|Tauranga woman, who got justice after six-year battle, to deliver a baby|
The Tauranga woman who made legal history yesterday after labouring for more than six years to see her attacker brought to justice, is this morning labouring on a more joyful task - she's about to deliver a baby.Tamsin Trainor,...
© 2017 NZ Herald 9:15am Tauranga woman gets justice after six-year battle
A Tauranga woman who has battled for justice for more than six years finally saw her attacker admit guilt in court today.Tamsin Trainor, who took a private prosecution against the man who attacked and tried to strangle her, was...
© 2017 NZ Herald 6:45pm Record cargo volumes boost Port of Tauranga's profits
The country's biggest export port operator, the Port of Tauranga, has boosted its first-half profit by 8.5 percent due to a rebound in cargo volumes.
© 2017 RadioNZ 4:05pm Farmers want harsher penalties for livestock rustlers
Federated Farmers is calling for harsher penalties to combat livestock thefts. The call comes after two local men were convicted and fined $750 each in the Tauranga District Court on Friday for unlawful hunting after stalking and...
© 2017 NZ Herald Thu 1:15pm Port of Tauranga reports increased first half profit
Port of Tauranga - New Zealand's largest freight gateway - today announced it is on track to become the first port in the country to transport more than 1 million containers in a single year. "Our results show the Port of Tauranga...
© 2017 NZ Herald Thu 10:15am 1930s Tauranga home declared uninhabitable
A 1930s Brookfield bungalow with views to Mauao has been deemed ''uninhabitable'' by the Tauranga City Council and will not be rented out.The empty house, which sits on a large site behind the council's Brookfield pensioner village,...
© 2017 NZ Herald Thu 8:45am Remembering Christchurch six years on
One Tauranga man went from supervisor at a construction company in Christchurch to working the graveyard shift at a servo in Tauranga after the 2011 earthquakes rattled Christchurch and killed 185 people.Today, six years ago, Mr...
© 2017 NZ Herald Wed 10:45am Tauranga ecstasy importer jailed for 16 months
A Tauranga man caught importing ecstasy powder and tablets, who claimed he got the idea from watching a television programme, has been jailed for 16 months.Ashley Brian Hillis, 22, of Welcome Bay was sentenced in the Tauranga District...
© 2017 NZ Herald Tue 10:44am
Revived kayaker is grateful to be alive
"I'm only here in the first instance because of my fellow friend and kayaker," says Kiwi Ryan Lucas, who blacked out during a 25-metre waterfall plunge at the Tauranga-Taupo Falls on Monday.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:55pm Port of Tauranga still on the lookout for more hubs
Port of Tauranga says it is still on the hunt for more freight "hubs" to add to its growing network.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 6:05pm How a Tauranga woman fought back through the justice system
A Tauranga woman who was told by there was no way to prosecute a man who attacked her has won a landmark private prosecution.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 5:25pm UPDATE: Port of Tauranga's Cairns 'relieved' to have revenue growth as capex programme ends
Port of Tauranga chief executive Mark Cairns says he's relieved to see revenue growth as cargo volumes grow at New Zealand's biggest port, after the completion of a five-year, $350 million capital spending programme that included preparing for bigger ship
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Thu 1:05pm Port of Tauranga aims to handle a million cargo containers
Port of Tauranga says it is on track to break the New Zealand record for transporting more than one million containers in a single year.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz Thu 9:45am FIRST CUT: Port of Tauranga posts 8.5% 1H profit gain as cargo picks up
Port of Tauranga posted an 8.5 percent gain in first-half profit and raised its full-year guidance, saying both exports and import cargo volumes rose, including a rebound in the outbound log trade
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz Thu 9:25am Solar powered electric vehicle charging station opened in Tauranga
New Zealand's first on-road solar-powered electric vehicle charger opened to the public in Tauranga today.The $130,000 charger is located in the central city, has two allocated car parks and draws energy from 18 solar panels. When...
© 2017 NZ Herald Wed 2:25pm Merivale children hospitalised after damp, mouldy living conditions, says principal
A Tauranga school principal says substandard housing in the city is making children sick - with 11 of her pupils hospitalised within two months last winter.Labour candidate and Merivale School principal Jan Tinetti said the sick...
© 2017 NZ Herald Wed 9:15am