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10:36am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
A man who assaulted two teenage boys at a Young Labour summer camp has been discharged without conviction.
Judge Russell Collins refused to grant the... Read More
10:30am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
A popular Tauranga slide torched twice this year will not be open this Christmas.
The slide, which is part of the playground on The... Read More
9:57am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
A Tauranga man has been jailed after pleading guilty to a raft of charges including, doing an indecent act on a child under 12 years of age.
Name suppression... Read More
9:27am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
The Government is proposing to reduce speed limits to a maximum of 40 km/h around urban schools and 60 km/h around rural schools.
“Our kids should... Read More
8:23am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
Police have named the couple who died following a crash in the Bay of Plenty.
"They were 89-year-old William Rankin and 84-year-old Greta Tuite... Read More
7:51am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
To celebrate its 10 year anniversary, 7 Days is hitting the road with their biggest tour of the country yet.
What is described as New... Read More
7:10am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
The Coromandel population has cracked the 30,000 mark, according to the latest data from our economic consultant Infometrics.
Since the 2018 census... Read More
6:47am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
Powerball and Strike have both rolled over, meaning there is a combined prize pool of $6.4 million up for grabs on Saturday night.
Powerball was... Read More
6:38am Thursday 28 Nov, 2019
People are being warned to take steps to prepare for a damaging earthquake before it hits.
This is the message from the Earthquake Commission... Read More
8:00pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
Agricultural chemicals may be responsible for wiping out beehives in the Bay of Plenty, East Coast and Waikato.
Scientists have found traces of neonicotinoid... Read More
7:00pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
New Zealand's first ever Suicide Prevention Office has officially opened and will work to tackle the country’s persistently high rate of suicide.
Prime... Read More
6:00pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
Exports of dairy products, beef, and lamb, particularly to China, increased in value in October 2019, says Stats NZ.
However, the rises were partly... Read More
5:08pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
Whakatane District Council representatives had the opportunity to meet with Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta last week to discuss the process... Read More
3:51pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
This year’s Kawerau Christmas in the Park will be fantastic say Kawerau District Council.
Kawerau Christmas in the Park is the Eastern Bay of... Read More
3:17pm Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019
As dozens of Australian fires continue to burn, some out of control, the air pressure set up over the Tasman Sea means New Zealand's skies continue... Read More