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  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-03

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Safety concerns. Local News. Megan Wilson. Bethlehem residents have raised safety concerns about “dangerous” wire rope barriers and insufficient space to pull over on a section of State Highway 2.

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    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Concerns for kids in care. Nation. The Children’s Commissioner yesterday released a report raising safety concerns for children being cared for at Lower Hutt’s Epuni Care facility.

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    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Media Council rules in favour of newspaper. Local News. Media Council members considering this complaint were Hon Raynor Asher, Rosemary Barraclough, Liz Brown, Jo Cribb, Ben France-hudson, Jonathan Mackenzie, Hank Schouten, Marie Shroff and Tim Watkin. Craig Cooper took no part in the consideration of this co

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-03 The

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: The good, the bad and the sluggish. Business. For the first time in years, New Zealand’s sharemarket has been left in the dust by its international peers on Wall Street, in Europe, Australia and even the United Kingdom.

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    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Bay’s top in honey recognised. Money. New Zealand’s best honey producers have been named at the Apiculture New Zealand National Honey Competition at the industry’s annual conference.

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    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: ‘Bank robbery’ Local News. Lane Nichols. TSB Bank won’t rule out calling in police due to concerns about transactions on an elderly woman’s account who has been blocked from accessing her $150,000 life savings.

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    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: WONDROUS RUAPEHU. Essence Travel. THE WONDROUS RUAPEHU REGION never ceases to amaze me with its capacity to stimulate all senses, from its lavish buffet of leisure pursuits.

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    Bay of Plenty Times. -. 2021-06-03. Beaten, robbed, bullied. Bay school freezers full of donated food. Tauranga’s only shelter for women needs an Extra $64K to open on busy weekend nights. Shock after $1m Lotto win. Hine Nga¯ kau The whare: Call was ‘too little, too late’.

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  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-16

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-16 Data: ATMOSPHERE. World. Dean EVANS. Multi-purpose Vehicles, MPVS or people movers. The only easier way to glaze over a car-fan’s eyes is to talk about the benefits of electric cars at a V8 Supercar gathering.

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-03

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Matahui school faces closure. Local News. The Matahui School community is today coming to terms with an announcement that the school may have to close at the end of next term. The Board of Trustees of the independent western Bay of Plenty primary school told staff, parents and students with great sadness...

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-03 ‘Bank

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: ‘Bank robbery’ Local News. Lane Nichols. TSB Bank won’t rule out calling in police due to concerns about transactions on an elderly woman’s account who has been blocked from accessing her $150,000 life savings.

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-03 Seal

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-03 Data: Seal seen upstream. Local News. A seal was spotted upstream in the Uretara River in Katikati on Monday at the upper water hole past the swing bridge. Department of Conservation biodiversity ranger Karl Mccarthy said it was common for the Bay of Plenty to get an increase in seal numbers as juveniles...

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    Bay of Plenty Times. -. 2021-07-03. What is WIP? ‘War for talent’. Aussie headhunter­s targeting workers amid skills shortage. Plenty of reasons for Bay to be cheerful. Using music to find a little peace. Margaret notches up sixth post-100 years birthday.

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-07 Fears

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-07 Data: Fears for heart service. Nation. Nicholas Jones. Hundreds of people were caught in backlogs for heart services at Waikato Hospital, prompting the Government’s own cardiology adviser to be concerned about patient safety.

  • PressReader Bay of Plenty Times: 2021-07-16

    Bay of Plenty Times 2021-07-16 Data: ATMOSPHERE. World. Dean EVANS. Multi-purpose Vehicles, MPVS or people movers. The only easier way to glaze over a car-fan’s eyes is to talk about the benefits of electric cars at a V8 Supercar gathering.

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    Bay of Plenty Times. -. 2021-06-03. Beaten, robbed, bullied. Bay school freezers full of donated food. Tauranga’s only shelter for women needs an Extra $64K to open on busy weekend nights. Shock after $1m Lotto win. Hine Nga¯ kau The whare: Call was ‘too little, too late’.

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  • Shark expert's safety warning after fisherman captures

    Bay of Plenty Times Shark expert's safety warning after fisherman captures great white breaching water.... 2021 12:03 AM 4 minutes to read.... 2021 07:00 AM 6 minutes to read.

  • PressReader The Dominion Post: 2021-07-03 Cold

    The Dominion Post 2021-07-03 Data: Cold storage is now hot property. Business. Michelle Vollemaere. Cold storage-related property has been identified as one of the leading growth sectors in the New Zealand industrial property market, largely due to the success of our primary industries and the rise in online grocery and food delivery volumes.

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