Articles By: Adyn Ogle

Club calls for more helping hands

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A STAPLE of Whakatane sport is facing challenging times. The Whakatane Athletic and Harrier Club’s weekly children’s athletics meets have spanned generations, drawing barefoot youngsters…

Festival on the rise

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ORGANISERS of the second Kiwi Junior League Festival are happy with improvements from year one – but they are not done yet. The 36-team event…

Kawerau made to wait for title

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KAWERAU can only wait to see if they have done enough to claim the Bay of Plenty division one football title. They beat neighbours Plains…

Meat-free week

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BOWEL Cancer New Zealand invites you to join them in going meat-free for seven days. They are challenging all New Zealanders to a week without…

Dual role for Jones

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A SELF-CONFESSED fanatic of both sports, Whakatane’s Brent Jones is stepping into a unique role in rugby league and cricket. Jones has been the Upper…

Trident’s cleaning up across codes

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WINTER tournament week wrapped up for Eastern Bay secondary school teams last week and it was girls teams that stepped up. Trident High School’s girls’…

Cup win half the battle

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KAWERAU claimed football’s Bay Sports Centre Cup in a dramatic final in Rotorua on Saturday. The Bay of Plenty first division leaders beat Taupo’s third…