About 50 Te Puke business owners and residents have heard the first draft of concept plans from a task force asked to visualise how the town must change to stay alive.
The relief on the faces and in the voices of the Mount Maunganui players, coaching staff and supporters after the final whistle blew at Blake Park was evidence they had finally won a game after four one-point losses this season.
Round nine of the premier Baywide rugby competition delivers another dose of matches between teams clustered closely together on the competition ladder.
Frustrated Te Puke tourist operators want to break away from Tourism Bay of Plenty and do their own international promotion of the area's "super foods".
A national management plan for dealing with the kiwifruit Psa virus has been formally approved by the Government.
A logjam in the middle of the Seeka KI Western BOP championship sets up a number of vital clashes tomorrow for the four teams with semifinal aspirations.
The decision of the independent panel considering Newmont Waihi Gold’s application to operate the Correnso underground mine in Waihi East has been made public.
Hundreds of Western Bay defendants have escaped criminal convictions by way of diversion or discharges in the last year.
The Governor-General has presented the RSA's prestigious Anzac of the Year Award to New Zealand's youngest-ever recipients - two cousins who saved a man from drowning.
Waikato Police will launch a road safety campaign aimed at making it safer for children going to and from school.
It will be the first time in more than a century that tieke have been on the mountain, the earlier birds having been wiped out by predators.
Work has begun on sealing Te Awamutu's Alexandra Street, the final stage in the upgrade project. The sealing work will take several weeks.
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