Articles By: Staff

Google for Kawerau teacher

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TE Aka Toitu Trust’s Sam Gibson will experience Google in London next month. The only candidate selected from Australasia, Mr Gibson will go to an…

Leave miracle water in Fiji

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THE ministry for primary industries is asking travellers from Fiji to stop bringing “miracle water” into New Zealand if they want to avoid a stiff…

Mob members sentenced

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TWO men involved in an armed gang confrontation at a rural petrol station east of Opotiki have been sentenced for their role in the altercation.…

Kawerau’s youth council sworn in

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KAWERAU’S newly-sworn-in youth council’s first event for the year will be at Flowquest next month. The new youth council, comprising eight former members and nine…

Brass band vies for award

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EASTERN Bay of Plenty Brass is about to go head-to-head with the country’s best and brightest voluntary groups and organisations at the Trustpower National Community…

Prosecution welcomed

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BUILDING and construction minister Nick Smith has welcomed the ministry of business innovation and employment’s first successful prosecution of a landlord for renting a substandard…

International Forest Day

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TODAY is International Day of Forests, celebrated annually on March 21 to recognise and promote the many benefits forests bring to life. Forestry is New…

Peace through a poster

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A WHAKATANE girl’s artwork that expresses her perception of peace was up against hundreds of thousands of children around the world. Neva Clyde’s art piece…

Free-range cook in Eastern Bay

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ANNABEL Langbein passes through the Eastern Bay this week on a promotional tour for her new book, Essential. She’ll be at both the Opotiki and…