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  1. Escape from city stress to Beach Life VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | The New Zealand Herald

    A residential holiday and caravan complex for sale at Waihi Beach in the Western Bay of Plenty is being promoted as offering an escape from the city residential squeeze with the benefit of a new coastal lifestyle and an income for an entry level price. "The Beach Life Village complex encompasses a home and the established going concern business," says Brendon Bradley of Bayleys Tauranga who, with fellow sales agent Lynn Bradley, is marketing it for sale through a tender process closing on August 14. "This is one of only two accommodation types of its kind in the area," Brendon Bradley says.

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  2. Cambridge grab WaiBop Premiership advantage as Ngongotaha slip upRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    Cambridge scored a narrow win over Melville United to increase their lead while Ngongotaha dropped their first points since June 13 when held to a draw by Matamata Swifts. At halftime in both games it looked like it would be business as usual for the two title challengers.

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  3. Tapawera's Hayden Warnes named in South Island indoor bowls teamRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Nelson Mail

    Hayden Warnes of Nelson in action during the Indoor Bowls NZ mixed fours zone 5 finals at Warnes Stadium, Nelson. Golden Bay-Motueka's Hayden Warnes has been named in the South Island indoor bowls team that begins a tour of the North Island on Friday.

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  4. A fully fit Otere Black will be the Manawatu Turbos' main man at first five-eighthRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Manawatu Standard

    The merest hint that Cruden might don the green-and-white jersey in a comeback from injury this year was news to coach Jason O'Halloran. He doesn't know where that came from, unless it was from faraway Pluto, and isn't devoting a minute of attention to it.

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  5. Man suffer serious injuries during eventRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The Tauranga-based Trustpower TECT rescue helicopter was dispatched to Lake Matahina, 30km southwest of Whakatane, following the crash today. File photo / NZME.

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  6. Paradise couple priced out of AucklandRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Marlborough Express

    The couple lived there for a combined 54 years but it was akin to living in a "gilded cage", Matthew Muir said. "It's a beautiful environment like the south of France.

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  7. Waikato Hospital cardiologist Clyde Wade trades in his stethoscope for gumbootsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Waikato Times

    Hamilton was never on Dr Clyde Wade's list of places to visit but the cardiologist has just hung up his stethoscope after three decades working at Waikato Hospital. Friday was the 68-year-old's final shift at the hospital.

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  8. Weather warming, cold snaps still possibleRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    Warmer weather and longer days are on the way -- but we're not out of the winter woods just yet. Hints of spring will arrive this week with warmer temperatures spreading across the country, according to WeatherWatch head analyst Philip Duncan.

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  9. Tall Ferns end losing streak at William Jones CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Stuff.co.nz

    Forward Lisa Wallbutton had 12 points and 13 rebounds in the Tall Ferns' 79-54 win over an American Select team at the William Jones Cup. The Tall Ferns ended their William Jones Cup campaign in Taiwan with a 79-54 win over an American Select team on Friday .

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  10. Geography sways buying habitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    There has been a great deal of attention paid lately to who or what is driving up property prices, especially in Auckland. While few people know whether purchasers are new to New Zealand or not, our buyer classification analysis does tell us something about every buyer.

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  11. Loving life by the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    In 1956, a visiting seaman from Yorkshire went into the chief post office in Auckland city and asked the man behind the counter for assistance with tracking down a friend in Tauranga. "Go away and have some lunch," he was told.

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  12. Bucolic bliss down a country roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    Do you like blue, Mary?" was the first question the real estate agent asked Mary Milham when he took her and her husband, Rod, to look at a property in Plummer Rd in the Bay of Plenty 15 years ago. She said she loved blue, and her veracity was put to the test when she saw the deep blue kitchen of the newly built house she and Rod fell in love with.

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  13. Man killed in crash near gorge namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The New Zealand Herald

    The man who died in crash near the Karangahake Gorge has been named as 28-year-old Steven John Perry. The Pukekohe man, a father of two young boys, was travelling between Paeroa and Waihi about 10.40am yesterday when his Holden Commodore vehicle collided with a Peugeot outside of the gorge.

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  14. Inland port at Rolleston means more freight for TimaruRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Timaru Herald

    Timaru District mayor Damon Odey, left, and PrimePort chief executive Phil Melhopt attend the opening of Port of Tauranga's MetroPort at Rolleston on Friday. A new inland port in Rolleston means more rail-freighted containers coming to Timaru's port, its chief executive says.

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  15. 2015 Smokefreerockquest Finalists AnnouncedRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Scoop

    The top nine Smokefreerockquest national finalists were announced today, the crme of the 700 bands and solo/duos who entered the nationwide youth music contest this year. 2015 Smokefreerockquest Finalists Announced The top nine Smokefreerockquest national finalists were announced today, the crA me of the 700 bands and solo/duos who entered the nationwide youth music contest this year.

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  16. Political roundup: Celebrating or condemning the 'selfish' super rich?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | The New Zealand Herald

    Should we celebrate the super rich in New Zealand or see their growing wealth as a cause of inequality and division? The publication of the NBR's latest annual Rich List has fuelled debate about the gap between the rich and poor. Every year the National Business Review seeks to help New Zealand understand and appreciate this country's super wealthy.

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  17. Marcia Petley ready for World Masters Athletics Championships in Lyon, FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Stuff.co.nz

    Marcia Petley is your typical amateur athlete, balancing work and training as well as the injuries that come with it. A mainstay on the Waikato athletics scene, Petley is in France preparing for yet another World Masters Athletics Championship in Lyon.

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  18. Plan ahead to avoid delays on Bay roadsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Scoop

    The NZ Transport Agency is advising Bay of Plenty motorists to start their journey online and plan ahead to avoid delays as work continues on a major safety programme and other road work projects. Speed restrictions and traffic management will be in place along both State Highway 2 and State Highway 29 this month and people may experience minor delays.

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  19. Fonterra fined for Edgecumbe overflowsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Scoop

    Fonterra Limited has been fined a total of $174,150 in Tauranga District Court for six separate offences under the Resource Management Act. Fonterra pled guilty to all six charges and was sentenced by Judge Smith at a hearing on 27 July.

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  20. Fellow workers perform CPR on work mateRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Scoop

    Today the Tauranga based Trustpower TECT Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Waihi Beach where a 59 year old Te Puke had been working on a building site when he suffered a serious cardiac event. The man work mates carried out CPR on the man until emergency services arrived, St John ambulance and NZ Fire service attended the scene.

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