|NZ@Noon: 'Heartbreaking' damage and a welcome boost|
Devastating damage in Vanuatu and a welcome boost from Hawke's Bay are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. The "heartbreaking" effects of Cyclone Pam are still being felt in Vanuatu today - but a Tauranga...
© 2015 NZ Herald Wed 12:15am NZ@Noon: 'Poo' problem and a rude awakening
Problem poopers in Tauranga and slashed tyres in Hawke's Bay are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. A smelly situation - a Tauranga retailer is apparently sick of homeless people "pooing" at the
© 2015 NZ Herald Mon 12:25am Season's first kiwifruit shipment at sea
The first of more than 50 refrigerated ships that will carry New Zealand kiwifruit to export markets this season has left Tauranga.
© 2015 RadioNZ Mon 7:05am Zespri bounces back after Psa
The first shipment of New Zealand kiwifruit set off from the Port of Tauranga yesterday, marking the start of a season that looks set to see volumes bounce back to pre-Psa levels, says Zespri chief executive Lain Jager.The harvest...
© 2015 NZ Herald Mon 5:55am Herald Sport Vault: Youngster sends them down as quick as lightning Boults
This article appeared in the New Zealand Herald on March 1, 2007. He's just 17 but Tauranga schoolboy Trent Boult can bowl as fast as a Black Cap.The Otumoetai College student yesterday bowled 129km/h in wet conditions to be named...
© 2015 NZ Herald Fri 2:15pm Kidicorp, a leading ECE provider to go non-profit
The country's leading early childhood education provider, Kidicorp Limited will today announce its new status as a not-for-profit charity and will change their name to Best Start.Tauranga locals Chloe and Wayne Wright founded the...
© 2015 NZ Herald Fri 9:45am NZ@Noon: A 'stupid' act and a brave baby
A brave baby fights for his life in Tauranga and an act of "stupidity" in Wanganui are just two of the stories making headlines around the regions today. A Tauranga baby is fighting hard for his last chance at life after swallowing...
© 2015 NZ Herald Thu, 26 Mar 12:15am Libraries still thriving in digital age
Fears the e-book revolution would mean the end of libraries were far from being realised, says Tauranga City Council's libraries' manager.Jill Best said foot traffic and online use was up this year - despite a library section being...
© 2015 NZ Herald Tue, 24 Mar 7:25pm