Articles By: Staff

Lisa’s juggling in high heels

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LISA O’Neill is heading to the Eastern Bay next week to help women organise the chaos in their lives. O’Neill is a speaker, stylist, motivator…

Gisborne council gives $10,000

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GISBORNE District Council will donate $10,000 to the victims of the Edgecumbe Flood. The donation was approved at a meeting of the council’s Future Tairawhiti…

Psychic show sold out

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SUE Nicholson, one of Australasia’s best known psychic mediums brings her hit show Answers From The Other Side to Whakatane next week. Eventfinda tickets to…

New sign for shopping centre

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KOPEOPEO is to receive a boost in the shape of a waka bow-inspired sculpture sign. The sign will be installed at the King Street and…

Brake has eyes on US national title

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Name: Zoe Brake Sport: Golf University: Ohio State University City: Columbus, OH ZOE Brake’s journey took a break at a crucial time in her career,…

Record round captures title

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FORMER Ohope golfer Alanna Campbell equalled a course record to complete a clinical come-from-behind victory at the Carrus Open in Tauranga at the weekend. Campbell,…

Concert for Edgecumbe

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THE staff and students of the Waikato University Music Conservatorium are very aware of the plight of the people of Edgecumbe and are dedicating their…

Holiday programme a kicker

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YOUNG footballers kicked up a fuss at Warren Park on Friday. The Waikato Bay of Plenty football holiday programme was run by Eastern Bay development…

Country of origin labelling closer

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KIWIS are a step closer to being able to identify where their fruit and veges come from thanks to the Consumers’ Right to Know (Country…

Scientists to study flood damage

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SCIENTISTS will knock on doors in Edgecumbe next week asking to survey damage to buildings caused by the April 6 flood. The scientists, from the…