percent, blaming a slower than expected turnaround in its gourmet supermarket chain, Nosh Food Market, and tighter drink-driving legislation weighing on its Better Bar Company unit. The Auckland-based company, which also owns the Mad Butcher franchise, now expects profit to be $4.3 million in the 12 months ending June 30, down from the $5.3 million it forecast in February, which itself was a downgrade from its November expectation of between $5.3 million and $5.8 million, and unchanged from the $4.3 million it reported last year.

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  13. Melamed hits EWS top 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pique News Magazine

    Career taking flight Local enduro rider Jesse Melamed is shown in the third stage during a training run in County Wicklow, Ireland. Melamed finished ninth.

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  14. Four-week ban for England's Dylan HartleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | RTE.ie

    Dylan Hartley's World Cup hopes are under severe threat after the England hooker was hit with a four-week ban for headbutting Saracens' Jamie George. The fiery Northampton hooker's guilty plea in Wednesday's disciplinary hearing may just prove a shrewd enough move however to salvage his World Cup participation.

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  15. Aussie Coming To Clean Up ChristchurchRead the original story

    Wednesday | Scoop

    While New Zealand's top runners vie for the national title in this weekend's Christchurch Airport Half Marathon, a collection of Aussies will be doing their best to upset trans-Tasman relations. On a new course back in the inner-city, the 35th edition of the annual Queen's Birthday Weekend event will include what is shaping up as the best half marathon on New Zealand shores for several seasons.

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  16. Man found in Rotorua stream identifiedRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Otago Daily Times

    Richard Hoani Herekiuha was originally from the eastern Bay of Plenty, but had moved to Rotorua last year, police said. The 43-year-old was found dead in the Otamatea Stream about 11.30am on Tuesday by a member of the public.

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  17. Man found dead in Rotorua stream namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Richard Hoani Herekiuha, 43, was originally from the eastern Bay of Plenty, but had moved to Rotorua last year, police said. "Although we provisionally know how Mr Herekiuha died, we need to piece together his movements over the past week before we can draw any conclusions about the circumstances," Detective Senior Sergeant Zane Smith said.

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  18. NZ@Noon: Plucky penguin and a 'cowardly act'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New Zealand Herald

    A plucky penguin in Tauranga and a "cowardly act" in Rotorua are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. A penguin recovering after being coated in oil in last month's oil spill has earned himself a special new name.

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  19. Rotorua Airport appoints new CEORead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    Ms Brewer comes to the Airport with extensive aviation, business and planning experience, including eight years at Air New Zealand and three years with Qualmark. Airport Chairman, Peter Stubbs, says Ms Brewer has the experience, contacts and passion to capitalise on the work achieved by management over recent years and to take the Airport forward into its next growth phase.

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  20. Bay making the most of the strong NZ dollarRead the original story

    Wednesday | Scoop

    NZ dollar has gone from strength to strength and people in the Bay are making the most of competitive exchange rates - NZ dollar has gone from strength to strength and people in the Bay are making the most of competitive exchange rates Demand for travel is on the up with more people from the Bay than ever before making the most of the strong NZ dollar and booking holidays abroad. Scott McCullough, National Manager Travel Money NZ, part of the Flight Centre Travel Group, says New Zealanders are really making the most of the good exchange rates that are on offer at the moment.

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