Bringing news to your fingertips

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SunLive is making it even easier for you to keep-up-to-date with the latest news from around the Bay of Plenty, with the addition of an evening news bulletin.

The newsletter, which users can subscribe to receive through email, compiles a selection of the day’s top news items.

It mirrors the earlier bulletin which is sent at about midday, each day of the week. is one of many great Sun Media products created by partners in business and life, Claire and Brian Rogers.

The company has filled a much needed gap for a lively, Bay owned and operated “local” media outlet.

SunLive combines a selection of the latest news from the community, including council, crime, crashes and traffic, weather, business, politics, environment, health, motoring, marine, technology, education, entertainment, property and rural news; bringing you the Bay’s news first

To subscribe to receive our news bulletin including the latest news headlines and breaking news updates, register online at


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