Active Whakatāne survey participants awarded
Two lucky recipients have been awarded for their participation in...
Technology changes face of bus travel
The numbers don’t lie – the days of the printed bus timetable appear...
Whakatāne District Mayor Tony Bonne announced his retirement from local government
Whakatāne District Mayor Tony Bonne this morning announced his...
Country-of-origin labelling finally passed
Kiwis will finally be able to identify where their fruit and vege...
Health Warning Issued for Lake Okaro and Lake Rotoehu
Health warnings have been issued for both Lake Okaro and Lake...
Water supply resilience upgrade
The Whakatāne District Council has approved $260,000 of additional...

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Country-of-origin labelling finally passed

Kiwis will finally be able to identify where their fruit and vege come from after the Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Act passed its third reading in parliament yesterday. Consumer NZ head of research Jessica Wilson said the law change was a...

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Health Warning Issued for Lake Okaro and Lake Rotoehu

Health warnings have been issued for both Lake Okaro and Lake Rotoehu because of the presence of blooms of potentially toxic blue-green algae. Contact with water affected by blooms of blue-green algae can cause asthma and hayfever attacks in some individuals.  Contact...

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Water supply resilience upgrade

The Whakatāne District Council has approved $260,000 of additional work on the water supply systems serving Ōhope and elevated residential areas of Whakatāne, to reduce the potential for future supply interruptions. The work to improve the resilience of the supply...

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Civil Defence test this weekend

Apps, alerts and some fixed sirens will be tested this weekend, as Bay of Plenty Emergency Management carries out their second alerting test of the year. Director Clinton Naude said the focus for Sunday evening’s test is making sure that the systems and processes in...

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Outdoor pool enclosure may be included in annual plan

A proposal to enclose the outdoor pool at the Whakatāne Aquatic and Fitness Centre will be considered as part of the Whakatāne District Council’s 2019/20 Annual Plan, provided the necessary external funding is secured to support the project. A final decision on the...

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Active Whakatāne survey participants awarded

Two lucky recipients have been awarded for their participation in Whakatāne District Council’s Active Whakatāne project - a transport and recreation strategy which aims to make it easier and safer for people to use our roads, pathways, tracks and open spaces, and gain...

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Technology changes face of bus travel

The numbers don’t lie – the days of the printed bus timetable appear to be numbered according to Bay of Plenty Regional Council. As the Regional Council prepares to roll out its new Tauranga and Western Bay bus network on Monday 10 December, it has been investigating...

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Whakatane Children’s Music School Concert

A hundred piece orchestra made up of pupils and tutors of the Whakatane Children’ Music School will give a demonstration concert at the Whakatane Intermediate School gymnasium on Friday November 30th at 7.30 P.M.  Admission by donation. This year’s theme is the music...

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Recycling drop-offs – sorting required

Anyone dropping-off recyclable waste at the Whakatāne District Council’s Whakatāne or Murupara transfer stations will now be required to sort and place items in the appropriate receptacles. Council Solid Waste Manager Nigel Clarke says that to be able to maintain a...

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The Great Coast Clean-up needs you

Waste-Zero-Whakatāne is teaming up with KG Kayaks and the Department of Conservation to bring The Great Coast Clean-Up to our region on Saturday, 10 November. The purpose of the event is to remove as much plastic, rubbish and waste as possible from our coastal...

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****CRAIC THE CODE and WIN Craic vouchers.**** Solve the sneaky coded puzzle and keep the answer to yourself! To be in with a chance to WIN CRAIC VOUCHERS every Friday, have your answer ready and waiting to call through to us every Friday around...

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Hump Day Lunch Shout with Subway

LUNCH SHOUT WITH SUBWAY WHAKATANE Enter your business to win a Subway Platter every Wednesday by phoning 0800 4 THE SUN or send a Facebook message. Winners will be announced every Wednesday around 11.30am and delivered to your workplace for...

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WIN BAY DREAMS TICKETS

LAST CHANCE TO WIN!! Win a double pass to the sold out concert Bay Dreams in the Mount! Tune into Sun FM 106.5 and check out our Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat for more...

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Visual Things

Meat & Meat Free: The Taste Test

This morning, Hamish and Carlos trusted us with a blind taste test. Would they tell the difference between a meat pattie and a meat-free meat pattie? Would they fall for the extra meaty prank we had lined up for them? All is revealed in this video!

Posted by SunFM1065 on Thursday, 1 November 2018
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