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  1. Motorsport: Kiwi rookie off to Le Mans after Monaco winRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Tauranga driver Richie Stanaway of the Status Grand Prix team wins the Monaco GP2 race, in Monte Carlo. Photo / GP2 Series Media Service Rising New Zealand motor racing star Richie Stanaway took another great leap forward in his career by winning the Monaco GP2 race last weekend.

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  2. Motorsport: Kiwi rookie off to Le Mans after Monaco winRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Tauranga driver Richie Stanaway of the Status Grand Prix team wins the Monaco GP2 race, in Monte Carlo. Photo / GP2 Series Media Service Rising New Zealand motor racing star Richie Stanaway took another great leap forward in his career by winning the Monaco GP2 race last weekend.

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

    16 hrs ago | 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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  4. Motorbike and truck collide in Te KahaRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | 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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  5. Tauranga: CBD developments seen likely to revitalise the city centreRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NBR Newsroom

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  6. Bids for a historic paddleboat that carried the Queen start at a dollarRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    A 108-year-old paddleboat that has sunk, been ravaged by fire and even carried the Queen has been listed on Trademe with a $1 reserve, with bids taking the price to $10,000. New Zealand's historic Otunui is one of the country's oldest operating paddleboats and owner/operator Peter Koole said he set the reserve at $1 so it would gain interest.

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  7. Highlanders franchise to gain private investment; Maori get game against LionsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    The last of New Zealand's five Super Rugby teams to attract outside interest, the Highlanders are now in "well advanced" negotiations with one group of investors. Following a board meeting, New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew revealed Friday he envisioned the new licence being agreed before the World Cup, which kicks off in mid September, and in place for next season.

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  8. Fruit contractor faces migrant exploitation charge...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Scoop

    A Tauranga based fruit farm labour contractor has appeared at the Tauranga District Court this morning on 32 charges under the Immigration Act 2009, including 12 relating to the exploitation of migrant workers. Fruit contractor faces migrant exploitation charges A Tauranga based fruit farm labour contractor has appeared at the Tauranga District Court this morning on 32 charges under the Immigration Act 2009, including 12 relating to the exploitation of migrant workers.

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  9. Stock Takes: Refinery shares get snapped upRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The operator of the Caltex service station chain sold its 11.4 per cent stake in the Marsden Point refinery owner through a block trade run by Deutsche Craigs that wrapped up yesterday. That deal followed the Tauranga Energy Consumer Trust's sale of 20 million Trustpower shares for about $155 million last month.

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  10. New Council members for Bay of Plenty PolytechnicRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    The Council of Bay of Plenty Polytechnic welcome two new community Council members this month, Mike Chapman and Gavin Frost. The eight-strong Council comprises four ministerial appointees and four community representatives.

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  11. Queen's Birthday Weekend weather: an early winter warm-upRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Scoop

    As we segue from autumn to winter this long holiday weekend, after the recent cold snap, it may feel more like we're transitioning from winter to spring with the arrival of warmer air. Let's break things down a bit.

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  12. Kiwi friends and family thrilled for barmaid after US$2000 tipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stuff.co.nz

    Washington DC bartender Laura Dally has heard from plenty of her Kiwi family and friends in the past few days - ever since it was reported a customer left a US$2000 tip at the restaurant where she works. Dally, a dual New Zealand-US citizen, has assorted relatives in the Tauranga area where her father Lester Dally grew up.

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  13. Former PM in Mainzeal lawsuit, RMA reform stymied, $10b cottage industry attracts big playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NBR Newsroom

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  14. Finalists Announced for National Contemporary Art AwardRead the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    National Contemporary art award judge Aaron Kreisler has selected 52 entries as finalists for this year's National Contemporary Art Award hosted by Waikato Museum. Faced with a record number of entries this year, Aaron Kreisler met the challenge, selecting the 52 finalists through a blind judging process.

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  15. Major safety improvement programme rolls out on SH2Read the original story

    Thursday | Scoop

    The NZ Transport Agency says they are focused on reducing delays to motorists travelling on State Highway 2 between Tauranga and Waihi while contractors work on a $5million safety improvement programme. The works will see guard rails which prevent run off road crashes and wide centre lines, which reduce the risk of head on crashes, installed.

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  16. Saint Clair Half Marathon gets top marksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Marlborough Express

    The Wineathoners, made up of runners and walkers from Auckland, Waikato and Tauranga, enjoy a drink after the 2015 Saint Clair Vineyard Half Marathon. Organisers of one of Marlborough's most popular half marathons are celebrating after receiving a 99 per cent positive rating as well as raising $50,000 for charity.

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  17. West Bromwich grandson thanks Frenchman for 1944 rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Black Country Bugle

    Emotional reunion - Pictured, from left, are the Honorary Mayor of Chaintreaux, teacher and translator Pascal Brunet, rescuer Monsieur Dade and his wife plus grandson Ian King Ian was by the grave of pilot Leslie Lissette and Rear Gunner Ron Ellis when he met the Honorary Mayor of Chaintreaux who told him about Monsieur Dade who had rescued Ian's grandfather Brian Lissette, who is the nephew of the Lancaster Bomber pilot, Leslie Lissette, and New Zealand Naval Captain Shaun Fogarty pay their respects at the memorial service Wreaths from the British and New Zealand embassies plus one from the families of Lissette, Pittwood, King, Emeny and Wesley Processing to the war memorial is the Mayor of Chaintreaux, Marie-Claude Soque with the sash speaking to a representative of the New Zealand Embassy followed by an RAF Officer from the British Embassy.

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  18. Secrets remain locked in mystery safe - for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Sunil Kumar is curious about a safe at his restaurant on Wharf Street and what treasures it might contain. Photo / John Borren The contents of an old safe recently uncovered in a Wharf St restaurant remain a secret despite two locksmiths trying to crack it.

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  19. New Zealand make strong start to lead medal table at Taekwon-Do world champsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Stuff.co.nz

    A gold rush of medals has New Zealand as the leading nation on the medal table after the first day of the ITF Taekwon-Do world championships in Jesolo, Italy. The results from the senior and junior teams are placed together to decide the top nations on the medal table and at the completion of day one New Zealand have five golds, two silvers and six bronze medals to place them well ahead of the second nation, Ireland, on two gold medals, followed by Canada, Norway and Poland rounding out the top five.

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  20. 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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