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Tsunami: do you know when to go?

Emergency Management Bay of Plenty wants to remind residents visiting or residing in coastal areas of the warning signs for a potential tsunami. If you experience any one of the following triggers: ·         FEEL...

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Bay Dreams – close to selling out + new acts added!

Less than 24 hours after going on sale, tickets for New Zealand’s biggest summer festival,Bay Dreams, are already close to selling out. Bay Dreams will be held at Trustpower Baypark Stadium at The Mount on January 2, 2020 and Trafalgar Park in Nelson, on January 4,...

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Tsunami: do you know when to go?

Emergency Management Bay of Plenty wants to remind residents visiting or residing in coastal areas of the warning signs for a potential tsunami. If you experience any one of the following triggers: ·         FEEL...

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Farm managers fined for effluent discharge

An Ōpōtiki dairy farm manager and senior farm assistant have been fined $24,700 under the Resource Management Act after an effluent irrigator failed and discharged into a nearby drain. Charges were also laid against the landowner and consent holder, who was...

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Measles Alert for Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals

Toi Te Ora Public Health is urging those who attended the Basketball New Zealand Under 15 Nationals tournament held at Trustpower Arena in Mount Maunganui, between 17th – 20th July, to be vigilant for the symptoms of measles, after a participant took part while...

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Waimana Gorge Slip

 NZ Transport Agency is advising that SH2 through the Waimana Gorge remains closed. Bay of Plenty System Manager Rob Campbell says while the wet weather has had some impact on work this week our contractors have made good progress. “We are expecting to continue...

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Native tree planting during Matariki

Whakatāne District Council Open Spaces staff have come together with a number of local students over the last two weeks to plant specimen native trees as part of the national Matariki Tu Rakau initiative supported by Tu Uru Rakau/Forestry NZ. Whakatāne District...

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River Edge Park Miniature Railway Winter Running Days 2019

Sundays 5 August, 1 September Spring School Holidays Sundays 29 September, 6 and 13 October Trains running from 10 am until 3 pm weather permitting. Closed Toe Footwear must be worn! Fare packages from $2, Cash only, EFTPOS Not Available! Access via the Car Park,...

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Tsunami: do you know when to go?

Emergency Management Bay of Plenty wants to remind residents visiting or residing in coastal areas of the warning signs for a potential tsunami. If you experience any one of the following triggers: ·         FEEL...

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Knitting in the gallery

M/other brings together artworks by 10 contemporary artists from Aotearoa that reflect on diverse experiences of motherhood. From 10am – 12pm on Tuesday, 7 May, the gallery will also be hosting a knitting session. Interested members of the public are invited to pick...

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Measles in the Bay of Plenty – Update #4

Since last week’s report, a further four cases of measles have been confirmed in the Bay of Plenty, bringing the total number of measles reported over the past month to ten. “The most recent cases are known to be linked to the earlier reported cases of measles,” says...

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