Articles By: Karla Akuhata

Sunair flights resume

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SUNAIR Aviation was scheduled to resume flights into and out of Whakatane yesterday after being grounded for 10 days from December 9. Civil Aviation Authority…

Angel lights not earthquake related

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ANGEL-SHAPED lights seen from the Whakatane Heads are unconnected to earthquakes a GeoNet scientist says. The lights were photographed by Cole Reneti, who was having…

Sunair flights resume

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SUNAIR Aviation was scheduled to resume flights into and out of Whakatane yesterday after being grounded for 10 days from December 9. Civil Aviation Authority…

Additional bin costs extra

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IF you think you’re on to a good thing with your extra council-issued rubbish bin you might want to check your rates bill before you…

Wastewater upgrade needs buy-in

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THE latest cost estimate to treat Matata’s wastewater is $32 million. The figure is revealed in a report to be considered by Whakatane District Council…

Barrier U-turn praised

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AGRICULTURAL contractor Cheryl Brogden is describing a U-turn performed by New Zealand Transport Agency as a win for the little people. NZTA has removed and…

Landing Road teardrop is back

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THE teardrop roundabout is coming back to Landing Road. Reconfigured as a part of a trial to investigate options to alleviating traffic congestion during the…

Leaders scoff at Goff levy

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WHAKATANE does not need a visitor levy similar to the one proposed by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff this week. Mr Goff has proposed a visitor…