Articles By: Staff

Meat and dairy drive producer prices

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HIGHER prices for lamb, beef, and dairy products helped lift prices received by manufacturers who also paid more for raw products and power, according to…

Dive bottles show their age

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SCUBA divers are encouraged to bring in certain aluminium dive bottles made in 1997 or earlier for testing before October 31 due to possible flaws…

Whakatohea signs agreement

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WHAKATOHEA Pre-Settlement Claims Trust has signed an agreement in principle with the Crown at Parliament, which it says is a positive step towards settling its…

Makita tools stolen from vehicle

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TOOLS were stolen from a car at Gateway Drive last week. Whakatane police Senior Sergeant Mark van der Kley said a large quantity of Makita…

Battle for school pride on the track

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  NEARLY 200 riders carved up the track at the Inter Schools Motocross Championships at Awakaponga on Friday. The event included a range of classes…

Gymnast makes top 10

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WHAKATANE gymnast Dylan Biggs placed sixth on the first day of the two-day Auckland Manukau Gymnastics Championships, held in Auckland over the weekend. Biggs placed…

Swimmers hit form at Bay champs

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WHAKATANE Swimming Club’s Marley Orr dominated the breaststroke at the Bay of Plenty Short Course Championships in Tauranga last weekend. Competing in the boys aged…