Articles By: Staff

Today in brief

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Tried and failed NO entry was gained during two burglaries in Whakatane last week. Whakatane police Senior Sergeant Mark van der Kley said an attempt…

Dairy strong despite signs of peak

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THOUGH sustained supply growth from exporters suggests that prices have peaked, global dairy markets remain buoyant according to a new Rabobank global dairy report. The…

Rolling with the changes

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STUDENTS from Ohope Beach School took to the Ohope Hall stage last week to sing and dance their way through the last of three end-of-term…

Mama pamper

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SIX new mums recently enjoyed a Mama and Pepe Pamper morning in Taneatua. Plunket community services co-ordinator Hepina Bowlin and Jodie Stevenson, a beauty tutor…

Telling the stories that matter

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WHEN the American author, Joan Didion wrote, “We tell ourselves stories in order to live,” she meant that stories give meaning and shape to our…

Intimate video couple sentenced

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SEXUAL curiosity was the motivation for an intimate video made by a Kawerau couple of their employee who was unaware he was being recorded. Melissa…

Today in brief

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Former deputy PM in negotiations IT’S been a busy week for Ohope resident Sir Michael Cullen. As well as presenting the report from the panel…

Cyclist hit by car

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Femur fracture for injured cyclist A CYCLIST on her way to work at Julian’s Berry Farm suffered a fractured femur after being hit by a…